2013 Rustbelt RNA Meeting







Talk abstracts

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Time Presenter Title PI
Friday 01:00-01:15pmSandeep Eswarappa
Title not published online Paul Fox
Friday 01:15-01:30pmSean McClory
Distinct functional classes of ribosomal ambiguity (ram) mutations in 16S rRNA Kurt Fredrick
Friday 01:30-01:45pmTrinh Tat
Actively translating deadenylated mRNAs in D. melanogaster S2 cells Timothy W. Nilsen
Friday 01:45-02:00pmIoana Boeras
HIV-1 requires two non-redundant functions of host RNA helicase A: helicase activity for mRNA translation and chaperone activity for virion replication Kathy BorisLawrie
Friday 02:00-02:15pmMichael Gamalinda
A hierarchical view of the eukaryotic large ribosomal subunit assembly line John Woolford
Friday 02:15-02:30pmXin Liu
Imp3 unfolds stem structures in pre-rRNA and U3 snoRNA to form a duplex essential for small subunit processing Carl Correll
Friday 02:30-02:45pmIan Fleming
A tRNA m3C methyltransferase paralog is important for ribosome biogenesis and cell division in T. brucei Juan Alfonzo
Friday 03:15-03:30pmDaniel Comiskey
SF2/ASF Modulates Alternative Splicing of MDM2 in Cancer Dawn Chandler
Friday 03:30-03:45pmFaegheh Jafarifar
Phenotypic analysis of a mouse model of human MOPD I Richard Padgett
Friday 03:45-04:00pmAlok Sharma
Calcium-mediated epigenetic regulation of alternative splicing in cardiomyocytes Hua Lou
Friday 04:00-04:15pmJulie Dougherty
SMG6 cleavage generates metastable decay intermediates from nonsense-containing β-globin mRNA Daniel Schoenberg
Friday 04:15-04:30pmJenna Smith
Title not published online Kristian Baker
Friday 04:30-04:45pmNathan Raynard
Title not published online Aaron Goldstrohm
Friday 04:45-05:00pmSandip Chorghade
Poly (A) binding protein C1 is developmentally regulated and controls a post-transcriptional pathway for cardiac hypertrophy. Auinash Kalsotra
Saturday 08:30-08:45amWilliam Cantara
SAXS-derived structure of HIV-1 genome 5´UTR reveals independently folded functional domains and three-dimensional tRNA mimicry Karin Musier-Forsyth
Saturday 08:45-09:00amKim Delaney
Evolution of Ancestral URB Protein Toward Modern U1A/U2´´ snRNP proteins. Hall Kathleen
Saturday 09:00-09:15amJason Talkish
Mod-seq: High-throughput sequencing for chemical probing of RNA structure Joel McManus
Saturday 09:15-09:30amNeil White
Kinetics and Thermodynamics of the Juctionless Hairpin Ribozyme Charles Hoogstraten
Saturday 09:30-09:45amAndrea Putnam
Division of labor: Separation of loading and unwinding units in an oligomer of the DEAD-box helicase Ded1p Eckhard Jankowsky
Saturday 09:45-10:00amDebmalya Bhattacharyya
Modulation of gene expression by inducing G-quadruplex structures in the 5'-UTR Soumitra Basu
Saturday 10:00-10:15amYi Shu
Three Approaches for Construction of Versatile RNA Nanoparticles for Specific Tumor Targeting Peixuan Guo
Saturday 10:45-11:00amJennifer Shepherd
Lipid II-independent trans Editing of Mischarged tRNAs by the Penicillin Resistance Factor MurM Michael Ibba
Saturday 11:00-11:15amGayathri Silva
The bacterial-type tRNA-independent transamidosome complex requires a novel ATPase Tamara Hendrickson
Saturday 11:15-11:30amMallory Havens
eIF4H alternative splicing is regulated by the microprocessor Michelle Hastings
Saturday 11:30-11:45amMichael Washburn
The Role of the Catalytically Inactive Deaminase ADR-1 in Regulating RNA Editing Heather Hundley
Saturday 11:45-12:00pmCourtney Niland
Investigation of Shared Molecular Recognition of Pre-tRNAs By RNA and Protein Components of RNase P Using High-Throughput Sequencing Kinetics (HTS-Kin) Mike Harris
Saturday 12:00-12:20pmSeth Kelly
Identification of Neuronal Transcripts Regulated by a Nuclear Polyadenosine RNA Binding Protein Seth Kelly
Saturday 12:20-12:40pmThomas Leeper
Molecular recognition of the SRA epigenetic regulatory lncRNA examined by NMR. Thomas Leeper