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Biophysical Society announces winners of 2008 Student Travel Awards
Date:12/21/2007

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  • James A. Svetlovics, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Domain Formation of POPC/DPPC Binary System Investigated by Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer and Monte Carlo Simulations.

  • Nathaniel Traaseth, University of Minnesota, Binding Interface of Phospholamban and Ca2+-ATPase(SERCA) in Lipid Bilayers by Solid-State NMR.

  • Srinivasan P. Venkatachalan, University of Wisconsin-Madison, An intrasubunit Salt-Bridge Linking Loop A and Loop 2 is Critical for GABAA Receptor Activation.

  • Paula A. Vivas, University of Illinois at Chicago, New Insights into the Transition Pathway from Nonspecific to Specific Complex of DNA with Escherichia coli Integration Host Factor.

  • Irmgard Waldner-Scott, Institute of Biophysics and Nanosystems Research, Graz, Austria, Low Resolution Model of Solubilized Apolipoprotein B-100.

  • Qi Wang, Cornell University, Structure and Plasticity of Endophilin and Sorting Nexin 9.

  • Yi Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dissecting Lipid- and Protein-Mediated Exchange of Gas Molecules across Biological Membranes.

  • Ling Wu, University of Illinois at Chicago, Conformational Study of Different Beta-turns Coupled to a Cyclic Disulfide Bond to Model the Turn Roles in -hairpin Stability.

  • Qianru Yu, The Pennsylvania State University, Fluorescence-based Biochemistry on Intrinsic Cofactors in Human Breast Normal and Cancerous Cells.


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