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Monday Afternoon Session: Ion Mobility Structures in Honor of Mike Bower's 75th Birthday

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This Monday afternoon session, MOC, will be presided over by Gert Von Helden of Fritz-Haber University. The session will run from 2:30–4:30 p.m. in room 309-310.

The first talk in this session will be given by Edwin De Pauw of the Mass spectrometry laboratory at the University of Liege in Liege, Belgium. De Pauw’s talk is titled “Are Disulfide Bridges Opened by ETD?”

Kyle L. Fort of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, will present next. His talk is titled “Substance P from Solution to the Gas Phase: Factors that Stabilize Kinetically Trapped Conformations.”

The next talk is titled “Utilizing High Throughput IMS-MS Measurements to Analyze Small Molecules and Their Noncovalent Interactions with Macromolecular Complexes.” Erin Baker of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington, will present this talk.

Samuel J. Allen of the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, will present next. Allen’s talk is titled “Supercharging of Native Protein Complexes: Effects of Polarity and Evidence for Multiple Mechanisms.”

“Ion Mobility and Solution Studies Show Specific Competitive Binding of Homo- and Hetero-multimer Receptor:Protein: Carbohydrate Binding” will be presented next by Julie A. Leary of UC Davis, California.

The final presentation in this session will be given be Christian Bleiholder of Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. Bleiholder’s talk is titled “Projected Superposition Approximation: A Novel Parameter Set for Prediction of Cross Sections in Nitrogen as a Drift Gas.”


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