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Role of Lysine Acetylation on Yeast Heat Shock Protein Function

Jeffrey Lewis, assistant professor of biological sciences, received $2,750 from Arkansas Department of Higher Education for SURF 2019: The Role of Lysine Acetylation on Yeast Heat Shock Protein Hsp104p Function During Heat Stress.

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