Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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BP: Fachverband Biologische Physik

BP 1: Protein structure and dynamics

Montag, 1. April 2019, 09:30–13:00, H4

09:30 BP 1.1 Hauptvortrag: Structural dynamics of active membrane transporters as seen by single-molecule techniques — •Thorben Cordes
10:00 BP 1.2 A Coarse-Grained Network Description of Protein Tertiary Structure — •Nora Martin and Sebastian Ahnert
10:15 BP 1.3 Imaging single proteins with Low Energy Electron Holography — •Hannah Ochner, Sven Szilagyi, Sabine Abb, Stephan Rauschenbach, and Klaus Kern
10:30 BP 1.4 Single Amyloid Fibrils Studied in a Thermophoretic Trap — •Martin Fränzl, Tobias Thalheim, Juliane Adler, Daniel Huster, and Frank Cichos
10:45 BP 1.5 Compression of Single DNA Molecules in a Thermophoretic Trap — •Tobias Thalheim and Frank Cichos
  11:00 30 minutes break.
11:30 BP 1.6 LOVely aureochromes: Time-resolved small-angle X-ray scattering reveals the global structure recovery time of the multidomain photoreceptor — •Saskia Bannister, Elena Herman, Thomas Hellweg, and Tilman Kottke
11:45 BP 1.7 Protein-ligand interaction and hierarchical complex dynamics of Hsp90 — •Steffen Wolf, Benedikt Sohmen, Björn Hellenkamp, Thorsten Hugel, and Gerhard Stock
12:00 BP 1.8 Dynamical Coring of Markov State Models — •Anna Weber, Daniel Nagel, Benjamin Lickert, and Gerhard Stock
12:15 BP 1.9 MD Simulation Studies of Protein Dynamics in Molecule-Shaped Confinement — •Timothy Wohlfromm and Michael Vogel
  12:30 BP 1.10 The contribution has been withdrawn.
12:45 BP 1.11 Quantum Mechanics of Proteins in Water: The role of Plasmon-like Solute-Solvent Interactions — •Martin Stöhr and Alexandre Tkatchenko
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