Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Topological Aspects of DNA Function and Protein Folding

3 - 7 September 2012

Organisers: Andy Bates (University of Liverpool), Dorothy Buck (Imperial College London), Sarah Harris (University of Leeds),

Andrzej Stasiak (University of Lausanne), De Witt Sumners (Florida State University, Tallahassee).

in association with the Newton Institute programme Topological Dynamics in the Physical and Biological Sciences
(16 July - 21 December 2012)

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Name Title Poster
SD Barthel (Imperial College London) Theory for a Method to Construct Chiral Molecules Poster
F Benedetti (Ecoles Polytechniques Fédérales de Lausanne) Non-kinetic modeling of the mechanical unfolding of multimodular proteins: theory and experiments Poster
S Carter (Karolinska Institute) Investigating the role of the Smc5/6 complex in chromosome
L De Tullio (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba) In vitro characterization of the endonuclease activity of Pseudomonas aeruginosa MutL protein
S Giovan (University of Texas at Dallas) Direct Free-energy Calculations of Topologically Constrained Polymers Poster
J Glowacki (Ecoles Polytechniques Fédérales de Lausanne) Modes of rigid base model dimers Poster
A Grandchamp (Ecoles Polytechniques Fédérales de Lausanne Elastic Birod Mechanics Applied to Configurations of DNA Molecules Poster
G King (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) Visualizing the Competing Structural Phases of Overstretched DNA Poster
CH Lim (University of Cambridge) Single-Molecule Fluorescence Studies of the Folding of the Kno5ed Protein YibK Poster
F Maggioni (Università degli studi di Bergamo) Modeling chromatin fibre folding for human embryonic stem cells Poster
J Mitchell ( Ecoles Polytechniques Fédérales de Lausanne) Monte Carlo sampling a coarse grained model of sequence dependent DNA flexibility Poster
A Narros Gonzalez (Universität Wien) Influence of topology on coarse-graining of polymer solutions Poster
A Noy (University of Leeds) Insights in Supercoiling-Dependent DNA Recognition Through Molecular Dynamics simulations
M Pasi (Ecoles Polytechniques Fédérales de Lausanne) PaLaCe: a coarse-grain protein model to study mechanical properties Poster
D Petkeviciute (Ecoles Polytechniques Fédérales de Lausanne) A Dimer Based Parameter Set for a Rigid Base Model of DNA Poster
MM Piperakis (John Innes Centre, Norwich) Understanding Supercoiling-Dependent DNA Recognition: A Combined Experimental and Computational Approach Poster
E Panagiotou (National Technical University of Athens) Measuring Entanglement of Open Macromolecules Poster
F Rieger (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz) Abundance of knots in polymer chains of varying stiffness Poster
TK Sutthibutpong (University of Leeds) A Molecular Dynamics Study on DNA Minicircles Poster
Z Topcu (Ege University) DNA topoisomerases as a tool for screening the pharmacological significance of the synthetic compounds and natural extracts Poster
K Valencia (Imperial College London) Models of site-specific recombination and genome-wide rearrangements in ciliates Abstract: Poster
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