Program

 

Symposium Venue: Institute of Biological Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Taipei                                      

Institute of Biological Chemistry, where the 9th Symposium on Recent Advances in Biophysics will be held, is the institute of an integral part of the Functional Genomics initiative for Academia Sinica and devote its primary effort to the study of biologically active proteins.

 

Registration/Information

May 26

09:00 ~ 11:00

Registration, 1st F of the Institute of Biological Chemistry, Academia Sinica

18:30 ~ 20:30

Welcome Reception, 2nd F of the Activity Center, Academia Sinica

May 27

10:25

Photo Session, 1st F of the Institute of Biological Chemistry, Academia Sinica

Scientific Program

Symposium Sessions   1st F  Auditorium                                              

May 26:     Felicia Chen-Wu Memorial Lecture, PL1-PL2, I01-I04

May 27:     PL3-PL5, I05-I11

May 28:     PL6-PL8, I12-I18

All Posters are displayed at the 1st F from 09:30 May 26 to 17:30 May 28

Symposium Program Schedule

May 26, Wednesday

Registration/Information Desk at the 1st F, 09:00 – 11:00

11:00 – 11:10

Opening Remarks

11:10 – 12:00

Felicia Chen-Wu Memorial Lecture: Prof. James C. Wang

12:00 – 13:30

Lunch Break

13:30 – 14:20

Plenary Lecture PL1

14:20 – 14:55

Invited Lecture I01

14:55 – 15:30

Invited Lecture I02

15:30 – 15:50

Coffee Break

15:50 – 16:40

Plenary Lecture PL2

16:40 – 17:15

Invited Lecture I03

17:15 – 17:50

Invited Lecture I04

18:30 – 20:30

Welcome Reception & Opening Ceremony

May 27, Thursday                                                           

09:00 – 09:50

Plenary Lecture PL3

09:50 – 10:25

Invited Lecture I05

10:25 – 10:45

Coffee Break

10:45 – 11:20

Invited Lecture I06

11:20 – 11:55

Invited Lecture I07

11:55 – 13:30

Lunch Break

13:30 – 14:20

Plenary Lecture PL4

14:20 – 14:55

Invited Lecture I08

14:55 – 15:30

Invited Lecture I09

15:30 – 15:50

Coffee Break

15:50 – 16:40

Plenary Lecture PL5

16:40 – 17:15

Invited Lecture I10

17:15 – 17:50

Invited Lecture I11

May 28, Friday                                                                   

09:00 – 09:50

Plenary Lecture PL6

09:50 – 10:25

Invited Lecture I12

10:25 – 10:45

Coffee Break

10:45 – 11:20

Invited Lecture I13

11:20 – 11:55

Invited Lecture I14

11:55 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 14:20

Plenary Lecture PL7

14:20 – 14:55

Invited Lecture I15

14:55 – 15:30

Invited Lecture I16

15:30 – 15:50

Coffee Break

15:50 – 16:40

Plenary Lecture PL8

16:40 – 17:15

Invited Lecture I17

17:15 – 17:50

Invited Lecture I18

18:30 – 20:30

Banquet & Closing Ceremony

MAY 26, WEDNESDAY

FELICIA CHEN-WU MEMORIAL LECTURE

Chair:  Cheng-Wen Wu

11:10 – 12:00

“THOUGHTS ON THE PLECTONEMIC NATURE OF THE DNA DOUBLE HELIX”

 

James C. Wang, Harvard University, U.S.A.

PLENARY LECTURE

Chair:  Ming –Daw Tsai

13:30 – 14:20

PL1:  Early Events of Protein Folding at Subzero Temperatures

 

Hiroshi Kihara, Kansai Medical University, U.S.A.

INVITED LECTURE

Chair:  Chuan-Den Hsiao

14:20 – 14:55

I01:  Structure of the multidrug resistance efflux transporter EmrE From Escherichia coli

 

Che Ma, The Scripps Research Institute

14:55 – 15:30

I02:  Solution structure of porcine β-microseminoprotein

 

Chinpan Chen, Academia Sinica

PLENARY LECTURE

Chair:  Shan-Ho Chou

15:50 – 16:40

PL2How RNA and Proteins Recognize Each Other

 

Gabriele Varani, University of Washington, U.S.A.

