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Holly Miller, a biological science graduate students, explains her research poster on the detection of nuclear and cytoplasmic protein and the protein interaction of the CD44 intracytoplasmic domain with RUNX2 by proximity ligation assay.
In this photo: Holly Miller, a biological science graduate students, explains her research poster on the detection of nuclear and cytoplasmic protein and the protein interaction of the CD44 intracytoplasmic domain with RUNX2 by proximity ligation assay.
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2018 DSU Research Day held

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Delaware State University held its annual DSU Research Day on April 20, which featured research presentations from faculty, graduate students and undergraduate honors students in the Bank of America Building.

For images for DSU Research Day, click on the below link:

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