588 Protein Structure, Function, and Stability II

Wednesday, November 19, 2014: 3:15 PM
205 (Hilton Atlanta)
We invite submissions pertaining to protein structure, function, and stability. Studies that utilize experimental or computational approaches are welcome, which may include structural or functional analysis, engineering of new proteins by structure-based design, effects of post-translational modifications, and analysis of protein conformational stability among other topics. Submissions that focus on the mechanisms of protein folding, misfolding, and post-translational modifications are particularly welcome.


Ian Wheeldon
Email: iwheeldon@engr.ucr.edu

Kang Wu
Email: kang.wu@unh.edu

Bradley C. Bundy
Email: bundy@byu.edu

Jeffrey Rice
Email: jrice@tntech.edu

3:51 PM
(588c) Effects of Rationally Designed Peptoids on Amyloid-β 1-40
J. Phillip Turner, Lauren Wolf, Tammy Lutz-Rechtin, Melissa A. Moss and Shannon L. Servoss

4:27 PM

4:33 PM
(588e) Engineering and Characterization of Artificial Metabolons from the TCA Cycle
Beyza Bulutoglu, Kristen E. Garcia, Fei Wu, Shelley D. Minteer and Scott Banta

4:51 PM

5:09 PM
(588g) The Utilization of Conformational Entropy in the Design of Multi-Input Switches
Jay H. Choi, Abigail H. Laurent, Vince J. Hilser and Marc Ostermeier
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