Scott Collins

1Aleksandra Skoric
1Eden Zhang
1Stephen Palumbi
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W ithin the next 50 to 100 years, support and maintenance of an extended human family of 8 to 11 billion people will become difficult at best. Our consumption rates already exceed the supply of many resources crucial to human health, and few places on Earth do not bear the stamp of human impacts (1, 2). Fossil fuel combustion and fertilizer production have(More)
  • Michael J. Milligan, Erin Harvey, Albert Yu, Ashleigh L. Morgan, Daniela L. Smith, Eden Zhang +8 others
  • 2016
Pseudogenes are abundant in the human genome and had long been thought of purely as nonfunctional gene fossils. Recent observations point to a role for pseudogenes in regulating genes transcriptionally and post-transcriptionally in human cells. To computationally interrogate the network space of integrated pseudogene and long non-coding RNA regulation in(More)
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