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S2: Structural Virology

Confirmed Speakers

Dr. Alasdair Steven 
National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA

Dr. Félix A. Rey
Institut Pasteur, France

Dr. Leo James
Medical Research Council (MRC), UK

Prof. Dr. Andrew B. Ward - Young Investigator Prize recipient
The Scripps Research Institute, USA

List of Accepted Abstracts (19)
Structural and Biochemical Characterization of Non-Structural Protein 3 from Flavivirus
Structure-based rational design of broad range immunotherapy targeting TfR1-tropic arenaviruses
Characterisation of novel circovirus structures and insights into the role of N-terminal ARM domain in capsid self-assembly
Supramolecular arrangement of the Zika virus NS5 protein
Analysis of HIV-2 gp120 N-glycosylation in the Context of Structure and Function
Conformational Switches Controlling Herpesvirus Maturation
Correlative study of cellular modification induced by Hepatitis C infection by cryo soft X-ray tomography and Infrared microscopy
Dynamics Bridge Structure, Function, and Phenotype in Viral Entry Machines
Phage display antibodies against ectromelia virus that neutralize variola virus:selection and implementation for p35 neutralizing epitope mapping
Reovirus Non-Lytic Egress Is Mediated by a Complex Structure Formed from Membranes and Actin
Sequential Conformational Changes in Influenza Hemagglutinin during Fusion Activation
Solution Structure of the HIV-1 gp41 Cytoplasmic Tail, and Development of Techniques for the Characterization of Interactions with Matrix
Structure and interactions of the essential 3’X terminal RNA domain of hepatitis C virus
Structure of Elongated Flexuous Viral Nanoparticles Exploited for Nanobiotechnological Functionalization
Structure, Function, and Immune Recognition of the Enigmatic HIV Envelope Glycoprotein
Towards Elucidating the Structural Basis for Envelope Incorporation into HIV-1 Particles
Unraveling the Structure–Function Relationship of Hepatitis C Virus Fusion Machinery by in Silico Structural Modeling
Viral genome hide and seek; encapsidation versus host immunity