INVITED LECTURE

Chair:  Ting-Fang Wang

16:40 – 17:15

I03: Detection of quadruplex DNA structures in human telomeres by a fluorescent carbazole derivative

 

Ta-Chau Chang, Academia Sinica

17:15 – 17:50

I04: Issues and Prospects of Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging

 

Ching-Nien Chen, National Institutes of Health

MAY 27, THURSDAY

PLENARY LECTURE

Chair:  Po-Huang Liang

09:00 – 09:50

PL3:  Automated Molecular Microscopy

 

Bridget Carragher, The Scripps Research Institute, U.S.A.

INVITED LECTURE

Chair:  Po-Huang Liang

09:50 – 10:25

I05: Structure and Function of Malic Enzymes

 

Gu-Gang Chang, National Yang Ming University

 

Chair:  Chun-Jung Chen

10:45 – 11:20

I06: Phase Contrast Microradiography

 

Yeu-Keng Hwu, Academia Sinica

11:20 – 11:55

I07: Seeing macromolecular complexes through glasses

 

Wei-Hau Chang, Academia Sinica

PLENARY LECTURE

Chair:  Ping-Chiang Lyu

13:30 – 14:20

IPL4:  Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Protein Folding: A Mean Field Theory

 

Sheng-Hsien Lin, Academia Sinica

INVITED LECTURE

Chair:  Lou-Sing Kan

14:20 – 14:55

I08: Computational approaches in protein sequence and structure analysis

 

An-Suei Yang, Columbia University

14:55 – 15:30

I09: Non-Specific Nucleases Involved in Cell Defense

 

Fu-Ming Chen, Tennessee State University

PLENARY LECTURE

Chair:  Shwu-Huey Liaw

15:50 – 16:40

PL5:  Structural Genomics and Proteomics in Japanese University Community

 

Kunio Miki, Kyoto University, Japan

INVITED LECTURE

Chair:  Pei-Yeh Chen

16:40 – 17:15

I10: Charge conductivity in peptides: Dynamic simulations of a bifunctional model supporting experimental data

 

Dah-Yen Yang, Academia Sinica

17:15 – 17:50

I11: Structure of the C-terminal Domain of Prokaryotic Topoisomerase IIA: a Novel beta-Propeller Implies How Gyrase Wraps DNA

 

Nei-Li Chan, National Chung Hsing University

MAY 28, FRIDAY

PLENARY LECTURE

Chair:  W.-J. Chuang

09:0009:50

PL6:  Enzyme as Brownian Motor, and the Design of Molecular and Ion Pumps

 

Tian-Yow Tsong, Univ. of Minnesota, U.S.A. & Academia Sinica, Taiwan

INVITED LECTURE

Chair:  W.-J. Chuang

09:50 – 10:25

I12: Molecular Interactions with DNAs Studied by Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering

 

Tzyy-Schiuan Yang, National Chung Cheng University

Chair:  Keng S. Liang

10:45 – 11:20

I08: Computational approaches in protein sequence and structure analysis

 

An-Suei Yang, Columbia University

11:20 – 11:55

I09: Non-Specific Nucleases Involved in Cell Defense

 

Fu-Ming Chen, Tennessee State University

PLENARY LECTURE

Chair:  Tai-Huang Huang

13:30 – 14:20

PL7:  Structure and Mechanism of a High-Fidelity and a Low-Fidelity DNA Polymerases

 

Ming-Daw Tsai, Ohio State Univ., U.S.A. & Academia Sinica, Taiwan

INVITED LECTURE

Chair:  Tien-Tzou Tsong

14:20 – 14:55

I15: Optical Biopsy Using Multiphoton Microscopy

 

Chen-Yuan Dong, National Taiwan University

14:55 – 15:30

I16: Cancer Cell’s Secreted Proteome as A Basis for Searching Potential Tumor Markers - Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma as A Model

 

Jau-Song Yu, Medical College of Chang Gung University

PLENARY LECTURE

Chair:  Hanna S. Yuan

15:50 – 16:40

PL8:  Three-dimensional structural view of branch migration in DNA homologous recombination

 

Kosuke Morikawa, Biomol Engineering Research Institute, Japan

INVITED LECTURE

Chair:  Chung-Lin Liao

16:40 – 17:15

I17:Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry for DNA Sequencing and Its Applications

 

Chung-Hsuan Chen, Academia Sinica

17:15 – 17:50

I18: The double-stranded RNA-binding motif of RNA helicase A (RHA) is a versatile ligand-docking module capable of accommodating a variety of bio-molecules.

