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Dr. Lindsey Perkin    

Dr. Lindsey Perkin
Research Molecular Biologist

Contact Information:

USDA-ARS-CGAHR-SPIERU
ATTN: Dr. Lindsey Perkin
1515 College Avenue
Manhattan, KS  66502

lindsey.perkin@ars.usda.gov

Telephone: 785.776.2704
Fax: 785.537.5584

www.ars.usda.gov/pa/cgahr/spieru/perkin


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RESEARCH INTERESTS

Lindsey Perkin is a Research Molecular Biologist with the USDA-ARS at the Center for Grain and Animal Health Research in Manhattan, Kansas. She received her Ph.D. in biology from Kansas State University in 2012; was a postdoctoral researcher at Emory University from 2012 to 2013. Her research interests focus on understanding the underlying genetic and molecular architecture of insect adaptation to biotic and abiotic stressors.


RECENT PUBLICATIONS
Gundersen, D. E. et al. (S. L. Adrianos #2; B. S. Oppert #22; L. C. Perkin #24). 2017. Arthropod genomics research in the United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service: Application of RNA interference and CRISPR gene-editing technologies in pest control. Trends in Entomology 13: 109-137.
Perkin, L. C., A. R. Gerken, and B. Oppert. 2017. RNA-Seq validation of RNAi identifies additional gene connectivity in Tribolium castaneum (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). J. Insect Sci. 17:57; 1-7.
Perkin, L. C., E. N. Elpidina, and B. Oppert. 2017. RNA interference and dietary inhibitors induce a similar compensation response in Tribolium castaneum larvae. Insect Mol. Biol. 26: 35-45.
Perkin, L. C., S. L. Adrianos, and B. Oppert. 2016. Gene disruption technologies have the potential to transform stored product insect pest control. Insects 7:46; 1-15.
Perkin, L., E. N. Elpindina, and B. Oppert. 2016. Expression patterns of cysteine peptidase genes across the Tribolium castaneum life cycle provide clues to biological function. PeerJ 4: e1581.
Martynov, A. G., E. N. Elpidina, L. C. Perkin, and B. S. Oppert. 2015. Functional analysis of C1 family cysteine peptidases in the larval gut of Tenebrio molitor and Tribolium castaneum. BMC Genomics 16: 1-15.
Oppert, B. S., R. N. C. Guedes, M. J. Aikens, L. Perkin, Z. Chen, T. W. Phillips, K. Y. Zhu, G. P. Opit, K. Hoon, Y. Sun, G. Meredith, K. Bramlett, N. S. Hernandez, B. Sanderson, M. W. Taylor, D. Dhingra, B. Blakey, M. Lorenzen, F. Adedipe, and F. Arthur. 2015. Genes related to mitochondrial functions are differentially expressed in phosphine-resistant and -susceptible Tribolium castaneum. BMC Genomics 16: 968.
Perkin, L. C., K. S. Friesen, P. W. Flinn, and B. Oppert. 2015. Venom gland components of the ectoparasitoid wasp, Anisopteromalus calandrae. J. Venom Res. 6: 19-37.
Fallis, L.C., J.J. Fanara, T.J. Morgan. 2014. Developmental thermal plasticity among Drosophila melanogaster populations. J. Evol. Biol. 27: 557–564.
Fallis, L.C., J.J. Fanara, T.J. Morgan. 2011. Genetic variation in heat-stress resistance among South American Drosophila populations. Genetica 139: 1331-1337.