University of Nebraska-Lincoln
2 articles published in JoVE
Determination of the Mechanical Properties of Flexible Connectors for Use in Insulated Concrete Wall Panels Fray F. Pozo-Lora1, Marc Maguire2 1Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra, 2Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction, University of Nebraska-Lincoln We propose a testing protocol that can be combined with widely available analytical methods to assess the mechanical properties of shear connectors for use in the design of insulated concrete wall panels to predict full-scale insulated panel behavior.
Heuristic Mining of Hierarchical Genotypes and Accessory Genome Loci in Bacterial Populations Natasha Pavlovikj*1, Joao Carlos Gomes-Neto*2,3, Andrew K. Benson2,3 1Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2Department of Food Science and Technology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 3Nebraska Food for Health Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln This analytical computational platform provides practical guidance for microbiologists, ecologists, and epidemiologists interested in bacterial population genomics. Specifically, the work presented here demonstrated how to perform: i) phylogeny-guided mapping of hierarchical genotypes; ii) frequency-based analysis of genotypes; iii) kinship and clonality analyses; iv) identification of lineage differentiating accessory loci.