Beth Kenkel

Beth Kenkel is currently a research scientist at a cell therapy company. She is particularly interested in science communication and viral vectors. Follow Beth on twitter @ElizabethKenkel.

Blog articles by Beth Kenkel

Steps of DNA transposon transposition
Photo of Julie Cicalese above the text
Selfie of Beth in the lab with a thought bubble that says
The RepCap plasmid consists of three promoters within the rep coding region that encodes four different Rep proteins. This region also encodes three different VP proteins, the MAAP protein, and the AAP protein.
Graphic of channelrhodopsin activated with blue light. Without light, the channelrhodopsin is inactive, no ions flow in, and neurons don't fire. With blue light, the channelrhodopsin opens and allows an influx of ions into the neuron. This results in neuronal firing.

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