 

Kung-Yao Chang, National Chung-Hsing University

List of Abstracts

PLENARY LECTURES

PL1

Zhijie Qin1*, Jinsong Li1, and Hiroshi Kihara1

 

Early Events of Protein Folding at Subzero Temperatures

PL2

Gabriele Varani1*, Yu Chen, Neil Dobson, Katherine S Godin

 

How RNA and Proteins Recognize Each Other

 

PL3

B. Carragher*, A. Cheng, D. Fellmann, F. Guerra, J. Pulokas, J. Quispe, S. Stagg, C. Suloway, C. Yoshida, Y. Zhu, and C. S. Potter

 

Automated Molecular Microscopy

 

PL4

Sheng-Hsien Lin

 

Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Protein Folding: A Mean Field Theory

 

PL5

Kunio Miki

 

Structural Genomics and Proteomics in Japanese University Community

 

PL6

Tian-Yow Tsong

 

Enzyme as Brownian Motor, and the Design of Molecular and Ion Pumps

 

PL7

Ming-Daw Tsai

 

Structure and Mechanism of a High-Fidelity and a Low-Fidelity DNA olymerases

 

PL8

Kosuke Morikawa

 

Three-dimensional structural view of branch migration in DNA homologous recombination

 

INVITED LECTURES

I01

Che Ma* and Geoffrey Chang

 

Structure of the multidrug resistance efflux transporter EmrE From Escherichia coli

I02

Iren Wang1,2, Yuan-Chao Lou3, Wen-Chang Chang1, Shih-Hsiung Wu1,2, Chinpan Chen3*

 

Solution structure of porcine β-microseminoprotein

 

I03

Cheng-Chung Chang,1 I-Chun Kuo,1 I-Fang, Ling,2 Chin-Tin Chen,2Huei-Chin Chen,3 Pei-Jen Lou,3 Jing-Jer Lin,4 Ta-Chau Chang1,*

 

Detection of quadruplex DNA structures in human telomeres by a fluorescent carbazole derivative

 

I04

Ching-nien Chen

 

Issues and Prospects of Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging

 

I05

Gu-Gang Chang

 

Issues Structure and Function of Malic Enzymes

 

I06

Yeukuang Hwu

 

Phase Contrast Microradiography

 

I07

Wei-hau Chang

 

Seeing macromolecular complexes through glasses

 

I08

An-Suei Yang

 

Computational approaches in protein sequence and structure analysis

 

I09

Fu-Ming Chen

 

Binding of Actinomycin D to Single-stranded DNA, Old Drug with New Tricks

 

I10

Sheh-Yi Sheu#, Dah-Yen Yang§, H. L. Selzle* and E. W. Schlag*

 

Charge conductivity in peptides: Dynamic simulations of a bifunctional model supporting experimental data

 

I11

Tung-Ju Hsieh and Nei-Li Chan

 

Structure of the C-terminal Domain of Prokaryotic Topoisomerase IIA: a Novel beta-Propeller Implies How Gyrase Wraps DNA

 

I12

W.-Y. Lo and T.-S. Yang*

 

Molecular Interactions with DNAs Studied by Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering

 

I13

C. I. Chou a*, R.S Han b stext, H. S. Huang b, Y. W. Wu b and etextT. K. Lee b

 

A minimal off-lattice model for structural prediction of small proteins

 

I14

T.Y. Chen1, L.C. Hsieh1,2, C.H. Chang1, and H.C. Lee1-3*

 

Information, Universality and Self-Similarity in Whole Genomes

 

