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Chris received his Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 2005. He attained his PhD in chemistry at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign in 2011, under Mary L. Kraft, where his graduate work focused on using secondary ion mass...

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PNNL Publications 2020 Ogden A.J., T.W. Wietsma, T.E. Winkler, Y. Farris, G.L. Myers, and A. Ahkami. 2020. "Dynamics of Global Gene Expression and Regulatory Elements in Growing Brachypodium Root System." Scientific Reports 10. PNNL-SA-145907. doi:10.1038/s41598-020-63224-z 2019 Boiteau R.M., S.J...
PNNL Publications 2020 Smith J.N., K.J. Tyrrell, J.P. Smith, J.P. Smith, K.K. Weitz, and W.D. Faber. 2020. "Linking Internal Dosimetries of the Propyl Metabolic Series in Rats and Humans Using Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Modeling." Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 110. PNNL...
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Tom Metz is a Principal Investigator within the Integrative Omics group at PNNL and the Metabolomics Team Lead for a group of scientists that focuses on development and applications of high throughput metabolomics and lipidomics methods to various biological questions. He has worked to develop state...
Aaron Wright leads the Chemical Biology & Exposure Sciences Group in the Biological Sciences Division at PNNL. His highly collaborative and diverse chemical biology research team is focused on gaining an improved functional and mechanistic understanding of biological processes including: (a)...
Hyun Song’s research is directed toward developing modeling and computational tools for the simulation of cellular metabolism and microbial community dynamics. His research interest in metabolic modeling includes 1) omics data-guided estimation of flux distribution in a genome-scale metabolic...

The Illumina MiSeq System Sequencer is a high-throughput DNA sequencer machine developed and manufactured by Illumina , and is designed for sequencing data acquisition using synthesis technology to provide an end-to-end solution (cluster generation, amplification, sequencing, and data analysis) in a...

Janet Jansson is Chief Scientist for Biology in the Biological Sciences Division and a Laboratory Fellow at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). Jansson has more than 30 years of experience in microbial ecology. Jansson earned an M.S.in Soil Microbiology at Colorado State University...
Dr. Jason McDermott, senior research scientist, has extensive research experience in molecular and structural virology and data resource design, data integration and prediction of biological networks, bridging experimental and computational biology. Currently, his research interests include data...

Please cite as : Graham E.B., A. Camargo, R. Wu, R.Y. Neches, M. Nolan, W.C. Nelson, and M.M. Pleake, et al. 2024. Global Soil Virus (GSV) Atlas. [Data Set] PNNL DataHub. 10.25584/2229733 This data is published under a CC0 license . The authors encourage data reuse and request attribution by...

Please cite as : Wu R., A.E. Zimmerman, and K.S. Hofmockel. 2023. RNA viruses in grassland soils (Prosser, WA). [Data Set] PNNL DataHub. https://data.pnnl.gov/group/nodes/dataset/33706 The data is comprised of RNA viral sequences that were bioinformatically screened from the de novo assemblies of...

This data is supplementary to the manuscript Expanding the access of wearable silicone wristbands in community-engaged research through best practices in data analysis and integration by Lisa M. Bramer, Holly M. Dixon, David J. Degnan, Diana Rohlman, Julie B. Herbstman, Kim A. Anderson, and Katrina...

Extreme weather events, including fires, heatwaves(HWs), and droughts, have significant impacts on earth, environmental, and power energy systems. Mechanistic and predictive understanding, as well as probabilistic risk assessment of these extreme weather events, are crucial for detecting, planning...

A major challenge in biotechnology and biomanufacturing is the identification of a set of biomarkers for perturbations and metabolites of interest. Here, we develop a data-driven, transcriptome-wide approach to rank perturbation-inducible genes from time-series RNA sequencing data for the discovery...

A total of 172 children from the DAISY study with multiple plasma samples collected over time, with up to 23 years of follow-up, were characterized via proteomics analysis. Of the children there were 40 controls and 132 cases. All 132 cases had measurements across time relative to IA. Sampling was...