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BP: Fachverband Biologische Physik

BP 9: Postersession I

Montag, 12. März 2018, 17:30–19:30, Poster A

Topics: Protein Structure and Dynamics (9.1–9.10), Single Molecule Biophysics (9.11–9.20), Biomaterials and Biopolymers (9.21–9.36), Systems Biology & Gene Expression and Signalling (9.37–9.42).

17:30 BP 9.1 Internal Dynamics of Unfolded Apo-myoglobin — •Livia Balacescu, Tobias Erich Schrader, Andreas Stadler, and Jörg Fitter
17:30 BP 9.2 Performance of genetically encoded FRET-based biosensors investigated on single molecule level — •Henning Höfig, Martina Pohl, Julia Otten, Arnold Boersma, and Jörg Fitter
17:30 BP 9.3 Dielectric spectroscopy of bovine serum albumin at GHz frequenciesEva-Maria Laux, Jessica Gibbons, Elena Ermilova, Frank F. Bier, and •Ralph Hölzel
17:30 BP 9.4 Analysis of dynamics of membrane-protein microdomains in bacteriaDaniella Lucena, •Marco Mauri, Felix Schmidt, Bruno Eckhart, and Peter L. Graumann
17:30 BP 9.5 Unraveling the effects of an oscillating electric field on Amyloid-beta (1-40) conformational dynamics using G-PCCA, a generalized Markov state modeling method — •Bernhard Reuter, Marcus Weber, and Martin E. Garcia
17:30 BP 9.6 Studies of bio-molecular dynamics in aqueous solutions using 147Nd nuclear probe — •Sardool Singh Ghumman
17:30 BP 9.7 A computational approach to study signal transduction in coiled-coil structures — •Judit Clopés Llahí, Jaeoh Shin, Marcus Jahnel, Stephan Wolfgang Grill, and Vasily Zaburdaev
17:30 BP 9.8 Simulating the ADP release of the PKAC cycle with different Magnesium quantities approximated by static charge and dummy-atom models — •Robert C. König, Alexander Lipskij, Bernhard Reuter, and Martin E. Garcia
17:30 BP 9.9 Scaling rules for vibrational energy transport in proteins — •Luis Valino, Adnan Gulzar, Sebastian Buchenberg, and Gerhard Stock
17:30 BP 9.10 Nonequilibrium computational study of vibrational energy transport in proteins — •Adnan Gulzar, Luis Valino Borau, Sebastian Buchenberg, and Gerhard Stock
17:30 BP 9.11 Ectoine protects biomolecules from ionizing radiation: Molecular mechanisms — •Marc Benjamin Hahn, Tihomir Solomun, Maria-Astrid Schröter, Hans-Jörg Kunte, Susann Meyer, and Heinz Sturm
17:30 BP 9.12 Preferential binding of urea to single-stranded DNA structures: a molecular dynamics simulation study — •Ewa Anna Oprzeska-Zingrebe and Jens Smiatek
17:30 BP 9.13 Dielectrophoretic Immobilization of Nanoobjects as Singles — •Xenia Knigge, Christian Wenger, Frank F. Bier, and Ralph Hölzel
17:30 BP 9.14 Polymer brushes in motion – measuring flow with nanometre resolution — •Jan Christoph Thiele, Sebastian Isbaner, Narain Karedla, Ingo Gregor, and Jörg Enderlein
17:30 BP 9.15 Organelle-specific density measurements of the V-ATPase using atomic force microscopyElisabeth Eilers, •Julia Teckentrup, Katharina Schiller, Volker Walhorn, Thorsten Seidel, Karl-Josef Dietz, and Dario Anselmetti
17:30 BP 9.16 Quantifying the association of the chemotherapeutic drug mitoxantrone to DNA by magnetic tweezers — •Dennis Kreft, Ying Wang, Helene Schellenberg, Katja Tönsing, and Dario Anselmetti
17:30 BP 9.17 Investigation of sea cucumber proteoglycans by atomic force microscopy — •Niklas Biere, Pierre Piel, Volker Walhorn, Xavier Fernàndez-Busquets, Paulo A. S. Mourão, Eduardo Vilanova, and Dario Anselmetti
17:30 BP 9.18 Label-free detection and trapping of individual nanosystems — •Larissa Kohler
17:30 BP 9.19 DNA origami mold-based wires: Synthesis long metallic wires and its temperature dependent charge transport mechanism — •Türkan Bayrak, Seham Helmi, Jingjing Ye, Jeffrey Kelling, Tommy Schönherr, Artur Erbe, and Ralf Seidel
17:30 BP 9.20 Towards video rate imaging of IFT at nanoscale resolution using the Atomic Force Microscope — •Renata Garces and Christoph F. Schmidt
17:30 BP 9.21 Smart Gelatin Hydrogels: Modification by Electron Irradiation towards Stimuli-Responsive Elements — •Stefanie Riedel, Benedikt Heyart, Katharina Apel, Emilia Wisotzki, and Stefan Mayr
17:30 BP 9.22 Uptake and release of proteins in microgels studied on single particle level — •Farzaneh Vaghefikia, Julia Kratz, Julia Walter, Wenjing Xu, Andrij Pich, and Jörg Fitter
17:30 BP 9.23 A novel water soluble iron phthalocyanine as a redox mediator integrated to multifunctional hydrogel based graphene nanoplatelet for glucose monitoring — •hadi al-sagur, komathi shanmugasundaram, and aseel hassan
17:30 BP 9.24 Exposure of mesenchymal stromal cells to graphene quantum dots — •Sibel Tezkan, Stefan Fasbender, Tim Ebbecke, Katharina Raba, Johannes Fischer, and Thomas Heinzel
17:30 BP 9.25 Effects of changing the Zeta potential of Graphene Quantum Dots for Biological Applications — •Stefanie Berger, Stefan Fasbender, Sebastian Bauer, Stephan Schmidt, Laura Hartmann, and Thomas Heinzel
17:30 BP 9.26 Cellular uptake of graphene quantum dots into murine precision-cut liver slices and MMTV-PyMT mammary carcinoma cells — •David Kersting, Stefan Fasbender, Angelika Hallenberger, Johanna Naskou, Katharina Raba, Johannes Fischer, Hans Neubauer, and Thomas Heinzel
17:30 BP 9.27 Comparing the properties of graphene quantum dots prepared in a microwave and graphene quantum dots prepared on a hot plate — •Alexandra Steina, Stefan Fasbender, and Thomas Heinzel
17:30 BP 9.28 Studying the fluorescence properties of graphene quantum dots — •Maren Sakowski, Stefan Fasbender, Ralf Kühnemuth, Bekir Bulat, Claus Seidel, and Thomas Heinzel
17:30 BP 9.29 Uptake of fluorescent graphene quantum dots into human breast cancer cell lines — •Rabea Pilch, Stefan Fasbender, André Franken, Marina Willibald, Katharina Raba, Johannes Fischer, Hans Neubauer, and Thomas Heinzel
17:30 BP 9.30 Secondary structure analysis of xanthan using atomic force microscopy — •Jenny Fjodorova, Volker Walhorn, Julia Voß, Vera Ortseifen, Karsten Niehaus, and Dario Anselmetti
17:30 BP 9.31 Gas bubbles in thermal gradients accumulate DNA and trigger wet-dry cycles — •Matthias Morasch, Jonathan Liu, Christof Mast, and Dieter Braun
17:30 BP 9.32 Nanoscale properties of polymer micro-moulds studied by a combination of AFM and SICM — •Annelie Marx, Regina Lange, Ingo Barke, and Sylvia Speller
17:30 BP 9.33 Investigating Compression of Single DNA Molecules in a Thermophoretic Trap — •Tobias Thalheim, Marco Braun, and Frank Cichos
17:30 BP 9.34 Dilute molecular crowders enhance activity of ligase ribozyme — •Mrityunjoy Kar, Juan Manuel Iglesias Artola, Oliver Beutel, Alf Honigmann, and Moritz Kreysing
17:30 BP 9.35 Self-Assembled Protein Hybrid Nanofibres — •Christian Helbing, Tanja Deckert-Gaudig, Gang Wei, Volker Deckert, and Klaus D. Jandt
17:30 BP 9.36 Peptide heterogeneity enhances genetic identity and fluidity of RNA rich complex coacervates — •Juan M. Iglesias-Artola, Mrityunjoy Kar, Anatol W. Fritsch, Bjorn Drobot, Hannes Mutschler, Dora Tang, and Moritz Kreysing
17:30 BP 9.37 Modelling the cell-cycle dependent regulation of p21 after DNA damage — •Isabella-Hilda Mendler and Barbara Drossel
17:30 BP 9.38 Clocks and timers in genetic networks. — •Jose Negrete JR, Ivan M. Lengyel, Laurel A Rohde, Andrew C. Oates, and Frank Jülicher
17:30 BP 9.39 Modelling the Single Photon Response in Rods — •Charlotte J. Beelen, Karl-Wilhelm Koch, and Daniele Dell’Orco
17:30 BP 9.40 Time distribution of mRNA delivery mediated by lipoplexes determined from single cell expression onsets — •Anita Reiser, Neha Mehrotra, Rafal Krzyszton, Daniel Woschée, Helmut H. Strey, and Joachim O. Rädler
17:30 BP 9.41 Single-cell kinetics of siRNA-mediated mRNA degradation — •Rafał Krzysztoń, Daniel Woschée, Anita Reiser, Gerlinde Schwake, Helmut Strey, and Joachim O. Rädler
17:30 BP 9.42 Network coherences - a universal approach to quantify the match between “omics” data and a biological network — •Piotr Nyczka, Marc-Thorsten Hütt, Kristina Schlicht, Carolin Knecht, and Michael Krawczak
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