I15

Chen-Yuan Dong1*, Sung-Jan Lin2, Shiou-Hwa Jee2, Hsin-Yuan Tan4, Hsuan-Shu Lee5, Wen Lo1, Yen Sun1, Shu-Wen Teng1, Yuan Liu1, Peter T. Fwu1

 

Optical Biopsy Using Multiphoton Microscopy

 

I16

Chih-Ching Wu1,5, Kuan-Yi Chien2,6, Ngan-Ming Tsang3, Kai-Ping Chang4, Sheng-Po Hao4, Chuang-Hui Tsao1,6, Wen-Chuan Huang1, Yu-Sun Chang5, and Jau-Song Yu1,5*

 

Cancer Cell’s Secreted Proteome as A Basis for Searching Potential Tumor Markers - Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma as A Model

 

I17

Chung-Hsuan Chen, Lan-Yang Chang1, V. V. Golovlev, K. Tang, Y. F. Zhu, L. Smamartano, S. L. Allman, N. R. Isola, N. I. Taranenko, H. Farquar, K. J. Matteson2, N. T. Potter2

 

Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry for DNA Sequencing and Its Applications

 

I18

Ming-Lung Hung , Ping Chao, Chung-Te Chang, Wen-Hau Yang, Mei-Chi Su and Kung-Yao Chang*

 

The double-stranded RNA-binding motif of RNA helicase A (RHA) is a versatile ligand-docking module capable of accommodating a variety of bio-molecules.

 

POSTER SESSION

I.           Structural Genomics  

PS01

Rey-Ting Guo1(郭瑞庭), Chih-Jung Kuo2(郭致榮), Tzu-Ping Ko2(柯子平), Chia-Cheng Chou2(周家丞), Po-Huang Liang1,2*(梁博煌) and Andrew H.-J. Wang1,2*(王惠鈞)

 

Crystal Structure of Octaprenyl Pyrophosphate Synthase from Hyperthermophilic Thermotoga maritima and Mechanism of Product Chain Length Determination

PS02      

Iren Wang1, 2, Yuan-Chao Lou3, Wen-Chang Chang1, Shih-Hsiung Wu1, 2, Chinpan Chen3

 

Structural study of porcine β-Microseminoprotein

PS03      

Ti-Chun Chao1* , Jia-Yin Tsai1, Po- Kai Lyu1,Chih-Tson Fong1,Chung-Yu Huang2, Hai-Mei Huang2, Yuh-Ju Sun1

 

Crystal Structure Study of Inorganic Pyrophosphatase from Helicobacter pylori

PS04

Shiang-Yi Chien1*, Po-Kai Lyu1, Jia-Yin Tsai1, Chih-Tson Fong1, Meng-Juan Lee2, Hai-Mei Huang2 and Yuh-Ju Sun1

 

Crystal Structure of Spermidine Synthase from Helicobacter pylori

PS05      

Jia-Yin Tsai1*, Yuh-Ju Sun1, Ching-Ju Tsai1, Jyung-Hurng Liu2, Chao-Tsen Chen3, Charng-Sheng Tsai3, Liang-Yan Chen1, Pei-Tsung Cheng1, and You-Di Liao4

 

A Novel d(ApCpGpA)-Binding of a Bullfrog Ribonuclease Suggests the Sialic Acid Binding

PS06

Yu-Chih Lo1, Su-Chang Lin2, Jei-Fu Shaw3 and Yen-Chywan Liaw1

 

Studies of the Crystal Structures and the Substrate Specificities of Escherichia coli Thioesterase I/Protease I /Lysophospholipase L1

PS07

Kuo-Chiang Hsia1, Kin-Fu Chak2, Po-Huang Liang3, Yi-Sheng Cheng1, Wen-Yen   Ku1, and Hanna S. Yuan1

 

DNA Binding and Degradation by the HNH Protein ColE7

PS08

Ching-Yu Chou2*,1Sergiy I. Tyuhktenko1 and Tai-Huang Huang1,2

 

Backbone Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Free Escherichia coli Theosterase / Protease I and in Michaelis complex with Di-Ethyl-p-Nitrophenyl Phosphate

PS09

Su-Chang Lin*, Yu-Chih Lo , Jung-Yiaw Lin and Yen-Chywan Liaw

 

