Academic Publications

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N. R. Adames, J. E. Gallegos, S. Y. Hunt, W. K. So, J. Peccoud. Hands-on introduction to syntheti biology or security professionals. Trends in Biotechnology.

N. R. Adames, J. E. Gallegos, J Peccoud. Yeast genetic interaction screens in the age of CRISPR/Cas. Current Genetics. 65 (2), 307-327.

J. E. Gallegos, S. Hayrynen, N. Adames, J. Peccoud. Challenges and opportunities for strain verification by whole-genome sequencing. BioRXIV: (Submitted)

J. E. Gallegos, C. Boyer, E. Pauwels, W. Kaplan, J. Peccoud. The Open Insulin Project, a Case Study for “Biohacked” Medicines. Trends in Biotechnology. 2018; 36 (12), 1211-1218.

D. M. Kar, I. Ray, J. E. Gallegos, J. Peccoud. Digital Signatures to Ensure the Authenticity and Integrity of Synthetic DNA Molecules. Proceedings of the New Security Paradigms Workshop, 110-122

J. E. Gallegos. Alternative Splicing Plays a Major Role in Plant Response to Cold Temperatures. The Plant Cell. 2018; Epub:

J. E. Gallegos. Autophagy: Both Friend and Foe in Pseudomonas syringae Infection. The Plant Cell. 2018; 30 (3), 522-523.

J. E. Gallegos & A. B. Rose. Intron-mediated enhancement is not limited to introns. BioRXIV:

Peccoud, J. E. Gallegos, R. Murch, W. Buchholz, S. Raman. Cyberbiosecurity: from naïve trust to risk awareness. Trends in Biotechnology. 2018; 36(1):4-7.

J. E. Gallegos & A. B. Rose. Intron DNA sequences can be more important than the proximal promoter in determining the site of transcript initiation. The Plant Cell. 2017; 29(4):845-853.

J. E. Gallegos & A. B. Rose. The enduring mystery of intron-mediated enhancement. Plant Science. 2015; 237:8-15.

J. E. Gallegos. The role of the Ou element in SL1 trans-splicing in C. elegans nematodes. University of Colorado, Boulder; Undergraduate Honors Theses. 2011. Paper 596

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