518 Protein Engineering V - Applications

Wednesday, October 31, 2012: 12:30 PM
Westmoreland West (Westin )
Protein engineering has wide application areas ranging from basic science to industrial production and disease therapy. For this session, we invite high-quality presentations that reflect the latest advances in protein engineering and applications. Potential topics include, but are not limited to: protein-based biosensors and actuators, protein ligand/receptor engineering, protein-based biomaterials, development of novel protein fusion partners, and novel antibody engineering.


Bradley C. Bundy
Email: bundy@byu.edu

12:30 PM

12:48 PM

1:42 PM
(518e) The Exploitation of S. Cerevisiae - Improved Understanding and Optimal Yields of Single-Chain Antibody Fragment (scFv) 4-4-20
Carissa L. Young, Ronald W. Maurer III, Jeffrey Caplan, Kirk J. Czymmek and Anne S. Robinson

2:00 PM
(518f) Directed Evolution of Influenza Hemagglutinin (HA) Reveals Novel pH-Sensing Mutants
J. Vincent Price, Jeong H. Lee, Morgan R. Baltz and Eric T. Boder

2:36 PM
(518h) Protein Purification Using Lytag and Q Sepharose
Gina Pietro, Michael J. Coolbaugh, Miriam Tang and David Wood