Mark Longo

Longo, Mark
Assistant Professor-in-Residence

University of Connecticut
Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
Beach Hall 350
354 Mansfield Road, Unit 1131
Storrs, CT 06269-1131

Telephone: 860-486-8905
Fax: 860-486-1936
mark.longo@uconn.edu

Education: Ph.D. University of Connecticut. Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow University of Connecticut.

Selected Publications:
Longo, Mark S., M. J. ONeill, R. J. ONeill (2011). “Abundant human DNA contamination identified in non-primate genome databases.” PLoS ONE 6(2): e16410.

Longo, Mark S., D. M. Carone, NISC Comparative Sequencing Program, E. D. Green, M. J. ONeill, R. J. ONeill (2009). “Distinct retroelement classes define evolutionary breakpoints demarcating sites of evolutionary novelty.” BMC Genomics 10: 334 (Highly accessed).

Carone, D. M., M. S. Longo, G. C. Ferreri, L. Hall, M. Harris, N. Shook, K. V. Bulazel, B. R. Carone, C. Obergfell, M. J. ONeill, R. J. ONeill (2009). “A new class of retroviral and satellite encoded small RNAs emanates from mammalian centromeres.” Chromosoma 118(1): 113-25.