Magdy S. Alabady, PhD, MSc

Faculty, Scientist, and Director



Department of Plant Biology

University of Georgia Athens

Address 1:
Department of Plant Biology
2502 Miller Plant Sciences
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602

Address 2:
Georgia Genomics and Bioinformatics Lab
110 Riverbend Rd., Room 161
Athens, GA 30602



Genomic and small RNA sequencing of Miscanthus × giganteus shows the utility of sorghum as a reference genome sequence for Andropogoneae grasses


Journal article


K. Swaminathan, Magdy S. Alabady, Kranthi Varala, E. De Paoli, Isaac Y. Ho, D. Rokhsar, A. Arumuganathan, R. Ming, P. Green, B. Meyers, S. Moose, M. Hudson
Genome Biology, 2010

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APA   Click to copy
Swaminathan, K., Alabady, M. S., Varala, K., Paoli, E. D., Ho, I. Y., Rokhsar, D., … Hudson, M. (2010). Genomic and small RNA sequencing of Miscanthus × giganteus shows the utility of sorghum as a reference genome sequence for Andropogoneae grasses. Genome Biology.


Chicago/Turabian   Click to copy
Swaminathan, K., Magdy S. Alabady, Kranthi Varala, E. De Paoli, Isaac Y. Ho, D. Rokhsar, A. Arumuganathan, et al. “Genomic and Small RNA Sequencing of Miscanthus × Giganteus Shows the Utility of Sorghum as a Reference Genome Sequence for Andropogoneae Grasses.” Genome Biology (2010).


MLA   Click to copy
Swaminathan, K., et al. “Genomic and Small RNA Sequencing of Miscanthus × Giganteus Shows the Utility of Sorghum as a Reference Genome Sequence for Andropogoneae Grasses.” Genome Biology, 2010.


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@article{k2010a,
  title = {Genomic and small RNA sequencing of Miscanthus × giganteus shows the utility of sorghum as a reference genome sequence for Andropogoneae grasses},
  year = {2010},
  journal = {Genome Biology},
  author = {Swaminathan, K. and Alabady, Magdy S. and Varala, Kranthi and Paoli, E. De and Ho, Isaac Y. and Rokhsar, D. and Arumuganathan, A. and Ming, R. and Green, P. and Meyers, B. and Moose, S. and Hudson, M.}
}





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