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  • Illinois receives Grand Challenges Explorations grants

    Professor and interim head of pathobiology Mark Kuhlenschmidt is part of a team that will develop a new system to study a parasite, Cryptosporidium, which causes a diarrheal disease in humans.

    Professor and interim head of pathobiology Mark Kuhlenschmidt is part of a team that will develop a new system to study a parasite, Cryptosporidium, which causes a diarrheal disease in humans.

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      Professor and interim head of pathobiology Mark Kuhlenschmidt is part of a team that will develop a new system to study a parasite, Cryptosporidium, which causes a diarrheal disease in humans.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      Professor of pathobiology Daniel Rock (seated) and postdoctoral researcher Diego Diel are part of a team that will work to create a one-dose vaccine for livestock that will prevent multiple diseases for an extended period of time.

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      Selection of a recombinant virus expressing the red fluorescent protein. Cell cultures were infected with the recombinant virus and expression of RFP was assessed by fluorescent microscopy.

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  • To reach Daniel L. Rock, call 217-244-0533; email dlrock@illinois.edu. To reach Mark Kuhlenschmidt, call 217-333-9039; email kuhlensc@illinois.edu.