Publications: The Scientist

  1. Mass spec analysis of protein interactions,” The Scientist, 30[10], October 2016.
  2. Researchers grow ‘Frankenstein ants’ to study epigenetics,” The Scientist, 30[10], October 2016.
  3. How to build bioinformatic pipelines using Galaxy,” The Scientist, 30[8], August 2016.
  4. Becoming acculturated,” The Scientist, 30[5], May 2016.
  5. Marriages of opportunity,” The Scientist, 30[2], February 2016.
  6. Free flow,” The Scientist, 29[12], December 2015.
  7. Cracking the complex,” The Scientist, 29[11], November 2015.
  8. Get with the program,” The Scientist, 29[8], August 2015.
  9. Flow cytometry on-a-chip,” The Scientist, 29[6], June 2015.
  10. Chill GPS,” The Scientist, 29[3], March 2015.
  11. Cutting the wire,” The Scientist, 28[12], December 2014.
  12. Eyes on the prize,” The Scientist, 28[10], October 2014.
  13. Nuclear cartography,” The Scientist, 28[10], October 2014.
  14. Singularly alluring,” The Scientist, 28[6], June 2014.
  15. Traces of trauma in sperm RNA,” The Scientist, April 13, 2014.
  16. PCR: Past, present, & future,” The Scientist, 27[12]:63–5, December 2013.
  17. Name that metabolite!” The Scientist, 27[7]:55–8, July 2013.
  18. Gene patents decision: Everybody wins,” The Scientist, June 18, 2013.
  19. DIY in the lab,” The Scientist, 27[3]:62–4, March 2013.
  20. Brighter, smaller, faster,” The Scientist, 27[2]:60–2, February 2013.
  21. Genomics 101,” The Scientist, 26[12]:20–2, December 2012.
  22. A guide to the epigenome,” The Scientist, 26[11]:60–2, November 2012.
  23. The sharper image,” The Scientist, 26[10], October 2012.
  24. Microbiology goes high-tech,” The Scientist, 26[6]:59–61, June 2012.
  25. Microscopy boot camp,” The Scientist, 26[4]:19, April 2012.
  26. Metabolites involved in chronic pain,” The Scientist, Jan. 22, 2012.
  27. No mo’ slow flow,” The Scientist, 26[1]:54–56, January 2012.
  28. Charting the course,” The Scientist, 25[10]:70, October 2011.
  29. Speak, RNA,” The Scientist, 25[9]:52, September 2011.
  30. How green is my lab,” The Scientist, 25[7]:54, July 2011.
  31. Sequence analysis 101,” The Scientist, 25[3]:60, March 2011.
  32. Outsourcing your RNA,” The Scientist, 24[9]:63, September 2010.
  33. Probing proteins,” The Scientist, 24[8]:55, August 2010.
  34. Structure made simple,” The Scientist, 24[3]:67, March 2010.
  35. Can mass spec really do that?” The Scientist, 24[2]:49, February 2010.
  36. Tailor-made mass spec,” The Scientist, 23[11]:57, November 2009.
  37. Surpassing the law of averages,” The Scientist, 23[9]:59, September 2009.
  38. Sequencing on target,” The Scientist, 23[5]:57, May 2009.
  39. Mass spectacle,” The Scientist, 23[3]:61, March 2009.
  40. Freeze frame,” The Scientist, 23[2]:56, February 2009.
  41. Close encounters,” The Scientist, 22[10]:61, October 2008.
  42. Modifications abound,” The Scientist, 22[8]:59, August 2008.
  43. Sweet attachments,” The Scientist, 22[5]:67, May 2008.
  44. Peak addition,” The Scientist, 22[3]:71, March 2008.
  45. Cancer stem cells drive metastasis,” The Scientist Daily News, Sept. 12, 2007.
  46. DNA labs facing huge backlog,” The Scientist Daily News, May 21, 2007.
  47. What can systems biology do for you?” The Scientist, 21[3]:68, March 2007.
  48. Teeth, whiskers bioengineered,” The Scientist Daily News, Feb. 19, 2007.
  49. Tumors shrink when p53 restored,” The Scientist Daily News, Jan. 24, 2007.
  50. How p53 keeps the cellular peace,” The Scientist Daily News, Jan. 18, 2007.
  51. Robotics for the small scale,” The Scientist, 21[1]:64, January 2007.
  52. Studies you can use,” The Scientist, 21[1]:63, January 2007.
