PHYSWednesday, 13 September 2006

8:20 AM-12:00 PM Grand Hyatt San Francisco -- Merced, Oral
Physical Chemical Foundations of Biological Membrane Phenomena
Lipid/Protein Interactions Modulating Membrane Heterogeneity and Function
Organizers:Tobias Baumgart
Erin D. Sheets
Presiding:Anne K. Kenworthy
8:20 AMMechanism of interaction of the peptide δ-lysin with model membranes
Paulo F. Almeida, Antje Pokorny
9:00 AMRoles for omega-3 fatty acids in the function of membrane proteins
Scott E. Feller, Alan Grossfield, Michael C. Pitman
9:20 AMStructure and dynamics of polyunsaturated hydrocarbon chains in lipid bilayers and their interaction with G-protein coupled membrane receptors
Klaus Gawrisch, Olivier Soubias, Nadukkudy V. Eldho, Walter E. Teague, Scott E. Feller
9:40 AMFluctuations in biomembranes: Domain formation and pulse propagation
Thomas Heimburg
10:20 AMIntermission
10:40 AMWhat is the basis and consequence of lipid specificity in protein binding?
Anne Hinderliter
11:20 AMDomains in model and biological membranes: How do we draw the connections?
John R. Silvius

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The 232nd ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, September 10-14, 2006