Labnodes is a research network that is composed of 2,419 users within 89 communities such as centers, laboratories and shared resources. As a whole, this community has annotated 16,160 resources and associated 55,104 publications.


Upcoming Meetings & Seminars

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Jul. 31
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG)
Scott Soleimanpour, MD, University of Michigan
Aug. 21
9:00 PM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG) Talk
TBA
Sep. 4
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG) Talk
Kelli Jordan (Jacobson lab)
Sep. 18
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG) Talk
Danielle Dean, PhD
Oct. 2
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG) Talk
Jordan Wright (Powers lab)

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Vanderbilt Publications

55,104

Publications

3,502

Journals

1,114

Authors

21,592

MeSH Terms

The latest publications added are:

Effect of environmental salt concentration on the Helicobacter pylori exoproteome. Caston RR, Loh JT, Voss BJ, McDonald WH, Scholz MB, McClain MS, Cover TL (2019) J Proteomics : 103374

Added by Timothy Cover on 7/14/2019

Molecular Architecture of the Helicobacter pylori Cag Type IV Secretion System. Hu B, Khara P, Song L, Lin AS, Frick-Cheng AE, Harvey ML, Cover TL, Christie PJ (2019) MBio 10(3)
MeSH terms: Antigens, Bacterial, Bacterial Proteins, Cryoelectron Microscopy, Genomic Islands, Helicobacter pylori ...

Added by Timothy Cover on 7/14/2019

Structure of the Cag type IV secretion system. Chung JM, Sheedlo MJ, Campbell AM, Sawhney N, Frick-Cheng AE, Lacy DB, Cover TL, Ohi MD (2019) Elife

Added by Timothy Cover on 7/14/2019

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Excellent class today!  Even though the class was geared around laboratories, I came away with a better understanding of Labnodes in regard to Communities, Workgroups, etc. and how to use it.

Pam Uttz - Jan. 30, 2014

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