Student Sequences published in NCBI Database Genebank

August 20, 2020

Students in Dr. Hazan's Molecular Biology class identified and cloned novel genes from various plants. Their sequences have been published on NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) database genebank.

Students from spring 2020 cloned a glyceraldehyde 3 dehydrogenase from Dracaena sanderiana (Lucky Bamboo). Students from spring 2019 cloned genes from Begonia semperflourens (Begonia Flower) and Asparagus aethiopicus (Sprenger's asparagus).

Student from spring 2018 cloned sequences from Foeniculum Vulgare (Fennel) and Nasturtium officinale (Watercress).

Spring 2020 students were Emily Albertsen, Tyler Carder, Julia Dollen, Rand Hammadi, Tyler Henze, Lauren Krause, Tom Le, Garrett Leibow, Alyssa Ragner, Levi Vivanh, Baleigh Wheeler, and Kameron Wrice. Sequences can be viewed here:

Spring 2019 students were Isabell Akers, Logan Gilman, Robert Hansen, Olivia Hitchcock, Ethan Leighton, Arijan Limani, Nejla Memic, Audrey Mugabo, Ryan Niven, Elma Omanovic, Jay Schon and Alli Thomsen. Sequences can be viewed here;

Spring 2018 students were Kendall Antle, Bethany Bentley, Kyle Boulanger, Caden Doll, Jordan Donels, Amanda Duplan, Russell Greene, Dillon Kanne, Nicholas Little, Tabor Nunez, and Rylee Voss. Sequences can be viewed here: