Grant: $314,601 - National Science Foundation - Aug. 1, 2009
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Award Description: The use of fluorescence(light emission)based methods to study cellular biology at the molecular level of detail has become a rapidly growing billion dollar industry. The Callis group is performing computer simulations and experiments of the microscopic molecular dynamics of proteins using Newton's laws of motion and quantum theory that lead to a detailed fundamental understanding of the largely unknown underlying molecular physics of the fluorenscence signals
Project Description: submit manuscript on Understanding wavelength-correlated non-exponential decay of trytophan fluorescence
Jobs Summary: conducts computations of protein structure and its effect on the proteins fluorescence (Total jobs reported: 4)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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