Dr. James Carter
- B.S. Plattsburgh State University (2000)
- Ph.D. University of Kentucky (2007)
- Biochemistry I (BCHM 5201)(Lecture and Lab)
- The design, construction, and evaluation of nanoparticles-based systems for their efficacy in the detection, suppression, and even eradication of mosquito-borne viruses, such as dengue and Zika.
- Evaluating the safety of antiviral and larvicide nanoparticle-based systems in the environment.
- Elucidation of pathways involved in mosquito-borne virus pathogenesis to aid in the development of therapeutic approaches.
- Suppression of the Arboviruses Dengue and Chikungunya Using a Dual-Acting Group-I Intron Coupled with Conditional Expression of the Bax C-Terminal Domain. James R Carter, Taylor S, Fraser TS, Kucharski CA, Dawson JL, Fraser MJ Jr. PLoS One. 2015, 10, 11
- Effective suppression of dengue virus using a novel group-I intron that induces apoptotic cell death upon infection through conditional expression of the Bax C-terminal domain. Carter JR, Keith JH, Fraser TS, Dawson JL, Kucharski CA, Horne KM, Higgs S, Fraser MJ Jr. Virology Journal, 2014, 11, 111.
- Design and Analysis of Hammerhead Ribosome Activity Against an Artificial Gene Target. James R Carter, Balaraman V, Nawtaisong J, Fraser TS, Fraser MJ Jr. Methods in Molecular Biology, 2014,1103, 57.
- Striking Gold with Dengue Virus Detection. James R Carter, Fraser MJ Jr. LN Companion Series: Microbiology, 2013.
- A novel Dengue Virus Detection Method that Couples DNAzyme and Gold Nanoparticle Approaches. James R Carter, Balaraman V, Fraser TS, Kucharski CA, Fraser MJ Jr. Virology Journal, 2013, 10, 201
Last updated: 9/10/2021