COMPMonday, August 17, 2009

8:20 AM-12:00 PM Walter E. Washington Convention Center -- 147B, Oral
Protein Dynamics and Function
Coarse Graining and Multiscale Methods
Organizer, Presidings:Huan-Xiang Zhou
Gerhard Hummer
8:20 AMUnveiling conformational changes of biological molecules using multiscale modeling and multiresolution experiments
Florence Tama
9:00 AMExamining protein dynamics and function using multiscale methods
Bernard R. Brooks
9:40 AMExtracting multiscale information from time series characterizing proteins under the influence of time dependent external forces
Christopher P. Calderon
10:00 AMIntermission
10:20 AMMixing structure-based and physics-based coarse-grained models: Application to membrane proteins
Xavier Periole, Siewert Jan Marrink
11:00 AMModeling of transmembrane proteins and peptides: All-atom and coarse grain molecular dynamics simulations of helical bundles in palmitoyloleoylphosphatidylcholine (POPC) lipid bilayer
Zhiwei Liu, Thuy Hien Nguyen, Jhenny Galan, Russell DeVane, Preston B Moore
11:20 AMSystematic coarse-graining of biomolecules
Luca Larini, Gregory A. Voth
11:40 AMConserved networks underlying protein structure, folding, and dynamics
Lesley H. Greene, Joshua Pothen, Jeffrey A. Tibbitt, Hai Li

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The 238th ACS National Meeting, Washington, DC, August 16-20, 2009