following articles are downloadable PDF files.
Extremities Newsletter by Antarctic Field Team member Alison
Kelley, featuring Dr. Murray's current research:
genomics and the Southern Ocean (906KB),
The Antarctic Sun, 11/25/01
A.E., E.F. DeLong, and B.J. Carter.
an Understanding of Microbial Diversity and Gene Expression in Antarctic
Picoplankton. American Society of Microbiology 102nd General Meeting,
Salt Lake City UT, May 2002.
- Kameda, A.T., B. Carter,
A. Ghadiri, R.F. Feldman, and A.E. Murray.
- Using environmental contig
assemblies to identify marine picoplankton diversity and open reading
frames for DNA microarray development. Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Salt
Lake City, UT February, 2003.
- Murray, A.E., B. Carter,
R. Cooper, and A. Kameda.
- Utilization of a large-contig
DNA library for exploring Antarctic picoplankton diversity, and as template
for DNA microarrays. MO-LExEn Workshop. NSF, Arlington, VA September
molecular ecology in West Antarctica: applications of DGGE, oligonucleotide
probe hybridizations, and new directions in gene expression analysis.
Alfred Wegner Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven,
Germany, April, 2002.
- Microbial Genomics and the
Environment. Nevada Genomics and Integrative Approaches to Abiotic Stress
Scientific Conference, Lake Tahoe, May 2002.
- New Applications of Molecular
Tools: microarrays in microbial ecology. NSF MO-LExEn Workshop, Arlington,
VA September 2002.
A.E., B. Carter, R. Cooper, and A. Kameda.
- Genomics applications to
the study of diversity and gene expression in Antarctic picoplankton.
Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT February, 2003.