Undergraduate Research Symposium 2018

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  • Walker, Taylor (2018-04)
    Genetic causes are implicated in the mechanisms of certain diseases that disproportionately affect African Americans. Yet, geneticists' general consensus is that genetic variability does not fall along phenotypic, or ...

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  • Cheng, Claire (2018-04)
    Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is a condition that affects 20-25% of adults worldwide. MetS is highly related to central obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. A Western diet high in fat and added sugar may ...

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  • George, Rohi; Sweedler, Jonathan V. (2018-04)
    Peptidomics is the complete quantitative and qualitative analysis of endogenous peptides in a biological sample. The total protein content is an important analytical task for peptidomics as it allows for the determination ...

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  • Afreen, Hajera; Ge, Yaming; Turgeon, Aurora; Flaws, Jodi; Tolson, Tamia (2018-04)
    Primordial germ cells (PGCs) are a population of cells that will ultimately differentiate into the organism’s sex cells. Their distinctiveness from somatic cells stems from the maintenance of pluripotency much longer than ...

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  • Afreen, Hajera; Ge, Yaming; Turgeon, Aurora; Flaws, Jodi; Tolson, Tamia (2018-04)
    Primordial germ cells (PGCs) are a population of cells that will ultimately differentiate into the organism’s sex cells. Their distinctiveness from somatic cells stems from the maintenance of pluripotency much longer than ...

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