Join me in congratulating the student co-authors of our lab’s most recent publication!
“The first structural model for the resting state of the active site of nickel acireductone dioxygenase (Ni-ARD)”
Inorg. Chem. Comm. (2018), 89C, 37-40.
You might recognize some of the names of students you have in class or had in class in the past. This work wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of the various sources of funding that make our summer research programs a success. A special thanks to my colleagues in the Chemistry department that supported this work and continue to support our science.
Also – congratulations to Dr. Toledo for leading an effort with undergraduate students that resulted in a peer-reviewed publication! Undergraduate research at SEU at its best!