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High Impact Research

Over the years, IGBB scientists have gained a reputation for publishing papers that are widely cited. Below are papers that are (a) authored/co-authored by an IGBB employee, faculty fellow, or affiliate and (b) fall within the top ten percent of scientific publications with regard to citation impact. Citation benchmarking values are from Scopus. Papers in the 99th percentile are in the top 1% globally. Citation benchmarking takes into account the date of publication, the document type, and discipline-specific factors. For a particular IGBB fellow/affiliate/staff member, only those papers published while at MS State are included. The list below is updated periodically.


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The Sorghum bicolor genome and the diversification of grasses

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Daniel G. Peterson
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2009
IMPACT FACTOR: 17.621
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 1982





Gene Ontology Consortium: going forward

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Shane C. Burgess, Teresia J. Buza, Catherine R. Gresham, Fiona M. McCarthy, Lakshmi Pillai
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2015
IMPACT FACTOR: 10.031
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 1698





The genome sequence of taurine cattle: a window to ruminant biology and evolution

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Erdogan Memili, Nelida Rodriguez-Osorio
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2009
IMPACT FACTOR: 15.467
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 831





Whole-genome analyses resolve early branches in the tree of life of modern birds

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
David A. Ray
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2014
IMPACT FACTOR: 18.914
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 993





Sequencing of allotetraploid cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L. acc. TM-1) provides a resource for fiber improvement

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Daniel G. Peterson
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2015
IMPACT FACTOR: 25.478
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 883





Repeated polyploidization of Gossypium genomes and the evolution of spinnable cotton fibres

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Daniel G. Peterson, Kurt C. Showmaker, William S. Sanders
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2012
IMPACT FACTOR: 23.866
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 746





Butterfly genome reveals promiscuous exchange of mimicry adaptations among species

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Brian A. Counterman, David A. Ray
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2012
IMPACT FACTOR: 23.866
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 705





The Gene Ontology project in 2008

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Shane C. Burgess, Fiona M. McCarthy
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2008
IMPACT FACTOR: 7.408
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 541





Comparative genomics reveals insights into avian genome evolution and adaptation

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Federico G. Hoffmann, David A. Ray
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2014
IMPACT FACTOR: 18.914
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 507





Gene ontology annotations and resources

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Susan M. Bridges, Shane C. Burgess, Teresia J. Buza, Fiona M. McCarthy, Lakshmi Pillai
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2013
IMPACT FACTOR: 8.212
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 397





The genome of the green anole lizard and a comparative analysis with birds and mammals

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
David A. Ray, Jeremy D. Smith
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2011
IMPACT FACTOR: 22.789
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 411





Adverse outcome pathway (AOP) development I: Strategies and principles

Highly Cited Publications
IGBB Authors:
Natàlia Garcia-Reyero
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2014
IMPACT FACTOR: 5.023
SCOPUS CITATIONS: 343





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Employee Spotlight

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Research Spotlight


Topic:
Discovery of new protists

IGBB Scientists:
Matthew Brown

Funding:
NSF & others

Fellows & Affiliates Spotlight
Mark Lawrence
Dr. Mark Lawrence
Professor
CVM Basic Sciences
IGBB Affiliate
email
(662) 325-1205
Terezie
Dr. Terezie Tolar-Peterson
Associate Professor
Food Science, Nutrition & Health Promotion
IGBB Affiliate
email
(662) 325-5902

Employee Spotlight

Dr. Shankar G. Shanmugam

Assistant Research Professor
FACULTY
email
(662) 325-0807
117 Dorman Hall

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