Patrick J. Hrdlicka
PO Box 442343
Renfrew Hall 313W
Moscow, Idaho 83844-2343
United States of America
Phone: +1 208-885-0108
Fax: +1 208-885-6173
Student news (2013) - Undergraduate researchers Max Cowan and Phil Vukelich have joined the group - welcome !!!
Bibliographic highlight (2013) - Our work has been cited >600 times in >300 different articles.
Publication (2012) - Mamta's article entitled "Synthesis and hybridization properties of oligonucleotides modified with 5-(1-aryl-1,2,3-triazol-4-yl)-2′-deoxyuridines", has been published in Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry as a 'hot communication'.
Publication (2012) - Our review on "Fluorophore-functionalized Locked Nucleic Acids (LNAs)" has been published in the volume "DNA Conjugates and Sensors", RSC Biomolecular Science Series.
Publication (2012) - Sujay's article entitled "“Fluorescent Intercalator Displacement Replacement (FIDR) Assay: Determination of Relative Thermodynamic and Kinetic Parameters in Triplex Formation - A Case Study using Triplex-forming LNAs”, has been published in Nucleic Acids Research.
Poster award (2012) - Visiting undergraduate researcher, Grace H. Anderson and her co-workers, receive third place in the poster competition at the Idaho INBRE Research Conference. Congrats !
Funding (2012) - Dr. Hrdlicka has received a 1-yr grant from the Idaho State Board of Education for the development of diagnostic kits that are based on our proprietary Invader Technology.
Publication (2012) - Shiva's article entitled "DNA detection on lateral flow test strips: enhanced signal sensitivity using LNA-conjugated gold nanoparticles", has been published in Chemical Communications.
Student success (2012) - Saswata Karmakar passed his proposal defense.
Presentation (2012) - Dr. Hrdlicka gave an invited presentation at the 2012 ACS NORM meeting in Boise.
Award (2012) - Dr. Hrdlicka received the President’s inaugural Mid-career Faculty Award.
Publication (2012) - Sujay's paper entitled "C2'-Pyrene-functionalized triazole-linked DNA: Universal DNA/RNA hybridization probes", has been published in the Journal of Organic Chemistry as a Cover Article.