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Eight Catawba Students and Faculty Attend Conference

March 26, 2014

Category: Academics, Chemistry, Students


logo_acs102d.gifEight Catawba College students and a faculty member attended the 247th National American Chemical Society Conference March 16-20 in Dallas, Texas.  While there, the students made presentations about their research.

Dr. Mark Sabo, professor of chemistry at Catawba and the following students attended the conference: Juliana Conte of Hampton, Ontario; Thomas Benton of Salisbury; Aliyah Khan of China Grove; Linda Castillo Murillo of China Grove; Frank Villa Hernandez of Kannapolis; Amber Williamson of Lexington; Mary Podgorak-Lagro of Salisbury; and Brooke Baumgarten of Hayesville.

These students helped author and presented the following research topics:

Investigating Peroxidation of Lipid by Heme-Artemisinin Adducts in vitro

Juliana Conte1,2, Thomas Benton2, Carmony Hartwig1 and Mark Sabo2

Catawba College, Department of Biology1 and Department of Chemistry2, Salisbury, NC, 28144


Quantification of Choline Metabolites in Raw and Cooked Meats Using LC/SRM/MS and Stable Isotope Dilution

Aliyah Khan1, Thomas Benton1, Xueqing Zhao2, Steven Zeisel2, Shucha Zhang2*

1. Catawba College, Salisbury, North Carolina, USA

2. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Nutrition Research Institute, Kannapolis, North Carolina, USA

 

Quantification of Choline Metabolites in Rat Tissues Using LC/SRM/MS and Stable Isotope Dilution

Thomas Benton1, Aliyah Khan1, Xueqing Zhao2, Walter Benjamin Friday2, Steven Zeisel2, Shucha Zhang2*

1. Catawba College, Salisbury, North Carolina, USA

2. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Nutrition Research Institute, Kannapolis, North Carolina, USA

 

Analysis of transverse tubule disruption in mice cardiomyocytes

Linda Castillo Murillo1, Janet Manning3, John Penn3, Catherine Kaminski2, Jonathan Satin3, and Douglas Andres2

Department of Chemistry at Catawba College1, Salisbury, NC 28144, Departments of 2Molecular and Cellular Biochemistryand 3Physiology, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington, KY 40536

 

Immunoprecipitation of immunoglobulin gamma-transferrin complex

Frank Villa Hernandez1, Joseph J. Otto2, and Lewis K. Pannell2

1Department of Chemistry, Catawba College, Salisbury, NC

2Pannell Proteomics Lab, Mitchell Cancer Institute, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL

 

Catawba College ACS: Changing Lives One Joule at a Time

Linda Castillo Murillo, Frank Villa Hernandez, Amber Williamson, Mary Podgorak-Lagro, Brooke Baumgarten, Mark Sabo, Carol Ann Miderski, Richard Macri

Department of Chemistry, Catawba College, 2300 W. Innes Street, Salisbury, NC 28144