The University at Buffalo Institutional Repository collects, preserves, and distributes UB's research and scholarship. This Institutional Repository is a group of collections of full-text articles, full-text reports, audio mp3 files, images, and video clips produced by UB researchers and students. Other types and formats of digital scholarship will be added as they become available. UB faculty and staff interested in contributing a collection or an item should contact us at klchase@buffalo.edu.

  • REDfly: Regulatory Element Database for Drosophila 

    Rivera, John; Keränen, Soile V. E.; Gallo, Steven M.; Halfon, Marc S.; Villahoz-Baleta, Angel; Bruno, Andrew (2020-08-28)
    REDfly is a curated collection of known Drosophila transcriptional cis-regulatory modules (CRMs), cis-regulatory module segments (CRMsegs), predicted cis-regulatory modules (pCRMs), and transcription factor binding sites ...
  • Linear relation between shifting ITCZ and dust hemispheric asymmetry 

    Evans, Stuart; Dawson, Eliza; Ginoux, Paul (AGU, 2020)
    Mineral dust is emitted primarily from arid regions, which may shrink or expand in one or both hemispheres, producing a complex and asymmetric pattern of radiative forcing that varies on interannual to millennial timescales. ...
  • Mokɔ́m 

    Mbipite, Sammy; Brown, Braden (2019-04-28)
    A short, traditional story told in Iyasa about the frog and how it has come to eat flies.
  • Boost Your Library's Customer Service with Virtual Chat Reference 

    Plassche, Kimberly; Hackenberg, Jill (2020-07-17)
    This presentation discusses chat reference tips for delivering excellent customer service while working in a virtual environment. Specific advice for creating canned messages, finding primary sources and working with patrons ...
  • The Shapes of Fancy: Reading for Queer Desire in Early Modern Literature 

    Varnado, Christine (University of Minnesota Press, 2020)
    Shapes of Fancy offers a powerful new method of accounting for ineffable and diffuse forms of desire, mining early modern drama and prose literature to describe new patterns of affective resonance. It stages an impassioned ...

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