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phone: 203-254-4000 ext. 2847
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Anti-biofilm activity of a self-aggregating peptide against Streptococcus mutans
Frontiers in Microbiology (2017)
Julia Ansari, Nabil M. Abraham, Jenna Massaro, Kelsey Murphy, et al.
Streptococcus mutans is the primary agent of dental cavities, in large part due to its ability to adhere to teeth ...
Bring Your Own Device: A Digital Notebook for Undergraduate Biochemistry ...
Journal of Chemical Education (2017)
Aaron R. VanDyke and Jillian E. Smith-Carpenter
The majority of undergraduates own a smartphone, yet fewer than half view it as a valuable learning technology. Consequently, a ...
Defining the Dynamic Conformational Networks of Cross-β Peptide Assembly
Israel Journal of Chemistry (2015)
Jillian E. Smith-Carpenter, Chen Liang, Michael Tseng, Noel Li, et al.
Structurally defined cross-β assemblies have allowed for the development of basis sets for isotope-edited infrared spectra to follow progressive assembly ...
Effect of sequence and metal ions on UVB-induced anti cyclobutane ...
Nucleic Acids Research (2014)
Jillian E. Smith-Carpenter, Chen Lu and John-Stephen Taylor
Irradiation of G-quadruplex forming human telomeric DNA with ultraviolet B (UVB) light results in the formation of anti cyclobutane pyrimidine ...
Kinetic intermediates in amyloid assembly
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014)
Chen Liang, Rong Ni, Jillian E. Smith-Carpenter, W. Seth Childers, et al.
In contrast to an expected Ostwald-like ripening of amyloid assemblies, the nucleating core of the Dutch mutant of the Aβ ...
Imaging mRNA expression levels in living cells with PNA· DNA ...
Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry (2013)
Zhenghui Wang, Ke Zhang, Yuefei Shen, Jillian E. Smith-Carpenter, et al.
Optical imaging of gene expression through the use of fluorescent antisense probes targeted to the mRNA has been an area ...