Runyen-Janecky Lab

 

This is the web site for the laboratory of Dr. Runyen-Janecky in the Department of Biology at the University of Richmond.  The long-term research goal in our lab is to identify and characterize the physiological processes that are important for intracellular bacteria to survive and multiply within eukaryotic cells. Past research in the lab used Shigella flexneri (see lab mascot and real image below), a human intracellular pathogen, as a model system.  Current reserarch in the lab uses Sodalis glossinidius, an intracellular symbiont of the tsetse fly, as a model system.

 

Recent R-J lab news
 


 

 

 

RJ lab group Spring 2014

 


 

 

R-J lab in the news
 

 

 

 

Our lab mascot - Shigella Sam from giantmicrobes.com A real image of Sodalis inside insect cells

 

 

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Last updated on 20 Sep 2012