“Proteolytic cleavage of TRIM14 by the VEEV Nonstructural Protein 2 Cysteine Protease”
Dr. Patricia Legler
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Dr. Feng Lin, Virginia Tech
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Rational Design of Variants of Short Antimicrobial Peptides derived from Snake Cathelicidin
(Dr. Barney Bishop, advisor)
Dr. Andrew DeBlase, Purdue University
If the infrared spectrum gives us a “fingerprint” of the molecule, why then is it not used more regularly to determine structure? I will describe several experimental methods that I have helped to develop as a Ph.D. student and a postdoctoral researcher to glean detailed structural insight using IR and UV spectroscopy.