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  • Next-Gen Gene Sequencing

    Next-Gen Gene Sequencing

    By Mason Jones
    Published: June 25, 2012

    Next-generation genome analysis technology enables biologist Christopher Sullivan to study how viruses replicate and cause tumors in new ways. Sullivan is an assistant professor in Molecular Genetics and Microbiology. His lab studies how viruses interact with the host RNAi machineries to replicate, induce tumors, and cause pathogenesis.

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      Penna said on July 7, 2012 at 8:19 a.m.
      Hi Christopher Sullivan, a good friend of mine suffered from cancer... though he was treated before it was too late but had to suffer many side-effects from it... This made me wonder how cancer can affect a healthy in y tumors get formed.. Nice work.. I hope your research can conclusively prove the reason y cancerous tissues are formed inside body..
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      Lauro said on June 28, 2012 at 7:15 p.m.
      Nice equipment, I bet it was expensive. What happened to my worm project huh? Huh?