The Hubbard Center for Genome Studies (HCGS) was established in 2001 to provide a focal point for genomic research at UNH. Led by Director Kelley Thomas, HCGS is devoted to understanding the structure and function of genomes from across the spectrum of life, and has a particularly strong focus on marine and aquatic organisms. Research in the center takes a holistic approach to molecular biology and evolution by studying the complete genome and its protein expression patterns

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Submissions from 2012

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Dramatic shifts in benthic microbial eukaryote communities following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Holly M. Bik, Kenneth M. Halanych, Jyotsna Sharma, and W. Kelley Thomas

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Sequencing and analysis of the gastrula transcriptome of the brittle star Ophiocoma wendtii, Roy Vaughn, Nancy Garnhart, James R. Garey, W. K. Thomas, and Brian T. Livingston

Submissions from 2011

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Molecular diversity of fungal phylotypes co-amplified alongside nematodes from coastal and deep-sea marine environments, Punyasloke Bhadury, Holly Bik, John D. Lambshead, Melanie C. Austen, Gary R. Smerdon, and Alex D. Rogers

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The ecoresponsive genome of Daphnia pulex , John K. Colbourne, Michael E. Pfrender, Donald Gilbert, W. Kelley Thomas, Abraham Tucker, Todd H. Oakley, Shinichi Tokishita, and Philip J. Hatcher

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Shifting patterns of natural variation in the nuclear genome of caenorhabditis elegans, Eleanne Solorzano, Kazufusa Okamoto, Pushpa Datla, Way Sung, R. D. Bergeron, and W. K. Thomas

Submissions from 2010

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Moving towards a complete molecular framework of the Nematoda: a focus on the Enoplida and early-branching clades, Holly M. Bik, P. John D. Lambshead, W. Kelley Thomas, and David H. Lunt

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Low endemism, continued deep-shallow interchanges, and evidence for cosmopolitan distributions in free-living marine nematodes (order Enoplida), Holly M. Bik, W. Kelley Thomas, David H. Lunt, and P. John D. Lambshead

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Simple sequence repeat variation in the Daphnia pulex genome, Way Sung, Abraham Tucker, R. Daniel Bergeron, Michael Lynch, and W. Kelley Thomas

Submissions from 2007

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Sampling Daphnia's expressed genes: preservation, expansion and invention of crustacean genes with reference to insect genomes, John K. Colbourne, Brian D. Eads, Joseph Shaw, Elizabeth Bohuski, Darren J. Bauer, and Justen Andrews

Submissions from 2005

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A BAC-based physical map of the Nile tilapia genome, Takayuki Katagiri, Celeste Kidd, Elizabeth Tomasino, Jesse T. Davis, Cassandra Wishon, Justin E. Stern, Karen L. Carleton, Aimee E. Howe, and Thomas D. Kocher