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# Post-trancriptional modifications in RNA
# Post-trancriptional modifications in RNA
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** Damaging environmental effects on RNA
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## Damaging environmental effects on RNA
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** Functional/intentional modifications for fine-tuning of regulatory RNA structure
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## Functional/intentional modifications for fine-tuning of regulatory RNA structure
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** Development of tools for studying modified RNAs ''in vivo''
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## Development of tools for studying modified RNAs ''in vivo''
# Thermodynamics of RNA-protein interactions  
# Thermodynamics of RNA-protein interactions  
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** Free volume signatures for cooperativity in RNA chaperones
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## Free volume signatures for cooperativity in RNA chaperones
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** Mechanisms of specificity and affinity in engineered proteins
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## Mechanisms of specificity and affinity in engineered proteins
==Publications==
==Publications==

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Kevin Baldridge (an artistic interpretation)
Kevin Baldridge (an artistic interpretation)
  • Kevin Baldridge
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • Cockrell School of Engineering
  • McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering
  • 200 E Dean Keeton St. Stop C0400
  • Austin, Texas 78712-1589
  • CPE 3.474 / tel: (512) 471-5014 / fax: (512) 475-7824
  • Email me through OpenWetWare

I work in the Contreras & Sanchez groups at The University of Texas at Austin. I learned about OpenWetWare from registration required for class, and I've joined to contribute to general scientific knowledge, and as part of requirement for a course.

Education

  • In Progress, PhD Chemical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin
  • 2011, BS Chemical Engineering, University of Kentucky
    • Specialization in Biopharmaceutical Engineering

Research interests

  1. Post-trancriptional modifications in RNA
    1. Damaging environmental effects on RNA
    2. Functional/intentional modifications for fine-tuning of regulatory RNA structure
    3. Development of tools for studying modified RNAs in vivo
  2. Thermodynamics of RNA-protein interactions
    1. Free volume signatures for cooperativity in RNA chaperones
    2. Mechanisms of specificity and affinity in engineered proteins

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