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Dr. Kim Carlson

Dr. Kim Carlson

Bruner Hall of Science, 201D
(308) 865-1554

Advisor for Molecular Biology Comprehensive Major

Areas of Interest:
  • Aging research, OTK18 gene, Nora virus


  • Ikezu, T., Leisman, G. D., Carlson, K. A., and Gendelman, H. E.  2006.  Antibodies specific for NEBR1 and methods of use thereof.  US Patent #7,074,554.  (July 2006).
  • Ikezu, T., H. E. Gendelman, K. A. Carlson, & G. D. Leisman.  2004.  Methods and compositions for the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus infection.  US Patent #6,689,877.  (February 2004)

Professional Affiliations:
Dissertation & Thesis:
  • Carlson, K. A.  1998.  Analysis of reproduction in extended longevity lines of Drosophila melanogaster.  Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Nebraska - Lincoln.  159 pp.
  • Smith, K. A.  1994.  A molecular analysis of the retinoblastoma gene in Oryzias latipes.  M. S. Thesis, University of Nebraska at Kearney.  45 pp.
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