Selected Publications

  1. Jenkinson, Jodie, Stuart Jantzen, Andrea Gauthier, and Gaël McGill. 2016. The effect of attention cueing in molecular animation to communicate random motion. In Juliette Désiron, Sandra Berney, Mireille Bétrancourt,  & Huib Tabbers (Eds.), Learning from Text and Graphics in a World of Diversity. Geneva: EARLI SIG. pp. 96-98.
  2. Jantzen, Stuart G.*, Jodie Jenkinson, and Gaël McGill. 2015. Transparency in film: increasing credibility of scientific animation using citation. Nature Methods 12(4): 293–7. (Read online)
  3. Sutherland, Ben J. G.*, Stuart G. Jantzen, Motoshige Yasuike, Dan S. Sanderson, Ben F. Koop, and Simon R. M. Jones. 2012. Transcriptomics of coping strategies in free-swimming Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Copepoda) responding to abiotic stress. Molecular Ecology 21(24): 6000–14. (Read online)
  4. Jantzen, Stuart G.*, Ben J. Sutherland*, David R. Minkley, and Ben F. Koop. 2011. GO trimming: Systematically reducing redundancy in large Gene Ontology datasets. BMC Research Notes 4: 267. (Read online)
  5. Jantzen, Stuart G.*, Dan S. Sanderson*, Kris R. von Schalburg, Motoshige Yasuike, Francesco Marass, and Ben F. Koop. 2011. A 44K microarray dataset of the changing transcriptome in developing Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). BMC Research Notes 4: 88. (Read online)
  6. Leong, Jong S.*, Stuart G. Jantzen*, Kris R. von Schalburg, Glenn A. Cooper, Amber M. Messmer, Nancy Y. Liao, Sarah Munro, Richard Moore, Robert A. Holt, Steven J. M. Jones, William S. Davidson, and Ben F. Koop. 2010. Salmo salar and Esox lucius full-length cDNA sequences reveal changes in evolutionary pressures on a post-tetraploidization genome. BMC Genomics 11: 279. (Read online)