Sai Madhuri Indurthi has recently been published in Microbiology. Read the abstract for the article here. Congratulations, Sai, on your wonderful accomplishment!
Mani Salarian recently published a paper titled “Prostate-specific membran antigen targeted protein contrast agents for molecular imaging of prostate cancer by MRI” in the peer reviewed journal Nanoscale, which focuses on the areas of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Salarian is a co-first author on the paper. Dr. Jenny Yang served as supervisor. Congratulations, Mani!
GSU student Jitto Titus had the privilege to attend the Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 2015 conference where he was able to present a poster titled “Minimally Invasive Spectroscopic Screening for Colitis”. His research in this interdisciplinary area was a collaboration between Dr. Unil Perera’s lab from the Physics Department and Dr. Didier Merlin’s lab… more »
Crystallographic and spectroscopic snapshots reveal a dehydrogenase in action
ABSTRACT Aldehydes are ubiquitous intermediates in metabolic pathways, and their innate reactivity can often make them quite unstable. There are several aldehydic intermediates in the metabolic pathway for tryptophan degradation which can decay into neuroactive compounds that have been associated with numerous neurological diseases. An enzyme… more »
MBD Fellows Seminar Series
Special Guest Speaker: Brandy Nagel-Stanfield
Marketing and Program Manager
Georgia Tech VentureLab
“LinkedIn or Locked Out”
Date: Thursday, December 4, 2014, 11:30 AM
Location: 124 Petit Science Center
All are Welcome
The Crimson Conundrum: Heme Toxicity and Tolerance in GAS
The massive erythrocyte lysis caused by the Group A Streptococcus (GAS) suggests that the β-hemolytic pathogen is likely to encounter free heme during the course of infection. In this study, we investigated GAS mechanisms for heme sensing and tolerance. We compared the minimal inhibitory concentration… more »