VARI | 2007 Normal mouse prostate tissue fixed and stained to visualize CD82 protein (brown). 61 CD82 is a metastasis suppressor protein. Its presence is seen in the groups of epithelial cells that surround the lumens in this normal prostate tissue.
Van Andel Research Institute | ScientificReport Steven J. Triezenberg, Ph.D. Laboratory of Transcriptional Regulation 62 Dr. Triezenberg received his bachelor’s degree in biology and education at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His Ph.D. training in cell and molecular biology at the University of Michigan was followed by postdoctoral research in the laboratory of Steven L. McKnight at the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Dr. Triezenberg was a faculty member of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Michigan State University for more than 18 years, where he also served as Associate Director of the Graduate Program in Cell and Molecular Biology. Dr. Triezenberg was recruited to VAI to serve as the founding Dean of the Van Andel Institute Graduate School and as a Scientific Investigator in the Van Andel Research Institute, arriving in May 2006. Laboratory Staff Staff Martha Roemer, M.S. Student Sebla Kutluay, B.S.
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