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Brian Lowrance acquired his BSc in Biology at Wilfrid Laurier University, where he is currently an MSc candidate in the Integrative Biology program as a member of Dr. ^^^Joel Weadge^^^'s lab. The primary focus of his research is on the characterization of glycosyl hydrolases in relation to their role in the formation and regulation of microbial biofilms, in particular, the study of ''Clostridiodes difficile'' [[GH5]] family CcsZ (unpublished).
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Brian Lowrance acquired his BSc in Biology at Wilfrid Laurier University, where he is currently an MSc candidate in the Integrative Biology program as a member of Dr. [[User:Joel Weadge|Joel Weadge]]'s lab. The primary focus of his research is on the characterization of glycosyl hydrolases in relation to their role in the formation and regulation of microbial biofilms, in particular, the study of ''Clostridiodes difficile'' [[GH5]] family CcsZ (unpublished).
 
 
 
 
Classical Koshland double displacement mechanism ([[https://cazypedia.org/index.php?title=Koshland_double-displacement_mechanism&redirect=no]])
 

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Brian Lowrance Graduation Photo.jpg

Brian Lowrance acquired his BSc in Biology at Wilfrid Laurier University, where he is currently an MSc candidate in the Integrative Biology program as a member of Dr. Joel Weadge's lab. The primary focus of his research is on the characterization of glycosyl hydrolases in relation to their role in the formation and regulation of microbial biofilms, in particular, the study of Clostridiodes difficile GH5 family CcsZ (unpublished).