69 Biomolecular Engineering

Monday, November 14, 2016: 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Continental 8 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session invites contributions on novel methods for engineering biomolecules and the applications of these in therapeutics, diagnostics, sensors, and other engineering applications. Novel in vitro and in vivo molecular engineering approaches are also encouraged. Fundamental experimental and computational studies on the structure and structure-function properties of engineered biomolecules are also welcome.

Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science

Lydia Contreras
Email: lcontrer@che.utexas.edu

Bradley C. Bundy
Email: bundy@byu.edu

8:00 AM
(69a) A Single Amino Acid Change Confers a Radical Change in the Structure of a Virus-like Particle
Emily Hartman, Michael Asensio, Norma Morella, Jeff Glasgow, Christopher Jakobson, Banumathi Sankaran, Peter H. Zwart and Danielle Tullman-Ercek

8:18 AM
(69b) A Novel Model for the Osmotic Behaviour of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells
Elisa Casula, Sarah Fadda, Oleksiy V. Klymenko, Cleo Kontoravdi and Alberto Cincotti

8:36 AM
(69c) Water-Restructuring Mutations Can Reverse the Thermodynamic Signature of Protein-Ligand Association
Jerome M. Fox, Kyungtae Kang, Madhavi Sastry, Woody Sherman, Banumathi Sankaran, Peter H. Zwart and George M. Whitesides

9:12 AM
(69e) Engineering Artificial Metabolons for Substrate Channeling
Kristen E. Garcia, Beyza Bulutoglu and Scott Banta

9:48 AM
(69g) Exploiting Structural Effects of Post-Transcriptional RNA Modifications to Engineer Orthogonality of Amber Suppressor Transfer RNAs for Genetic Code Expansion
Kevin C. Baldridge, Andre C. Maranhao, Emmalie Berkovsky, Anirudh Sivakumar, Andrew D. Ellington and Lydia M. Contreras

10:06 AM
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