Dr. David W. Ussery Laboratory

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The Dr. David W. Ussery Laboratory is where I did scientific research from August 2005 - November 2005. I was also an Amanuensis (aka Teaching Assistant) for the Comparative Microbial Genomics course (Autumn 2005).

Research topics


The research I did in this laboratory yielded a paper published[1] and a Web Server:

Programmer, Server architect, and administrator; November 2005-December 2005.

See also


  1. P. Christoph Champ, Tim T. Binnewies, N. Nielsen, Guy Zinman, Kristoffer Kiil, Hang Wu, Jon Bohlin, and David W. Ussery (2006). Genome update: purine strand bias in 280 bacterial chromosomes. Microbiology, 152(3):579-583. [HubMed]

Further reading

  • Kellis M, Patterson N, Endrizzi M, Birren B, Lander E (2003). Sequencing and Comparison of yeast species to identify genes and regulatory motifs. Nature, pp. 241-254.
  • Cliften P, Sudarsanam P, Desikan A (2003). Finding functional features in Saccharomyces genomes by phylogenetic footprinting. Science, pp. 71-76.
  • Bofffeli D, McAuliffe J, Ovcharenko D, Lewis KD, Ovcharenko I, Pachter L, Rubin EM (2003). Phylogenetic shadowing of primate sequences to find functional regions of the human genome, Science, 299(5611):1391-1394.
  • Dujon B, et al. (2004). Genome evolution in yeasts. Nature, 430:35-44.
  • Filipski A, Kumar S (2005). Comparative genomics in eukaryotes. The Evolution of the Genome (ed. T.R. Gregory), pp. 521-583. Elsevier, San Diego.
  • Gregory TR, DeSalle R (2005). Comparative genomics in prokaryotes. The Evolution of the Genome (ed. T.R. Gregory), pp. 585-675. Elsevier, San Diego.
  • Hardison RC. Comparative genomics. PLoS biology, 1(2):e58.

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