Pia Guinto, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, in Silico and in vitro Characterization of Cardiac Troponin T Mutations Known to Cause Familial Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy.
Nicholas R. Guydosh, Stanford University, Direct Observation of Individual Head Motions in Kinesin Dimers.
Sejin Han, University of Maryland, College Park, Abnormal Formation and Remodeling of Fibers Containing Type I Collagen Homotrimers.
Pengying Hao, Wellesley College, Metal Ion Selectivity and Affinity of the LIN-12/Notch-Repeat.
Sarah K. Higgins, University of North Carolina Wilmington, A Synthetic Variant of Cecropin A is Significantly More Active Toward Pure POPC Membranes.
Jill B. Jensen, University of Washington, FRET Reveals Kinetic Steps of Receptor-mediated Modulation of Kv7 K+ Current and PIP2.
Sarah G. Kamper, Calvin College, The Effect of Tether Length in Single Molecule Force Spectroscopy.
Ann C. Kimble-Hill, Indiana University-Purdue University, Biophysical Mechanisms of Protein Recruitment to Raft Domains Studied Using Planar Model Membranes: Recruitment by Native Binding Ligands versus GPI-anchored Proteins.
Joel M. Kralj, Boston University, The Protonation State of Glu142 Differs in the Green and Blue Absorbing Variants of Proteorhodopsin.
Kareen L. Kreutziger, University of Washington, Coupled Interactions of Troponin C Ca2+-Binding Kinetics and Strong Crossbridge Formation in Cardiac Muscle Contraction.
Khamir Mehta, University of Michigan, Quantitative Inference of Protein Binding Affinities from FRET Imaging Data.
Brannon McCullough, Yale University, The Actin Severing Protein, Cofilin, Modulates the Mechanical Properties of Actin Filaments.
Moritz Mickler, TU Munich, Garching, Germany,
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