During Graduate and Undergraduate Research Showcase, April 11, 2014, undergraduate chemistry and biochemistry students presented their posters (from left: Emily Colward, Owen Price, Tanner Tripp, Jeffrey VonGermeten)


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*Vaccine candidate against Shigella
The Dickenson lab has recently published a collaborative work developing and characterizing a novel fusion protein vaccine candidate against Shigella.

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*Homologous recombination
A new paper from the Antony lab published in the Journal of Molecular Biology describes how the cells regulate a DNA process called homologous recombination.

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*NSF funded reserch...
Angeline Wairegi and David Farrelly, in collaboration with researchers in California, England and France, have published an article in Physical Review Letters which helps elucidate the physical...

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*Potential target for small molecule intervention
In collaboration with Oklahoma State University, the Dickenson lab has characterized an important step in Shigella type three secretion system maturation, providing a potential target for small...

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*Binding sites of pharmaceutical agent
USU researcher teams with group from Democratic Republic of Congo to identify binding sites of pharmaceutical agent.

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*Circular double-helix
The Bodyrev's lab in collaboration with the team from Germany has predicted an unusual Li90P90 nanotoroid, which possesses a circular double-helix structure that resembles the Watson–Crick DNA.

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