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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Bio-nano Interfaces and Engineering Applications Symposium
Presentation Title Discovery of Biomaterials by Simulation and Experiment: Catalysts, Composites, and Therapeutics
Author(s) Hendrik Heinz
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Hendrik Heinz
Abstract Scope The discovery of novel functional materials remains largely driven by tedious trial-and-error studies, whereby the rational understanding and design using modeling and simulation play an increased role thanks to more affordable computing resources. This talk surveys modeling techniques and their capabilities at the 1 to 1000 nanometer scale, describing molecular recognition mechanisms on metals, oxides, and biominerals (apatites). Applications to nanocrystal growth, catalyst design, composites, and therapeutics are shown. To support such applications, the mechanism of specific adsorption of polymers and biomacromolecules onto metallic and oxidic nanostructures will be described in atomic detail resulting from simulations with novel force fields and surface models in comparison to measurements (Figure 1). On oxidic nanoparticles such as silica and apatites, it is shown how changes in pH lead to similarity scores of attracted peptides lower than 20%, supported by model surfaces of appropriate surface chemistry and data from adsorption isotherms and crystal growth.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Publication Outside of TMS (Indicate publication title and publisher if known.)

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Bioconjugated Nanoparticle Imaging Probes for Molecular Imaging with Computed Tomography
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Chemically Functionalised Graphene FET with Double Conductance Minima for the Label-free Sensing of Exosomes
Computational Study of Selective Adsorption of Peptides on MoS2 Surface
Connecting Biology and Electronics with Protons: From Ion Channels to Cells
Development of FRET Biosensor Based on Aptamer/Functionalized Graphene for Ultrasensitive Detection of Bisphenol A and Discrimination from Analogues
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Effects of Hydration and Mineralization on the Mechanical Behavior of Collagen Fibrils
Investigating the Interaction of Amyloidogenic Proteins with Inorganic Surfaces, Nanoparticles and Biomolecules by Atomistic Simulations
Modeling the Mechanics of Cancer Cells on Tissue Engineering Substrates
Nanoclay Based Tissue Engineering Scaffolds for Mimicking Biointerfaces in Mesenchymal to Epithelial Transision of Prostate and Breast Cancer Metastasis to Bone
Nanoparticles-grafted Functionalized Graphene Coated with Nanostructured Polyaniline Layered Nanocomposites for High-performance Biosensors
Nanoscale Structure and Properties of Biomaterials
New Antimicrobial Peptides Generated through Genetic Algorithm Approach Using Chemical Property Based Cross-over 
Oligopeptides and Recombinamers at Surfaces and Interfaces to Address Oral Infections
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Self-assembled Formate Dehydrogenase-metal Nanoparticle Hybrids Improved Enzyme Stability
Single Molecular Imaging of Fluorescent-tagged Peptides Diffusing on a Surface of Boron Nitride
Smart Biomaterials for MoS2 and Gold Mining
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Transmission Synchrotron X-ray Tomography and Nano-indentation Measurements for the Investigation of the Teeth Microstructure of Dinosaurs
Transparent Titanium Dioxide Nanotubes: Processing, Characterization, and Application in Establishing Cellular Response Mechanisms
Use of Nanostructured Diamond in Medical Device Applications

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