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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Bio-Nano Interfaces and Engineering Applications
Presentation Title Computational Design of Biological-Inorganic Materials from the Nanoscale
Author(s) Hendrik Heinz
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Hendrik Heinz
Abstract Scope The mechanism of specific adsorption of bio-macromolecules onto metallic and oxidic nanostructures will be explained in atomic resolution resulting from simulations with novel force fields and surface models in comparison to measurements. As an example, variations in peptide adsorption on Pd and Pt nanoparticles depending on shape, size, and location of peptides on specific bounding facets are determined by soft epitaxial processes and induced charges. 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 adsorption isotherms. The results demonstrate how new computational methods can support the design of structured hydrogels, nanoparticle carriers for drug release, and the understanding of calcification mechanisms in the human body. The main features of the INTERFACE force field for accurate simulations of inorganic/organic and inorganic/biological interfaces will be discussed.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

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A Bone-mimetic 3D Metastasis Cancer Tumor Model
Atomistic Simulations of the Interaction of Gold Surfaces and Nanoparticles with Amyloidogenic Proteins and Peptides
Bio-inspired Syntheses of Self-cleaning Coatings and Oil-water Separation Interfaces by Atmospheric Pressure Plasma and Freeze Casting Techniques
Bio-Nano-Technology toward Smart Interfaces and Functional Hybrid Materials
Characteristics of von Willebrand Factor Adhesion on Collagen Surface under Flow
Characterization of Solid-supported Thin Films and Molecular Interactions Using Multi-parametric Surface Plasmon Resonance
Computational Design of Biological-Inorganic Materials from the Nanoscale
Computational Models of Peptide-Surface Interactions Drawn from Bacterial Display Studies
Designing Peptides with Antimicrobial Properties using Rules of Induction
Early Study on Surface Nano-engineering of Endovascular Zinc Implants and Resulting Effects on Biodegradation and Biocompatiblity
Engineered Bio-Nano Interfaces of Titanium Biomedical Implants
Engineering Hydrogels with Bioactive Nanomaterials for Bone Regeneration Applications
Engineering Lactate Oxidases with Metal Binding Peptides towards Lactate Monitoring
Engineering Solid Binding Proteins to Control Functional Nanostructure Assembly, Solid Interactions and Inorganic Mineralization
Formation of Planer Lipid Bilayers on 2D Materials Assisted by Self-assembled Peptides
H-6: Development of Functional Peptides with β-sheet Structures for the Self-assembly on Two-dimensional Materials
H-7: Regeneration Sands Foundry for Deterioration Bacterial in Industrial Scale
Interfaces Drive the Mechanics of Hard Biological Materials: Discrete Element Models and Bioinspired Prototypes
Interfacing Biomolecules with Nanomaterials: Structure and Function at the Atomic-scale
Interfacing Freeze-Cast Biopolymer Scaffolds with Tissue In Vivo: Effects of Composition and Structure on Integration and Degradation
Materials Construction through Peptide Design and Solution Assembly
Modeling of Nanocomposite Scaffolds and Interfacial Behavior during Tissue Regeneration and Scaffold Degradation: A Multiscale Mechanics Approach
Modulation of Antimicrobial Peptide Activity at the Medical Implant Interface through Chimeric Peptide Spacer Design
Multidimensional Atomic Force Microscopy for Physical and Biological Interfaces: Seeing the Invisible and Feeling the Insensible?
Nanometrically Smooth Ultrafine Grained Titanium Alloy Surfaces
Nanostructured Surfaces for Dental Implant Applications
Novel Gyratory Processes to Manufacture Bionanointerfaces
Peptide Enabled Addressable Immobilization of Kinetically Matched Fusion Enzymes in Membrane Flow Bioreactors
Principles of Molecular Biomimetics versus Materials Science and Engineering
Silica Nanostructured Platform for Affinity Capture of Tumor-Derived Exosomes
Solution Plasma Materials Processing from Natural Products
The Role of Silica in Composite Materials for Bioengineering Applications Including Bone Regeneration and Cell Based Therapies- The Importance of the Interface
Toughness-Enhancing Linear Metastructure in the Recluse Spider’s Nanoribbon Silk

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