Structures and Electron Micrographs of Volvatoxin A2 Reveal pH-dependent Protein Assembly and Implications for Membrane Pore Formation

PS10

Wei-Ting Liu*, Wei-I Chou, Shu-Chuan Lin and Margaret Dah-Tsyr Chang#

 

The O-Glycosylated Linker Region Of Glucoamylase Affects Structure And Function Of The Starch-Binding Domain

PS11

Yin H. Chen(陳音璇)1, Yuh J. Hu(胡毓志)* 1 and Ming J. Hwang(黃明經)* 2

 

PRODEC : PROtein structural patterns Detector using Evolutionary Computing

PS12      

Tse-Hao Huang* and Shwu-Huey Liaw

 

Structural determination of the Mite Group 7 Allergen from Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus

PS13

Cheng-Tsung Lai1* and Shwu-Huey Liaw2

 

Structural Analysis of the Cytidine Deaminase Superfamily: Conservation, Divergence, and Prediction

PS14

Yu-Jui Chang1* and Shwu-Huey Liaw2

 

Crystal Structure of Bacillus subtilis Guanine Deaminase

PS15

Yun-Lin Wang* and Shwu-Huey Liaw

 

Crystal Structure of Hepatitis C Virus NS3 Helicase

PS16      

I-Che Huang1,2,3, Yuan-Chau Lou2, Iren Wang3, Shin-Hsiung Wu1,3, Chinpan Chen2

 

Solution structure of Tc32, an inhibitor of K+ channel from venom of Brazilian scorpion, Tityus cambridgei

PS17      

Chui-Lin Chiu, Ming-Tao Pai, C. C. Huang, Ya-Ping Tsao, Jya-Wei Cheng*

 

Solution structure of the hypothetical protein HP0495 from Helicobacter pylori

PS18      

Andrew H. Sheng-Wei Lin,1 Jen-Ru Li,1 Tsui-Min Yuan,1 Chun-Hung Lin1,2*

 

C-Terminal Truncation of Helicobacter pylori Fucosyltransferase The Region of Tandem Repeats Associated with Structure and Catalysision

PS19

Ko-Hsin Chin, Yu-Chen Hu, Jhe-Le Tu, Fu-Yang Lin, Shan-Ho Chou1,2

 

NMR Structure of a Conserved Hypothetical Protein Xcc 975 from Xanthomonas Campestris pv. Campestris

PS20

Shih-Che Sue1*, Wei-Tin Li1, Yu-Chieh Lin1, Shao-Chen Lee2, Wen-guey Wu2, Jeou-Yuan Chen1and Tai-huang Huang1

 

Structural and functional relationship of HATH domain of Human Hepatoma-derived Growth Factor

PS21

Ming-Hon Hou1,2 and Andrew H.-J. Wang 1,2*

 

Mithramycin forms a stable dimeric complex by chelating with Iron(II): DNA-binding characteristic, subcellular distribution and biological activity of this dimer complex

PS22

Ko-Hsin Chin1, Jhe-Le, Tu1, Yu-Chen Hu2, Chao-Yu Yang1, Chiao-Li Chu1, Fu-Yang Lin2, Yen-Yu Wu2, Kun-Chou Wei1, Yi-Ting Huang1, Wei-Ting Kuo1, Ji-Wei Lo1, Ping-Chiang Lyu3, Shih-Feng Tsai4, Shan-Ho Chou1,2

 

Structural Genomics of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris using High-Resolution NMR Techniques

PS23

Hong-Hsiang Guan1,2*, Shao-Chen Lee 2,Chia-Hui Wang 2,Wei-Ning Huang 2 , Wen-Guey Wu 2 , Chung-Jung Chen 1

 

Crystal Structure of CTX A3 and Hexasaccharide Heparin Complex from Naja Atra

PS24      

Yin-Cheng Hsieh,1,2* Ming-Yih Liu,4 and JeanLeGall4,Chun-Jung Chen1, 3

 

Anaerobic and Aerobic Structures of Ferredoxin ll from Desulfovibrio Gigas Reveal Electron Transfer Mechanism

