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

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Samuel Schneider, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, "MACROMOLECULAR CROWDING EFFECTS ON THE ENZYME KINETICS OF ALCOHOL DEHYDROGENASE"

Eugene Serebryany, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "AGGREGATION OF TRP>GLU MUTANTS OF THE HUMAN GAMMA-D CRYSTALLIN: A MODEL FOR HEREDITARY OR UV-INDUCED CATARACT"

Nitesh Shashikanth, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, "ALLOSTERIC MODULATION OF CADHERIN AFFINITY"

Jia Shu, Harvard University, "ISOTROPIC 3D SUPER RESOLUTION IMAGING WITH SELF-BENDING POINT SPREAD FUNCTION"

Naama Sleiman, Wayne State University, "PROTEIN COMPONENTS OF THE RYANODINE RECEPTOR COMPLEX TRAFFIC DIRECTLY FROM ROUGH ER TO CONCENTRATE IN JUNCTIONAL SR"

Snezana Stefanovic, Duquesne University, "PSD-95 MRNA TRANSLATION REGULATION BY THE FRAGILE X MENTAL RETARDATION PROTEIN"

Samuel Sternberg, University of California, Berkeley, "SINGLE-MOLECULE OBSERVATION OF VIRAL DNA TARGETING BY CRISPR/CAS IMMUNE SYSTEMS"

Kaori Sugihara, Max Planck Institute, Gttingen, Germany, "SYNTHETIC LIPID NANOTUBES AS CELL-CELL JUNCTIONS FOR INTER-CELLULAR CA+ PROPAGATION AND FOR CELL CONTRACTION MONITORING"

Michal Szymanski, University of Texas, Medical Branch, "UNRAVELING THE MECHANISM OF THE PRIMOSOME ASSEMBLY PROCESS"

Rajeev Tajhya, Baylor College of Medicine, "ROLE OF POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN MYOGENESIS DURING MYOTONIC DYSTROPHY TYPE 1"

Alexandra Tomescu, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, "CHARACTERIZING INFLUENZA A RNA POLYMERASE - PROMOTER INTERACTION USING ENSEMBLE FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY"

Jaakko Uusitalo, University of Groningen, Netherlands, "COVERING ALL THE BASES: A MARTINI COARSE-GRAINED FORCE FIELD FOR DNA"

Dennisse Vallejo, University of San Francisco in Quito, School of Medicine, Ecuador, "ZIPPER LIKE STRUCTURES POSSIBLE INTERMEDIATES TO ASSEMBLE DUPLEX MEDIATED G-QUADRUPLEX DNA"

Anna Wirth, Un
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