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Garth D. Ehrlich
Affiliations:

Drexel University College of Medicine
Professor
Microbiology and Immunology

 
320 East North Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15212 US
Phone: (412) 359-4228
Fax: 412-359-6995
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Specialty:
Human Retrovirology.
 
Presented at Events Covering:
, Cancer Biology, Cell Biology, Microbiology
 
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BSN Rank: 15 / 3501 (What's this?)
Accomplish Score: 7547
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Speaking/Presenting-Abstract/Poster at Mtg: 400 (5201 / 0)
  • Successful Identification of Infecting Pathogens in Culture-Negative Cases of PJI (2010)
  • Successful Identification of Infecting Pathogens in Culture-Negative Cases of PJI (2010)
  • Successful Identification of Infecting Pathogens in Culture-Negative Cases of PJI. (2010)
 
Honors and Awards: 38 (380 / 0)
  • International PhD Professor (2010)
  • Visiting Professor (2010)
  • Invited Participant (2008)
 
Clinical Trial Activity: 0 (0 / 0)
 
Grant Support: 79 (711 / 0)
  • 16S rDNA FISH-based FACS Purification of Unculturable Bacteria for Whole Genome Amplification and Sequencing. (2010 - 2010)
  • Supplement to Molecular Analysis of Pathogens in Otitis Media by PCR for Construction, Hybridization and Analysis of NTHi Distributed Genome Chips to statisitically identify OME-related virulence genes (2009 - 2010)
  • Effect of Immunity on Viral Evolution (2008 - 2010)
 
Patents Pending: 3 (24 / 0)
  • Selected nucleotide sequences isolated from pathogenic strains of Haemophilus influenzae. (2006)
  • Selected nucleotide sequences isolated (2005)
  • PCR assay for bacterial and viral meningitis (2001)
 
Journal - Editor/Reviewer: 0 (0 / 0)
 
Peer Reviewed Papers, Books, Chapters: 198 (1188 / 0)
  • Cellulosilyticum ruminicola, a newly described rumen bacterium that degrades lignocellulose by multiple fibrolytic enzymes with diverse CBMs. In Press (2010)
  • Chaperonin containing T-complex polypeptide subunit eta (CCT-eta) is a specific regulator of fibroblast motility and contractility. (2010)
  • Cloning and Expression of Rabbit CCT Subunits Eta and Beta in Healing Cutaneous Wounds. (2010)
 
Pre/Non Reviewed Papers, Proceedings: 0 (0 / 0)
 
Membership in Professional Societies: 14 (42 / 0)
  • Tissue Engineering Society (2001 - 2003)
  • American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (2000)
  • Academy of Clinical Laboratory Physicians and Scientists (1991 - 2000)
 
White Papers: 0 (0 / 0)
 
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