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Date:12/21/2007

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  • Isabelle C. Dragomir, Drexel University, Characterization of Phenylalanine Based Short Peptides at Varying pHs, Temperatures, and Concentrations via Electronic Circular Dichroism and Absorption Spectroscopy.

  • Kyle P. Eagen, Cornell University, Effect of a Mutation on the Channel-opening Equilibrium of a Malfunctioning GABA(A) Receptor Linked to Epilepsy.

  • Thomas C. Edrington, University of Connecticut, The Effect of Bleaching on the Thermal Stability of Native and Cross-linked Rhodopsin.

  • Daniel W. Farrell, Arizona State University, Constraint-Based Prediction of Essential Degrees of Freedom in Proteins.

  • Thomas E. Frederick, University of Florida, Characterization of Acyl Chain Dynamics, Packing, and Vesicle Morphology of 18:1 BMP: An NMR and EPR Investigation.

  • Aurelia R. Honerkamp-Smith, University of Washington, Line Tensions, Correlation Lengths, and Critical Exponents in Lipid Membranes Near Critical Points.

  • Alexandra P. Few, University of Washington, An Asynchronous Calcium-dependent Current Conducted by Cav2.1 and Cav2.2 Channels: Implications for Asynchronous Neurotransmitter Release.

  • John C. Fisher, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, How PUMA Attacks its Prey: Understanding the Molecular Basis of PUMA-Induced Cell Death.

  • Eric W. Frey, Miami University, Ohio, Fluorescence-based Calcium-ion Sensing at High Hydrostatic Pressures.

  • Debanjan Goswami, National Center for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, India, Steady State Distribution and Dynamics of GPI-anchored Protein-nanoclusters in Cell Membranes Is Modulated by Cortical Actin Activity.

  • Travis J. Gould, University of Maine, Nanoscale Dynamics of Hemagglutinin Clusters in Live Cell Membranes Quantified by Fluorescence Photoactivation Localization Microscopy.


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