  53. DNA damage repair defect unifies theories of aging,” The Scientist Daily News, Dec. 20, 2006.
  54. Bacterial census of Texas air reveals microbial diversity,” The Scientist Daily News, Dec. 19, 2006.
  55. New class of small RNAs discovered,” The Scientist Daily News, Dec. 14, 2006.
  56. Novel viral strategy for evading RNA silencing,” The Scientist Daily News, Dec. 1, 2006.
  57. Who wants the X Prize?” The Scientist, 20[12]:65, December 2006.
  58. Five questions on QPCR,” The Scientist, 20[12]:66, December 2006.
  59. Colon cancer stem cells identified,” The Scientist Daily News, Nov. 20, 2006.
  60. Lab equipment you need – sort of,” The Scientist, 20[11]:67, November 2006.
  61. Six things you won’t find in the MAQC,” The Scientist, 20[11]:68, November 2006.
  62. MicroRNA evolution put to the test,” The Scientist Daily News, Oct. 30, 2006.
  63. Osteogenesis imperfecta gene identified,” The Scientist Daily News, Oct. 19, 2006.
  64. Genetic basis of XX males discovered,” The Scientist Daily News, Oct. 16, 2006.
  65. A lab start-up,” The Scientist, 20[10]:75, October 2006.
  66. Per2 phosphorylation tied to sleep disorder,” The Scientist Daily News, Sept. 20, 2006.
  67. Off-target effects plague Drosophila RNAi,” The Scientist Daily News, Sept. 11, 2006.
  68. Needed: Praise for postdocs,” The Scientist, 20[9]:71, September 2006.
  69. Neil Kelleher: Thinking big then doing it,” The Scientist, 20[8]:63, August 2006.
  70. The scientific do-over,” The Scientist, 20[8]:65, August 2006.
  71. Proteomics in the kitchen,” The Scientist, 20[7]:17, July 2006.
  72. An archaeal pathogen?” The Scientist, 20[7]:18, July 2006.
  73. Which transcription factor assay should you use?” The Scientist, 20[7]:66, July 2006.
  74. The big picture in microbial genomics,” The Scientist, 20[7]:59, July 2006.
  75. Give P2P a chance,” The Scientist, 20[7]:65, July 2006.
  76. Making your case,” The Scientist, 20[7]:74, July 2006.
  77. Helen Blackwell: The accidental microbiologist,” The Scientist, 20[6]:69, June 2006.
  78. Why you should be annotating,” The Scientist, 20[6]:71, June 2006.
  79. Upgrade your lab to TIRF,” The Scientist, 20[6]:72, June 2006.
  80. Open access brings more citations,” The Scientist Daily News, May 17, 2006.
  81. No role for neurogenesis in enrichment?“ The Scientist Daily News, May 1, 2006.
  82. My own private synchrotron,” The Scientist, 20[5]:71, May 2006.
  83. Ten steps to better HPLC,” The Scientist, 20[5]:72, May 2006.
  84. Asymmetry gene identified,” The Scientist Daily News, April 6, 2006.
  85. Big night for life science industry,” The Scientist Daily News, April 4, 2006.
  86. J.M. Perkel, I. Ganguli, “2006 Life Science Industry Awards,“ The Scientist, 20[4]:85, April 2006.
  87. The New Orleans mold project,” The Scientist, 20[4]:21, April 2006.
  88. In search of microarray standards,” The Scientist, 20[4]:73, April 2006.
  89. How to detect apoptosis,” The Scientist, 20[4]:74, April 2006.
  90. An X chromosome balancing act,” The Scientist Daily News, March 17, 2006.
  91. Rebuilding research after Katrina,” The Scientist Daily News, March 2, 2006.
  92. The trouble with kits,” The Scientist, 20[3]:73, March 2006.
  93. My own private genome,” The Scientist, 20[2]:67, February 2006.
  94. Coming soon to a kit near you,” The Scientist, 20[1]:70, January 2006.
  95. The future of citation analysis,” The Scientist, 19[20]:24, Oct. 24, 2005.
  96. M. Greener, J.M. Perkel, “The yeast two-hybrid assay,” The Scientist, 19[16]:32, Aug. 29, 2005.
  97. 15 tips & tricks for human embryonic stem cells,” The Scientist, 19[13]:18, July 4, 2005.
