USF to host seminar about protein functions
TAMPA, Fla. -- An interdisciplinary research seminar on probing the biomedical properties of single protein molecules will be presented at the University of South Florida by Frank Zhang, assistant professor of the biophysics and bioengineering program at Lehigh University. The seminar will begin at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 5, 2012, in the Interdisciplinary Research Building (ISA) in room 5021.
His discussion will be based on his extensive knowledge of mechanical properties playing a critical role in the protein function in biology and how single-molecular technology offers a powerful tool for exploring the mechanical aspects of biological molecules.
This event is open to the USF community.
If you would like to RSVP for this event contact Sandy Justice at email@example.com or call (813) 974-9149.
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Author: Megan Lamb