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  1. CFAES News | 8.4.2021

    https://vp.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/email/cfaes-news-842021

    the university vaccination rate is now more than 70%, we know there are vaccinated individuals who ...

  2. CFAES News | 6.30.2021

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    counted in our overall vaccination rate. (Students can report their status through the My BuckMD system.) ... rate of the university community.   Sharing your status will allow us to further inform decision-making ...

  3. About Us

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    and  genotyping), and bioinformatics. The facility in Columbus has equipment for metabolomics and ... provides support for bioinformatics. Our mission is to support research at the Ohio State University by ... 43210 Phone: 614-292-7717   Jelmer Poelstra, PhD Research Associate,Bioinformatics poelstra.1@osu.edu ...

  4. CFAES News | 6.9.2021

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    that spending time in nature can reduce blood pressure, heart rate and muscle tension.  Research  done in ...

  5. Rates

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    The rates listed below are for OSU/OARDC faculty. Rates for other educational institutions are 50% ... higher, rates for industry are 100% higher. We offer free technical help for first time pilot genomic or ... only) $ 35.00/hour Bioinformatics MCIC Computational Biology Laboratory membership (for 6 months) ...

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    high throughput sequencing and  genotyping) and bioinformatics. Our mission is to support research at ...

  7. Functional characterizations of bacterial extracellular exudates of three novel Bacillus spp. strains inhibiting the gray mold fungus Botrytis cinerea

    https://crp-dev.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/research-projects/piao-yang

    including the genomics, metabolomics, bioinformatics, and infectious disease biology. Natural compounds ...

  8. Acute Cyanotoxin Exposure in a Mouse Model Reveals a Minimal Effect on Gut Microbiome Composition but Indicates Microbial Functional Changes Relevant to Human Health

    https://crp-dev.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/research-projects/molly-mills

    bioinformatic analysis was done on the QIIME2 platform.  Prediction of microbial functions were examined via ...

  9. Black Raspberry Consumption Significantly Promotes Gut Microbiome Health in Cancerous Mice but Not in Healthy Mice

    https://crp-dev.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/research-projects/fan-he

    metagenomic sequencing and bioinformatic strategies will further extract impactful information on ...

  10. Metagenome-based growth rate of bacteria and metatranscriptome analysis suggests a mechanism of butyrate formation with growth change of faecalibacterium prausnitzii in low methane yield rumen.

    https://crp-dev.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/research-projects/boyang-zhang

    1.2    Results Analysis of metagenome-based growth rates of the rumen microbiome showed that the growth ... rate of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii (a butyrate producer) was significantly lower in LMY sheep than in ... growth rate of Bacillus tended to be higher in LMY sheep than HMY sheep. Metatranscriptomic analysis of ...

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