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Highly Cited Papers

Over the years, IGBB scientists have gained a reputation for publishing papers that are widely cited. Information regarding the 100 most highly cited papers authored/co-authored by IGBB employees, faculty fellows, and affiliates is presented below. Citation values are from Scopus. For a particular IGBB fellow/affiliate/staff member, only those papers published while at MS State are included.


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Differential proteomics of plant development

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Tibor Pechan
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2011
IMPACT FACTOR: 5.616
CITATION COUNT: 53





ProtQuant: a tool for the label-free quantification of MudPIT proteomics data

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Susan M. Bridges, Shane C. Burgess, Bindu Nanduri
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2007
IMPACT FACTOR: 4.249
CITATION COUNT: 45





Proteomic analysis using an unfinished bacterial genome: the effects of subminimum inhibitory concentrations of antibiotics on Mannheimia haemolytica virulence factor expression

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Bindu Nanduri, Mark L. Lawrence, Shane C. Burgess
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2005
IMPACT FACTOR: 5.784
CITATION COUNT: 44





Viruses and virus diseases of Rubus

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Sead Sabanadzovic
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2013
IMPACT FACTOR: 10.652
CITATION COUNT: 69





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Employee Spotlight

Whitley Alford
Director of Business Operations
BUSINESS OPS
email
(662) 325-8278
Portera

Research Spotlight


Topic:
Genomics of endangered genera

IGBB Scientists:
Tony Arick
Daniel Peterson

Funding:
USDA

Fellows & Affiliates Spotlight
Attila Karsi
Dr. Attila Karsi
Professor
CVM Comparative Biomedical Sciences
IGBB Affiliate
email
(662) 325-0405
Erdogan Memili
Dr. Erdogan Memili
Professor
Animal & Dairy Sciences
IGBB Affiliate
email
(662) 325-2937

Employee Spotlight

Dr. Chuan-Yu Hsu (Sue)

Senior Research Associate
GENOMICS LEAD
email
(662) 325-9511
Pace 121

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