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Bibliography - Published Manuscripts

  • High-throughput bioinformatics infrastructures for cluster and cloud computing platforms.
    1. Jensen T.L., Frasketi M., Conway K., Villarroel L., Hill H., Krampis K. and Goll J.B. (2017). F1000Research, 6, 2162. “RSEQREP: RNA-Seq Reports, an open-source cloud-enabled framework for reproducible RNA-Seq data processing, analysis, and result reporting”.
    2. Ali T., Kim B., Lijeron C., Ogunwobi O.O., Mazumder R. and Krampis K. (2017). PeerJ Preprints, 5, p.e3385v1. “TED toolkit: a comprehensive approach for convenient transcriptomic profiling as a clinically oriented application”.
    3. Kim B., Ali T., Lijeron C. and Krampis K. (2017). Gigascience. 6(8), 1–7. “Bio-Docklets: Virtualization Containers for Portable, Scalable NGS Data Analysis”.
    4. Alterovitz G., Dean D.A., …. Krampis K., et al. (2017). bioRxiv, p.191783. “Enabling Precision Medicine via standard communication of NGS provenance, analysis, and results”.
    5. Kim B., Ali T., Dong C., Laungani B., Wultsch C., Lijeron C. and Krampis K. (2017). bioRxiv, p.209734. “miCloud: a plug and play, on-premises bioinformatics cloud, providing seamless integration with Illumina genome sequencers”.
    6. Kim B., Ali T., Hosmer S. and Krampis K. (2016). Bioinformatics, 10, 1093. “Visual Omics Explorer (VOE): a Cross-Platform Portal for Interactive Data Visualization”.
    7. Afgan E., Krampis K., Goonasekera N., Skala K. and Taylor J. (2015). IEEE-MIPRO, 38, 223-228. “Building and provisioning bioinformatics environments on public and private clouds”.
    8. Krampis K. and Wultsch C. (2015). Methods in Next Generation Sequencing, 2(1). “A Review of Cloud Computing Bioinformatics Solutions for Next-Gen Sequencing Data Analysis and Research”.
    9. Kumari P., Mazumder R., Simonyan V. and Krampis K. (2015). F1000 Research, 4, 20. “Advantages of distributed and parallel algorithms that leverage Cloud Computing platforms for large-scale genome assembly”.
    10. Krishnakumar V., Hanlon M.R., Contrino S., Ferlanti E.S., Krampis K…and Town C.D. (2014). Nucleic Acids Research, 28(43), 1003-1009. “Araport: the Arabidopsis Information Portal”.
    11. Krampis K., Booth T., Chapman B., Tiwari B., Field D. and Nelson K.E. (2012). BMC Bioinformatics, 13, 42. “Cloud Biolinux: pre-configured and on-demand computing for the genomics community”.
  • Bioinformatics for Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) clinical and personal genomics.
    1. Brown S.M., Hao Y., Chen H., Laungani B.P., Ali T.A., Dong C., Lijeron C., Kim B., Krampis K. and Pei Z. (2017). bioRxiv, p.120402. "Fast functional annotation of metagenomic shotgun data by DNA alignment to a microbial gene catalog".
    2. Das D.K., Ali T., Krampis K. and Ogunwobi O. (2017). Data in Brief, 11, 131-35. “Fibronectin and androgen receptor expression data in prostate cancer obtained from a RNA-sequencing bioinformatics analysis”
    3. Das D.K., Naidoo M., Ilboudo A., Park J.Y., Ali T., Krampis K., Robinson B.D., Osborne J.R. and Ogunwobi O. (2016). Experimental Cell Research, 348(2), 190-200. “miR-1207-3p regulates the androgen receptor in prostate cancer via FNDC1/fibronectin”.
    4. Bubnell J., Jamet S., Tomoiaga D., D’Hulst C., Krampis K. and Feinstein P. (2015). PloS ONE, 10(10), p.e0141712. “In Vitro Mutational and Bioinformatics Analysis of the M71 Odorant Receptor and Its Superfamily”.
    5. Cole C., Krampis K., Karagiannis K., Almeida J.S., Faison W.J., Motwani M., Wan Q., Golikov A., Pan Y., Simonyan V. and Mazumder R. (2014). BMC Bioinformatics, 15, 28. “ Non-synonymous variations in cancer and their effects on the human proteome: workflow for NGS data biocuration and proteome-wide analysis of TCGA data.”
    6. Shamsaddini A., Yang P., Johnson E., Krampis K., Simonyan V. and Mazumder M. (2014). BMC Genomics, 15, 918. “Census-based rapid and accurate metagenome taxonomic profiling”.
  • Interdisciplinary research and novel applications of genomic sequencing and bioinformatics.
    1. Wultsch C., Perkins S.L., Kelly M.J., Waits L.P., Quigley H., Amato G., and Krampis K. (In Prep). Molecular Ecology. “A new perspective in carnivore ecology and conservation: comparative gut microbiome composition, diversity, and functionality in sympatric Neotropical jaguars and pumas”.
    2. Wultsch C., DeBarba M, Schmieder A., Graham T., Wait L.P., Kelly M.J. and Krampis K. (In Prep). Scientific Reports. “Carnivore Feeding Ecology: Advances using a DNA Metabarcording Approach”.
    3. Ingala M.R., Simmons N.B., Wultsch C., Krampis K., Speer K.A., and S.L. Perkins. (In Prep). Applied and Environmental Microbiology. “Comparing Fecal and Intestinal Sampling Methods in Mammal Microbiome Research”.
    4. Prince S.J., Song L., Qiu D., dos Santos J.V.M., Chai C., Joshi T., Patil G., Valliyodan B., Vuong T.D., Murphy M. and Krampis, K. (2015). BMC Genomics, 16(1), 132. “Genetic variants in root architecture-related genes in a Glycine soja accession, a potential resource to improve cultivated soybean”.
    5. Wang H., Waller L., Tripathy S., St. Martin S.K., Zhou L., Krampis K. et al. (2010). The Plant Genome 3(1), 23-40. “Analysis of genes underlying soybean QTLs conferring partial resistance to P. sojae”.
    6. Zhou L., Mideros S.X., Bao L., Hanlon R., Arredondo F., Tripathy S., Krampis K. et al. (2009). BMC Genomics, 26(10), 49. "Infection and genotype remodel the entire Soybean transcriptome".
    7. Tyler B.M., Tripathy S., Kale S.D., Zhou L., Ferreira A., Dou D., Arredondo F.D., Mideros S.X., Bao L., Krampis K. and Jerauld, A. (2010). Phytopathology 99 (6), S164. “Comparative and functional genomics of oomycete infection”.
    8. Prasinos C., Haralampidis K., Milioni D., Samakovli D., Krampis K. and Hatzopoulos P. (2008). Plant Molecular Biology, 67(4), 323. “Complexity of Hsp90 in organelle targeting”.
    9. Wang H., Berry S., St. Martin S.K., Zhou L., Krampis K. et al. (2008). Phytopathology 98 (6), S165. “Allele mining for genes associated with partial resistance to Phytophthora sojae in soybean”.
    10. Krampis K., Tyler B.M. and Boore J.L. (2006) Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions, 19(12), 1329-1336. "Extensive variation in nuclear mitochondrial DNA content between the genomes of P. sojae and P. ramorum".
    11. Tyler B.M., Tripathy S…, Krampis K., et al. (2006) Science 313(5791), 1261-1266. "Phytophthora genome sequences uncover evolutionary origins and mechanisms of pathogenesis".
    12. Prasinos C., Krampis K., Samakovli D. and Hatzopoulos P. (2005). Journal of Experimental Botany, 56(412), 633-644. “Tight regulation of expression of two Arabidopsis cytosolic Hsp90 genes during embryo development”.

