Friday, April 8, 2016

Senior Noah Cutshaw Presents at Indiana Academy Of Science

On March 26th, senior Noah Cutshaw presented his research at the Indiana Academy of Science annual meeting. Noah did research last summer with Dr. Hammond in biochemistry.
The goal of his research was to develop a method by which to use a conventional DSLR camera to visualize the faint chemiluminescent dot blots resulting from Western Blotting. Typically, detecting this chemiluminescence requires expensive specialty cameras, but with the successful results from this research, modern DSLR cameras have been shown to be a promising alternative. 

His work is titled: "Immunochemiluminescence Detection of Chicken Muscle Lactate Dehydrogenase Using a Digital SLR Camera"

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