Articles by Andrew Deonarine in JoVE
High-throughput Screening and Biosensing with Fluorescent C. elegans Strains Chi K. Leung1, Andrew Deonarine1, Kevin Strange2, Keith P. Choe1 1Department of Biology, University of Florida, 2Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory A procedure for liquid-based culturing and dispensing of C. elegans strains expressing fluorescent reporter proteins is described that does not require expensive sorting equipment. This approach can be applied to numerous inducible C. elegans genes for drug discovery or biosensing of contaminants.
Other articles by Andrew Deonarine on PubMed
Creating Web Applications for Spatial Epidemiological Analysis and Mapping in R Using Rwui Source Code for Biology and Medicine. 2011 | Pubmed ID: 21457547 Creating a user friendly web based application which executes an R script allows physicians, epidemiologists, and others unfamiliar with the statistical language to perform powerful statistical analyses easily. The geographic mapping of data is an important tool in spatial epidemiological analysis, and the R project includes many tools for such analyses, but few for visualization. Hence, web applications that run R for epidemiological analysis need to be able to present the results in a geographic format.