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Lorrie Perpetua

TitleClinical Research Assistant III
InstitutionUConn Health Center
DepartmentNeag Cancer Center
AddressMC 1614
MC 1614
263 Farmington Avenue
Phone860-679-1889
Fax860-679-4973
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    1. Aklujkar M, Coppi MV, Leang C, Kim BC, Chavan MA, Perpetua LA, Giloteaux L, Liu A, Holmes DE. Proteins involved in electron transfer to Fe(III) and Mn(IV) oxides by Geobacter sulfurreducens and Geobacter uraniireducens. Microbiology. 2013 Mar; 159(Pt 3):515-35. PMID: 23306674.
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    2. Strycharz SM, Glaven RH, Coppi MV, Gannon SM, Perpetua LA, Liu A, Nevin KP, Lovley DR. Gene expression and deletion analysis of mechanisms for electron transfer from electrodes to Geobacter sulfurreducens. Bioelectrochemistry. 2011 Feb; 80(2):142-50. PMID: 20696622.
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    3. Mouser PJ, Holmes DE, Perpetua LA, DiDonato R, Postier B, Liu A, Lovley DR. Quantifying expression of Geobacter spp. oxidative stress genes in pure culture and during in situ uranium bioremediation. ISME J. 2009 Apr; 3(4):454-65. PMID: 19129865.
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    4. Holmes DE, O'Neil RA, Chavan MA, N'Guessan LA, Vrionis HA, Perpetua LA, Larrahondo MJ, DiDonato R, Liu A, Lovley DR. Transcriptome of Geobacter uraniireducens growing in uranium-contaminated subsurface sediments. ISME J. 2009 Feb; 3(2):216-30. PMID: 18843300.
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    5. Holmes DE, Mester T, O'Neil RA, Perpetua LA, Larrahondo MJ, Glaven R, Sharma ML, Ward JE, Nevin KP, Lovley DR. Genes for two multicopper proteins required for Fe(III) oxide reduction in Geobacter sulfurreducens have different expression patterns both in the subsurface and on energy-harvesting electrodes. Microbiology. 2008 May; 154(Pt 5):1422-35. PMID: 18451051.
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