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- New Publication for the Klassen LabFremin BJ, Bhatt AS, Kyrpides NC, Global Phage Small Open Reading Frame (GP-SmORF) Consortium* (*JL Klassen is a member of the GP-SmORF Consortium). 2022. Thousands of small, novel genes predicted in global phage genomes Cell Reports 39:110984 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211124722007707Posted on June 27, 2022
- An Experimental Treatment Failed in Mice, and Researchers Did the Right Thing: They Published About ItThe knowledge could help steer scientists toward more promising approaches. UConn Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology David Goldhamer, Alexion Pharmaceuticals researcher Jeffrey Hunter, and colleagues worked for years to discover a potential antibody therapy for FOP using accurate genetic mouse models of the disease developed by the two groups. The idea was that the […]Posted on June 20, 2022
- Graf Receives 2022 CLAS Faculty Mentoring AwardJoerg Graf has been awarded the CLAS 2022 Faculty Mentoring of Graduate Students Award. The Faculty Mentoring Awards recognize faculty who demonstrate exemplary support, encouragement, and the creation of opportunities to enrich the learning and professional development of others. Awards are given in three categories each year: mentoring of faculty, mentoring of graduate students, and […]Posted on May 25, 2022
- Congratulations MCB 2022 University ScholarsOpen to undergraduate students from all of the University's schools and colleges, the University Scholar Program allows students to design and pursue an in-depth research or creative project and to craft a learning plan that supports their interests and academic goals during their final three semesters. Each student is mentored by an advisory committee of […]Posted on May 16, 2022
- 2022 Excellence in Applied Genetics and Technology AwardRoshni Mehta has been awarded the 2022 Excellence in Applied Genetics and Technology Award. Each year UConn's Center for Applied Genetics and Technology of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences sponsors the award that is given to an outstanding graduating senior who has conducted original research in applied genetics/genomics using an innovative technology or […]Posted on May 9, 2022
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Thousands of small, novel genes predicted in global phage genomes
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