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About Raymond Larsen

My laboratory uses genetic and biochemical approaches to examine the mechanism by which the cytoplasmic membrane ion electrochemical potential is harnessed to energize the biogenesis and maintenance of the essentially non-energized outer membrane of Gram negative bacteria. Because the outer membrane is the principle interface between the organism and the environment, these studies impact a broad set of biological issues; ranging from ecology to pathogenesis (although the molecular biology and energetics are alone more than sufficient to keep us all very busy).


Present Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Bowling Green State University Biological Sciences


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Phone: 419-372-9559
Office: 431 Life Sciences Building