Biochemistry

Toxicity testing for five different newly synthesized organic compounds.

Author(s) Phuong Luong Faculty Mentor(s) Carin Thomas (Chemistry) Abstract Mouse liver cells have been utilized in pharmaceutical industry for their vital role of determining the toxicity of chemicals that may be used as novel treatments in disease. Five newly synthesized organic compounds, obtained from Dr.… Read More »Toxicity testing for five different newly synthesized organic compounds.

The development of cell culture techniques to investigate the role of Emx2 in neocortical arealization

Author(s) Brett Vagt Faculty Mentor(s) Todd Kroll (Chemistry) Abstract The neocortex is a structure unique to mammalian brains and mediates conscious thoughts and actions. This structure contains four primary areas that processes discrete types of information: motor output and auditory, visual, and somatosensory (touch) input.… Read More »The development of cell culture techniques to investigate the role of Emx2 in neocortical arealization