Brendel group in the Indiana Daily Student news (Dec. 12, 2016)
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Raborn, R.T., Spitze, K., Brendel, V.P. & Lynch, M. (2016) Promoter architecture and sex-specific gene expression in Daphnia pulex. Genetics 204, 593-612. [online article]
Duvick, J., Standage, D.S., Merchant, N. & Brendel, V.P. (2016) xGDBvm: A Web GUI-driven workflow for annotating eukaryotic genomes in the cloud. The Plant Cell 28, 840-854. [online article]
Standage, D.S., Berens, A.J., Glastad, K.M., Severin, A.J., Brendel, V.P. & Toth, A.L. (2016) Genome, transcriptom and methylome sequencing of a primitively eusocial wasp reveal a greatly reduced DNA methylation system in a social insect. Molecular Ecology 25, 1769-1784. [online article]
The Brendel Group provides domain expertise to advise the Jetstream national science and engineering cloud project.
V. Brendel serves on the CyVerse External Advisory Board.
V. Brendel serves as Consulting Editor of The Plant Cell.
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The Brendel Group is an energetic, friendly, and grateful team of faculty, staff, and students enjoying the privilege of working together. Our areas of interest span research topics in genome informatics, in particular as related to plant transcriptional control and pre-mRNA splicing, and computational infrastructure (cyberinfrastructure) for genome studies. You can find out more about our research, software development, and Prof. Brendel's teaching following the links on the top navigation bar.
The world bestows its big prizes, both in money and honors, for but one thing. And that is Initiative.
What is Initiative? I'll tell you: It is doing the right thing without being told.
(Opening lines of "Initiave" by Elbert Hubbard)
Can you carry a message to Garcia?
|I have no data yet. It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data.
Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.
(Sherlock Holmes, in "A Scandal in Bohemia" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)
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