• Expression of Pax-2/5/8 in Helobdella sp. (Austin) 

    Lang, Brennan (2010)
    Pax-­‐2/5/8 is a member of the Group II Pax genes and, like its relatives, is an important transcription factor most likely involved in cellular differentiation during embryonic development. T ...
  • Rapid Targeted Gene Disruption in Bacillus Anthracis 

    Saldanha, Roland J.; Pemberton, Adin; Shiflett, Patrick; Perutka, Jiri; Whitt, Jacob T.; Ellington, Andrew; Lambowitz, Alan M.; Kramer, Ryan; Taylor, Deborah; Lamkin, Thomas J. (2013-09)
    Anthrax is a zoonotic disease recognized to affect herbivores since Biblical times and has the widest range of susceptible host species of any known pathogen. The ease with which the bacterium can be weaponized and its ...
  • Simultaneous SNP Identification and Assessment of Allele-Specific Bias From ChiP-Seq Data 

    Ni, Yunyun; Hall, Amelia Weber; Battenhouse, Anna; Iyer, Vishwanath. R. (2012-09)
    Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) have been associated with many aspects of human development and disease, and many non-coding SNPs associated with disease risk are presumed to affect gene regulation. We have previously ...
  • Study of T7 RNA polymerase-DNA interactions by way of unnatural base pairs 

    Vial, Brian (2010-05)
    The use of the T7 RNA polymerase is ubiquitous in molecular biology as a research tool for the study of the regulation and mechanism of transcription in biological systems. Previous research has demonstrated its high ...
  • The transcriptional control of a newly identified potassium channel gene, Kv3.2 

    Zidow, Heather (2007)
    The completion of the human genome project revealed the existence of far more non-coding sequence (sequence that does not code for protein) than was originally anticipated. While these regions were once dismissed as “junk ...