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User:Will Chase

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I study the structure of the plant cell wall and the enzymes that modify that structure. I received my B.S. from Penn State in 2016 and now work in Daniel Cosgrove's lab. My work focuses on the structure, function, and evolution of expansin proteins, particularly expansins found in microbes (see CBM63).