Time：September, 26, 2013（Thursday）13:30
Location：Meeting room 2#, DNL Conference center (Room 204, 2nd Floor, DNL Conference center)
Lecturer：David Da Yong Chen
University of British Columbia
B.Sc., Xiamen (1985);
Ph.D., Alberta (N.J. Dovichi, 1993);
Postdoctoral, Alberta (N.J. Dovichi, J.F. Elliott, 1993-1994);
Royal Society of Chemistry Award in Analytical Separation Methods (2001);
UBC Charles A. McDowell Award for Excellence in Research (2002);
Canadian Society for Chemistry W. A. E. McBryde Medal (2008).
Capillary electrophoresis is an excellent tool for studying biochemical interactions because the separation environment can be tailored to simulate in vivo conditions. Our group has developed several different techniques that can be used to determine the binding constants based on simple affinity CE experiments. In addition to applying this technology to many important biological problems, we have also developed software that allows us to visualize what is occurring in the capillary at every stage of an affinity separation, and to predict future results. The focus now is on improving the predictive ability of the software to allow us to study more complex interactions.
Contact：Group 1805, Xulang Zhang（9061）