User:Andrew D. Kehr

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*Kehr, A. and Pannel, L. [http://www.southalabama.edu/alliedhealth/biomedical/ucur/Book%202008.pdf Exploring the degradation, deglycosylation, and analysis of glycoproteins found in ascites via mass spectrometry.] Structure and Function of Proteins. (2008)
*Kehr, A. and Pannel, L. [http://www.southalabama.edu/alliedhealth/biomedical/ucur/Book%202008.pdf Exploring the degradation, deglycosylation, and analysis of glycoproteins found in ascites via mass spectrometry.] Structure and Function of Proteins. (2008)
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Andrew D. Kehr (an artistic interpretation, and to be soon updated)
Andrew D. Kehr (an artistic interpretation, and to be soon updated)

I am currently in my first year at Carnegie Mellon University and am currently rotating in Dr. Gordon Rule's lab. I learned about OpenWetWare from a friend in my department, and I've joined because am familiar with wiki style editing and would like to further contribute to the knowledge base that is this site.

Education

  • In progress, PhD Biology, Carnegie Mellon University
  • 2009, BA Biochemistry, DePauw University

Research interests

  1. Mechanistic Enzymology
  2. Structural Biology

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