Ashlee participated in a NESCent catalysis meeting focused on venom diversity and evolution, September 21-24. The meeting was organized by Marymegan Daly (Ohio State University) and H. Lisle Gibbs (Ohio State University). Image from NESCent Catalysis Group meeting: Integrating Organismal and Applied Perspectives on Animal Venom Diversity.
Our paper “Voltage-gated sodium channel in grasshopper mice defends against bark scorpion toxin” was just release on the Science .website. See DOI: 10.1126/science.1236451 MSU Has a press release, and featured our research on the MSU home page http://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2013/mighty-mouse-uses-scorpion-venom-as-painkiller/ Ashlee Rowe talks with Sarah Crespi the 25 October 2013 Science Magazine Podcast about how grasshopper mice […]
Julia Ahmed of the MSU Zoology department interviewed us and a profile was posted on the Zoology website. See “The story of a mouse and a scorpion: pure science at its best”