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Prizes Awarded at The Biophysical Society Japan Meeting

01/28 

The wwPDB Foundation made awards to outstanding student presentations at the 2023 The Biophysical Society Japan Meeting (November 14-16, Nagoya, Japan).

Keisuke KasaharaKeisuke Kasahara

Thermodynamic analysis of Fv-supercharged antibody–antigen interactions and control of interaction parameters
Keisuke Kasahara (1), Daisuke Kuroda (2), Jose Caaveiro (3), Satoru Nagatoishi (4), Kouhei Tsumoto (1,4)
1) Dept. Bioeng., Grad. Sch. Eng., Univ. Tokyo; 2) Res. Ctr. Drug Vaccine Dev., NIID; 3) Grad. Sch. Pharm. Sci., Kyusyu Univ., 4) Med. Dev. Dev. Reg. Res. Ctr., Grad. Sch. Eng., Univ. Tokyo

Kyle Ian Peter Le HurayKyle Ian Peter Le Huray

Harnessing the power of machine learning and high-throughput molecular dynamics simulations to predict protein-lipid interactions Kyle Ian Peter Le Huray (1,2), Frank Sobott (1), He Wang (3), Antreas Kalli (2)
1) School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK; 2) Leeds Institute of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK; 3) School of Computing, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK

Katsuhiko MinamiKatsuhiko Minami

Replication-dependent histone (Repli-Histo) labeling revealed that chromatin motion can determine DNA replication timing
Katsuhiko Minami (1,2), Satoru Ide (1,2), Sachiko Tamura (1), Masato T. Kanemaki (1,2), Kazuhiro Maeshima (1,2)
1) National Institute of Genetics; 2) Graduate Institute for Advanced Studies, SOKENDAI

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