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Research being conducted in MSU's Transgenic and Genome Editing Facility. MSU-TGEF collaborates with researchers to develop transgenic and genome edited organisms by providing support at all stages of the genome editing work process from target strategy to generation of transgenic systems

 

Research being conducted at MSU-TGEF to develop transgenic and genome edited organisms.
Students performing experiments in MSU's Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering
Schematic showing diverse ENM interactions with a bilayer lipid membrane
Schematic showing diverse ENM interactions with a bilayer lipid membrane (in form of a liposome), including (a) aggregation in the bilayer forming a disruptive nanopore; (b) adsorption to and potential deformation and modification of phase behavior of bilayer; (c) high aspect ratio ENM (i.e., carbon nanotube) penetration and disruption of bilayer; (d) ENM partitioning into the hydrophobic core of the bilayer; and (e) single particle disrupting bilayer forming nanopore and possibility for increased permeability to molecules and ENM.
Mouse uterine
Dynamic folding of the mouse uterine lumen (blue) at different days of mouse pregnancy. Quantification (right) of folding patterns (left) using matlab, depicted as a heat map.