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  • Physiology of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in biofilms as revealed by transcriptome analysis 

    Folsom, James P.; Richards, Lee; Roe, Frank L.; Ehrlich, Garth D.; Parker, Albert E.; Mazurie, Aurélien J.; Stewart, Philip S. (2010)
    BACKGROUND: Transcriptome analysis was applied to characterize the physiological activities of Pseudomonas aeruginosa grown for three days in drip-flow biofilm reactors. Conventional applications of transcriptional profiling ...
  • Potential role of multiple carbon fixation pathways during lipid accumulation in Phaeodactylum tricornutum 

    Valenzuela, J.; Mazurie, Aurélien J.; Carlson, Ross P.; Gerlach, Robin; Cooksey, Keith E.; Peyton, Brent M.; Fields, Matthew W. (2012-06)
    BACKGROUND: Phaeodactylum tricornutum is a unicellular diatom in the class Bacillariophyceae. The full genome hasbeen sequenced (<30 Mb), and approximately 20 to 30% triacylglyceride (TAG) accumulation on a dry cell basis ...
  • In situ gene expression profiling of the thermoacidophilic alga C yanidioschyzon in relation to visible and ultraviolet irradiance 

    Skorupa, Dana J.; Castenholz, R. W.; Mazurie, Aurélien J.; Carey, C.; Rosenzweig, F.; McDermott, Timothy R. (2014-06)
    Ultraviolet and high-intensity visible radiation generate reactive intermediates that damage phototrophic microorganisms. In Yellowstone National Park, the thermoacidophilic alga Cyanidioschyzon exhibits an annual seasonal ...
  • Hypothyroidism risk compared among nine common bipolar disorder therapies in a large US cohort. 

    Lambert, Christophe G.; Mazurie, Aurélien J.; Lauve, Nicolas R.; Hurwitz, Nathaniel G.; Young, S. Stanley; Obenchain, Robert L.; Hengartner, Nicolas W.; Perkins, Douglas J.; Tohen, Mauricio; Kerner, Berit (2016-05)
    Objectives: Thyroid abnormalities in patients with bipolar disorder (BD) have been linked to lithium treatment for decades, yet other drugs have been less well studied. Our objective was to compare hypothyroidism risk for ...
  • Potential role of multiple carbon fixation pathways during lipid accumulation in Phaeodactylum tricornutum 

    Valenzuela, J.; Mazurie, Aurélien J.; Carlson, R.P.; Gerlach, Robin; Cooksey, Keith; Bothner, Brian; Peyton, Brent M.; Fields, Matthew W. (2012-06)
    Background Phaeodactylum tricornutum is a unicellular diatom in the class Bacillariophyceae. The full genome has been sequenced (<30 Mb), and approximately 20 to 30% triacylglyceride (TAG) accumulation on a dry cell basis ...
  • Opportunities and Challenges in the Use of Personal Health Data for Health Research 

    Bietz, Matthew J; Bloss, Cinnamon S; Calvert, Scout; Godino, Job G; Gregory, Judith; Claffey, Michael P; Sheehan, Jerry; Patrick, Kevin (Oxford University Press, 2015-09)
    Objective: Understand barriers to the use of personal health data (PHD) in research from the perspective of three stakeholder groups: early adopter individuals who track data about their health, researchers who may use PHD ...
  • Data-Intensive Science and Campus IT 

    Sheehan, Jerry; Arlitsch, Kenning; Mannheimer, Sara; Knobel, Cory; Llovet, Pol (EDUCAUSE, 2015-09)
    Montana State University developed the Research Data Census to engage local research communities in dialogue about their data: size, sharing resources and behaviors, and interest in services. The census confirmed the need ...
  • Montana State University Research Data Census Instrument, Version 1 

    Arlitsch, Kenning; Clark, Jason A.; Hager, Ben; Heetderks, Thomas; Llovet, Pol; Mannheimer, Sara; Mazurie, Aurélien J.; Sheehan, Jerry; Sterman, Leila (2015-01)
    Montana State University developed the Research Data Census (RDC) to engage our local research community in an interactive dialogue about their data. The research team was particularly interested in learning more about ...
  • Real-Time Digitization of Metabolomics Patterns from a Living System Using Mass Spectrometry 

    Heinemann, Joshua; Noon, Brigit; Mohigmi, Mohammad J.; Mazurie, Aurélien J.; Dickensheets, David L.; Bothner, Brian (2014-10)
    The real-time quantification of changes in intracellular metabolic activities has the potential to vastly improve upon traditional transcriptomics and metabolomics assays for the prediction of current and future cellular ...