James Oh '20 earned an authorship credit in a published science research paper. The paper is titled "Immunomodulatory activities of curcumin-stabilized silver nanoparticles: Efficacy as an antiretroviral therapeutic." James is one of nine authors credited on the paper.
"I helped with the RNA extraction along with the real-time/quantitative PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) procedures [page 836]," says James, who worked with the Department of Medicine Division of Allergy, Immunology, and Rheumatology at the University at Buffalo Clinical and Translational Research Center.
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