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Abstract guidelines:

Title (Arial 14, remainder in Arial 11)
Authors (presenting author highlighted)
Abstract text (no figures, 1 page total absolute max, 1/2 page suggested)

Poster guidelines:

Poster size: 4x4 feet

Abstract submissions:
Participant name
Abstract title

Vitor Hugo Balasco Serrão
The Biomolecular cryo-EM Facility at UC Santa Cruz: What Should You Expect?

Philip R. Baldwin
Accurate and Rapid 2-D Class Averages in Single Particle Analysis using Bispectral Invariants

Benjamin Bammes
Optimizing data quality with an event-based direct detector

Avik Biswas
Dissecting the pathways and mechanisms of drug resistance evolution in HIV

Reint Boer Iwema
CTF-determination in Tomo Live: how does it compare to CTFfind?

Giuseppina Briola
Structural studies of the interaction between Ctf18-RFC clamp loader and PCNA via cryo-EM.

Adam Campos
Structural Studies of AMOT-NEDD4L-MERLIN Complexes in Hippo Signaling

Sayan Das
Structural insights into a novel flavivirus using sub-volume extraction and refinement.

José Miguel de la Rosa Trevin
EMhub: a web platform for data management and on-the-fly processing in scientific facilities

Gunnar Eastep
Two distinct archaeal type IV pili structures formed by the same pilin

Jessie Lynda Fields
Uncovering Biofilm Components in Burkholderia cepacia Complex Species Associated with Cystic Fibrosis

Alfredo Jose Florez Ariza
Cryo-EM structure of arrested human RNA polymerase II elongation complex bound to RECQL5 helicase

Tilman Franke
An acquisition and reconstruction pipeline with on-the-fly quality assessment for cryo-electron tomography

Yirui Guo
Utilizing random starting points in 3D classification to extract structural states from molecules with continuous motion

Daniel Hatton
Automated processing pipelines at cryoEM facilities

David Herreros
Advanced deep learning algorithms for enhanced cryoEM image analysis and molecular variability elucidation

Yousuf Khan
The Mechanism of SNARE recycling by a AAA+ supramolecular machine

Daisuke Kihara
Building and Validating Protein and DNA/RNA Structure Models from medium to low resolution cryo-EM Maps

Maxime Killer
Capturing peptide transporters in action

Holger Kohr
Enabling Automation in SPA Data Acquisition with Smart EPU

Lingli Kong
CTFFIND5 provides improved insight into quality, tilt and thickness of TEM samples

Niraj Kumar
Cryo- EM structure of the mycobacterial 70S ribosome in complex with ribosome hibernation promotion factor RafH

Caroline Langley
Papillomavirus cryoEM structures reveal unknown protein density

Hyunwook Lee
Authentic B19 virions purified from human blood have active host proteins bound

Hansol Lee
Cryo-EM structure of human DICER in a cleavage-ready state

Daoyi Li
Helical classification with deep learning

Jiasui Liu

Kyle Messina
Structural Studies of Picornavirus Entry Complexes

Pierre Nottelet
The use of Feret signatures for the characterization of heterogeneous single-particle samples.

Ebere Orji
Cryo ET analysis reveals location of Human Papillomavirus minor capsid protein L2

Zbyszek Otwinowski
Misleading Features of Half-Maps-Based Validation

Junsun Park
Dissecting structural heterogeneity of co-chaperone, and chaperonin TRiC cooperation during the folding cycle

Ariana Peck
Finding the Goldilocks zone with computational denoising

Nikolai Prokhorov
Biophysical and structural characterization of a multifunctional viral genome packaging motor

Shane Rich-New
Hierarchical Assembly of Intrinsically Disordered Short Peptides

Jodi Rodgers
Accelerate Cryo-EM Innovation with Resilient High Performance Storage

Heidi Schubert
Substrate inhibition of a Polyketide Synthase

Notash Shafiei
Characterizing the Synuclein and Tau Structures in Post-Mortem Brains of Lewy Body Dementia Patients

Emmanuel Smith
High-Throughput Single Particle Analysis using the JEOL CRYO ARM

Carlos Oscar Sanchez Sorzano
Advancements in Deep Learning for Single Particle Analysis through Cryo-electron Microscopy

Unveiling Neurodegenerative Diseases in the Human Brain A Cryo-CLEM Pipeline Exploration

Tony Tien
Adapting EM Automation Tools for Designing a Selenium Nanoparticle Forming Enzyme With Improved Size Control

Viraj Upadhye
Cryo-ET and Subtomogram Averaging of the Nipah Virus Matrix Protein Lattice

Peter Van Blerkom
Computational detection and suppression of fiducial nanoparticles post reconstruction to reduce artifacts and improve visual clarity in cryogenic electron tomography datasets

MaKayla Walker
Transformation of Inorganic Nanoparticle Electron Microscopy Analysis

Chuchu Wang
Discovery of a New Binding Partner of the Synaptic Vesicle V-ATPase by Cryo-ET/Cryo-EM

Hui Wang
TomoNet: A streamlined cryoET software pipeline with automatic particle picking on flexible lattices

Rahel Woldeyes
Cryo-electron tomography reveals the structural diversity of cardiac proteins in their cellular context

Min Xu
Unsupervised deep learning for cryo-ET structural pattern mining

Gaya P Yadav
Structural and Computational Insights Drive Potent MTA-Synergic PRMT5 Inhibitor Design Using Cryo-EM

Kexin Zhang
A Better Metric for Template Matching in Cryo-EM Cellular Images

Ye Zhou
nextPYP: a user-friendly and comprehensive solution for single-particle cryo-electron tomography

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