The aim of the Genomics Facility is to serve the research community — both on and off campus — with the resources and support researcher to achieve their goals.

2018 publications
  1. Heinitz, S., et al. (2018). Response of skeletal muscle UCP2-expression during metabolic adaptation to caloric restriction. International Journal of Obesity 42(5): 975-984
  2. Whisner et al., (2018). Diet, physical activity and screen time but not body mass index are associated with the gut microbiome of a diverse cohort of college students living in university housing: a cross-sectional study. BMC microbiology 18 (1), 210
  3. Gillum et al., (2018). The 2017 Arizona Biosecurity Workshop: An Open Dialogue About Biosecurity. Applied Biosafety 23 (4), 233-241
  4. Maldonado et al., (2018). Next-Generation Sequencing Library Preparation for 16S rRNA Microbiome Analysis After Serpin Treatment. Serpins Methods and Protocols, Ed. A. Lucas 213-221
  5. Esquivel-Elizondo et al., (2018). Anaerobic carbon monoxide metabolism by Pleomorphomonas carboxyditropha sp. nov., a new mesophilic hydrogenogenic carboxydotroph. FEMS microbiology ecology 94 (6)
  6. Ebadzadsahrai G, and Soby S. (2018). Draft genome sequence of Aquitalea MWU14-2217 isolated from a wild cranberry bog in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Microbiology Resource Announcements MRA01493-18R1.
  7. Ebadzadsahrai G, et al., (2018). Draft Genome Sequence of Pseudomonas sp. Strain MWU12-2534b, Isolated from a Wild Cranberry Bog in Truro, Massachusetts. Microbiology Resource Announcements 7 (13): e01005-18.
  8. Ebadzadsahrai G, et al., (2018). Draft Genome Sequence of Pseudomonas sp. Strain MWU13-2860, Isolated from a Wild Cranberry Bog in Truro, Massachusetts. Microbiology Resource Announcements 7 (13): e01007-18.
  9. Ebadzadsahrai G et al., (2018). Draft Genome Sequences of Pseudomonas MWU13-2625 and MWU12-2115, Isolated from a Wild Cranberry Bog at the Cape Cod National Seashore. Microbiology Resource Announcements 7 (12): e00992-18.
  10. Kämpfer P et al., (2018). Chromobacterium pseudoviolaceum Kämpfer et al. 2009 is a later heterotypic synonym of Chromobacterium violaceum Bergonzini 1880. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 68(9):2967-2968.
  11. O’Hara-Hanley et al., (2018). Draft Genomic Sequences of Chromobacterium sp. nov. Strains MWU13-2610 and MWU14-2602, Isolated from Wild Cranberry Bogs in Massachusetts. Genome Announcements 6 (15): e00332-18.
2017 publications
  1. Copetti, D.A., et al. (2017). Extensive gene tree discordance and hemiplay shaped the genomes of North American columnar cacti. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 114: 12003-12008.
  2. Song, L., et al. (2017). Identification of antibody targets for tuberculosis serology using high-density nucleic acid programmable protein arrays. Molecular & Cellular Proteomics. 16(4 suppl 1):S277-S289
  3. Moremen, K. W., et al. (2017). Expression system for structural and functional studies of human glycosylation enzymes. Nature Chemical Biology 14: 156.
  4. Sievert, C., et al. (2017). Experimental evolution reveals an effective avenue to release catabolite repression via mutation in XylR. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 114: 7349-7354.
2016 publications
  1. The, O. C. (2016). "The ORFeome Collaboration: a genome-scale human ORF-clone resource." Nature Methods 13: 191.
  2. Hingorani, P., et al. (2016). "RNA profiling of desmoplastic small round cell tumors (DSRCTs) using next-generation sequencing." Journal of Clinical Oncology 34(15_suppl): 10552-10552.
  3. Scott D. Soby. 2016. Draft Genome Sequence of Chromobacterium pseudoviolaceum LMG 3953T, an Enigmatic Member of the Genus Chromobacterium. Genome Announcements 5 (12): e01632-16.
  4. Scott D. Soby. 2016. Draft Genome Sequence of Chromobacterium aquaticum CC-SEYA-1, a Nonpigmented Member of the Genus Chromobacterium. Genome Announcements 5 (12): e01661-16.
  5. Vöing K, Harrison A, Soby SD. 2016. Draft genome sequence of Chromobacterium subtsugae MWU12-2387 isolated from a wild cranberry bog in Truro, Massachusetts. Genome Announcements 5 (12): e01633-16.
2015 publications
  1. Sanderson, M.J., (2015). Exceptional reduction of the plastid genome of saguaro cactur (Carnegiea gigantean, Cactaceae): loss of the ndh gene suite and inverted repeat. American J. Botany. 102: 1115-1127.
  2. Bian, X., et al. (2015). Immunoproteomic Profiling of Anti-Viral Antibodies in New-Onset Type 1 Diabetes Using Protein Arrays. Diabetes 65: 285-296.
  3. Anderson, K.S., et al (2015). Autoantibody Signature for the Serologic Detection of Ovarian Cancer Journal of Proteome Research 14(1): 578-586.
  4. Vöing K, Harrison A, Soby SD. 2015. Draft Genome Sequences of Three Chromobacterium subtsugae Isolates from Wild and Cultivated Cranberry Bogs in Southeastern Massachusetts. Genome Announcements 3 (5): e00998-15.
  5. Vöing K, Harrison A, Soby SD. 2015. Draft Genome Sequence of Chromobacterium vaccinii, a Potential Biocontrol Agent against Mosquito (Aedes aegypti) Larvae. Genome Announcements 3 (3): e00477-15.
2014 publications
  1. Yu, X., et al. (2014). Exploration of Panviral Proteome: High-Throughput Cloning and Functional Implications in Virus-host Interactions. Theranostics 4(8): 808-822.
  2. Seiler, C. Y., et al. (2014). DNASU plasmid and PSI:Biology-Materials repositories: resources to accelerate biological research. Nucleic Acids Research 42(D1): D1253-D1260.
  3. Paul, R., et al. (2014). Draft Genome Sequence of the Filamentous Cyanobacterium Leptolyngbya sp. Strain Heron Island J, Exhibiting Chromatic Acclimation. Genome Announcements 2(1).
2013 publication
  1. Jie, W., et al. (2013). A versatile protein microarray platform enabling antibody profiling against denatured proteins. PROTEOMICS – Clinical Applications 7(5-6): 378-383.
2011 publications
  1. Cormier, C. Y., et al. (2011). PSI:Biology-materials repository: a biologist’s resource for protein expression plasmids. Journal of Structural and Functional Genomics 12(2): 55-62.
  2. Anderson, K.S., et al. (2011). Protein Microarray Signature of Autoantibody Biomarkers for the Early Detection of Breast Cancer. Journal of Proteome Research 10(1): 85-96