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Biophysical Society announces winners of 2013 Education Committee travel awards
Date:1/8/2013

e, State University of New York at Binghamton, "HIGH-THROUGHPUT SCREENING ASSAY FOR MODULATORS OF TUBULIN TYROSINE LIGASE"

Hansini Mundigala, Wayne State University, "A NOVEL BENT INTERMEDIATE IN THE DIMERIZATION OF HIV-1 DIS RNA"

Abhinav Nath, Yale University, "SCREENING AND DESIGN OF NEW MODULATORS OF IAPP MEMBRANE-BINDING AND TOXICITY"

Thuy Ngo, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, "ASYMMETRIC UNWRAPPING OF NUCLEOSOME REVEALED BY SINGLE MOLECULE FLUORESCENCE-FORCE SPECTROSCOPY"

Stephen Norris, University of Michigan, "A BIOSYNTHETIC APPROACH TO STUDYING MULTIPLE MOTOR COMPLEXES"

John Ogren, Boston University, "NEAR-IR RESONANCE RAMAN AND UV-VISIBLE ABSORPTION KINETIC SPECTROSCOPY OF OPTOGENETIC ARCHAERHODOPSIN NEURONAL SILENCERS: EFFECTS OF MEMBRANE POTENTIAL"

Mara Queralt-Martn, James I University, Castelln de la Plana, Spain, "CURRENT FLUCTUATION ANALYSIS TO STUDY Mg2+-BINDING IN THE BACTERIAL PORIN OmpF"

Nandini Rambahal, University of Texas Health Science Center, "CONFORMATIONAL DYNAMICS OF RAS ISOFORMS: SPECIFICITY AT THE CATALYTIC DOMAIN"

Darya Redka, University of Toronto, Canada , " FUNCTIONAL COMPARISON OF MONOMERS AND TETRAMERS OF THE M2 MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR"

Erin Richards, Pennsylvania State University, "A NOVEL AND VERSATILE APPROACH FOR PREPARATION OF SINGLE-VESICLE ARRAYS"

Jacqueline Robinson-Hamm, University of Washington, "INCREASED FATIGUE RESISTANCE OF SKELETAL MUSCLE WITH ELEVATED 2-DEOXY-ATP FOLLOWING RIBONUCLEOTIDE REDUCTASE OVEREXPRESSION"

Raghavendar Reddy Sanganna Gari, University of Missouri, "SINGLE MOLECULE STUDIES OF THE GENERAL SECRETORY SYSTEM"

Christine Scheve, University of Texas at Austin, "STERIC PRESSURE BETWEEN PROTEINS OPPOSES MEMBRANE PHASE SEPARATION"

William Schlecht, Washington State University, "STRUCTURAL AND KINETIC STUDIES USING FRET: IMPACT OF PSEUDO-PKC PHOSPHORYLATION OF CARDIAC TROPONIN T ON CAL
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