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Bachelor of Science
Dr. Suzanne O'Handley
This honors thesis explains my biochemistry research on the NUDIX Hydrolase family of enzymes. In three and a half years, I have worked in Dr. Suzanne O'Handley's lab group on three separate projects, all of them focusing on different enzymes of the NUDIX family. This thesis begins with a general introduction to NUDIX Hydrolases and then is separated into three sections, one for each project I worked on. The three sections include: 1) Orf135, 2) NTPA, and 3) Rv3908 and Rv2985. Each section will contain its own abstract, introduction, materials and methods, and results. The thesis will end with a general conclusion.
Foster, Brian, "NUDIX hydrolases: a family of versatile, widely distributed, housecleaning enzymes" (2002). Honors Theses. 357.