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UFGI publication round-up week 6/12 and 6/19/17

Histopathological and proteomic responses in male Chinese rare minnow (Gobiocypris rarus) indicate hepatotoxicity following benzotriazole exposure. Author information: Liang X1, Zha J2, Martyniuk CJ3, Wang Z4, Zhao J5. 1School of Ecology and Environment, Inner Mongolia...
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UFGI publication round-up weeks 4/24, 5/1, 5/8/17

Versatile and precise gene-targeting strategies for functional studies in mammalian cell lines. Author information: Wassef M1, Luscan A2, Battistella A3, Le Corre S3, Li H4, Wallace MR5, Vidaud M2, Margueron R3. 1Institut Curie, PSL research university, 75005 Paris, France;...
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UFGI publication round-up week 4/10/17

Drosophila models of prionopathies: insight into prion protein function, transmission, and neurotoxicity. Author information: Fernandez-Funez P1, Sanchez-Garcia J2, Rincon-Limas DE3. 1Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus,...
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UFGI publication round-up week 03/13/2017

Impact of the CYP2C19 genotype on voriconazole exposure in adults with invasive fungal infections. Author information: Hamadeh IS1, Klinker KP, Borgert SJ, Richards AI, Li W, Mangal N, Hiemenz JW, Schmidt S, Langaee TY, Peloquin CA, Johnson JA, Cavallari LH. 1Department of...
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UFGI publication round-up week 02/20, 02/27 and 03/06/2017

A need to revisit clinical breakpoints of tigecycline: effect of atypical non-linear plasma protein binding. Author information: Singh RS1, Mukker JK1, Drescher SK1, Deitchman AN1, Derendorf H2. 1Department of Pharmaceutics, College of Pharmacy, University o...
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Settles lab publishes study about parent-of-origin effect loci in maize

Mutations are nothing new in genetics. But what does it mean when irregularities are standard operating procedure? UF Genetics Institute member Mark Settles, PhD, professor in the department of horticultural sciences, addresses the issue of genetic irregularities as they occur in...
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UF/IFAS recognizes UFGI faculty research

Whether it’s hybrid termites, grain pathogens, mosquito mating or something in between, University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences researchers are studying important topics and helping to solve global issues. The UF/IFAS Research Dean’s Office recently...
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