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Professor Gehrke's research interests center on the pathogenesis of RNA viruses and on RNA structure function. In an effort to understand the functional significance of RNA structure and RNA-protein interactions in messenger RNA translation, virus replication, and virus assembly, Professor Gehrke studies the replication and assembly of viruses that use RNA as their genetic material. His research has led to the molecular identification of amino acids and nucleotide sequences that are crucial for forming RNA-protein interactions. Moreover, his research also suggests the shape of conformation of the molecules changes upon binding.
|HST 010/011 - FA 2015 - Human Functional Anatomy||Human Functional Anatomy|
|HST S47 - JA 2015 - Special Subject: Construction Sets for Health: Affordable Care Solutions||Special Subject: Construction Sets for Health: Affordable Care Solutions|
|HST S49 - SP 2015 - Maker Lab: Creating Technologies to Re-invent Health Care||Maker Lab: Creating Technologies to Re-invent Health Care|
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