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National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan 2020

Author(s)
Heather M. Evans, Kristen Greene, William M. Healy, Elizabeth A. Hoffman, Catherine A. Rimmer, Anna V. Sberegaeva, Neil M. Zimmerman
The 2020 National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan provides an analysis of key external factors that could impact NIST and the

Assembly and annotation of an Ashkenazi human reference genome

Author(s)
Justin M. Zook, Justin M. Wagner, Nathanael D. Olson, Steven L. Salzberg, Alaina Shumate, Aleksey V. Zimin, Daniela Puiu, Mihaela Pertea, Marc Salit
Thousands of experiments and studies use the human reference genome as a resource each year. This single reference genome, GRCh38, is a mosaic created from a

Structure of the cell-binding component of the Clostridium difficile binary toxin reveals a di- heptamer macromolecular assembly

Author(s)
Xingjian Xu, Raquel Ruiz, Kaylin Adipietro, Christopher Peralta, Danya Ben-Hail, Kristen Varney, Mary Cook, Braden Roth, Paul Wilder, Thomas E. Cleveland, Alexander V. Grishaev, Heather Neu, Sarah Michel, Wenbo Yu, Dorothy Beckett, Richard Rustandi, Alex MacKerell, Amedee des Georges, Edwin Pozharski, David Weber
Targeting Clostridium difficile infection is challenging because treatment options are limited, and high recurrence rates are common. One reason for this is

Metabolomics Test Materials for Quality Control: A Study of a Urine Materials Suite

Author(s)
Dan Bearden, David A. Sheen, Yamil Simon, Bruce A. Benner Jr., Werickson Fortunato de Carvalho Rocha, Niksa Blonder, Katrice A. Lippa, Richard Beger, Laura Schnackenberg, Jinchun Sun, Khyati Mehta, Amrita Cheema, Haiwei Gu, Ramesh Marupaka, Nagana Gowda, Daniel Raftery
There is a lack of experimental reference materials and standards for metabolomics measurements, such as urine, plasma, and other human fluid samples. Reasons

Recognition of DNA adducts by edited and unedited forms of DNA glycosylase NEIL1

Author(s)
Irina G. Minko, Vladimir Vartanian, Naoto Tozaki, Erdem Coskun, Sanem Hosbas Coskun, Pawel Jaruga, J Yeo, M.P. Stone, M Egli, M Miral Dizdar, Amanda K. McCullough, R S. Lloyd
Pre-mRNA encoding human NEIL1 undergoes editing by adenosine deaminase ADAR1 that converts a single adenosine to inosine, and this conversion results in an

Primary standardization of Ra-224 activity by liquid scintillation counting

Author(s)
Denis E. Bergeron, Jeffrey T. Cessna, Ryan P. Fitzgerald, Brian E. Zimmerman, Lizbeth Laureano-Perez, Ronald Colle, Leticia S. Pibida, Elisa Napoli
A standard for 224Ra activity has been developed, based on triple-to-double coincidence ratio (TDCR) liquid scintillation (LS) counting. The standard was

Standardization of I-124 by three liquid scintillation-based methods

Author(s)
Denis E. Bergeron, Leticia S. Pibida, Brian E. Zimmerman, Jeffrey T. Cessna, Ryan P. Fitzgerald
A solution of 124I was standardized for activity by 4πβ(LS)-γ(NaI) live-timed anticoincidence (LTAC) counting, with confirmatory measurements by triple-to

Workshop 9: Control Cells or Not

Author(s)
Paul Wallace, Jonni S. Moore, Derek Jones, Litwin Virginia, Lili Wang, Yanli Liu
“Control Cells or Not” was an educational workshop that used surveys, lectures, and discussions to identify problems and solutions related to using commercially
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