Unraveling the Mysteries

Research Faculty

Meet Mary Bryk, one of our many accomplished research faculty. Mary Bryk’s Lab includes research focused on transcriptional regulation, gene expression, chromatin, histone modifications, molecular genetics, biochemical techniques.

Recent Publications

  1. Covalent Inactivation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Isocitrate Lyase by cis-2,3-Epoxy-Succinic Acid.
  2. GHS-R suppression in adipose tissues protects against obesity and insulin resistance by regulating adipose angiogenesis and fibrosis
  3. The first immunocompetent mouse models of strictly human pathogen, Borrelia recurrentis.
  4. Loss of enteric neuronal Ndrg4 promotes colorectal cancer via increased release of Nid1 and Fbln2
  5. Development and Application of Multi-Color Burst Analysis Spectroscopy
  6. Assessment of Plasma Membrane Fatty Acid Composition and Fluidity Using Imaging Flow Cytometry
  7. Metabolic bifunctionality of Rv0812 couples folate and peptidoglycan biosynthesis in Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  8. Probing the Diacylglycerol Binding Site of Presynaptic Munc13-1.