Thermodynamics of Protein Folding and Aggregation

Chair(s):
Chi, E., University of New Mexico
Co-chair(s):
Tessier, P. M., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Kwon, I., University of Virginia
Cellmer, T., National Institutes of Health

This session seeks submissions focused on experimental and theoretical characterization and prediction of the thermodynamics and mechanism(s) of protein folding, and the role of aggregation as an on- or off-pathway aspect of (un)folding. Aggregation in this context is intended to include both reversible association and net irreversible aggregate formation. The dynamics and aggregation mechanisms of intrinsically disordered proteins and peptides will also be of interest. Preference will be given to presentations that provide insights of general utility, and those focused on relatively complex (un)folding pathways such as multi-domain and natively multimeric proteins.

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