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Bruker Daltonics SolariX Magnetic Resonance Mass Spectrometry (MRMS) instruments are available for different magnetic field strengths of 7T, 12T and 15T. The SolariX XR and 2xR instruments use magnetron control technology and a newly developed, high sensitivity, low noise preamplifier to exploit...

The innovative Elstar™ electron column forms the basis of the Helios NanoLab’s outstanding high resolution imaging performance. The Elstar features unique technologies, such as constant power lenses for higher thermal stability, electrostatic scanning for faster, higher accurate imaging, and unique...

The Nikon Eclipse Ti2-E is a motorized and intelligent model for advanced imaging applications. Compatible with PFS, auto correction collar, and external phase contrast system. The base of choice for live-cell imaging, high-content applications, confocal and super-resolution.As research trends...

SSRL Experimental Station 14-3b Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource Experimental Station 14-3b is a bending magnet side station dedicated to X-Ray Imaging and Micro X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy of biological, biomedical, materials, and geological samples. Station 14-3b is equipped with...

Model Soil Consortium 2 (MSC-2) Bacterial Isolate Genomes Model Soil Consortium 2 (MSC-2) bacterial isolate genome collections are derived from the soil consortium "MSC-1" multi-species cultured isolate genome collections from a previously reported WA-IsoC_MSC1.1.0 collection of a naturally evolved...

PerCon SFA Project Publication Linked Data Catalog (uploads pending) The Persistence Control of Engineered Functions in Complex Soil Microbiomes Project (PerCon SFA), at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is a Genomic Sciences Program, Biosystems Design, Research Science Focus Area project...

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"Visualizing the Hidden Half: Plant-Microbe Interactions in the Rhizosphere" Plant roots and the associated rhizosphere constitute a dynamic environment that fosters numerous intra- and interkingdom interactions, including metabolite exchange between plants and soil mediated by root exudates and the...

Pending Review Microbiomes contribute to multiple ecosystem services by transforming organic matter in soil. Extreme shifts in the environment, such as drying-rewetting cycles during drought, can impact microbial metabolism of organic matter by altering their physiology and function. These...

Multi-Omics Extended Data Package DOI Rapid Remodeling of the Soil Lipidome in Response to a Drying-Rewetting Event This study reveals specific changes in lipids and metabolites that are indicative of stress adaptation, substrate use, and cellular recovery during soil drying and subsequent rewetting...

"DNA Viral Diversity, Abundance, and Functional Potential Vary across Grassland Soils with a Range of Historical Moisture Regimes" Soil viruses are abundant, but the influence of the environment and climate on soil viruses remains poorly understood. Here, we addressed this gap by comparing the...

"Deconstructing the Soil Microbiome into Reduced-Complexity Functional Modules" The soil microbiome represents one of the most complex microbial communities on the planet, encompassing thousands of taxa and metabolic pathways, rendering holistic analyses computationally intensive and difficult. Here...

Soil samples were collected in triplicate in the fall of 2017 across the three grassland locations having differences in historical annual precipitation field site locations (WA, IA, KS). For each location, one deeply sequenced composite metagenome was obtained to detect viral contigs using a...

Soil samples were collected in triplicate in the fall of 2017 across the three grassland locations having differences in historical annual precipitation field site locations (WA, IA, KS). For each location, one deeply sequenced composite metagenome was obtained to detect viral contigs using a...

Soil samples were collected in triplicate in the fall of 2017 across the three grassland locations having differences in historical annual precipitation field site locations (WA, IA, KS). For each location, one deeply sequenced composite metagenome was obtained to detect viral contigs using a...

Soil samples were collected in triplicate in the Fall of 2017 across the three grassland locations having differences in historical annual precipitation (WA-TmG.1.0, KS-TmG.1.0, and IA-TmG.1.0). For each location, one deeply sequenced composite metagenome (> 1 terabase) were screened for viruses,In...