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  • Summary of Work: oxidative
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    • Transcriptional control is critical for protein expression and function. There are a host of transcription regulator proteins that allow organisms to effectively respond to a host of environmental stressors and conditions. Metals act as cofactors...
    • Elizabeth C. Eckert; Kaila M. Schoenberger
    • YdfL: A proposed efflux regulator of YdfM

    • 2012-11-09
    • Transcriptional control is critical for protein expression and function. There are a host of transcription regulator proteins that allow organisms to effectively respond to a host of environmental stressors and conditions. Metals act as cofactors...
    • Elizabeth C. Eckert; Kaila M. Schoenberger
    • YdfL: A proposed efflux regulator of YdfM

    • 2012-11-09
    • Transcriptional control is a crucial component for cells as they respond to various changes within their environment. Assemblages of transcription regulator proteins mediate this response and allow organisms to effectively respond to a multitude of...
    • William R. Jeffries
    • YdfL: A proposed efflux regulator of YdfM

    • 2014-11-14
    • Metal ion homeostasis is a critical component of all cellular life. Metals act as cofactors for many essential enzymes; yet, in excess, metals can cause oxidative stress and cell death. In order to further understand metal ion homeostasis,...
    • Matthew A. Baertlein; Erin E. Isaacson; William R. Jeffries; Kaila M. Schoenberger; Cullen R. Vos;
    • Characterization of Mn(II) Homeostasis Within Bacillus subtilis

    • 2016-04-22
    • Zinc functions as an antioxidant, and its antioxidant effects have been of great scientific interest. Many studies have accumulated data about the mechanism behind these effects. The purpose of this study was to better understand and identify these...
    • Anthony M. Steinke
    • A Review of the Mechanisms Behind The Antioxidant Properties of Zinc

    • 2016-04-22
    • Metal ion homeostasis is a critical component of all cellular life. Metals act as cofactors for many essential enzymes; yet, in excess, metals can cause oxidative stress and cell death. In order to further understand metal ion homeostasis,...
    • Cullen R. Vos
    • Characterization of Mn(II) Efflux in Bacillus subtilis

    • 2016-04-22
    • The link between the intake of nuts and health have been studied with epidemiological and interventional studies showing a link to reducing the risk of coronary heart disease and diabetes while promoting healthy body weights. Consuming nuts for...
    • Haley J. Petges
    • Pistachios Consumption Related to Insulin Sensitivity

    • 2017-04-26

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