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Phenotypic Response of the Soil Microbiome to Environmental Perturbations

Kirsten Hofmockel studies soil samples to achieve a systems-level understanding of the soil microbiome's phenotypic response to changing moisture.
Environmental Significance of the Groundwater—Surface Water Interaction Zone

Alex Crump shows PNNL's Environmental Significance of the Groundwater-Surface Water Interaction Zone project to guests from Virginia Tech.
Microbiomes in Transition (MinT)

Scientist Janet Jansson studies complex microbiomes in soil and the human intestine to understand changes in the composition or function of microbes.
Center for Systems Biology of EnteroPathogens

This three-dimensional model provides an approach to study how changes in bacteria affect gut health and overall human health.
Proteomics Research Resource for Integrative Biology (BTRC)

Chemists Young-Mo Kim (foreground) and Erin Baker (background) prepare biological samples for a variety of 'omics analyses.

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