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  • School: School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
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    • 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
    • Organic chemistry students looked at dyes that would have colorfast properties. Colorfast means that color does not fade or wash out when applied. Azodyes were first used in previous years and had sufficient color, but did not show colorfast...
    • Kyle J. Ernzen; Mariah L. Johnson; Brooke A. Johnston; Kylie R. Reising; Olivia R. Rossi
    • Inkodye: The Power of a Photosensitive Dye

    • 2014-02-22
    • South Africa stands as a witness to the power of social movements to creatively engage with an unjust world. Students in the Viterbo University mission seminar Rhythm and Resistance in South Africa have been exploring "sites" of social protest and...
    • Aubrey E. Aspen; Ashley Breu; Marne B. Boehm; Theo Braman; Calista I. Holman; Sela R. Schroeder; Makala A. Teske
    • Site Seeing: A Virtual Tour of Social Protest in South Africa

    • 2018-04-26
    • Psychological skills training (PST) is ""the systematic and consistent practice of mental or psychological skills for the purpose of enhancing performance, increasing enjoyment, or achieving greater sport and physical activity...
    • Sam J. Hadley; Britney L. Hattamer; Chris M. Suilmann
    • Using PST To Regulate Arousal In The Absence Of Chewing Tobacco

    • 2016-04-22
    • 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
    • Wastewater houses hundreds of different microbes in water. Wastewater is found throughout the world and its composition is dependent on the various sources contributing to the wastewater. Phyla, a taxonomic order, can be found using gene sequencing...
    • Austin R. Epping; Mark P. Peterson; Amanda K. Vetsch;
    • Microbial Community in Wastewater

    • 2015-11-06
    • Hypothesis: High Light treated fish will have a better survivability than the fish treated with low light or no light, like the light did with the fruit flies in Begum et al. (2015) study.
    • Mariah L. Johnson; Brooke A. Johnston;
    • Got Fish? The Zebrafish Study

    • 2017-11-10
    • According to the Centers for Disease Control 2014 report, approximately 50% of all marriage end in divorce (Marriage and Divorce, 2014). Many studies thus far have focused on divorce effects of adolescents rather than effects during an individual's...
    • Elissa C. Coady; Erin E. Mulchay; Kayla M. Prew; Allison M. Troyanek
    • Marital Attitudes and Relationship Satisfaction in College Students and Faculty

    • 2015-04-24
    • Invasive Asian carp are becoming a problem in the Mississippi Valley River Basin. This has caused fear that the carp will invade the Great Lakes System and harm the fishing industry by using valuable resources needed by the native species which...
    • Meghan C. Rinehart
    • Synthesis of GD-174 Analog

    • 2012-11-09
    • The Olympics have demonstrated increasing equality in recent decades. The Sydney Olympics were no exception. Not only did the Games recognize Aboriginal culture but also an environmental footprint of the Games. The host offered amazing hospitality...
    • Alissa A. Griswold; Hope E. Sternberg;
    • XXVII Sydney Olympiad: ""Fighting Hate with Love""

    • 2017-11-10
    • Viterbo University seeks to instill in its graduates 5 core Franciscan values: Contemplation, Hospitality, Integrity, Stewardship, and Service. How can Viterbo and its graduates be sure that they are learning and living these values? This project...
    • Shannon M. Foss
    • Creating Survey Instruments of Institutional Core Values

    • 2012-11-09
    • We broke the integers modulo n into three separate cases (with each being a more generalized version than the last) and then tested the ring cases for various forms of atomicity. The first consists of a single prime number raised to the first power...
    • Austin J. Mahlum
    • Generalized Factorization in Z/mZ

    • 2014-11-14
    • Magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) is a phase-contrast MRI based technique that allows quantitative, noninvasive assessment of the mechanical properties of tissues by the introduction of shear waves into the body and measurement of the resulting...
    • Rehman S. Eon; Khang Huynh; David Lake; Armando Manduca
    • A Laplacian-Based SNR Measure: Shear Stiffness Estimation in MR Elastography

    • 2015-04-24
    • AICAR, a counterpart of AMP that energizes AMP- kinase activity, is currently being tested for its ability to work as an immunosuppressant. Whether alone or with PMA and ionomycin, AICAR works to inhibit the production of Interleukin 2 (IL-2). The...
    • Leandra M. Franzen
    • The Effects of AICAR on Jurkat T-cell Interleukin 2 Production

    • 2015-04-24


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