704 Protein Engineering II: Rational and Computational Techniques

Thursday, November 12, 2015: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
151A/B (Salt Palace Convention Center)

This session will focus on techniques for computational and rational design approaches to protein engineering including, but not limited to, (1) advances in rational protein engineering techniques, (2) advances in computational protein engineering techniques, and (3) hybrid computational and experimental techniques for improved protein engineering approaches. Submissions combining computationally/rationally inspired designs with experimental screening are especially encouraged.

Thomas J. Mansell Email: thomas.mansell@colorado.edu
Joel L. Kaar Email: joel.kaar@colorado.edu

12:50 PM
(704b) Barrel-Stave Pore Formation for Four De Novo Designed Antimicrobial Peptides
Brian Murray, Alexa Aranjo, Dinesh Cherupalla, C. Seth Pearson and Georges Belfort

1:10 PM
(704c) Toward Design of Antibody Binding Loops That Mediate Conformation- and Sequence-Specific Recognition of Amyloid-Forming Polypeptides
Christine C. Lee, Mark C. Julian, Kathryn E. Tiller, Fanling Meng, Lilia A. Rabia and Peter M. Tessier

1:30 PM

1:50 PM
(704e) Genetically Encoded ATP Sensor Based on Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Arnab Mukherjee, George Sun, Xiaowei Zhang, David V. Schaffer and Mikhail Shapiro

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