Luke Daniels, PhD

Assistant Professor of Biology
Contact:
208-459-5893
Expertise:

Neurobiology, Molecular/Cellular Biology, Ion Channel Physiology

Education

Ph.D. Neuroscience, University of Southern California, 2009

 B.S. Biology, Seattle Pacific University, 2001

 

Professional Experience

FUNDING:

2014-present    NIH Idaho INBRE Program, P20 GM103408 (NIGMS), Bioinformatics Coordinator and Summer Mentor. Award includes funding for student/faculty stipends and research materials.

2013-present    St. Luke’s Mountain States Tumor Institute. Small Project Grant. Awarded $7422 for project: Mechanisms underlying TRPV1-mediated cytotoxicity in gliomas.

2012-present    Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Competitively awarded associate membership into HHMI Science Education Alliance. Award includes travel, training, sequencing services, and partial materials for faculty and students to implement a research-based introductory biology course. With Co-PI Ann Koga.

2011-2014        The College of Idaho. Faculty Growth & Development Grants (FG&D). Awarded a total of $3900 for travel to Murdock Research Conference (2011), HHMI Workshop (2012), Idaho Academy of Science Annual Meeting (2013) and Ecuador (2014).

2011-present    M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust and The College of Idaho. $50,000 Start-up Research Funding.

2011                   Micron Foundation Community Grant.  Awarded $2,000 for partial funding of the 2011 Math and Science Summer Institute at The College of Idaho. With Co-PIs Robin Cruz and Katie Devine.

 

AWARDS:

2014                   Finalist (one of three nationally), Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science Flame Challenge: What is Color? (Stony Brook University, NY).

2008                   Graduate Professionalization Initiative Award.  $3,000 (USC Office of the Provost). 

2007                   William E. Trusten Award. $1000. Annual award given to the “Most accomplished student in the Department of Biological Sciences” (USC Department of Biological Sciences). 

2006                   Honorable Mention.  National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.

2006                   Teaching Assistant Fellow (USC Center for Excellence in Teaching).

2005                   Academic Professionalism Award $3000. (USC Office of the Provost). 

2004-2009        Joint Initiative Graduate Merit Award Fellowship. USC. Full Tuition and Stipend, 5 years of study

1997-2001        Trustee’s Award Scholarship.  Seattle Pacific University.  50% tuition for 4 years of study.

2001                   Ivy Honorary.  Honor Society of National Mortar Board at Seattle Pacific University.

2001                   Alpha Kappa Sigma.  Honor Society of Free Methodist Colleges and Universities.

2001                   Student Speaker.  Seattle Pacific University Baccalaureate Service.

 

 

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:

2009-present    Assistant Professor of Biology, The College of Idaho (Caldwell, ID).

1)       Primary research area: Investigating molecular mechanisms of pain and temperature sensation in animals using an in-vitro cell culture system. Techniques: molecular biology, live cell imaging, calcium microfluorimetry, enzyme activity assays and invertebrate behavioral assays.

2)       Secondary research area: With support from HHMI SEA-PHAGES program, we identify new bacteriophages (viruses that infect bacteria) and perform genomic analysis. Techniques: Microbiology, electron microscopy, viral genome sequencing and annotation using various bioinformatics tools. This project has resulted in two new mycobacteriophage genomes submitted to Genbank.

2005-2009        Ph.D Research (Graduate Research Assistant), University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA).

Investigated sensory transduction in peripheral neurons, and the signaling pathways that regulate sensory ion channels. Techniques: patch-clamp and 2 electrode voltage-clamp electrophysiology, molecular biology, mammalian cell culture, animal behavior assays, and live cell imaging of cultured cells.

2003-2004        Research Scientist/Engineer – Assistant, University of Washington (Seattle, WA).

Department of Genome Sciences, Laboratory of Deborah Nickerson, Ph.D.

Characterized single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in human genes involved in DNA repair, cell-cycle pathways and the inflammatory response. Techniques: molecular biology, high-throughput DNA sequencing. Programmed and maintained liquid-handling robotic systems.

 2001-2003       Research Associate and Imaging Specialist, Lifespan Biosciences, Inc. (Seattle, WA).

