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Biophysical Society Announces winners of 2012 International Relations Committee travel awards
Date:12/2/2011

ND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON THE DYNAMICS AND THE ORGANIZATION OF CELL SURFACE MOLECULES.
  • Maria Sanchez, INIMEC, Cordoba, Argentina, CHARACTERIZATION OF MEMBRANE LIPIDS AND PROTEIN LATERAL DIFFUSION IN PATTERNED SURFACES.
  • Ravi Santani, AIIMS, New Delhi, India, STRUCTURAL BASIS OF THE SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS OF PROTEINS SECRETED FROM MAMMARY GLAND DURING DIFFERENT PROGRESSIVE STAGES SUCH AS PROLIFERATIVE, EARLY-LACTATION, LATE-LACTATION AND INVOLUTION PHASES.
  • Saswata Sarkar, TIFR, Mumbai, India, STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF MOLTEN GLOBULAR INTERMEDIATES ENCOUNTERED DURING THE UNFOLDING OF BARSTAR.
  • Bidyut Sarkar, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India, MULTIPHOTON ULTRAVIOLET MICROSCOPY REVEALS DOPAMINE DYNAMICS IN LIVE BRAIN TISSUE.
  • Sivan Siloni, Tel Aviv University, Israel, N AND C TERMINAL INTERACTIONS UNDERLIE CHANNEL GATING OF M CHANNELS.
  • Nitu Singh, Advanced Center for Treatment, Research, and Education in Cancer, Navi-Mumbai, India, INSIGHTS INTO THE NOVEL ADAPTOR-INDEPENDENT APOPTOSIS MEDIATED BY HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS E2 PROTEIN.
  • Chen Song, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Gottingen, Germany, STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF THE HUMAN ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDE DERMCIDIN OLIGOMER: IT IS AN ION CHANNEL.
  • Orsolya Szilagyi, University of Debrecen, Hungary, THE POSSIBLE ROLE OF PSD-95 IN THE REARRANGEMENT OF KV1.3 CHANNELS TO THE IMMUNOLOGICAL SYNAPSE.
  • Sanjay Upadhyay, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India, MODELING BINDING INTERFACES IN GAL3P-GAL80P AND GAL1P-GAL80P COMPLEXES: IMPLICATION FOR GAL GENES REGULATION.
  • Ishkhan Vardanyan, Yerevan State University, Armenia, INTERACTION OF PORPHYRINS WITH tRNA: THE INFLUENCE OF IONIC STRENGTH.
  • Ravi Kumar Verma, IIT Kanpur, India, DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF AQUAGLYCEROPORIN IN PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM: COMPARATIVE MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS OF THREE AQUAPORINS.
  • Natalia Wilke, Center for Research in Biological Chemistry of Cordoba, Argentina, LINE TENSION I
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