The following posters were presented at the 2014 Annual Boulder Peptide Symposium, in Boulder Colorado.
Aswini Kumar Giri, University of Arizona
Influence of Methyl and Fluorine on Peptide-based Analgesic Molecules
Kenneth A. Gruber, Tensive Controls, Inc.
A Platform Technology for Drugable Peptides: Application to Antimicrobial Peptides & Melanocortins
Marc Jacob, Phenomenex
Multi-step Peptide Purification Using a Single Stationary Phase
Christina Smith, University of Colorado at Boulder, Yin Lab
Peptidomimetics as Dual Function Antimicrobials and Anti-Inflammatory Agents
Ormacinda White, University of Colorado at Boulder
Highly Curved Membrane Surface Detection via Naturally Derived Cyclic and Linear Peptides
Chengwei Wu, Merck Research Laboratories, Merck Co. & Inc.
Template Assembled Trimeric Peptide Mimetics of the HIV-1 gp41 Pre-Hairpin Intermediate Induce D5-like Neutralizing Antibody Responses
Abigail Reens, University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology
A Phenotypic Intracellular Screen to Identify Novel Antibacterial Agents Using Fluorescence Microscopy
Ryo Tamura, University of Colorado Boulder
Synthesis of Exosome Targeting Photo-Activated Prodrug of Doxazolidine
William Hewitt, University of California, Santa Cruz
Synthetic Libraries and Their Application Towards the Discovery of Membrane-Permeable Cyclic Peptides
Noah Kastelowitz, University of Colorado Boulder
Anticoagulant peptides that block coagulation factor complex assembly on lipid membranes
Jonel P. Saludes, Washington State University
Breaking Through the Other Side: De Novo Designed Peptides as Intracellular Transporters