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Terhune Laboratory - News


Tarin Bigley, member of the Terhune lab and MSTP student, has been awarded a NIH F31 fellowship for the project entitled "Role of CMV kinase in regulating infection of ESC-derived neuroprogenitor cells".



The article, Ubiquitin and ubiquitin-modified proteins activate the Pseudomonas aeruginosa T3SS cytotoxin ExoU was selected by Faculty of 1000.  The selection of the paper puts it in the top 2% of published papers in biology and medicine.  The F1000 faculty evaluator described the impact of the article as providing "the first description of a bacterial enzyme using ubiquitin as an activator."

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