Symposium

Program

Program
November 27, Friday
Time Program
10:30~11:30 Registration
11:30~12:30 Lunch and Discussion
12:30~12:35 Welcome Address
12:35~12:40 Awarding Ceremony
12:40~14:15 Session 1
12:40~12:50 Seokhee Kim
(Seoul National University)
Topological diversity of macrocyclic peptides containing omega-ester crosslinks
12:50~13:00 HakJoong Kim
(Korea University)
Distinctive roles of two acinetobactin isomers in challenging the host nutritional immunity
13:00~13:10 Hyun-Suk Lim
(Pohang University of Science and Technology)
Targeted Degradation of Transcription Coactivator SRC-1 through the N-Degron Pathway
13:10~13:20 Yangmee Kim
(Konkuk University)
Development of a novel short 12-meric papiliocin-derived peptide that is effective against Gram-negative sepsis
13:20~13:30 Yong-Bum Lim
(Yonsei University)
Slow-Motion Self-Assembly: Access to Intermediates with Heterochiral Peptides to Gain Control over Alignment Media Development
13:30~13:40 Hong Gi Kim
(Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology)
A novel rapid detection for SARS-CoV-2 spike 1 antigens using human angiotensin converting enzyme 2 (ACE2)
13:40~13:50 Yan Lee
(Seoul National University)

pH-Responsive Cell Penetrating Peptide Dimers for

Selective  Delivery of  Anticancer Drugs at Low Concentrations    

13:50~14:00 Yoon-Sik Lee
(Seoul National University)
Redox-Active Tyrosine-Mediated Peptide Template for Large-Scale Single-Crystalline Two-Dimensional Silver Nanosheets
14:15~14:40 Coffee Break
14:40~16:05 Session II
14:40~14:50 Jaehoon Yu
(Seoul National University)
Proline Hinged Amphipathic α‑Helical Peptide Sensitizes Gram- Negative Bacteria to Various Gram-Positive Antibiotics
14:50~15:05 Sunbum Kwon
(Chung-Ang University)
Ribosomal Incorporation of Aromatic Oligoamides as Peptide Sidechain Appendages
15:05~15:15 Byeong Moon Kim
(Seoul National University)
Chemoselective Protein Bioconjugation through Sulfate Click Reaction
15:15~15:25 Soo Hyuk Choi
(Yonsei University)
Coexistence of Left- and Right-Handed 12/10-Mixed Helices in Cyclically Constrained ‑Peptides and Directed Formation of Single-Handed Helices upon Site-Specific Methylation
15:25~15:35 jeong Kyu Bang
(Korea Basis Science Institute)
Development of a Polo Like Kinase1 Polo-Box Domain Inhibitor as a Tumor Growth Suppressor in Mice Model
15:35~15:45 Jiwon Seo
(Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology)
Helicity modulation improves selectivity of antimicrobial peptoids
15:45:~15:55 Chul Won Lee
(Chonnam National University)

Structure and antifungal activity of pelgipeptin cyclic            

lipopeptides from Paenibacillus elgii against phytopathogenic fungi

15:55~16:05 Bong-Jin Lee
(Seoul National University)
Structural and Functional Study of the Klebsiella pneumoniae VapBC Toxin-Antitoxin System, Including the Development of an Inhibitor That Activates VapC
16:05~16:20 Coffee Break
16:20~17:35 Session III
16:20~16:30 Seung R. Paik
(Seoul National University)
Ultra-Thin Free-Floating Carbon Nanotube/Gold Nanoparticle Hybrid Film Prepared with Self-Assembly Protein of -Synuclein
16:30~16:45 HyunJin Kim
(Inhal University)
Intravenous brain delivery of antisense oligonucleotides across the blood-brain barrier with a glucose-installed polymeric micelle
16:45~16:55 Bong-Hyun Jun
(Konkukl University)
Enzyme-amplified SERS immunoassay with Ag-Au bimetallic SERS hot spots
16:55~17:05 Young Ho Jeon
(Korea University)
Structural Insight into the Interaction of AIMP2-DX2 with tumor-related proteins
17:05~17:15 Youngwon Jung
(Korea)
Client proximity enhancement inside cellular membrane-less compartments governed by client-compartment interactions
17:15~17:25 YoungSoo Kim
(Yonsei University)
Alzheimer drug discovery targeting synthetic parallel and anti-parallel amyloid dimers
17:25~17:35 WoonJu Song
(Seoul National University)
Unveiling Electrostatic Interactions in the Folding of β-Barrel Outer Membrane Protein
17:35~17:40 Closing Remark
17:40~18:00 Photo Session
Banquet
November 28, Saturday
10:00~11:00 KPPS Board Meeting
11:00~12:30 KPPS Genernal Meeting and Discussion
12:30~12:40 Closing
Closing