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Evolution at the Nucleotide Level. Rapid Evolution of HIV/SIV and Microsatellites in Candida albicans. Matthew D. Pagel NSCORT/Exobiology Fellow Christopher Wills Lab Department of Biology, University of California - San Diego. HIV/SIV Phylogenetic Trees. A Model for Rapid Evolution.

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evolution at the nucleotide level

Evolution at the Nucleotide Level

Rapid Evolution of HIV/SIV and Microsatellites in Candida albicans

Matthew D. Pagel

NSCORT/Exobiology Fellow

Christopher Wills Lab

Department of Biology, University of California - San Diego

hiv siv phylogenetic trees
HIV/SIV Phylogenetic Trees

A Model for Rapid Evolution

future steps
Future Steps
  • Site-directed mutagenesis producing variant microsatellite length
  • Re-insertion of plasmid into knockout strains
  • Analysis of morphological form (hyphal)
acknowledgements
Acknowledgements

Chris Wills

Nikki Freed

Dave Metzgar

Sol Guiterrez

Hattie Oswald

Lois Lane

Bill Baity

Carlos Flores, Vincent Starai, Carlos Peralta, & William Engels

The NSCORT/Exobiology Program

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