Examined nuclear-hormone receptor (NHR) and G-protein coupled receptor (GPCR) expression in human tissues. Identified changes in response to pathology. Techniques: high-throughput immunostaining using liquid-handling robotic systems. Worked with board-certified pathologists to document gene-expression in normal and diseased human tissues for Lifespan’s Drug Target Database.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Courses Taught as Instructor of Record:

2014-present    Molecular Biology with Lab (BIO357)                                                                              

2013-present    Bioinformatics Research Methods & Techniques (BIO395)         

2013-present    Genetics (BIO316)                                                                                 

2010-present    Cell Biology with Lab (BIO330)                                                          

2010                   Organismal Biology Lab (BIO202L)                                                  

2009-present    Introductory Biology: Molecules to Cells with Lab (BIO201)       

2009-present    Drugs, Brains & Behavior: Introduction to Neuroscience with Lab (BIO145)                           

2009-present    Neurobiology with Lab (BIO376)                                                       

 

Workshop Teaching Experience:

2013                   Instructor, Howard Hughes Medical Institute SEA-PHAGES workshop, Janelia Farm Campus: June 9-14 (Ashburn, VA). Instructed 15 faculty members from 8 institutions on microbiology lab techniques. One of three faculty instructors at the week-long workshop.

2011, 2012       Instructor and organizer, Math and Science Summer Research Institute, The College of Idaho: June 6-10, 2012 & June 4-8, 2011 (Caldwell, ID). Event consisted of 5 days of activities for 60 7th and 8th grade students from Syringa Middle School (Caldwell, ID).  Instructed middle school students in microbiology techniques and the use of mathematics to analyze problems related to the spread of disease. One of four faculty instructors at the week-long workshop.

 

INVITED SEMINARS AND PRESENTATIONS:

2013                   Faculty presenter, Idaho Academy of Science Annual Meeting, Idaho State Univ.: March 22 (Pocatello, ID).

2012                   Faculty presenter and Panel Chair, Idaho NIH-INBRE conference, U. of Idaho: August 8, 2012 (Moscow, ID).

2010                   Science Café speaker, Discovery Center of Idaho: November 16, 2010 (Boise, ID).

2009                   Invited seminar, Northwest Nazarene University: October 28, 2009 (Nampa, ID).

2009                   Invited seminar, Harvey Mudd College: July 1, 2009 (Pomona, CA).

2009                   Invited seminar, Azusa Pacific University: January 29, 2009 (Azusa, CA).

 

CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS (C of I undergraduate student names in bold):

2014                   Tachick, S.J. and R.L. Daniels. Discovery and genomic analysis of a novel mycobacteriophage isolated at The College of Idaho. Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research (Boise State University, Boise, ID).

2014                   Tachick, S.J., Stevens, M.M., Auces, A.M., Kolich, L.R., Hoang, H.L., Dockstader, P.A., Koga, A.P., and R.L. Daniels. Genomic analysis of the novel F1 subcluster mycobacteriophage Bipolar. Howard Hughes Medical Institute SEA-PHAGES Annual Symposium (Janelia Farm Research Campus, Ashburn, VA).

2014                   Indart, M.C., French, J., and R.L. Daniels. Cytotoxic effects of adenosine triphosphate- and endocannabinoid-induced calcium influx in GL261 cells. College of Idaho Annual Student Research Conference (The College of Idaho, Caldwell, ID).

2013                   Indart, M.C., French, J., and R.L. Daniels. Functional responses of the GL261 cell line to capsaicin and anandamide. Idaho NIH-INBRE Conference (University of Idaho, Moscow, ID).

2013                   French, J., Indart, M.C., and R.L. Daniels. Trp-ing up GL261 cells into apoptosis. Idaho NIH-INBRE Conference (University of Idaho, Moscow, ID) and MJ Murdock College Science Research Conference (Vancouver, WA).

2013                            Schultz, Kaden N., Cervantes, Juan C., Chase, Anna M., Goodwin, Matthew L., Hampton, Maxwell K., Kinder, Meghan N., Lambright, Jessica R., Mendez, Esmeralda, Montgomery, Greg D., Wilson, Trevor L., Koga, Ann P., and R.L. Daniels. Rhyno: a novel A10 subcluster mycobacteriophage isolated from Southwest Idaho. Howard Hughes Medical Institute SEA-PHAGES Annual Symposium (Janelia Farm Research Campus, Ashburn, VA).

