Hanyong Peng et al. report on design and operation of DNA nanomachine for cell imaging.
A microRNA-initiated DNAzyme motor operating in living cells.
, 8: 14378 (2017). doi: 10.1038/ncomms14378.
Global News Edmonton Health Matters
Su-Ling Goh reports (February 28, 2017):
“Molecular machines could change cancer detection”
University of Alberta Ross Neitz reports (February 28, 2017):
“How molecular machines may drive the future of disease detection and drug delivery”
Collaborator Dr. Hailin Wang et al. discover that RecA utilizes its DNA binding-dependent ATPase activity to remodel the nucleofilaments and to promote homologous recombination in maintaining genomic integrity.
ATPase activity tightly regulates RecA nucleofilaments to promote homologous recombination.
, 3, 16053 (2017). doi:10.1038/celldisc.2016.53
Xiaowen Yan et al. publish in Angewandte Chemie International Edition, demonstrating the capture and identification of arsenic-binding proteins from live cells.
p-Azidophenylarsenoxide: An arsenical "bait" for the in-situ capture and identification of cellular arsenic-binding proteins.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition
, 55, 14051-14056 (2016).
Dr. Chris Le edited an Arsenic Special Issue
of the Journal of Environmental Sciences. The special issue
honors Dr. William R. Cullen
for his outstanding contributions to arsenic research.
Journal of Environmental Sciences
, 2016, volume 49, pages 1-232.
Birget Moe et al. publish in the Arsenic Special Issue of the Journal of Environmental Sciences, comparing cytotoxicity of 14 methylated and thiolated arsenic species.
Comparative cytotoxicity of fourteen trivalent and pentavalent arsenic species determined using real-time cell sensing.
Journal of Environmental Sciences
, 49, 113-124 (2016).
Aleksandra Popowich et al. review the mystery of arsenobetaine, published in National Science Review.
Arsenobetaine: The ongoing mystery.
National Science Review
, 3 (4), 451-458 (2016).
Qingqing Liu et al. publish in Environmental Health Perspectives, revealing arsenic metabolites in chicken meat.
Arsenic species in chicken breast: temporal variations of metabolites, elimination kinetics, and residual concentrations.
Environmental Health Perspectives
, 124 (8), 1174- 1181 (2016).
Qingqing Liu et al. study accumulation and transport of Roxarsone, arsenobetaine, and inorganic arsenic using Caco-2 cells, published in Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
Accumulation and transport of Roxarsone, arsenobetaine, and inorganic arsenic using the human immortalized Caco-2 cell line.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
, 64 (46), 8902-8908 (2016).
Congratulations to Qingqing Liu, who successfully completed her PhD program in November 2016.
Congratulations to Ashley Newbigging, who received an CIHR Frederick Banting and Charles Best Graduate Scholarship (CGS-D), 2016-2019.
Congratulations to Lily Sun, who received the Best Poster presentation Award at the 49th Annual Summer Research Day, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta, October 15, 2016.
Congratulations to Jeffrey Tao, who received the Best Poster presentation Award at the 49th Annual Summer Research Day, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta, October 15, 2016.
Qi Zhang et al. publish in Molecular Pharmaceutics, describing polymeric micelles for the delivery of arsenic to breast cancer cells.
Terpolymer micelles for the delivery of arsenic to breast cancer cells: The effect of chain sequence on polymeric micellar characteristics and cancer cell uptake.
, 13 (12), 4021-4033 (2016).
Congratulations to Qi Zhang, who successfully completed her PhD program in June 2016.
Congratulations to Rebecca Paliwoda, who received a Mary Louise Imrie Graduate Student Award, from the University of Alberta.
Congratulations to Aleksandra Popowich, who received the Jean Cooley Graduate Scholarship in Analytical Chemistry, from the University of Alberta.
Congratulations to Michael Reid, who received the Best Poster Presentation Award, at the 2016 Canada China Analytical Chemistry Conference.
Congratulations to Qingqing Liu, who received a DynaLife Publication Prize, from the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, University of Alberta.
Analytical and Environmental Toxicology Seminar Series replaced the former Environmental Health Sciences Seminar Series
Formely Environmental Health Sciences Seminar Series
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: 10-120 Clinical Sciences Building