Zev Kurtzman

School of Life Sciences

Arizona State University

Zev Kurtzman
Undergraduate Researcher

Zev Kurtzman is an undergraduate researcher at Arizona State University. He is double majoring in Medicinal Chemistry and in Biological Sciences with a focus on neurobiology, physiology and behavior. Zev worked in the Brian Smith Lab under Dr. Irina Sinakevitch where he learned techniques in immunohistochemistry and immunostaining to localize G-Protein Coupled Receptors. In the project led by Dr. Sinakevitch, Zev used these techniques in testing the efficacy of Anti-mGlutR1 antibodies, which targets a metabotropic Glutamate Receptor in the brains of Honey Bees.


Anti-RDL and Anti-mGlutR1 Receptors Antibody Testing in Honeybee Brain Sections using CRISPR-Cas9

1Department of Neuroscience, University of Arizona, 2School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University, 3Department of Scientific and Technologic Investigations, University of Sonora, 4Integrated DNA Technologies, Inc.

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