2013                            Koga, Ann P., and R.L. Daniels. Phage discovery as effective pedagogy? A comparison between SEA-PHAGES and a traditional laboratory course in the introductory biology curriculum. Howard Hughes Medical Institute SEA-PHAGES Annual Symposium (Janelia Farm Research Campus, Ashburn, VA).

2013                   Cervantes, J.C., Chase, A. M., Goodwin, M.L., Hampton, M.K., Kinder, M.N., Lambright, J. R., Mendez, E. Montgomery, G.D., Schultz, K.N., Wilson, T.L., Daniels, R.L., and Koga, A.P. Discovery, characterization, and genomic analysis of novel mycobacteriophages. College of Idaho Annual Student Research Conference (Caldwell, ID) and Idaho Academy of Science Annual Meeting (Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID).

2012                   Bodes, R.A. and R.L.Daniels, A model system for pain and temperature sensation: capsaicin-evoked responses in the PC12 neuronal cell line. Idaho NIH-INBRE Conference (University of Idaho, Moscow, ID) and MJ Murdock College Science Research Conference (Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA).

2011                   Quinney, K.B. and R.L. Daniels, Functional responses of DRG 50B11 cells to noxious heat and capsaicin.  Idaho NIH-INBRE Conference (University of Idaho, Moscow, ID) and MJ Murdock College Science Research Conference (Seattle University, Seattle, WA).

2011                   Bodes, R.A., Smith, E.E. and R.L. Daniels. Morphological changes to DRG 50B11 cells in response to forskolin. Idaho NIH-INBRE Conference (University of Idaho, Moscow, ID).

2008                   Daniels, R.L., Takashima Y., Waters, H.N., Liman, E.R. and D.D. McKemy. Mechanisms underlying TRPM8 adaptation.  Society for Neuroscience annual meeting (Washington D.C.).

2007                   Daniels, R.L. and D.D. McKemy, Phospholipase C regulation of TRPM8 activity.  Society for Neuroscience annual meeting (San Diego, California).

2006                   Takashima, Y., Daniels, R.L., Teng, J., and D.D. McKemy, Generation of BAC-transgenic mice expressing eGFP under control of the TRPM8 promoter.  Society for Neuroscience annual meeting (Atlanta, Georgia).

 

SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED, excluding C of I Student Research Conferences

* indicates travel with C of I undergraduates:

2014                   Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research/NIH-INBRE Conference (Boise State University, Boise, ID)*

2014                   HHMI SEA-PHAGES advanced bioinformatics workshop (HHMI Headquarters, Chevy Chase, MD)

2014                   HHMI SEA-PHAGES annual symposium (Janelia Farm Research Campus, Ashburn, VA)*

2013                   HHMI SEA-PHAGES annual symposium (Janelia Farm Research Campus, Ashburn, VA)*

2013                   Idaho Academy of Science Annual Meeting (Pocatello, ID)*

2012                   HHMI SEA-PHAGES bioinformatics workshop (Janelia Farm Research Campus, Ashburn, VA)*

2012                   NIH-INBRE Conference (University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho)*

2012                   HHMI SEA-PHAGES bacteriophage workshop (Janelia Farm Research Campus, Ashburn, VA)

2011                   MJ Murdock Undergraduate Science Research Conference (Seattle University, Seattle, WA)*

2011                   NIH-INBRE Conference (University of Idaho, Moscow, ID)*

2011                   Idaho Academy of Science Annual Meeting (Caldwell, ID)*

2010                   NIH-INBRE Conference (University of Idaho, Moscow, ID)*

2009                   Idaho State University Bioinformatics Workshop (Lava Hot Springs, ID)

2008                   Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (Washinton, D.C.)

2007                   Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (San Diego, CA)

2006                   Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (Atlanta, GA)

 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

2012-present    Biomolecular Research Center Affiliate Faculty, Boise State University

2010-present    Sigma Xi

2010-present    Idaho Academy of Science

2010-present    Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience

2007-present    International Brain Research Organization

2007-present    Society for Neuroscience

 

ACADEMIC SERVICE:

2014                   Academic Calendar Task Force (College of Idaho). Worked with faculty and administrative staff to ensure the academic calendar remains consistent with financial aid eligibility guidelines established by the Department of Education.