Bibliography - Monographs

  1. .Krampis K. “Cloud Computing for Bioinformatics: Next-Gen Sequencing and Large-Scale Data Analytics” Monograph to be published in 2019, contract signed with Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Bibliography - Book Chapters

  1. Krampis K., Efstratios E. and Brown S.T. (2015, 2017). “Cloud-Based Next-Generation Sequencing Informatics”. Book Chapter in Next-Generation DNA Sequencing Informatics (pp. 361-370), First & Second Edition. Cold Spring Harbor Press, NY.
  2. Rusch D.B., Miller J., Krampis K., Tovchigrechko A., Sutton G., Yooseph S. and Nelson K.E. (2014). “Bioinformatics for Genomes and Metagenomes in Ecology Studies”. Book Chapter in Infectious Microecology (pp. 203-226). Springer GmbH & Co, Berlin, Germany.
  3. Goll J.B, Szpakowski S., Krampis K. and Nelson K.E. (2014). “Next-generation sequencing, metagenomes, and the human microbiome”. Book chapter in Bioinformatics and Data Analysis in Microbiology (Chpt. 7). Caister Academic Press, Norfolk, U.K.
  4. Nelson K.E., Madupu R., Szpakowski S., Goll J.B., Krampis K. and Methe B.A. (2014). “Next-generation sequencing, metagenomes, and the human microbiome”. Book chapter in Next-generation Sequencing: Current Technologies and Applications (pp. 141-155). Caister Academic Press, Norfolk, U.K.
  5. Quirino B.F., Barreto C.C., Pappas G.J., Zengler K., Krampis K. and Krüger R.H. (2013). “Genomes and Post-Genome Technology” Book Chapter in Prokaryotes (pp. 329-344). Springer GmbH & Co., Berlin, Germany.
  6. Madupu R., Rogers Yu-H., Rusch D., Miller J., Krampis K. and Nelson K.E. (2012). “Microbiomes”. Book Chapter in Encyclopedia of Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co., Weinheim, Germany.
  7. Miller J., Rusch D., Krampis K., Tovichgrechko A., Sutton G., Yooseph S. and Nelson K.E. (2012). “Bioinformatics for Genomes and Metagenomes in Microbial Ecology Studies”. Book Chapter in Encyclopedia of Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co., Weinheim, Germany.
  8. Tyler B.M., Jiang R.H., Zhou L., Tripathy S., Dou D., Torto-Alalibo T., Li H., Mao Y., Liu B., Vega-Sanchez M., Mideros S.X., Hanlon R., Smith B.M., Krampis K., Ye K., Martin S.S., Dorrance A.E., Hoeschele I. and Sagahi Maroof M.A. (2008). “Functional genomics and bioinformatics of the Phytophthora sojae soybean interaction”. Book Chapter in Genomics of Disease (pp. 67-78). Springer GmbH & Co, NY.

Bibliography - Other Media:

  2014 - Present Video tutorials on published bioinformatics software:
  2014 - Present Bioinformatics Core Infrastructures Laboratory (BCIL), repository for active open source bioinformatics software development projects:
  2014 - Present Docker containers with pre-configured bioinformatics data pipelines:
  2012 - Present Cloud BioLinux Project and the first Bioinformatics Virtual Machine:

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