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     Research in The Santos Lab focuses on population genetics, resource conservation, genomic evolution and symbiosis biology in aquatic (both freshwater and marine) and terrestrial microbes and multi-cellular organisms.  We utilize a variety of molecular tools and computational approaches in these pursuits. The Santos Lab also belongs to the Molette Biology Laboratory for Environmental and Climate Change Studies at Auburn University.


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Subtractive Gene Orthology (GO) Enrichment Map of Adult vs. Larval Transcriptomes from Halocaridina rubra


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