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== Cell Central Research Group ==
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Welcome to the web page of the Cell Central Research Team at Marshall University. We are currently in the process of updating our page- Please check back soon for more details.
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==Cell Central==
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===Cell Central Research Group===
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Welcome to the web page of the Cell Central Research Team at Marshall University. We are currently in the process of updating our page. Please feel free to check out our lab web page at
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[http://www.marshall.edu/cellcentral http://www.marshall.edu/cellcentral]
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===Research Interests of our Group Include:===
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Design and Implementation of aptamers to target proteins, Detection of Arsenic in environmental water samples using whole cell bio-sensors, Effects of Arsenic on DNA, novel fluoroquinolone resistance genes in ''S. aureus''.
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Our group also recently formed a spin off biotech company called [http://www.vandaliaresearch.com Vandalia Research].
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===Links===
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[http://mupfc.marshall.edu/~tackett26/research Fluoroquinolone Resistance Project]
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Cell Central

Cell Central Research Group

Welcome to the web page of the Cell Central Research Team at Marshall University. We are currently in the process of updating our page. Please feel free to check out our lab web page at

http://www.marshall.edu/cellcentral

Research Interests of our Group Include:

Design and Implementation of aptamers to target proteins, Detection of Arsenic in environmental water samples using whole cell bio-sensors, Effects of Arsenic on DNA, novel fluoroquinolone resistance genes in S. aureus.

Our group also recently formed a spin off biotech company called Vandalia Research.

Links

Fluoroquinolone Resistance Project