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 Evaluation of Steady-State Gaseous Chlorine Dioxide Treatment for the Inactivation of Tulane virus on Berry Fruits. Publication
ID30949936Published Date2019-09-01JournalFood and environmental virology, 2019-09-01, Volume 11
The effectiveness of steady-state levels of gaseous chlorine dioxide (ClO) against Tulane virus (TV), a human norovirus surrogate, on berries was determined. The generated ClO was maintained at 1 mg/L inside a 269 L glove box to treat two 50 g batches of blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries, and two 100 g batches of strawberries that were immersion coated with TV. The standardized/normalized treatment concentrations of ClO ranging from 0.63 to 4.40 ppm-h/g berry were evaluated. When com…
 Genome-wide identification of histone methylation (H3K9) and acetylation (H4K12) marks in two ecotypes of switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.). Publication
ID31438854Published Date2019-08-22JournalBMC genomics, 2019-08-22, Volume 20
Histone modifications play a significant role in the regulation of transcription and various biological processes, such as development and regeneration. Though a few genomic (including DNA methylation patterns) and transcriptomic studies are currently available in switchgrass, the genome-wide distribution of histone modifications has not yet been studied to help elucidate gene regulation and its application to switchgrass improvement.This study provides a comprehensive epigenomic analyses of …
 Acquisition of an X-ray Diffraction (XRD) System for Research and Education Training of Students on Device Characterization Research Grant
IDW911NF1910460Funding AgencyDepartment of DefenseEffective Date2019-08-19Expiration Date2020-08-18Funding Amount$227,834 This grant proposal proposes to acquire an X-Ray Diffraction System (XRD), a tool to determine the crystal structure of thin film layer(s). The proposed XRD will be used to analyze the crystal structure as well as the atomic composition of thin film materials. The proposed XRD will be used to perform microanalysis of various electrical and optical devices. The XRD will contribute to successful realization of various ongoing and future research projects, which includes a 2-D material project …  Magnetic Field Measurement Using Peak-Locked Zeeman Coherent Population Trapping Resonance in Rubidium Vapor Publication IDIEEE:8736352Published Date2019-08-01JournalIEEE Photonics Journal, 2019-08-01, Volume 11 A sensor for magnetic field measurement is developed using a small (centimeter size) rubidium cell. A high contrast Zeeman coherent population trapping (CPT) resonance is produced by the magnetic dither in the sensor solenoid, and a peak-locked servo is implemented for magnetic field measurement. Sensitivity close to$\text{110 pT}/\sqrt {\text{Hz}} $has been achieved in axial field measurement. The CPT-based magnetic sensor is capable of measuring sub-nanotesla level magnetic field variatio…  Detection of Hepatitis A Virus and Other Enteric Viruses in Shellfish Collected in the Gulf of Naples, Italy. Publication ID31331104Published Date2019-07-19JournalInternational journal of environmental research and public health, 2019-07-19, Volume 16 To assess the quality of shellfish harvest areas, bivalve mollusk samples from three coastal areas of the Campania region in Southwest Italy were evaluated for viruses over a three-year period (2015-2017). Screening of 289 samples from shellfish farms and other locations by qPCR and RT-qPCR identified hepatitis A virus (HAV; 8.9%), norovirus GI (NoVGI; 10.8%) and GII (NoVGII; 39.7%), rotavirus (RV; 9.0%), astrovirus (AsV; 20.8%), sapovirus (SaV; 18.8%), aichivirus-1 (AiV-1; 5.6%), and adenovi…  Excellence in Research: Modulation of Synaptic Neurotransmitter Levels by Auto-receptors Research Grant Award Number1900212Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-07-15Expiration Date2022-06-30Funding Amount$497,732
Precise modulation of neurotransmitter levels is essential for apt functioning of the nervous system. Dopamine is an important brain neurotransmitter that plays a critical role in movement control across species, ranging from microscopic invertebrates to larger mammals, including humans. The levels of dopamine are regulated tightly and precisely through modulation of dopamine release into the space between connected neurons as well as clearance of dopamine from that space. The physiological m…
 Ex vivo fetal brain MRI: Recent advances, challenges, and future directions. Publication
ID30905833Published Date2019-07-15JournalNeuroImage, 2019-07-15, Volume 195
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 Excellence in Research: Seeding Stimulated Raman Backscattering with Intense and Ultra-Intense Laser Pulses Research Grant
Award Number1901397Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-07-15Expiration Date2022-06-30Funding Amount\$946,372
Achieving high peak intensity and extreme power of laser pulses stands on the leading edge of laser developments. The continued scaling of lasers to increase power will soon reach the limits dictated by the damage threshold of solid state materials; plasmas can provide an alternative laser gain medium, potentially allowing laser power to reach extraordinary levels. This project provides a simulation-driven discovery and experimental verification platform to achieve the next level of high lase…
 The AC4 Protein of a Cassava Geminivirus Is Required for Virus Infection. Publication
ID30699305Published Date2019-07-01JournalMolecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI, 2019-07-01, Volume 32
Geminiviruses (family ) are among the most devastating plant viruses worldwide, causing severe damage in crops of economic and subsistence importance. These viruses have very compact genomes and many of the encoded proteins are multifunctional. Here, we investigated the role of the East African cassava mosaic Cameroon virus (EACMCV) AC4 on virus infectivity in . Results showed that plants inoculated with EACMCV containing a knockout mutation in an AC4 open reading frame displayed symptoms 2 t…
 Phylogenomics using low-depth whole genome sequencing: A case study with the olive tribe. Publication
ID30934146Published Date2019-07-01JournalMolecular ecology resources, 2019-07-01, Volume 19
Species trees have traditionally been inferred from a few selected markers, and genome-wide investigations remain largely restricted to model organisms or small groups of species for which sampling of fresh material is available, leaving out most of the existing and historical species diversity. The genomes of an increasing number of species, including specimens extracted from natural history collections, are being sequenced at low depth. While these data sets are widely used to analyse organ…
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