- Dr. Kat Milligan-Mhyre featured in Indigenous at UConn VideoMCB Assistant Professor, Kat Milligan-Myhre was featured in a recent video, Indigenous at UConn, created by UConn Native American Cultural Programs. In the video, Milligan-Mhyre speaks about both her culture and her science.Posted on December 2, 2020
- “Honk if you Love Squid” MCB’s Sarah McAnulty and her Squidmobile Get NoticedAssistant Research Professor, Sarah McAnulty, was recently featured in an article, "When you text the Squidmobile, this Fishtown scientist texts back squid words of wisdom" in the Philadelphia Inquirer. When squid biologist Sarah McAnulty decided to cover her Toyota RAV4 with paintings of squid and write the words “WANT A SQUID FACT? Text 9-RUNG-SQUID” on […]Posted on November 30, 2020
- Alder Research Group Receives Multiple Grant AwardsThe Alder Lab, Nathan Alder PI, was recently awarded three substantial grants. The first, a grant from the National Institute on Aging, (R01AG065879), "First-in-class Peptide Therapeutics for Mitochondrial Disorders: Molecular Mechanism of Action and Optimization of Design." This five-year R01 for $2.5M is focused on investigating the molecular basis by which mitochondria-targeted peptide compounds interact […]Posted on October 28, 2020
- MCB Assistant Research Professor, Sarah McAnulty Featured in Connecticut MagazineConnecticut Magazine’s November 2020 issue features Sarah McAnulty’s Skype A Scientist in their article, A UConn biologist is using technology to bring scientists into the classroom Read Article in Connecticut MagazinePosted on October 27, 2020
- MCB Successfully Finds New Classroom Solutions to Keep Students Safe During the Pandemic.Professors, graduate assistants and support staff have made significant adjustments to courses, preparing multiple lesson plans to meet the needs of in-person and distance learners. Story in UConn TodayPosted on October 22, 2020
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An apparatus for rapid and nondestructive comparasin of masks and respirators
Rev. Sci. Instrum.
Biocompatible Cantilevers for Mechanical Characterization of Zebrafish Embryos using Image Analysis
Draft Genome Sequence of Spiroplasma platyhelix ATCC 51748,isolated from a Dragonfly.
Microbiol. Res. Announc.
A genomic catalog of Earth’s microbiomes.
Development and patterning of rib primordia are dependent on associated musculature.
The mitochondria-targeted peptide SS-31 binds lipid bilayers and modulates surface electrostatics as a key component of its mechanism of action.
Journal of Biological Chemistry
Keeping it together: structures, functions, and applications of viral decoration proteins
Broadening Participation in Scientific Conferences during the Era of Social Distancing
Trends in Microbiology
Cycloheximide-Producing Streptomyces Associated With Xyleborinus saxesenii and Xyleborus affinis Fungus-Farming Ambrosia Beetles
Mutant ACVR1 arrests glial cell differentiation to drive tumorigenesis in pediatric gliomas.
Late-onset megaconial myopathy in mice lacking group I Paks
Response to comment on 'Palovarotene reduces heterotopic ossification in juvenile FOP mice but exhibits pronounced skeletal toxicity.”
Adding SNX to the mix: SNX9 drives filopodia biogenesis.
J Cell Biol
Structural and dynamic asymmetry in icosahedrally symmetric virus capsids.
Curr Opin Virol
Editorial overview: Hidden players: microbes reshape the insect niche.
Curr Opin Insect Sci
Markov State Model of Lassa Virus Nucleoprotein Reveals Large Structural Changes during the Trimer to Monomer Transition
WHIMP links the actin nucleation machinery to Src-family kinase signaling during protrusion and motility
Regulation of PKR by Epstein-Barr virus EBER1 RNA
Evolutionary signal in the gut microbiomes of 74 bird species from Equatorial Guinea