2013-present    Bioinformatics Coordinator, College of Idaho NIH-INBRE. Work to increase research and educational opportunities for students in the use of computers to analyze biological datasets. Coordinate with science faculty and IT to ensure adequate computer resources for research on the College of Idaho campus. This position is supported by the NIH INBRE program, NIH Grant No. P20 GM103408 (NIGMS).

2012-present    Curriculum Council Member and Chair (College of Idaho).

Currently serving as Chair and representative of the Natural Science Division for a standing College-wide committee charged with overseeing curriculum and academic programs.

2012-2014        Heritage Scholar Committee (College of Idaho). Read applications, interview students, and make recommendations for Heritage Scholar awards.

2011-present    Faculty Search Committees (6) (College of Idaho Departments of Psychology, Math & Computer Science, Biology). Served on 6 faculty hiring committees.

2011-present    Goldwater Scholarship Faculty Representative (College of Idaho). Dannen Wright awarded Goldwater Scholarship for 2014-2015.

2010-present    Academic Advising (College of Idaho).

Currently advising 26 students (Biology and Health Science majors).

2010-2011        Planning Committee (Idaho Academy of Science 52nd Annual Meeting).

Served on the planning committee for the IAS Annual Meeting (March 31, 2011-April 2, 2011) held at the College of Idaho campus.  Recruited industry sponsors and organized a discussion session on the involvement of undergraduate students in research.

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

Knowlton, W.M.*, Daniels, R.L.*, Palkar, R.*, McCoy DD, and D.D. McKemy, Pharmacological Blockade of TRPM8 Ion Channels Alters Cold and Cold Pain Responses in Mice.  PLOS ONE, September 30, 2011.  6(9): e25894.

                *These authors contributed equally to this work.

Daniels, R.L. and D.D. McKemy, Design and Construction of a Two-temperature Preference Assay for Undergraduate Neuroscience Laboratories.  The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education (JUNE), Fall 2010.  9(1):A51-A56.

 

Daniels, R.L., Takashima, Y., and D.D. McKemy, The activity of the neuronal cold sensor TRPM8 is regulated by phospholipase C via the phospholipid phosphoinositol-4,5-bisphosphate.  Journal of Biological Chemistry, November 18, 2008.  284(3):1570-1582.

          

Daniels, R.L. and D.D. McKemy, Mice left out in the cold: commentary on the phenotype of TRPM8-nulls.  Review.  Molecular Pain, 2007.  3(23).

 

Takashima, Y., Daniels, R.L., Knowlton, W., Teng, J., Liman, E.R., and D.D. McKemy, Diversity in the Neural Circuitry of Cold Sensing Revealed by Genetic Axonal Labeling of Transient Receptor Potential Melastatin 8 Neurons.  Journal of Neuroscience, December 19, 2007.  27(51):14147-14157.

 

 

 

REGISTERED GENBANK SEQUENCES (C of I undergraduate student names in bold)::

 

Auces, A.M., Dockstader, P.A., Hoang, H.L., Kolich, L.R., Stevens, M.M., Tachick, S.J., Koga,A.P., Daniels,R.L., Buck,G.A., Campbell,R., Carvalho,M.R., Duckworth,R.A., Dunn,T., Halpern,C., Johnson,A., Kiflezghi,M.G., Lee,V., Loviza,R.A., Serrano,M.G., Shah,Z.V., Sharma,K., Voegtly,L.J., Walstead,R., Wang,Y.P., Bradley,K.W., Clarke,D.Q., Barker,L.P., Bailey,C., Asai,D.J., Bowman,C.A., Russell,D.A., Pope,W.H., Jacobs-Sera,D., Hendrix,R.W. and Hatfull,G.F. Pittsburgh Bacteriophage Institute and Department of Biological Sciences, Univ. of Pittsburgh. Mycobacterium phage Bipolar, complete genome. Submitted May 2014 (pending approval).

