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  • Scientists Crack Koala’s Genetic Code Scientists Crack Koala’s Genetic Code
    An international team of scientists including UConn genomicist Rachel O’Neill have sequenced the first full koala genome! Click here for full UConn Today article.
  • June 11, 2018: Dedication of the new Engineering and Science Building June 11, 2018: Dedication of the new Engineering and Science Building
    Governor Malloy was enthusiastic about the new Engineering & Science Building and the prospects for its role in the training of new scientists and engineers as well as for its configuration as a cutting edge research facility.  The photo shows him speaking at the ribbon cutting for the new building: As part of the Institute […]

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Low-abundant bacteria drive compositional changes in the gut microbiota after dietary alteration. (2018)
Microbiome
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Age‐related changes in the gut microbiota influence systemic inflammation and stroke outcome. (2018)
Ann. Neurol
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Draft Genome Sequence of Aeromonas cavernicola sp. nov. DSM 24474T, Isolated from a Cavern Brook in the Moravia Region of the Czech Republic. (2018)
Genome announcements
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Draft Genome Sequence of Aeromonas lusitana sp. nov. Strain DSM 24905T, Isolated from a Hot Spring in Vila-Real, Portugal. (2018)
Genome announcements
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Lessons from bacteriophages part 1: Deriving utility from protein structure, function, and evolution. (2018)
PLoS Pathog
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Lessons from bacteriophages part 2: A saga of scientific breakthroughs and prospects for their use in human health. (2018)
PLoS Pathog
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Reproductive system symbiotic bacteria are conserved between two distinct populations of Euprymna scolopes from Oahu, HI. (2018)
mSphere
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Molecular Dynamics Analysis of Cardiolipin and Monolysocardiolipin on Bilayer Properties. (2018)
Biophysical Journal
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Propagating annotations of molecular networks using in silico fragmentation. (2018)
PLOS Computational Biology
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Folding a viral peptide in different membrane environments: pathway and sampling analyses. (2018)
Journal of Biological Physics
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