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Natalie C Kegulian

A protein scientist through and through, Natalie completed her Ph.D. at the University of Southern California Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute studying the shape-shifting behaviors of human disease-associated amyloid proteins. She has since moved her focus toward proteins that self-assemble for healthy purposes and is currently at Ostrow School of Dentistry also at USC doing her postdoctoral research on ameloblastin and amelogenin, which organize calcium, phosphate, and hydroxide ions into tough crystalline rods to make tooth enamel. One of her Journal of Biological Chemistry publications won the journal’s annual Best of Papers of the Week honor.

Articles by Natalie C Kegulian:

How to Share Your Journal Articles Legally

Sharing research articles legally isn’t always straightforward, even when you are the author. Find out why sharing your article could put you in a sticky situation and how to avoid it!

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15 Oct 2020 Writing, Publishing and Presenting

How to Access Journal Articles Behind Paywalls

Science can’t advance without researchers being able to share their publications with collaborators and others and to access published papers as bases for their own hypotheses and work. The trend toward open-access availability of papers and the push for mandating publicly-funded research to be freely accessible to the public is still ongoing [1,2]. Until more…

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25 Sep 2020 Soft Skills and Tools

Bioinformatics: It’s Not All About Genomics

Bioinformatics isn’t just for genomics geeks – there’s something for everyone!

12 Mar 2020 Genomics and Epigenetics&Sigma-Aldrich® Advanced Genomics

Getting Started with NGS Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics and NGS go together like peanut butter and jelly. But if you’re just starting out with these techniques it can be daunting.

05 Mar 2020 Genomics and Epigenetics&Adaptive Biotechnologies&Sigma-Aldrich® Advanced Genomics
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