Quick-thinking MU students pass test when professor suffers cardiac arrest

February 8, 2019

On the afternoon of Feb. 2, 2018, Eric Prullage and Colleen Compas were in a University of Missouri biochemistry lab, engrossed in making copies of a DNA segment with a method called polymerase chain reaction. The senior biochemistry students heard a thud and looked up from their work to see their professor, Shuqun Zhang, PhD, flat on the floor.

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