Stephen P Ficklin

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NameStephen P Ficklin
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Bioinformaticist and Tripal Developer at the Main Bioinformatics Laboratory at Washington State University. Formerly at Clemson University Genomics Institute.
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AffiliationWashington State University. Pullman, WA. USA
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Given NameStephen P.
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YearPublication
2011Ficklin SP, Sanderson LA, Cheng CH, Staton ME, Lee T, Cho IH, Jung S, Bett KE, Main D. Tripal: a construction toolkit for online genome databases. Database : the journal of biological databases and curation. 2011; 2011:bar044.
2013Gibson SM, Ficklin SP, Isaacson S, Luo F, Feltus FA, Smith MC. Massive-scale gene co-expression network construction and robustness testing using random matrix theory. PloS one. 2013; 8(2):e55871.
2012Spangler JB, Ficklin SP, Luo F, Freeling M, Feltus FA. Conserved non-coding regulatory signatures in Arabidopsis co-expressed gene modules. PloS one. 2012; 7(9):e45041.
2011Wang Y, Wang X, Tang H, Tan X, Ficklin SP, Feltus FA, Paterson AH. Modes of gene duplication contribute differently to genetic novelty and redundancy, but show parallels across divergent angiosperms. PloS one. 2011; 6(12):e28150.
2011Saski CA, Feltus FA, Staton ME, Blackmon BP, Ficklin SP, Kuhn DN, Schnell RJ, Shapiro H, Motamayor JC. A genetically anchored physical framework for Theobroma cacao cv. Matina 1-6. BMC genomics. 2011; 12:413.
2011Feltus FA, Saski CA, Mockaitis K, Haiminen N, Parida L, Smith Z, Ford J, Staton ME, Ficklin SP, Blackmon BP, Cheng CH, Schnell RJ, Kuhn DN, Motamayor JC. Sequencing of a QTL-rich region of the Theobroma cacao genome using pooled BACs and the identification of trait specific candidate genes. BMC genomics. 2011; 12:379.
2011Ficklin SP, Feltus FA. Gene coexpression network alignment and conservation of gene modules between two grass species: maize and rice. Plant physiology. 2011 Jul; 156(3):1244-56.
2010Ficklin SP, Luo F, Feltus FA. The association of multiple interacting genes with specific phenotypes in rice using gene coexpression networks. Plant physiology. 2010 Sep; 154(1):13-24.