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1998 NC ASM Annual Meeting

November 13, 1998

11:30-12:30 Poster Session

Evaluating the Catalytic Ability of Archaeal RNase P RNA.
Andy Andrews, Jim Pannucci and Jim Brown, NCSU Dept. of Microbiology

Scan RDI for Rapid Detection and Enumeration of Viable Cells, a Potential New Method for USP Sterility Testing.
Heidi Muth, Warren Casey, and Tina Terry, Glaxo Wellcome, Inc.

Identification and Characterization of pgl, the gene encoding 6 phosphogluconolactonase, from Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1.
M. Worth Calfee, Paul Hager, and Paul V. Phibbs, ECU Department of Microbiology and Immunology.

ATP Bioluminescence for Rapid Microbial Screening of Drug Products and Raw Materials.
Heidi Muth, Warren Casey and Tina Terry, Glaxo Wellcome, Inc.

Characterization of an Archael RNase P Holoenzyme.
Tom Hall and James W. Brown, NCSU Dept. of Microbiology

Validation of the Vitek GNI plus Card.
Susan Thomas, Glaxo wellcome, Inc.

Probiotic Administration fo Lactobacillus reuteri Protect Mice from Salmonella typhimuriun Infection: Mode of Action Studies.
N. Carbajal, U. Nathans, P. Carter, I. Casas, W. Dobrogosz, NCSU Dept. of Microbiology and BioGaia Biologics Inc.

Characterizatoin of an Archael Chimeric RNase P RNA.
Daniel Williams and James Brown, NCSU Dept. of Microbiology

12:30 -Invited Speaker

Dr. Joann M. Burkholder, Associate Professor, NCSU Dept. of Botany
"The effects of Pfiesteria on fish and Human Health"

1:30 -Student Presentations

Atypical Non-respiring Mitochondria Found in Eosinophilis: A functional role in Apoptosis. Kristina K. Peachman, Douglas S. Lyles and David A. Bass, Wake Forest University School of Medicine

Involvment of UPC2 in Transcriptional Regulation of the Ergosterol Biosynthetic Pathway in Saccharamyces cerevisiae.
W. David Dotson, James H. Crowley, Shirley Tove and Leo W. Parks, Department of Microbiology, North Carolina State University

Differential Expression of COX-2 and sIL 1 RA in LPS Tolerant Leukocytes
Chris A. Learn, Dept. of Microbiology and Immunology, Wake Forest Univ. School of Medicine

A Manganese-Containing Superoxide Dismutase in the Commercially Important Lactic Acid Bacterium Streptococcus thermophilus.
Jason Andrus, Department of Microbiology, NCSU

Genetic Requirements for Movement into Mesophyll Cells by Tomato Golden Mosiac Geminivirus.
M.R. Mora and I.T.D. Petty, NCSU Dept. of Microbiology

3:00 -Keynote Speaker

Dr. Gertrude Elion, Scientist Emeritus, Glaxo Wellcome, Inc.
"Challenges and Rewards of Pharmaceutical Research"

4:00 -Reception

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