Faculty mentor: Jessica Kramer
The goal of this research was to create a method of attaching synthetically created versions of mucins to the surface of cells. This attachment site will be a genetically modified form of the natural mucin, so it will be able to maintain cellular communication. This attachment site has shown to be accurately expressed in mammalian cells through both fluorescence microscopy and western blot analysis.
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