2007 Rustbelt RNA Meeting






Poster abstracts

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Number Presenter Title PI email
1Amrita Bandyopadhyay
Insights into the plant CstF complex aghunt00@uky.edu
2Daipayan Banerjee
Identification and characterization of splicing factors in C. elegans rymond@uky.edu
3Thomas Bebee
Generation of a new mouse model to help determine the therapeutic time-point for SMN replacement therapies: an update chandler@ccri.net
4Lana Bengez
Thermodynamic characterization of e. coli manganese superoxide dismutase binding to single- and double-stranded polynucleic acids dmascotti@jcu.edu
5Mario Blanco
Monitoring pre-mRNA Splicing by Single-Molecule Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer nwalter@umich.edu
6Colette Castleberry
Relative Quantitation of Isotopically Labeled RNAs Using Data Dependent LC-MS/MS pat.limbach@uc.edu
7Hui-Yi Chu
Strategy to learn the function of the tRNA retrograde pathway via polysome RNAs and microarray analyses hopper.64@osu.edu
8Jenee Cyran
NMR Structure Predictions of Hexamer and Tetramer Oligo (C) mserra@allegheny.edu
9Nripesh Dhungel
Why is the yeast splicing endonuclease complex located in the cytoplasm and not in the nucleus? hopper.64@osu.edu
10Mark Ditzler
Investigating the Physical Origin of Molecular Heterogeneity in the Hairpin Ribozyme nwalter@umich.edu
11Anne-Cecile Duc
Binding studies of a peptide with the A-site rRNA csc@chem.wayne.edu
12Robert Forties
A model for the flexibility of double-stranded DNA incorporating local melting bundschuh@mps.ohio-state.edu
13Jordan Gladman
SMN2 exon 7 knock-in: A new spinal muscular atrophy mouse model. chandler@ccri.net
14Nicholas Green
Structural transitions of the Bacillus subtilis glyQS T box leader RNA henkin.3@osu.edu
15Zhuojun Guo
Single Molecule Studies of spliceosomal snRNAs U2-U6 rueda@chem.wayne.edu
16Reeva Gupta
Missense or silent mutations in p53 exon 7 ESE result in exon skipping chandler@ccri.net
17Daisy Hamburg
Identification of methylation sites on Thermus thermophilus ribosomal protein L11 Pat.Limbach@uc.edu
18Michelle Hastings
Development of compounds that increase SMN2 splicing as a treatment for spinal muscular atrophy michelle.hastings@rosalindfranklin.edu
19Corinne Hausmann
An aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase:elongation factor complex for substrate channeling in archaeal translation ibba.1@osu.edu
20Laurie Heinicke
Regulation of the protein kinase PKR by perfect and defect dsRNAs pcb@chem.psu.edu
21 Melissa Hinman
Mammalian Hu protein family members have non-redundant functions as splicing suppressors hua.lou@case.edu
22John Hsieh
Conformational changes in B. subtilis RNase P holoenzyme associated with substrate binding measured by transient fluorescence techniques fierke@umiche.edu
23Rebecca Hurto
Connections between starvation, translation, and tRNA movement? hopper.64@osu.edu
24Michael Ignatov
tRNA-dependent Switch in Editing Mechanisms Used by Class II ProRS musier@chemistry.ohio-state.edu
25Fereshteh Jahaniani Kenari
Functional analysis of BORG, a large non coding RNA SabaValadkhan
26Yasaman Jaladat
Characterization of the functional group in human U6/U2 complex sxv46@case.edu
27Huijue Jia
RNA duplex unwinding by the DEAD-box protein Ded1p involves multiple enzyme units that utilize ATP differentially exj13@case.edu
28Christopher Jones
Insights into the chaperone function of HIV-1 Gag protein musier@chemistry.ohio-state.edu
29Laura Jones
Comprehensive thermodynamic parameter analysis of 3' double overhangs on terminal wobble base pairs mserra@allegheny.edu
30Besik Kankia
Differential Effects of HIV-1 NC on Strand-exchange Reactions Involving Mismatched DNA Duplexes musier@chemistry.ohio-state.edu
31Hajeong Kim
Biochemical and thermodynamic characterization of guanosine substrate-binding of a group I Intron from bacteriophage Twort barbgolden@purdue.edu
32Kady Krivos
A comparison of two methods used to investigate peptide:RNA heteroconjugates by mass spectrometry limbacpa@email.uc.edu
33Allison Lamanna
Investigating interactions of the putative endonuclease Nob1 with 18S rRNA kkarbst@umich.edu
34Rajan Lamichhane