PS25      

Ming-Hui Lee*1,2, Chih-Hsiang Leng2, Yuan-Chih Chang3, Yi-Kai Chen1, Chia-Seng Chang3, Fu-Fei Hsu2, Andrew H.-J. Wang1,2and Ting-Fang Wang1,2

 

Self-assembly of archaeal RadA proteins into long and fine helical filaments

PS26      

Yuan-Chih Chang2, Yu-Hui Lo1*, Chih-Hsiang Leng1,3, Ming-Hui Lee1, Douglas K. Bishop4, Chia-Seng Chang2, and Ting-Fang Wng1

 

Molecular Visualization of Yeast Dmc1-ssDNA complexes by Atomic Force Mcroscopy Using Carbon Nanotube Tips

PS27      

Yu-Ling Wang1,2*, King-Xiang Goh 2, Wen-Guey Wu 2 and Chung-Jung Chen 1

 

Purification, Crystallization and preliminary X-ray crystallographic analysis of Cystein-rich Secretory Protein(CRISP) from Naja atra

II.         Protein Networks

PP01

Chai-Chi Ho1, Chun-Cheng Lin2, and Rita P.-Y. Chen1

 

Effects Of Glycosylation And Phosphorylation On The Conformational Energy Of The Prion Peptide And The Formation Of Amyloid Fibril

PP02     

Jya-Wei Cheng, Kuen-Phon Wu, Chih-Wei Wu, Ya-Ping Tsao, Ting-Wei Kuo, Yuan-Chao Lou, Cheng-Wen Lin, and Suh-Chin Wu

 

Structural basis of a flavivirus recognized by its neutralizing antibody: solution structure of the domain III of the Japanese encephalitis virus envelope protein.

PP03     

Chia-Ming Chang, Chia-Ling Chen, Chung-Yen Lin, Chi-Shiang Cho, Li-Ming  Wang, Pao-Yang Chen, Chen-Zen Lo and, Chao A. Hsiung

 

Deciphering the Protein Network of Caenorhabditis elegans in the Approach of Systems Biology

III.       Nucleic Acid And Protein Interaction

PN01

Tzu-Ping Ko*,1, Martin K. Safo2, Faik N. Musayev2, Howard Robinson3, Qixun Zhao2, Neel Scarsdale2, Andrew H.-J. Wang1, and Gordon L. Archer2

 

Crystal Structures of the BlaI Repressor from Staphylococcus aureus and Its Complex with DNA: Insights into Regulation Mechanisms of the bla and mec Operators

PN02

Min-Tasir Wey and Lou-Sing Kan

 

Study of DNA triplex formation with two non-pyrimidine-purine-pyrimidine base triads in a Sept-decamer 5’-TTCTTCTGATTCTCTCC in Aqueous Solution

PN03

Chia-Lung Li (李家隆)1,2, Lien-I Hor (何漣漪)3, Zee-Fen Chang (張智芬)2, Li-Chu Tsai (蔡麗珠)1, Wei-Zen Yang (楊維仁)1 and Hanna S. Yuan (袁小琀)1,2

 

DNA Binding and Cleavage by the Periplasmic Endonuclease Vvn from Vibrio vulnificus: A Novel Structure with a Known Active Site

PN04

Yi-Kai Chen1,2*, Chih-Hsiang Leng1, Heidi Olivares4, Ming-Hui Lee1, Yuan-Chih Chang3, Wen-Mei Kung1, Shih-Chieh Ti1, Yu-Hui Lo1, Andrew H.-J. Wang1, Chia-Seng Chang3, Douglas K. Bishop4, Yi-Ping Hsueh2, and Ting-Fang Wang1

 

Heterodimeric Complexes of Hop2 and Mnd1 Function with Dmc1 to Promote Meiotic Homologous Juxtaposition and Strand-Assimilation

PN05

Sergiy I. Tyukhtenko1*, Ching-Yu Chou1, Jei-Fu Shaw2 and Tai-huang Huang1

 

NMR Evidence for Enzyme-Induced Strain in the Michaelis Complex of Serine      Protease from SGNH-hydrolase Family with Paraoxon: Mechanism of Initial      Noncovalent Binding.

