291 Thermophysical Properties of Biological Systems

Tuesday, November 18, 2014: 8:30 AM
Crystal Ballroom A/F (Hilton Atlanta)
Description:
The focus of this session is the study of complex processes in biological systems. Contributions from theoreticians, simulators, and experimentalists are welcome. Suggested topics include protein-protein interactions, concentration and crowding effects on biomolecular folding and stability, misfolding and aggregation events, interactions of proteins with interfaces, and self-assembly of biological molecules.

Sponsor:
Thermodynamics and Transport Properties

Chair:
Christina M. Payne
Email: christy.payne@uky.edu

Co-chairs:
Thomas A. Knotts IV
Email: thomas.knotts@byu.edu

Mark J. Uline
Email: uline@cec.sc.edu

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