Single Molecule FRET to Explore Protein-RNA Interactions in the Central Domain of the 30S Ribosomal Subunit rueda@chem.wayne.edu
35Tek Lamichhane
Role of modified nucleotides in helix 31 of Escherichia coli 16 S ribosomal RNA phil@biology.biosci.wayne.edu
36Caroline Lee
Comparison of the Catalytic Activity of Human and Yeast snRNAs saba.valadkhan@case.edu
37Jiqiang Ling
Pathogenic mechanism of a human mitochondrial tRNAPhe mutation associated with MERRF syndrome ibba.1@osu.edu
38Benjamin Linger
Isolation of the tetrahymena telomeric protien complex carolyn.price@uc.edu
39Xiaoqiang Liu
Hsp90 control of mRNA decay through stabilization of the PMR1 mRNA endonuclease schoenberg.3@osu.edu
40Santosh Mahto
Investigation of the structural roles of nucleic acid modification in the bacterial decoding region of 16S rRNA csc@chem.wayne.edu
41Edward Miracco
Characterization of the products of 5-fluorouridine after the action of E. coli pseudouridine synthase TruB eugene.mueller@louisville.edu
42Mithun Mitra
Probing the Role of Functional Domains of HIV-1 Nucleocapsid Protein in its Nucleic Acid Chaperone Function musier@chemistry.ohio-state.edu
43Abigael Muchenditsi
Effect of tetraloop stability on the affinity of tRNA for T box antiterminator hinesj@ohio.edu
44Beth Murray
Common SNP in pre-miR146a interferes with miR processing and predisposes to papillary thyroid carcinoma schoenberg.3@osu.edu
45Yuichi Otsuka
Cytoplasmic capping of RNA decay intermediates schoenberg.3@osu.edu
46Sudakshina Paul
Deciphering the function of G-patch proteins in Saccharomyces cerervisiae rymond@uky.edu
47Daoming Qin
Characterization of 16S rRNA mutations that decrease the fidelity of translation initiation fredrick.5@osu.edu
48Dominic Qualley
The Nucleocapsid Protein of Feline Immunodeficiency Virus is an Efficient Nucleic Acid Chaperone musier@chemistry.ohio-state.edu
49Kent Redman
Expression and preliminary studies of YNL022p, a putative rRNA methyltransferase. redman@ipfw.edu
50Noah Reynolds
Alternative mechanisms of determining the specificity of the genetic code in the cytoplasm and mitochondria. ibba.1@osu.edu
51Keshab Rijal
A New Role for Cisplatin: Probing the Ribosome Structure csc@chem.wayne.edu
52Jason Rozick
Functional features of nuclear pre-mRNA introns containing miRNA coding regions g.shukla@csuohio.edu
53Samuel Rund
Probing RNA binding by the nucleoprotein from ebolavirus scrary@depauw.edu
54Susan Russell
Post-transcriptional modifications in bacterial rRNA and heat shock pat.limbach@uc.edu
55Shinichiro Shoji
Effects of antibiotics on spontaneous reverse translocation fredrick.5@osu.edu
56Kavleen Sikand
Activity of miRNAs in prostate carcinoma cells g.shukla@csuohio.edu
57Jinani Slaibi
Functional features of nuclear pre-mRNA introns containing miRNA coding regions g.shukla@csuohio.edu
58Angela Smith
Molecular basis for thiamin pyrophosphate recognition and gene regulation by the THI-box riboswitch henkin.3@osu.edu
59Byung Ran So
Mechanism of Editing of Mis-charged Cys-tRNAPro by Bacterial YbaK musier@chemistry.ohio-state.edu
60Bethany Strunk
Characterizing the essential role of Fap7 ATPase activity in yeast ribosome assembly kkarbst@umich.edu
61Meng Sun
Investigating the Interaction between HTLV-2 Matrix and its RNA Packaging Signal musier@chemistry.ohio-state.edu
62Apana Agha Takwi
The TSC1 gene is Regulation by microRNAs yong.li@louisville.edu
63Fulvia Terenzi
Embryonic Expression Patterns Implicate Muscleblind-like Proteins in Cardiac Morphogenesis ladda@ccf.org
64Rebecca Toroney
PKR Activation by Stem-loop RNAs is 5’-Triphosphate Dependent pcb@chem.psu.edu
65Jessica Wohlgamuth-Benedum
The T. brucei mitochondrial desulfurase IscS is essential for tRNA thiolation: implications for tRNA editing and import alfonzo.1@osu.edu
66Wei Zhang
Gene Prediction in Physarum and Didymium Mitochondria by Comparative Approach for RNA Editing zhang.565@osu.edu
67Rui Zhao
RNA Folding Dynamics by Single Molecule Temperature Jump Kinetics rueda@chem.wayne.edu
68Shu Zhou
Azasugar Affinity for T Box Antiterminator Model RNA: Potential new class of RNA ligands hinesj@ohio.edu
69Yi Shu
Application of RNA nanotechnology in gene delivery and therapy guop@purdue.edu