PN06

Annie P. C. Chen1*, Sing-Yang Chang2, Chih-Jung Kuo2, Yang-Sheng Sun2, Shih-Chun Li1 , Yu-Chung Lin3, Chao-Tsen Chen3 , Andrew H.-J. Wang2, and Po-Huang Liang1,2

 

Substrate and Product Specificities of Cis-type Undecaprenyl Pyrophosphate Synthase and Identification of General Base and Acid and the Role of the Metal Ion during its Reaction

IV.      Drug Discovery In Biophysics

PD01

Chih-Jung Kuo §, Ping-Fang Huang §, John T.A. Hsu ‡, Wen-Bin Yang †, Ming-Feng Hsu §, Tsung-Yi Wu †, Chun-Hung Lin §, Chun-Cheng Lin #, Jim-Min Fang *, Chi-Huey Wong †, Andrew H.-J. Wang §, and Po-Huang Liang §

 

Characterization of SARS Main Protease and Facile Assay for Inhibitors by Using a Fluorogenic Substrate

PD02

Y. Sun1, C. Y. Hsiao2, W. Lo1 , S. J. Lin3, S. H. Jee3, C.Y. Dong1

 

Multiphoton Polarization and Generalized Polarization (GP) Microscopy Reveals Oleic Acid Induced Structural Changes in Intercellular Lipid Layers of the Skin

V.        Nano Biophysics

PB01     

Ya-Wen Feng#, Chiu-Ming Wang#, Shyue-Chu Ke and Hsiu-An Chu#

 

Ammonia-induced Structural Changes of the Oxygen-Evolving Complex in Photosystem II as Revealed by Light-Induced FTIR Difference Spectroscopy

PB02     

Cheng-Hao Fang#,‡, Keejong Chang and Hsiu-An Chu#

 

Fluoride substitution in the Mn cluster from photosystem II: FTIR studies

PB03     

Wen Lo 1*, Tso Chien-Hsin 1, Pei-Yu Huang2, Chan-Long Chen2, Chia-Chun Chen2, Sun-Jan Lin3, Shiou-Hwa Jee3, Chen-Yuan Dong 1

 

Monitoring Transdermal delivery of quantum dots using multiphoton fluorescence microscopy

VI.      Imaging & Biosensors

PI01

Yao-Chang Lee* and Ching-Iue Chen

 

Applications of synchrotron infrared microspectrometry in biological tissue and forensic science

PI02

J. T. Sheu1,3*, K. S. You2, C. C. Chen1, S. C. Lin3 and K. S. Liang3

 

Characteristics of silicon nanowire devices in biological molecules detection

PI03

Mau-Tsu Tang*, Cheng-Hao Ko, Yen-Fang Song, Te-Hui Lee, Gung-Chian Yin, Ying-Huang Lai, King-Long Tsang and Keng S. Liang

 

Transmission X-ray Microscopy at NSRRC

PI04

Liu Yuan1*, Peter T. Fwu1*, Hsuan-Shu Lee2, and Chen-Yuan Dong1

 

Optical Biopsy of Normal, Fibrotic, and Tumor Liver Tissues Using Multiphoton Microscopy

PI05

S.W. Teng1, C. Y. Hsiao2, S.J. Lin3, H.Y. Tan4, C.Y. Dong1

 

Monitoring the Thermally Induced Collagen Structural Transitions Using Second Harmonic Generation Microscopy

VII.    Computational Biophysics

PC01

Nancy Yu*, Yi-Sheng Cheng

 

Codon Usage Enhancer (CUE): A JAVA-based Freeware for Manipulating Codon Usage

VIII.  Others

PO01

Xu-Cheng Yeh1,2 , Hui-Ting Lee1, Po-Yen Lin1,2, and Lou-Sing Kan2*, Chia-Ching Chang1*

 

Refolding of Lysozyme by Quasi-static and Direct Dilution Reaction Paths:  A First-Order-Like State Transition

PO02

Po-Yen Lin1,2 , Xu-Cheng Yeh1,2, and Lou-Sing Kan2,Chia-Ching Chang1*

 

How fast is protein stable from unfolded to folded state?