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The Auburn University Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship (AUJUS) showcases the top research and scholarly accomplishments of Auburn University undergraduate students. It publishes original research from students in any academic discipline. Research Articles and Highlights can be submitted by Auburn University undergraduate researchers at any time and are reviewed by faculty or disciplinary experts. The AUJUS is an interdisciplinary partnership between the Office of Undergraduate Research and the Office of University Writing.

Recently Published Highlights and Articles

Late-Stage Peptide Diversification via Twisted Amide Bond Formation
Xavier Streety, Mahesh Sriram, Victor Adebomi, and Monika Raj 


Frequency Characterization of Thigh Soft Tissue Artifact During a Relaxed and Activated State
Scot Carpenter, Michael Zabala, Jacob Larson, and Anthony Marino 

Investigating the Role of the Lateral Entorhinal Cortex in Alzheimer’s Disease 
Marissa Dogan, Sharay E. Setti, Jeremiah Pfitzer, and Miranda N. Reed 

Mitochondrial Network Dynamics: Benefits of a High Metabolic Demand (Lactation) Condition in Rats 
Ryleigh Randall, Hailey A. Parry, Hayden W. Hyatt, Wendy R. Hood, and Andreas N. Kavazis 

Anthropometric Factors in Softball Hitting Performance
Johann Phan, Kenzie Friesen, and Gretchen Oliver 

Effect of the Wooden Breast Myopathy on Broiler Chicken Collagen and Myogenic Regulatory Factor Protein Expression 
Lauren Shortnacy, Joshua J. Flees, Charles W. Starkey, and Jessica D. Starkey 

Last modified: July 29, 2020