- Dr. Nathan Alder’s Research Featured in UConn TodayResearchers Explore Potential Treatment for Mitochondrial Diseases UConn researchers are studying a group of compounds that could protect mitochondria in ways that might prevent devastating illnesses like muscular dystrophy and ALS. (Getty Images) May 28, 2020 - Kim Krieger - UConn Communications Huntington’s. Parkinson’s. Muscular dystrophy. Lou Gehrig’s. These diseases share a common cause that devastatingly robs […]Posted on May 28, 2020
- Congratulations MCB SURF Award Winners!The following MCB Undergraduate students received 2020 Summer Undergraduate Research Fund awards in support of their summer undergraduate research projects. All SURF projects will be pursued remotely this summer in accordance with restrictions on undergraduate research due to COVID-19. Please note that the project titles listed reflect the original projects proposed. Akriti Bhattarai '21 (Molecular […]Posted on May 21, 2020
- Professor Gogarten Receives 2020 Mentorship Excellence AwardDr. Gogarten has been selected as one of this year’s recipients of the faculty Mentorship Excellence Award, in recognition of his outstanding mentorship of undergraduate researchers. He was selected from a very strong group of nominees by a committee of Peer Research Ambassadors in the Office of Undergraduate Research. The undergraduate mentee who nominated him cited […]Posted on April 29, 2020
- MCB Undergraduates Among Spring 2020 UConn IDEA Grant RecipientsElena Haarer ’21, Mehreen Pasha ’22, Vinayak Mishra ’21, and Elisabeth Rothman ’21 are among the 33 students who have been awarded UConn IDEA Grants to support 2020-21 academic year projects. Elena Haarer ’21 - The Nuclear Option: Exploring Actin Cytoskeletal Functions in Cellular Aging Processes Mehreen Pasha ’22 - When Problems Become Solutions: Adapting […]Posted on April 28, 2020
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Regulation of PKR by Epstein-Barr virus EBER1 RNA
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Royal Society Open Science
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Mass spectrometry searches using MASST
Functional and structural basis of E. coli enolase inhibition by SF2312: a mimic of the carbanion intermediate.
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Diverse deep-sea anglerfishes share a genetically reduced luminous symbiont that is acquired from the environment.
Ambient pH alters the protein content of outer membrane vesicles, driving host development in a beneficial symbiosis.
Journal of Bacteriology
Persistent symbiont colonization leads to a maturation of hemocyte response in the Euprymna scolopes/Vibrio fischeri symbiosis.
Oligomerization of RIG-I and MDA5 2CARD Domains
NMR mapping of disordered segments for a viral scaffolding protein enclosed in a 23 MDa procapsid