Gail  Scott

Marine Scientist Supervisor

Email: [[v|gpscott,Contact Gail Scott]]
Phone: (804) 684-7235, 7873
Office: Chesapeake Bay Hall S210
Department: Aquatic Health Sciences

  • B.S. in Biology, College of William & Mary
  • M.A. in Biology, College of William & Mary

Manager of the Marine Molecular Genetics Laboratory. My research interests include genetic analysis of aquaculture species and disease organisms. My current projects include development of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers for the hard clam (Mercinaria mercenaria) and development of molecular diagnostics for organisms involved in toxic algal blooms.

  • Functional analysis of two alternative isoforms of the transcription factor Pax-5. 2001. M. Lowen, G. Scott, and P. Zwollo. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 276(45):42565-74.

  • Reduction in DNA binding activity of the transcription factor Pax-5a in B Lymphocytes of Aged Mice. 2000. J. Anspach, G. Poulsen [Scott], I. Kaattari, R. Pollock and P. Zwollo.  Journal of Immunology, 166:2617-26

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