Student Theses

Recent thesis titles:

  • Rich Posert (2015) Structural Characteristics of the PinX1 Telomerase Inhibitory Domain
  • Emiliano Reed (2015) Is there an Interaction Between xPinx1 and xTERT in the Xenopus laevis shelterin complex?
  • Sarah Resnick (2015) Relative Expression of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae Acetyltransferase Genes ATF1 and ATF2 Predict the Profile of Select Acetate Esters in Fermented Products
  • Genevra Kuziel (2013) In vivo interaction of the Xenopus laevis proteins xTRF1 and xPinX1 
  • Alec Condon (2013) PinX1 inhibition of telomerase and PCR
  • Jeffrey Hunter (2012) Characterizing the interaction between Xenopus laevis TRF2 and TIN2
  • Isabel Cylinder (2012) Inhibition of telomerase by Xenopus laevis partial xPinX1
  • Gleb Bazilevsky (2012)  Investigating the shelterin complex in Xenopus laevis : TRF1 and PinX1 interaction in an in vivo model
  • Jacqueline Pires (2012) Subcellular localization of Xenopus laevis TRF1 in interphase A6 cells
  • Giancarlo Bruni (2011) The effect of PinX1 fusion protein on telomerase activity of Xenopus laevis in vitro
  • Sophie Mayer (2011) Telomeric localization of shelterin protein xTRF1 in somatic Xenopus laevis cells
  • Ella Stern (2011) The relation of xTERT transcript abundance to relative telomerase activity in adult Xenopus laevis tissues
  • Patrick Fink (2010) Recombinant Partial Xenopus laevis PinX1 Proteins for Telomere Research - Abstract
  • David Constant (2009) Production and purification of X. laevis PinX1, a putative telomerase inhibitor
  • Jennifer Jin (2009) Is the interaction between human telomere proteins TIN2 and TRF1 conserved in Xenopus laevis? - Abstract
  • Molly King (2009) An investigation into the interaction of X. laevis telomeric proteins TRF1 and PinX1 - Abstract
  • Jayne T. Gaubatz (2007) PINX1: A Potential Telomerase Inhibitor in Xenopus laevis - Abstract

Additional titles and some abstracts can be retrieved from this link:
http://www.reed.edu/biology/theses/index.html

A complete listing of my thesis students can be found at
http://library-catalog.reed.edu/search/ by entering Shampay under Keyword