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Guy Plunkett

  • PhD
  • University of Wisconsin Madison
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Research interests

genome annotation.genome organization and evolutionbacteriophage-host interactionsProkaryotic molecular genetics

About

I'm a bacteriologist who stumbled into genomics and bioinformatics when he wasn't looking, and found that he liked it. My expertise lies in the area of prokaryotic genomics, especially within the Enterobacteriaceae. I've been known to refer to myself as a “bioinformaticist without portfolio (or training).”

Co-authors (210)

  • George Mayhew
  • Mark Pitman
  • Rick Stevens
  • Jonathan Eisen

Publications (5)

  • Genome of bacteriophage P1.

    • Łobocka M
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  • The Genomes of Escherichia coli K-12 and Pathogenic E. coli

    • Perna N
    • Glasner J
    • Burland V
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  • DNA Sequence and Analysis of 136 Kilobases of the Escherichia coli Genome: Organizational Symmetry around the Origin of Replication

    • Burland V
    • Plunkett III G
    • Daniels D
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  • Genetic instability associated with short sequence repeats in the bacteriophage T4 serine transfer RNA gene

    • Plunkett G
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  • Maturation Events Leading to Transfer RNA and Ribosomal RNA

    • Mazzara G
    • Plunkett G
    • McClain W
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Professional experience

University of Wisconsin at Madison

Education

Ph.D. (Bacteriology)

University of Wisconsin at Madison

September 1975 - December 1988(13 years)

B.S. (Life Science)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

September 1971 - May 1975(4 years)