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Prior infection with influenza virus but not vaccination leaves a long-term immunological imprint that intensifies the protective efficacy of antigenically drifted vaccine strains.

JH K, J L, AJ R, X L, N M, J J, S S.  2016.  Prior infection with influenza virus but not vaccination leaves a long-term immunological imprint that intensifies the protective efficacy of antigenically drifted vaccine strains.. Vaccine. 34(4)

Biphasic clearance of incompatible red blood cells through a novel mechanism requiring neither complement nor Fcγ receptors in a murine model.

JS L, EA H, S S, CM C, SL S, JC Z.  2012.  Biphasic clearance of incompatible red blood cells through a novel mechanism requiring neither complement nor Fcγ receptors in a murine model.. Transfusion. 52(12)

Chrysochromulina sp.: A proposed lipid standard for the algal biofuel industry and its application to diverse taxa for screening lipid content

Bigelow N, Barker J, Ryken S, Patterson J, Hardin W, Barlow S, Deodato C, Cattolico RAnn.  2013.  Chrysochromulina sp.: A proposed lipid standard for the algal biofuel industry and its application to diverse taxa for screening lipid content. Algal Research. 2(4):385-393.

The mitochondrial and chloroplast genomes of the haptophyte Chrysochromulina tobin contain unique repeat structures and gene profiles

Hovde BT, Starkenburg SR, Hunsperger HM, Mercer LD, Deodato CR, Jha RK, Chertkov O, Monnat RJ, Cattolico R.  2014.  The mitochondrial and chloroplast genomes of the haptophyte Chrysochromulina tobin contain unique repeat structures and gene profiles. BMC Genomics. 15(1):604.

Genome Sequence and Transcriptome Analyses of Chrysochromulina tobin: Metabolic Tools for Enhanced Algal Fitness in the Prominent Order Prymnesiales (Haptophyceae)

Hovde BT, Deodato CR, Hunsperger HM, Ryken SA, Yost W, Jha RK, Patterson J, Monnat RJ, Barlow SB, Starkenburg SR et al..  2015.  Genome Sequence and Transcriptome Analyses of Chrysochromulina tobin: Metabolic Tools for Enhanced Algal Fitness in the Prominent Order Prymnesiales (Haptophyceae). PLOS Genetics. 11(9):e1005469.

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