2003 NIH Research Festival
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Mini-symposia Session I
Wednesday, October 15, 2003
Natcher Conference Center
Protein-Protein Interactions 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Co-chaired by:
Jeffrey A. Kowalak, Ph.D.
Mass Spectrometry Facility Director, Laboratory of Neurotoxicology, NIMH

Sponsored by the NIH Proteomics Interest Group
Balcony B, Natcher Conference Center
The goals of this mini-symposium are to highlight research in protein-protein
interactions. In the post-genome era, there is substantial interest in understanding
how the complement of expressed cellular proteins, i.e., the proteome, are
assembled into the molecular machines and functional networks that
control cellular behavior.
Conserved Domain-domain Interactions from Protein Structure Data
Benjamin Shoemaker, Ph.D.
IRTA Fellow, Computational Biology Branch, NCBI, NLM
Adenosine A2A-dopamine D2, Receptor-receptor Heteromerization. Involvement of
Epitope-epitope Electrostatic Interactions

Amina S. Woods, Ph.D.
Senior Staff Scientist, Chemistry and Drug Metabolism Section, Clinical Pharmacology
and Therapeutics Research Branch, NIDA
Cooperative Interactions Are Involved in Determining in vivo Binding Specificity of
Multiprotein Complexes at the Linker for Activation of T Cells (LAT) Protein

Jon C. D. Houtman, Ph.D.
CRTA Postdoctoral Fellow, Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Biology, CCR,
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