The Haynes lab receives ASU-Illumina Mini Grant

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Dr. Haynes has been awarded a mini-grant for RNA-seq analysis of cancer cells that have been treated with a synthetic protein that her group has engineered. Stefan Tekel, a PhD student in the Biological Design Program, is credited for the work that lies at the heart of this project. He engineered a cell-penetrating version of the protein that can be produced at low cost in E. coli bacteria, purified, and then added (as a solution) directly to cancer cells. The group aims to use the RNA-seq to apply for a major grant in the near future.


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