Featured here is a sampling of publications so far in 2015. Check back each month for an update on the latest publications citing DNASTAR tools.
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March 2015 Publications
Yuanmei Ma, Yu Zhang, Xueya Liang, Fangfei Lou, Michael Oglesbee, Steven Krakowka, Jianrong Li
mBio, March 2015; 6
SeqMan NGen was used for assembly of Illumina data.
Lynette Isabella Ochola-Oyier, John Okombo, Leah Mwai, Steven M. Kiara, Lewa Pole, Kevin K. A. Tetteh, Alexis Nzilla, Kevin Marsh
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, March 2015; 59: 1770-1775
Jung-Ki Yoon, Jinwoo Ahn, Han Sang Kim, Soo Min Han, Hoon Jang, Min Goo Lee, Ji Hyun Lee, and Duhee Bang
Nucleic Acids Research, March 2015; 43
SeqMan Pro was used for Sanger sequence data analysis.
Importin-α-Mediated Nucleolar Localization of Potato Mop-Top Virus TRIPLE GENE BLOCK1 (TGB1) Protein Facilitates Virus Systemic Movement, Whereas TGB1 Self-Interaction Is Required for Cell-to-Cell Movement in Nicotiana benthamiana
Nina I. Lukhovitskaya, Graham H. Cowan, Ramesh R. Vetukuri, Jens Tilsner, Lesley Torrance, and Eugene I. Savenkov
Plant Physiology, March 2015; 167: 738-752
MegAlign was used for sequence alignment.
Elise M. O’Connell, Sasisekhar Bennuru, Cathy Steel, Michael A. Dolan, and Thomas B. Nutman
Journal of Infectious Diseases, March 2015
Christof Osman, Thomas R. Noriega, Voytek Okreglak, Jennifer C. Fung, and Peter Walter
PNAS, March 2015; 112