287 Development and Aging

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Continental 9 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session will cover the applications of (bio)chemical engineering principles to understanding the biological processes associated with development (including but not limited to cell signaling, biomechanics, patterning and organogenesis) and aging. Also relevant is the application of synthetic biology approaches toward the understanding of multicellular systems.

Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science

David Umulis
Email: dumulis@purdue.edu

Jeremiah J. Zartman
Email: jzartman@nd.edu

8:30 AM
(287a) A Facilitated Diffusion Mechanism Establishes the Drosophila Dorsal Gradient
Sophia Carrell, Michael D. O'Connell, Amy Allen, Stephanie M. Smith and Gregory T. Reeves

9:06 AM
(287c) Quantification and Modeling of BMP Signaling during Zebrafish Embryo Development
David M. Umulis, Joseph Zinski, Yan Huang and Mary Mullins

9:24 AM

9:42 AM
(287e) Spatiotemporal Analysis Reveals Divergent Effects of Activating Mutations on Developmental Signaling
Yogesh Goyal, Granton A. Jindal, Jose L. Pelliccia, Alan Futran, Kei Yamaya, Eyan Yeung, Rebecca D. Burdine, Trudi Sch├╝pbach and Stanislav Y. Shvartsman

10:00 AM
(287f) Incorporation of Non-Canonical Amino Acids into the Developing Murine Proteome
Sarah Calve, Andrew Witten, Alexander Oaken, Sawyer Kieffer and Tamara L. Kinzer-Ursem
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