  98. Biology by the numbers,” The Scientist, 19[12]:32, June 20, 2005.
  99. Need a paper? Fake it,” The Scientist, 19[9]:12, May 9, 2005.
  100. Medicine gets personal,” The Scientist, 19[8]:34, April 25, 2005.
  101. Life science industry feted,” The Scientist Daily News, Dec. 7, 2004.
  102. J.M. Perkel, A. Constans, J. Shmirkin, “The Life Science Industry Awards,” The Scientist, 18[23]:13, Dec. 6, 2004.
  103. The ups and downs of nanobiotech,” The Scientist, 18[16]:14, Aug. 30, 2004.
  104. Validating the interactome,” The Scientist, 18[12]:18, June 21, 2004.
  105. Protein expression patent fight,” The Scientist Daily News, May 14, 2004.
  106. Investigating molecular motors step by step,” The Scientist, 18[5]:19, Mar. 15, 2004.
  107. Mad cow test options plentiful,” The Scientist Daily News, Jan. 12, 2004.
  108. J.M. Perkel, A. Constans, “The 2003 Readers’ Choice Awards,” The Scientist, 17[24]:18, Dec. 15, 2003.
  109. US amends ‘select agent’ regs,” The Scientist Daily News, Nov. 10, 2003.
  110. ’Select agent’ clearances delayed,” The Scientist Daily News, Oct. 29, 2003.
  111. Nanoscience is out of the bottle,” The Scientist, 17[15]:20, July 28, 2003.
  112. Feeding the info junkies,” The Scientist, 17[Suppl. 1]:S39, June 2, 2003.
  113. Microbiology vigil: Probing what’s out there,” The Scientist, 17[9]:40, May 5, 2003.
  114. G. Dutton, J.M. Perkel, “Shhh: Silencing genes with RNA interference,” The Scientist, 17[7]:42, Apr. 7, 2003.
  115. Technologies vie for dominance,” The Scientist, 17[5]:20, Mar. 10, 2003.
  116. The Scientist Readers’ Choice Awards,” The Scientist, 16[24]:45, Dec. 9, 2002.
  117. SGI advances high-performance computing, collaborative research,” The Scientist, 16[23]:44, Nov. 25, 2002.
  118. Tissue microarrays: Advancing clinical genomics,” The Scientist, 16[21]:39, Oct. 28, 2002.
  119. Ribozymes: Hearkening back to an RNA world,” The Scientist, 16[18]:31, Sept. 16, 2002.
  120. Researchers are getting specific about protein kinase inhibitors,” The Scientist, 16[17]:37, Sept. 2, 2002.
  121. Researchers dissect the mechanisms of HIV infection,” The Scientist, 16[11]:34, May 27, 2002.
  122. Telomeres as the key to cancer,” The Scientist, 16[11]:38, May 27, 2002.
  123. Glycobiology goes to the ball,” The Scientist, 16[9]:32, Apr. 29, 2002.
  124. Nanotech dreams,” The Scientist, 16[5]:34, Mar. 4, 2002.
  125. Desktop sequence analysis software,” The Scientist, 15[23]:29, Nov. 26, 2001.
  126. L. Defrancesco, J.M. Perkel, “In search of genomic variation,” The Scientist, 15[21]:24, Oct. 29, 2001.
  127. Translation just in the cytoplasm? Think again,” The Scientist, 15[21]:8, Oct. 29, 2001.
  128. Insulin receptor takes center stage,” The Scientist, 15[17]:14, Sept. 3, 2001.
  129. A look at Drosophila pattern formation,” The Scientist, 15[17]:19, Sept. 3, 2001.
  130. NCI, Cray blaze through genome map,” The Scientist, 15[16]:1, Aug. 20, 2001.
  131. Mass spectrometry applications for proteomics,” The Scientist, 15[16]:31, Aug. 20, 2001.
  132. Seeking a cellular oxygen sensor,” The Scientist, 15[10]:15, May 14, 2001.
  133. Distinguishing Th1 and Th2 cells,” The Scientist, 15[10]:22, May 14, 2001.
  134. J.M. Perkel, A. Constans, “Mutants made easy,” The Scientist, 15[3]:25, Feb. 5, 2001.
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