Michael A. Tanner, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Molecular Diagnostics Mokobio Biotechnology Center, NanjingÄϾ©, China 
Area:
Molecular Microbiology
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Born 1967- San Bernardino, CA USA
1987-1991 BS California State University, San Bernardino
1992-1997 PhD University of Colorado, Boulder
1997-1999 Postdoc University of California, Berkeley
1999-2001 Kairos Scientific, CA
2001-2011 Life Technologies, Applied Biosystems, CA
2011-2012 IntegenX, CA
2012- Mokobio Biotechnoloy Center, Beijing China

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Thomas R. Cech grad student 1992-1997 CU Boulder
Norman R. Pace post-doc 1997-1999 UC Berkeley
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Tanner MA, Everett CL, Youvan DC. (2000) Molecular phylogenetic evidence for noninvasive zoonotic transmission of Staphylococcus intermedius from a canine pet to a human. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 38: 1628-31
Tanner MA, Coleman WJ, Everett CL, et al. (2000) Multispectral bacterial identification Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 3913: 45-53
Tanner MA, Shoskes D, Shahed A, et al. (1999) Prevalence of corynebacterial 16S rRNA sequences in patients with bacterial and "nonbacterial" prostatitis. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 37: 1863-70
Tanner MA, Goebel BM, Dojka MA, et al. (1998) Specific ribosomal DNA sequences from diverse environmental settings correlate with experimental contaminants. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 64: 3110-3
Tanner MA, Anderson EM, Gutell RR, et al. (1997) Mutagenesis and comparative sequence analysis of a base triple joining the two domains of group I ribozymes. Rna (New York, N.Y.). 3: 1037-51
Tanner MA, Cech TR. (1997) Joining the two domains of a group I ribozyme to form the catalytic core. Science (New York, N.Y.). 275: 847-9
Tanner MA, Cech TR. (1996) Activity and thermostability of the small self-splicing group I intron in the pre-tRNA(Ile) of the purple bacterium Azoarcus Rna. 2: 74-83
Tanner MA, Cech TR. (1995) An important RNA tertiary interaction of group I and group II introns is implicated in gram-positive RNase P RNAs. Rna (New York, N.Y.). 1: 349-50
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