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Idaho EPSCoR Research

Exploring the induction of transposition in mammals by environmental contaminants

Biology undergraduate student Cassie Neal (seated), masters student Deanna Russell (standing right) and National Science Foundation (NSF) target investigator and major professor Holly Wichman collaborate on a project to explore the induction of transposition in mammals by environmental contaminants. The project was sponsored as part of the Idaho Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR), sponsored by NSF. [Work supported by NSF grant OSR 93-50539.]

Credit: Idaho EPSCoR Program

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