The Third q-bio Conference: Special Session on Methods

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This special session of the 2009 q-bio Conference will take place on the afternoon of Friday, August 7. The special session will be dedicated to methods of quantitative biology, both experimental and computational.

  1. Dragos Amarie, Indiana University
    Microfluidics devices integrating microcavity surface plasmon resonance biosensors: glucose oxidase enzymatic activity (pdf)
  2. Blagoy Blagoev, University of Southern Denmark
    Unraveling ubiquitination dependent dynamics in cell signaling networks by quantitative proteomics (pdf)
  3. Ying-Ja Chen, University of California, San Diego
    Simulations and experiments for DNA sequencing by denaturation (pdf)
  4. Jeffrey R. Enders, Vanderbilt University
    Microfluidic-ion mobility-mass spectrometry for assessing cellular response in real time (pdf)
  5. Diane S. Lidke, University of New Mexico Cancer Center
    Correlating FcεRI signaling with dynamics using single quantum dot imaging (pdf)
  6. Alan Waggoner, Carnegie Mellon University
    Fluorescent biosensors for cell regulation pathways (pdf)
  7. James H. Werner, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Confocal, 3D tracking of individual quantum dot labeled signaling molecules on live cells (pdf)
  8. Verena Wolf, Saarland University
    Solving the chemical master equation using creeping windows (pdf)
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