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The Cre/loxP site-specific recombination system has been applied in various plant species including maize (Zea mays) for marker gene removal, gene targeting, and functional genomics. A BIBAC vector system was adapted for maize transformation with a large fragment of genetic material including a herbicide resistance marker gene, a 30 kb yeast genomic(More)
  • Allen B Downey, Eric Peters, Bruce Levens, John Vin
  • 2016
Preface Signal processing is one of my favorite topics. It is useful in many areas of science and engineering, and if you understand the fundamental ideas, it provides insight into many things we see in the world, and especially the things we hear. But unless you studied electrical or mechanical engineering, you probably haven't had a chance to learn about(More)
In the age of personalized medicine stratifying tumors into molecularly defined subtypes associated with distinctive clinical behaviors and predictable responses to therapies holds tremendous value. Towards this end, we developed a custom microfluidics-based bladder cancer gene expression panel for characterization of archival clinical samples. In silico(More)
We explore anion-induced interface fluctuations near protein-water interfaces using coarse-grained representations of interfaces as proposed by Willard and Chandler ( J. Phys. Chem. B 2010 , 114 , 1954 - 1958 ). We use umbrella sampling molecular dynamics to compute potentials of mean force along a reaction coordinate bridging the state where the anion is(More)
  • William J Blackwell, G Allen, S Conrad, C Galbraith, R Kingsbury, R Leslie +23 others
  • 2012
The Micro-sized Microwave Atmospheric Satellite (MicroMAS) is a dual-spinning 3U CubeSat equipped with a passive microwave spectrometer that observes nine channels near the 118.75-GHz oxygen absorption line. The focus of this MicroMAS mission (hereafter, MicroMAS-1) is to observe convective thunderstorms, tropical cyclones, and hurricanes from a(More)
  • David Dubois, Karl Graham, Alexandra Nikolic, Anthony Deleon, Eric Peters, Jin Xu
  • 2004
A research study to assess the causes of haze at federal Class I areas in the west and central United States is being done to support federal, state, local and tribal regulatory decision makers. One goal of this study is to identify the emissions sources causing excessive haze levels at each Class I area based on analysis of historical air quality,(More)
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