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Scholarly Works

Gregory Babbitt
Assistant Professor

2017 Submissions

Journal Paper

Ryen, E.G., et al. "Ecological Foraging Models as Inspiration for Optimized Recycling Systems in the Circular Economy." Resources, Conservation & Recycling. (2017): 1-10. Web. *

Babbitt, G.A., et al. "Triplet-Based Codon Organization Optimizes the Impact of Synonymous Mutation on Nucleic Acid Molecular Dynamics." Journal of Molecular Evolution. (2018): 1-12. Web. *

Published Game, Application or Software

Babbitt, G.A., et al. DROIDS 1.2 - Free Software Project for Comparative Protein Dynamics. Software. GitHub. 2017.

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Babbitt, G.A. "Triplet Codon Organization Optimizes the Impact of Synonymous Mutation on Nucleic Acid Molecular Dynamics." Proceedings of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution. Ed. SMBE. Austin, TX: SMBE. £

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Kim Y., J.H. Lee, and G.A. Babbitt. “The enrichment of TATA box and the scarcity of depleted-proximal-nucleosome in the promoters of duplicated yeast genes.” Journal of Molecular Evolution, 70.1 (2010): 69-73. Print. «

Babbitt, G.A., M.Y. Tolstorukov, and Y. Kim. “The molecular evolution of nucleosome positioning through sequence-dependent deformation of the DNA polymer. Special issue - current perspective in nucleosome positioning.” Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, 27.6 (2010): 765-780. Print. «

Babbitt, G.A. “Relaxed Selection Against Accidental Blinding of Transcription Factors with Conserved Chromatin Contexts.” GENE, 466 (2010): 43-48. Print.

Babbitt G.A. and C.R. Cotter. “Functional conservation of nucleosome formation selectively biases presumably neutral molecular variation in yeast genomes.” Genome Biology and Evolution, (2010): n.p. Web.