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January: Michael Taylor
February: Marna Yandeau-Nelson
March: Paul Lockman
April: Martin Gruebele

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January: David D. Thomas
February: Elizabeth Austin-Minor
March: Juliette Lecomte
April: David Millar
May: Lukas Tamm
September: David Millar
September: Dongping Zhong
October: Jonathan V. Rocheleau
November: Yevgenya Grinblat
December: Michael Graner

2011

January: Clay Carter
February (a): Anne Kenworthy
February (b): Jennifer Liang
March: Joe Johnson
April: Marco Ciufolini
May: Gary Pielak
October: Matthew Andrews
December: Andrew Skildum

2010

November: Rui Wang
October: Marshall Hampton

The Transcriptome of a Mammalian Hibernator

Speaker: Dr. Marshall Hampton; Assistant Professor, Dept of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Minnesota Duluth

Time/Place: Thursday, Oct. 28th at 3:00 pm, 130 SMed

Abstract: Mammalian hibernators exhibit extreme physiological changes, with repeated bouts of torpor at low body temperatures (close to freezing) and reduced metabolism (1% of normal). These torpor bouts have interruptions by rapid arousals throughout a hibernation season. Massive changes in gene regulation are necessary for coping with these extremes. This talk reviews the phenomenon of mammalian hibernation and then presents recent work on characterizing the transcriptome of a model hibernator, the 13-lined ground squirrel (in cooperation with the Andrews lab). This involves data from Sanger sequencing, the Roche 454 platform, and in the near future Illumina sequencing as well.

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