Marino M. Green, Ph.D.

  • Department ChairDepartment of Biological and Physical Sciences

Contact Info:

  • mmgreen@st-aug.edu
  • 919.516.4624
  • Penick Hall Room 115

Educational Background

B.S. – Microbiology
University of Alabama

M.S. – Microbiology
University of Alabama

Ph.D. – Molecular Cell Biology
University of Alabama

Postdoctorate – Immunology
University of Florida

Area(s) of Research

Bioremediation, Protein design, Population Genetics, Microbial Genetics

Publications

Marino M. Green. “Where do We Go from Here:” Training Successful Minority STEM College Graduates from Disadvantaged US Cities and High Schools (In Preparation).

Whitney A. Green and Marino M. Green. Niacin Intake and Expenditure: Genetic Predisposition and Disease Onset in Athletes Carrying the Sickle Cell Trait (In Preparation).

Prem S. Subramaniam, *Marino M. Green, Joseph Larkin III, Barbara A. Torres, and Howard M. Johnson. 2001. Nuclear translocation of IFN-gamma is an intrinsic requirement for its biologic activity and can be driven by a heterologous nuclear localization sequence. J Interferon Cytokine Res. Nov; 21(11):951-9.

Marino M. Green, Robert D. Le Boeuf, and Perry F. Churchill. Biological and Molecular characterization of cellular differentiation in Tetrahymena vorax: A potential biocontrol Protozoan. 2000. Journal of Basic Microbiology, 40:5-6, pp. 351-361.

Howard M. Johnson, Barbara A. Torres, Marino M. Green, Brian E. Szente, Kendra I. Siler, Joseph Larkin III, and Prem. S. Subramaniam. 1998. Hypothesis: Ligand/Receptor-Assisted Nuclear Translocation of STATS. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 218:149-155.

Howard M. Johnson, Barbara A. Torres, Marino M. Green, Brian E. Szente, Kendra I. Siler, Joseph Larkin III, and Prem. S. Subramaniam. 1998. Cytokine-Receptor Complexes as Chaperones for Nuclear Translocation of Signal Transducers. Biochemistry and Biophysical Research Communications 244:607-614.

Robert D. LeBoeuf, Elisabeth M.H. Ban, Marino M. Green, Anne S. Stone, Stacie M. Propst, J. Edwin Blalock, and J. David Tauber. 1998. Molecular Cloning, Sequence Analysis, Expression and Tissue Distribution of Suppressin, a Novel Suppressor of Cell Cycle Entry. Journal of Biological Chemistry 273:361-368.

Marino M. Green, Joseph Larkin, III, Prem S. Subramaniam, Brian E. Szente, and Howard M. Johnson. 1998. Human IFNγ Receptor Cytoplasmic Domain: Expression and Interaction with HuIFNγ. Biochemistry and Biophysical Research Communications. 243:170-176.

Marino M. Green. 1997. Cloning and Characterization of SUBTRAN: A Unique mRNA Expressed in Response to Cellular Differentiation in Tetrahymena vorax. GeneBank AF003089.1.

Marino M. Green. 1997. Tetrahymena vorax ubiquitin mRNA, Complete Coding sequence. GeneBank AF003089.1.

Marino M. Green and Mark D. Brennan. 1996. Drosophila affinidisjuncta alcohol dehydrogenase (Adh) mRNA, Complete coding sequence. GeneBank U63563.1.

Marino M. Green and Mark D. Brennan. 1996. Drosophila affinidisjuncta alcohol dehydrogenase (Adh) mRNA, Complete coding sequence. GeneBank U63563.1.

Daniel J.J. Carr, J. Edwin Blalock, Marino M. Green, and Robert D. LeBoeuf. 1990. Immunodulatory characteristics of a novel antiproliferative protein, suppressin. Journal of Neuroimmunology. 30:179-187.

Robert D. Le Boeuf, Daniel J.J. Carr, Marino M. Green, and J. Edwin Blalock. 1990. Cellular Effects of Suppressin: A Biological Response Modifier of Cells of the Immune System. Progress in NeuroEndocrinImmunology. 3:176-187.

Marino M. Green, Xiangming Fang, Perry Churchill, and Mark D. Brennan. 1989. Isolation of a cDNA Encoding Functional Drosophila Alcohol Dehydrogenase: Expression in Escherichia coli and Purification of the Bacterially Produced Enzyme. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 273:440-448.”

Online Articles

SAU Campus Organizations

STEM Advisor; Pre-Health Professions Advisor; IRB; Curriculum Counsel

Favorite Quote

Let no one say they were tempted (tricked) by God or his creations (Mankind). For God cannot be tricked and he does not employ tricks to tempt others. But know we are tempted by our own selfish desires for creations. The end of all good comes when we conceive against our fellow man to obtain our desires  – James 1:12-16