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CHEM 695: Student Seminars

All questions about the course should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

All seminars take place in Room LL16 unless indicated otherwise in the current schedule. Literature/Research seminars are scheduled at 2:30 pm on Thursdays. The departmental seminars are held at 4 pm on Fridays and will be announced by emails from the department. 

Important:

1. All graduate students who have not presented literature seminars by the beginning of the Fall 2017 semester are required to register for the course. Graduate students who present research seminars do not need to register for the course.

2. The title page needs to be filled out by the student and be given to Dr. Ying Li.

3. Please check the current schedule for available dates and send your preferred date(s) for seminars to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

4. Attendance at all seminars, which include literature seminar, research seminar, and departmental seminar, is required to pass the course. Students are required to sign the sign-in sheet available at the beginning of every seminar.

Graduate Students

    Graduate students who are currently enrolled in the Ph.D. program are encouraged to contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for potential projects for Ph.D. dissertations. We are particularly interested in students who can apply concepts and tools from physical sciences to research problems of biological significance. Prospective students should apply to the Ph.D. program offered by the Department of Chemistry at University of Louisville.

Undergraduate Students

    Undergraduate students who are interested in research in the areas of biochemistry and physical chemistry/spectroscopy are encouraged to contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Postdoctoral Scholars

    One opening is currently available. The required qualifications include a Ph.D. in chemistry or biochemistry, or a related field. Applicants with strong interests and background in protein chemistry and/or NMR spectroscopy are encouraged to send CV, a letter of interest and the contact information for three references to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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 Researcher ID: D-1758-2011                


16. Conformational flexibility in the binding surface of the potassium channel blocker Shk [PubMed]
Sher, I., Chang, S. C., Li, Y., Chhabra S., Palmer, A. G., Norton, R. S., and Chill, J. H., ChemBioChem 201416, 2402-2410.

15. Rotation operator propagator for time-varying radiofrequency pulses in NMR spectroscopy: Applications to shaped pulses and pulse trains [PubMed]
Li, Y., Rance, M., and Palmer, A. G.,  J. Magn. Reson. 2014248, 105-114.

14. Mechanism of E-cadherin dimerization probed by NMR relaxation dispersion [PubMed]
Li, Y., Altorelli, N., Bahna, F., Honig, B., Shapiro, L., and Palmer, A. G., Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 2013110, 16462-16467.

13. Narrowing of protein NMR spectral lines broadened by chemical exchange [PubMed
Li, Y., and Palmer, A. G.,  J. Am. Chem. Soc. (Communication) 2010132, 8856-8857. 

12. Comparison of fast backbone dynamics at amide nitrogen and carbonyl sites in dematin headpiece C-terminal domain and its S74E mutant [PubMed]
Vugmeyster, L., Ostrovsky, D., and Li, Y., J. Biomol. NMR 201047, 155-162. 

11. TROSY-selected ZZ-exchange experiment for characterizing slow chemical exchange in large proteins [PubMed]
Li, Y., and Palmer, A. G.,  J. Biomol. NMR 200945, 357-360. 

10. OSR1 joins the mix [doi]
Li, Y., and Palmer, A. G., Domain swapping in the kinase superfamily:  Protein Sci. (Commentary) 200918, 678-681.

 9.  Chemical shift assignment of the transmembrane helices of DsbB, a 20-kDa integral membrane enzyme, by 3D magic-angle spinning NMR spectroscopy [PubMed]
Li, Y., Berthold, D. A., Gennis, R. B., and Rienstra, C. M., . Protein Sci. 200817, 199-204.

 8.  Magic-angle spinning solid-state NMR spectroscopy of Nanodisc-embedded human CYP3A4 [PubMed]
Kijac, A. Z., Li, Y., Sligar, S. G., and Rienstra, C. M., Biochemistry 200746, 13696-13703. 

 7.  Temperature-dependent sensitivity enhancement of solid-state NMR spectra of alpha-synuclein fibrils [PubMed]
Kloepper, K. D., Zhou, D. H., Li, Y., Winter, K. A., George, J. M., and Rienstra, C. M.,  J. Biomol. NMR 200739, 197-211. 

 6.  Partial 13C and 15N chemical-shift assignments of the disulfide-bond-forming enzyme DsbB by 3D magic-angle spinning NMR spectroscopy  [PubMed]
Li, Y., Berthold, D. A., Gennis, R. B., and Rienstra, C. M., ChemBioChem 20078, 434-442. 

 5.  Crystal structure and structural mechanisms of a novel anti-HIV and D-amino acid-containing chemokine [PubMed]
Liu, D., Madani, N., Li, Y., Cao, R., Choi, W. T., Kawatkar, S. P., Lim, M. Y., Kumar S., Dong, C. Z., Wang, J. D. et al., J. Virol. 200781, 11489-11498. 

 4.  Crystal structure of chemically synthesized vMIP-II [PubMed]
Li, Y., Liu, D., Cao, R., Kumar, S., Dong, C.-Z., An, J., Wilson, S. R., Gao, Y.-G., and Huang, Z.,  Proteins 200767, 243-246. 

 3.  Structural analysis of nanoscale self-assembled discoidal lipid bilayers by solid-state NMR spectroscopy [PubMed]
Li, Y., Kijac, A. Z., Sligar, S. G., and Rienstra, C. M., Biophys. J200691, 3819-3828. 

 2. Selective refocusing pulses in magic-angle spinning NMR: Characterization and applications to multi-dimensional protein spectroscopy [PubMed]
Li, Y., Wylie, B. J., and Rienstra, C. M., J. Magn. Reson. 2006179, 206-216.

 1.  Reduction of RF-induced sample heating with a scroll coil resonator structure for solid-state NMR probes [PubMed]
Stringer, J. A., Bronnimann, C. E., Mullen, C. G., Zhou, D. H., Stellfox, S. A., Li, Y., Williams, E. H., and Rienstra, C. M., J. Magn. Reson. 2005173, 40-48.

 

Email

General inquiries about the research group should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The contact information of individual group members can be accessed from the member directory page.

Telephone

Ying Li's Office: (502) 852-5975

Wet Lab: (502) 852-0192

NMR (700 MHz) Room: (502) 852-5995

Postal Mail

Ying Li

Department of Chemistry

University of Louisville

2320 S. Brook Street

Louisville, KY 40208

NAME  POSITION PHONE  OFFICE E-MAIL
 Ying Li  Assistant Professor  (502) 852-5975  CB 150 ying.li.1 at louisville.edu
Ashish Kabra Postdoctoral Researcher  (502) 852-0192  CB 140 ashish.kabra at louisville.edu 
Efsita Rumpa Graduate Student (502) 852-0192 CB 140
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