October 2011 Publications
2011 October 24
In Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, Terrie Moffitt and Avshalom Caspi are collaborators on a study showing that family/parental history of oral health is a valid representation of the shared genetic and environmental factors that contribute to an individual's oral health status.
2011 October 20
In Molecular Microbiology, Arthur Moseley and Raphael Valdivia report that the proteomes of two distinct forms of Chlamydia trachomatis are streamlined to fulfill their predicted biological functions.
2011 October 18
In Developmental Cell, Philip Benfey and Anjali Iyer-Pascuzzi reveal surprising linkages between stress and development at cellular resolution, and show the power of multiple genome-wide data sets to elucidate biological processes.
2011 October 13
In PLoS Computational Biology, Mark Hallen, Lingchong You and colleagues present new methods to facilitate the study of cellular variability as a whole.
2011 October 11
A study reported in BMC Health Services Research by Lori Orlando and Geoff Ginsburg integrates a computerized family health history system within the context of a routine well-visit appointment to overcome many of the existing barriers to collection and use of family history information by primary care providers.
2011 October 07
In Brain, Behavior and Evolution, Olivier Fedrigo and Greg Wray say that findings on glucose transporters represent the first case where adaptive, functional and genetic lines of evidence implicate specific genes.
2011 October 04
In Psychoneuroendocrinology, Ahmad Hariri is a collaborator on a study showing a synergistic relationship between a serotonin transporter genotype and testosterone on stress reactivity, possibly conferring vulnerability for multiple neuropsychiatric disorders.
2011 October 03
In PLoS One, Joe Heitman, Arthur Moseley and colleagues describe a novel prioritization strategy for mass spectrometry data used to identify proteins associated with the calcineurin A catalytic subunit in C. neoformans grown under non-stress and high temperature stress conditions.