Prof. Dennis Discher
Biophysical Eng. and Nanobiopolymers Lab

Pseudo colored total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) image of a cell protrusion.

Diego Pantano

PhD in Chemistry, University of Buenos Aires, 2005
MSc in Chemistry, University of Buenos Aires, 2000

email: pantano 'at' sas upenn edu
phone: 215-573-0990
ICMS, Institute for Computational Molecular Science, Temple University



Current Research Interests

Molecular Dynamics (MD). Coarse-grained MD. Normal Mode Analysis.
Neurotransmitter Transporters.
Phase segregation in diblock copolymers mixtures.
Cysteine reactivity as probe of protein structure.

Publications

Pantano DA, Klein ML. Characterization of Membrane-Protein Interactions for the Leucine Transmitter from Aquifex aeolicus by Molecular Dynamics Calculations, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 113:13715-13722 (2009) [Abstract] [pdf]

Pantano DA, Sonoda MT, Skaf MS, Laria D. Solvation of coumarin 314 at water/air interfaces containing anionic surfactants. I. Low coverage. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109:7365-7372 (2005) [Abstract] [pdf]

Pantano DA, Laria D. Molecular dynamics study of solvation of coumarin-314 at the water/air interface. Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 107:2971-2977 (2003) [Abstract] [pdf]

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2010-03-14