Accepted Posters List

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 Name Topic Title
Mr. Clement OlanrewajuAnalytical Chemistry

Molecular level characterization of crude oil by gas chromatography followed by trapped ion mobility mass spectroscopy.

Mrs. Yarixa Cintron-DiazAnalytical Chemistry

Protein screening of native brain sections using LESA-TIMS-MS

Mr. Sean HoranAnalytical Chemistry

Rapid, semi-automated solid phase extraction of dissolved trace metals from seawater

Ms. Bianca MitchellAnalytical Chemistry

A procedure for spectrophotometric quantification of 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine

Ms. Emily JohnsonAnalytical Chemistry

Electrolessly Synthesizing Manganese Dioxide Particles Using Gold Microtubes as a Catalyst

Ms. Kaylie JanickiBiochemistry / Chem Bio.

A site-specific comparison of spherical and tubular capsid structure and assembly of Rous Sarcoma Virus

Mr. Ahmed SeddekBiochemistry / Chem Bio.

Bacterial Topoisomerase IA as a potential target for antibiotic discovery

Tumpa DasguptaBiochemistry / Chem Bio.

Inter-domain protein-protein interaction in the rapid relaxation of negatively supercoiled DNA by E. coli topoisomerase I

Mr. Pawlos TsegayBiochemistry / Chem Bio.

Oxidative DNA damage alters miRNA expression

Mr. Anthony GiacaloneBiochemistry / Chem Bio.

Real time study of metabolomics for insight into ketogenesis using hyperpolarization in mouse models

Mr. Mingzhu HuangBiochemistry / Chem Bio.

Probing amide-gold interaction by single-molecule conductance spectroscopy

Miss Nuzhat Nowshin OisheeBiochemistry / Chem Bio.

Atypical Protein Kinase-C inhibitor works synergistically with 5-Fluorouracil to reduce the viability of colorectal cancer cells.

Miss Nuzhat Nowshin OisheeBiochemistry / Chem Bio.

Atypical Protein Kinase-C inhibitor works synergistically with 5-Fluorouracil to reduce the viability of colorectal cancer cells.

Mrs. Tumpa DasguptaBiochemistry / Chem Bio.

Inter-domain protein-protein interaction in the rapid relaxation of negatively supercoiled DNA by E. coli topoisomerase I

Mr. Ahmed SeddekBiochemistry / Chem Bio.

Bacterial Topoisomerase IA as a potential target for antibiotic discovery.

 Name Topic Title