Gary Lindquester | Professor and Chair
Office: 108 Frazier Jelke W | Phone: (901) 843-3564 | Email: glindquester@rhodes.edu

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Molecular Biology, Virology, Immunology

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Education
B.S. in Biology, 1981, Furman University, Greenville, SC
M.S. in Biology, 1985, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
Ph.D. in Biology, 1986, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
(Molecular biology, virology, immunology)


Courses
  • Biochemistry and Molecular Bio 451 - RESEARCH
  • Biochemistry and Molecular Bio 460 - INTERNSHIP
  • Biology 105 - DISEASE & IMMUNITY
  • Biology 105 - TOPIC: DISEASE AND IMMUNITY
  • Biology 105 - TOPICS: DISEASE AND IMMUNITY
  • Biology 121 - ZOOLOGY LAB
  • Biology 130 - BIOLOGY I
  • Biology 131 - BIOLOGY I LABORATORY
  • Biology 325 - MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
  • Biology 325 - MOLECULAR BIOLOGY LAB
  • Biology 330 - VIROLOGY/IMMUNOLOGY
  • Biology 365 - TOPICS IN BIOLOGY:BIOMECHANICS
  • Biology 380 - TOPICS IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
  • Biology 451 - RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY
  • Biology 460 - INTERNSHIP IN BIOLOGY
  • Biology 485 - SR SEM:HERPESVIRUS & IMMUNITY
  • Biology 495 - HONORS TUTORIAL

Selected Publications

Refereed Papers

Analysis of Tropomyosin cDNAs Isolated from Skeletal and Smooth Muscle mRNA. James Flach, Gary Lindquester, Sally Berish, Kathryn Hickman and Robert Devlin, Nucleic Acids Research 14:9193-9211, 1986.

Avian Tropomyosin Gene Expression, G. Lindquester,  K. Hickman, D. Fleenor, J. Flach, S. Berish, R. B. Devlin, Nucleic Acids Research 17:2099-2118, 1989.

Genomic Heterogeneity of Human Herpesvirus 6 Isolates. Philip E. Pellett, Gary J. Lindquester, Paul Feorino, and Carlos Lopez, Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 278:9-18, 1990.

Properties of the Human Herpesvirus 6 Strain Z29 Genome: G+C Content, Length, and Presence of Variable-Length Directly Repeated Terminal Sequence Elements. Gary  J. Lindquester and Philip E. Pellett, Virology 182:102-110, 1991.

An Avian Cardiac Tropomyosin Gene Produces Tissue Specific Isoforms Through Alternative RNA Splicing. D. Fleenor, K. Hickman, G. Lindquester, R. B. Devlin, J. of Muscle Research and Cell Motility, 13:55-63, 1992.

Restriction Endonuclease Mapping and Molecular Cloning of the Human Herpesvirus 6 Variant B Strain Z29 Genome. G. J. Lindquester, N. Inoue, R.D. Allen**,  J.W. Castelli**, F.R. Stamey, T.R. Dambaugh, J.J. O’Brian, R.M. Danovitch, N. Frenkel, and P. E. Pellett, Archives of Virology, 141:367-379, 1996.

Comparison of a 20kb Region of Human Herpesvirus 6B with Other Human Betaherpesviruses Reveals Conserved Replication Genes and Adjacent Divergent Open Reading Frames. G.J. Lindquester, C.A. Greenamoyer, E.D. Anton, J.J. O’Brian, P.E. Pellett, and T.R. Dambaugh, Archives of Virology, 142:193-204, 1997.

Genetic Content of a 20.9 kb Segment of Human Herpesvirus 6B Strain Z29 Spanning the Homologs of Human Herpesvirus 6A Genes U40-57 and Containing the Origin of DNA Replication. G.J. Lindquester, J.J. O’Brian, E.D. Anton, C.A. Greenamoyer, P.E. Pellett, and T.R. Dambaugh, Archives of Virology, 142:103-123, 1997.

Identification, sequence analysis and characterisation of equine herpesvirus 5 gB.  S.A. Holloway, G.J. Lindquester,  M.J. Studdert, and H.E. Drummer, Archives of Virology, 144: 287-307, 1999.

Analysis of equine herpesvirus 2 strain variation using monoclonal antibodies to glycoprotein B. S.A. Holloway, G.J. Lindquester, M.J. Studdert, and H.E. Drummer, Archives of Virology, 145: 1699-1713, 2000.

Developing Information Fluency in Introductory Biology Students in the Context of an Investigative Laboratory. Gary J. Lindquester, Romi L. Burks, and Carolyn R. Jaslow, Cell Biology Education, 4:58-96, 2005.

Articles

Bioethics:  Molecular Biological Decisions. G. J. Lindquester, in Magill′s Survey of Science:  Life Science, Salem Press, Pasadena, CA, 1990.

Chromatin Structure for Active Genes:  Methylation and DNase I sensitivity. G. J. Lindquester, in Magill′s Survey of Science:  Life Science, Salem Press, Pasadena, CA, 1990.

Genetic Engineering. G. J. Lindquester, in Magill′s Survey of Science:  Applied Science,  Salem Press, Pasadena, CA, 1993.

An Investigative Laboratory in Introductory Biology. G.J. Lindquester, in Council for Undergraduate Research Newsletter XIII(4):80-84, 1993.

Genetic Engineering. G. J. Lindquester, in Magill′s Medical Guide:  Health and Illness, Supplement, Salem Press, Pasadena, CA, 1996.

On the Subject of Cloning. G. Lindquester, R. Llewellyn, W. Coleman, in Rhodes, Rhodes College, Memphis, TN, Spring, 1997.

Tracking the Role of Equine Herpesviruses 2 and 5 in Unexplained Horse Diseases. Marcia King, an article about my research published in The Horse, The Blood-Horse Inc., Lexington, KY, May, 1997.

Abstracts

Alternative Splicing Generates Multiple Smooth Muscle and Skeletal Muscle RNAs from a Single Tropomyosin Gene.  R.B. Devlin, J. Flach, G. Lindquester, and S. Berish, J. Cell Biol. 101:80a, 1985.

Structural and Preliminary Sequence Analysis of the Human Herpesvirus 6 Genome. G.  J. Lindquester*, T. Dambaugh, R. Allen** and P. E. Pellett, in Medical Virology 9, Luis M. de la Maza and Ellena M. Peterson, Eds. Plenum Press, N. Y., 1990.

Structural and Sequence Analysis of Human Herpesvirus 6.  Robert Allen*/** and Gary J. Lindquester, in Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, LXVI(2): 68, 1991.