We believe that basic research and the cultivation of scientific knowledge is critical for us to stay connected with our customers and to drive scientific breakthroughs. At NEB, over 30 labs participate in research projects, which are aided by post-doctoral fellows and students in Masters and Ph.D. programs. NEB researchers have authored or co-authored over 1,200 publications (as of 1/19) many of which are in peer-reviewed journals. Further, NEB products have been used successfully in numerous publications by scientists throughout the world.
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|2017||Targeted enrichment and sequencing of recent endosymbiont-host lateral gene transfers||<em>Sci. Rep</em>||Dunning-Hotopp J., Slatko, B. and Foster, J.|
|2017||The gut commensal microbiome of Drosophila melanogaster is modified by the endosymbiont Wolbachia||mSphere||Simhardi, R.K., Fast,E.M., Guo, R., Schultz, M.J., Vaisman, N., Ortiz, L., Bybee, J., Slatko, B.E., Frydman, H.M.|
|2016||Absence of the filarial endosymbiont Wolbachia in seal heartworm (Acanthocheilonema spirocauda) but evidence of ancient lateral gene transfer||<em>J Parasitol</em>||Keroack, C.D., Wurster, J.I., Decker, C.G., Williams, K.M., Slatko, B.E., Foster, J.M. and Williams, S.A.|
|2014||Absense of Wolbachia endobacteria in the human parasitic nematode Dracunculus medinensis and two related Dracunculus species infecting wildlife||<em>Parasit. Vectors</em>||Foster, J.M., Landmann, F., Ford, L., Johnston, K.L., Elsasser, S.C., Schulte-Hostedde, A.I., Taylor, M.J. and Slatko, B.E.|
|2014||Co-evolution between an endosymbiont and its nematode host: Wolbachia asymmetric posterior localization and AP polarity establishment||<em>PLoS Negl. Trop. Dis</em>||Landmann F, Foster JM, Michalski ML, Slatko BE, Sullivan W|
|2013||The molecular biology, immunology and chemotherapy of Wolbachia bacterial endosymbionts of filarial nematodes||Parasitic Namatodes: Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Immunology||Foster, J.M., Hoerauf, A., Slatko, B.E. and Taylor, M.J.|
|2013||Extensively duplicated and transcriptionally active recent lateral gene transfer from a bacterial Wolbachia endosymbiont to its host filarial nematode Brugia malayi||<em>BMC Genomics</em>||Ionnidis, P., Johnston, K.L., Riley, D.R., Kumar, N., White, J.R., Olarte, K.T., Ott, S., Tallon, L.J., Foster, J.M., Taylor, M.J. and Dunning-Hotopp, J.C.|
|2012||Efficient in vitro RNA interference and immunofluorescence-based phenotype analysis in a human parasitic nematode, Brugia malayi||<em>Parasit. Vectors</em>||Landmann, F., Foster, J. M., Slatko, B. E. and Sullivan, W.|
|2011||Recombination in Wolbachia endosymbionts of filarial nematodes?||<em>Appl. Environ. Microbiol</em>||Foster, J., Slatko, B., Bandi, C.and Kumar, S.|
|2012||Nematode-Bacterium Symbioses - Cooperation and Conflict Revealed in the 'Omics' Age||Biol. Bulletin||Murfin, K., Dillman, A., Foster, J., Bulgheresi, S., Slatko, B., Sternberg, P. and Goodrich-Blair, H.|