Emerson/Stokes Collaboration joins the NIH’s COBRE Program in Pathogen Host Interactions hosted at MSU

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The research collaboration of Drs. Joseph Emerson (Associate Professor of Chemistry) and Sean Stokes (Assistant Clinical Professor of Chemistry) has been selected to join the National Institute of Health’s Center of Biomedical Research Excellence in Pathogen Host Interactions Program at Mississippi State University. Their project entitled "Conformational dynamics of the zinc(II) binding site of AdcR and its role in DNA binding" will receive $830,641.00 over the next 2.5 years to support this work.


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