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Interpreting Large-Scale Phylogenetic Models of Mammal Class Diversification Based on Mitochondrial Biomarkers

Tommy Rodriguez Department of Research & Development, Pangaea Biosciences, Miami, FL, USA Email: trodriguez[@]pangaeabio.com Rodriguez, T. (2016). Interpreting Large- Scale Phylogenetic Models of Mammal Class Diversification Based on Mitochondrial Biomarkers. J Bioinfo Proteomics Rev 2(3): 1- 07. DOI: 10.15436/2381-0793.16.1181. Abstract This investigation reexamines mammal class diversification from a comparative phylogenetic perspective. By reconstructing a large-scale…
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Phylogenetic Considerations in the Evolutionary Development of Aminoglycoside Resistance Genes in Pathogenic Bacteria

Tommy Rodriguez Department of Research & Development, Pangaea Biosciences, Miami, FL, USA Email: trodriguez[@]pangaeabio.com Rodriguez, T. (2015): Phylogenetic Considerations in the Evolutionary Development of Aminoglycoside Resistance Genes in Pathogenic Bacteria. Annual Research & Review in Biology, ISSN: 2347-565X,Vol.: 9, Issue.: 2. DOI: 10.9734/ARRB/2016/22895. Abstract This study revisits antibiotic resistance as a source of evolutionary development…
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Identifying significant biological markers in Klotho gene variants across wide ranging taxonomy

Tommy Rodriguez Department of Research & Development, Pangaea Biosciences, Miami, FL, USA Email: trodriguez[@]pangaeabio.com Journal of Molecular Biology Research. doi: 10.5539/jmbr.v5n1p11 Abstract Biological aging is marked by progressively degenerative physiological change that causes damage to tissues and organs. Errors in biopolymers accumulate over time; mitochondrial dysfunction, telomere attrition, and wider genomic instability lead to an…
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Mutation & Inheritance: The Long Term Effects of Naturally Occurring Radiation on Living Systems

Research Proposal Prepared by: Tommy Rodriguez, M.S. for Pangaea Biosciences Premise: This research proposal seeks to investigate the possibility that naturally occurring radiation (background radiation) could alter species composition (genotype → phenotype) over extended timeframes. We look to establish a parallel between changed levels of natural radiation and significant evolutionary events. In particular, we will…
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Visions of the Everglades: History Ecology Preservation

A wise man named Gaius Plinius Secundus once said, “Home is where the heart is.” Well, South Florida is my home, and my heart lies in its rich, vast wilderness. I am a nature enthusiast with a background in computational biology. My passion for science and nature is self-evident; indeed, it is a passion for…
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