Paul C. Blainey, Ph.D.

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2007 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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room-temperature single-molecule spectroscopy
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X. Sunney Xie grad student 2007 Harvard
 (Single-molecule studies of protein -DNA interaction: Diffusive search and sequence-dependent motors.)
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Kanjilal S, Sater MRA, Thayer M, et al. (2017) Trends in antibiotic susceptibility in Staphylococcus aureus in Boston, Massachusetts, 2000-2014. Journal of Clinical Microbiology
Kim S, De Jonghe J, Kulesa AB, et al. (2017) High-throughput automated microfluidic sample preparation for accurate microbial genomics. Nature Communications. 8: 13919
Xu L, Brito IL, Alm EJ, et al. (2016) Virtual microfluidics for digital quantification and single-cell sequencing. Nature Methods
Xiong K, Blainey PC. (2016) Molecular sled sequences are common in mammalian proteins. Nucleic Acids Research
Mangel WF, McGrath WJ, Xiong K, et al. (2016) Molecular sled is an eleven-amino acid vehicle facilitating biochemical interactions via sliding components along DNA. Nature Communications. 7: 10202
Kimmerling RJ, Lee Szeto G, Li JW, et al. (2016) A microfluidic platform enabling single-cell RNA-seq of multigenerational lineages. Nature Communications. 7: 10220
Bennett RD, Ysasi AB, Belle JM, et al. (2014) Laser microdissection of the alveolar duct enables single-cell genomic analysis. Frontiers in Oncology. 4: 260
Blainey PC, Quake SR. (2014) Dissecting genomic diversity, one cell at a time Nature Methods. 11: 19-21
Landry ZC, Giovanonni SJ, Quake SR, et al. (2013) Optofluidic cell selection from complex microbial communities for single-genome analysis Methods in Enzymology. 531: 61-90
Dodsworth JA, Blainey PC, Murugapiran SK, et al. (2013) Single-cell and metagenomic analyses indicate a fermentative and saccharolytic lifestyle for members of the OP9 lineage. Nature Communications. 4: 1854
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