 

Cervantes,J.C., Chase,A.M., Goodwin,M.L., Hampton,M.K., Kinder,M.N., Lambright,J.R., Mendez,E., Montgomery,G.D., Schultz,K.N., Wilson,T.L., Koga,A.P., Daniels,R.L., Buck,G.A., Campbell,R., Carvalho,M.R., Duckworth,R.A., Dunn,T., Halpern,C., Johnson,A., Kiflezghi,M.G., Lee,V., Loviza,R.A., Serrano,M.G., Shah,Z.V., Sharma,K., Voegtly,L.J., Walstead,R., Wang,Y.P., Bradley,K.W., Clarke,D.Q., Barker,L.P., Bailey,C., Asai,D.J., Bowman,C.A., Russell,D.A., Pope,W.H., Jacobs-Sera,D., Hendrix,R.W. and Hatfull,G.F. Pittsburgh Bacteriophage Institute and Department of Biological Sciences, Univ. of Pittsburgh. Mycobacterium phage Rhyno, complete genome. Submitted January 2014. Accession # NC_023609.

 

Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens CD9 antigen (p24) (CD9) gene, complete cds.  September 24, 2003.  Accession # AY422198. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens complement component 3a receptor 1 (C3AR1) gene, complete cds.  October 31, 2003.  Accession # AY455929. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens heme oxygenase (decycling) 1 (HMOX1) gene, complete cds.  November 6, 2003.  Accession # AY460337. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens nuclear factor of kappa light polypeptide gene enhancer in B-cells inhibitor, alpha (NFKBIA) gene, complete cds.  December 5, 2003.  Accession # AY496422. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens interleukin 11 receptor, alpha (IL11RA) gene, complete cds.  January 22, 2004.  Accession # AY532110. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens integrin, alpha 8 (ITGA8) gene, complete cds.  January 30, 2004.  Accession # AY371697. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens signal transducer and activator of transcription 3 (acute-phase response factor) (STAT3) gene, complete cds.  March 12, 2004.  Accession # AY572796. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens TNFRSF1A-associated via death domain (TRADD) gene, complete cds.  March 17, 2004.  Accession # AY575851. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens vitamin K epoxide reductase complex, subunit 1 (VKORC1) gene, complete cds.  March 31, 2004.  Accession # AY587020. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens TRAF and TNF receptor associated protein (TTRAP) gene, complete cds.  April 30, 2004.  Accession # AY613922. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens interleukin 12 receptor, beta 2 (IL12RB2) gene, complete cds.  May 27, 2004.  Accession # AY640177. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens conserved helix-loop-helix ubiquitous kinase (CHUK) gene, complete cds.  June 14, 2004.  Accession # AY652653. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens interferon (alpha, beta and omega) receptor 1 (IFNAR1) gene, complete cds.  June 15, 2004.  Accession # AY654286. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens inhibitor of kappa light polypeptide gene enhancer in B-cells, kinase beta (IKBKB) gene, complete cds.  June 23, 2004.  Accession # AY663108. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens chemokine-like factor (CKLF) gene, complete cds.  June 25, 2004.  Accession # AY665769. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens interleukin 2 receptor, gamma (severe combined immunodeficiency) (IL2RG) gene, complete cds.  July 21, 2004.  Accession # AY692262. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens interleukin 8 receptor, beta (IL8RB) gene, complete cds.  August 10, 2004.  Accession # AY714242. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens carboxypeptidase B2 (plasma, carboxypeptidase U) (CPB2) gene, complete cds.  August 11, 2004.  Accession # AY714780. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens nuclear factor of kappa light polypeptide gene enhancer in B-cells inhibitor, beta (NFKBIB) gene, complete cds.  August 27, 2004.  Accession # AY736284. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens coagulation factor VIII, procoagulant component (hemophilia A) (F8) gene, complete cds.  October 1, 2004.  Accession # AY769950. Rieder M.J., Daniels R.L., da Ponte S.H., Hastings N.C., Ahearn M.O., Rajkumar N., Yi Q., Nickerson D.A. SeattleSNPs. NHLBI HL66682 program for genomic applications, UW-FHCRC, Seattle, WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu).  Homo sapiens interferon gamma receptor 2 (interferon gamma transducer 1) (IFNGR2) gene, complete cds.  October 15, 2004.  Accession # AY644470.