703 Intracellular Processes I

Thursday, November 1, 2012: 12:30 PM
Somerset East (Westin )
Description:
The focus of this session is the quantitative analysis of intracellular processes at the molecular level utilizing experimental and/or modeling techniques. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, signal transduction, intracellular trafficking, cytoskeletal dynamics, metabolic and transcriptional networks, and subcellular imaging.

Sponsor:
Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science

Chair:
Joshua N. Leonard
Email: j-leonard@northwestern.edu

Co-Chair:
Matthew J. Lazzara
Email: mlazzara@seas.upenn.edu


12:30 PM
(703a) Single-Cell Analysis of Quality Control in S. Cerevisiae: How ‘Low' Can You Go?
Carissa L. Young, Theresa Yuraszeck, David Raden, Jeffrey Caplan, Francis J. Doyle III, Kirk J. Czymmek and Anne S. Robinson

1:24 PM

1:42 PM
(703e) Adherens Junctions Formation Prevents Lentiviral Entry
Roshan Padmashali, Hui You and Stelios T. Andreadis

2:00 PM
(703f) Effect of Microtubule Motors On Microtubule Mechanics in Living Cells
Nandini Shekhar, Jun Wu, Anthony J.C. Ladd, Richard Dickinson and Tanmay Lele

2:36 PM
(703h) Mathematical Modeling of Intracellular Transport in the Squid Giant Axon
Jennifer Anne Pascal, Michael Loewenberg, Arnaud Chauviere, Pamela Seamster, Elaine Bearer and Vittorio Cristini