Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine

Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

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Andrew Nato

Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Department of Biomedical Sciences
Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine
Marshall University

Mailing Address:
1700 Third Ave (BBSC 336M)
Huntington, WV 25703


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Tel: (304) 696-3562 | Fax: (304) 696-7207 | nato at marshall dot edu


PRESENTATIONS AND POSTERS

PRESENTATIONS (Co-authored; *Presenter)

15.Shahzad Ahmad*, Najaf Amin, Elizabeth Blue, Sven Van Der Lee, Alejandro Q. Nato, Harkirat Sohi, Bowen Wang, Eric Boerwinkle, Anita L. DeStefano, Ellen Wijsman, and Cornelia M. Van Duijn. 2016. Genome wide linkage analysis identifies novel candidate genes for Alzheimer’s disease. During the Annual Alzheimer’s Association International Conference from 24-28 July 2016. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [Alzheimer's & Dementia. 12(7):196.]

14.Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., Xiangyang Kong, Fang Chen, Steven Buyske, Chunsheng He, Chi-Hua Chiu, Linda M. Brzustowicz, and Tara C. Matise*. 2007. Genomic characterization of schizophrenia candidate gene regions. During the Gordon Research Conference: Human Genetics and Genomics from 22-27 July 2007. Salve Regina University, Newport, RI, USA.

13.Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., Sheila C. Sajise, and Custer C. Deocaris*. 2002. Radioactive PTT as part of screening protocol for prospecting radiation workers. During the International Youth Nuclear Congress 2002 from 16-20 April 2002. Daejeon, KOREA.

12.Avelina G. Lapade*, Teresa Yulo-Nazarea, Ana Maria S. Veluz, Lucia J. Marbella, Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., Carol B. Coloma, and Manny G. Rama. 2001. Mutation breeding in ornamentals. During the Technical Sessions of the 29th Atomic Energy Week on 11 December 2001. PNRI, Quezon City, PHILIPPINES.

11.Custer C. Deocaris* and Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr. 2001. Nuclear energy in the post-genomic age. During the Asian Young Generation Workshop (Theme: The Current and Future of Nuclear Energy in Asia) from 24-26 October 2001. Khunghee University, Suwon, KOREA. [PDF]

10.Avelina G. Lapade*, Teresa Yulo-Nazarea, Ana Maria S. Veluz, Lucia J. Marbella, Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., Carol B. Coloma, and Apolinar B. Asencion. 2001. Status of biotechnology with emphasis on molecular techniques for mutation breeding in the Philippines. During the Forum for Nuclear Cooperation in Asia Workshop for Plant Mutation Breeding: Molecular Biological Techniques for Mutation Breeding from 20-24 August 2001. Bangkok, THAILAND.

9.Teresa Yulo-Nazarea*, Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., and Carol B. Coloma. 2001. AFLP-PCR fingerprints of 60Co γ radiation-induced variants of Murraya exotica and Dracaena sanderiana. During the 17th Philippine Chemistry Congress from 23-25 May 2001. Xavier Sports and Country Club, Cagayan de Oro City, PHILIPPINES.

8.Emerenciana B. Duran*, Eliza B. Enriquez, Cecilia M. De Vera, Carol B. Coloma, Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., Teresa Yulo-Nazarea, and Ma. Lucia C. Cobar. 2001. Asia-Pacific marine radioactivity database (ASPAMARD). During the 17th Philippine Chemistry Congress from 23-25 May 2001. Xavier Sports and Country Club, Cagayan de Oro City, PHILIPPINES.

7.Custer C. Deocaris*, Argentina S. Casino, Ma. Katrina G. Braullo, Joselito E. Muldera, Melvin F. Estonactoc, Gavino Rommel A. Cureg, and Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr. 2001. Can bovine sperm be preserved at room temperature? A proof of concept. During the 38th Annual Convention of the Philippine Society of Animal Science (PSAS) from 18-19 October 2001. Heritage Hotel, Metro Manila, PHILIPPINES.

6.Custer C. Deocaris*, Maria Cereza R. Velasco, Earl Louis Sempio Junie B. Billones and Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr. 2001. Molecular evolution of the mad cow's disease: Co-evolution theory of prions and prion-targets. During the PSAS 38th Annual Convention from 18-19 October 2001. Manila, PHILIPPINES.

5.Emerenciana B. Duran*, Teresa Yulo-Nazarea, Teofilo Y. Garcia, Cecilia M. de Vera, Rolando R. Reyes, Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., and Antonio A. Asada, Jr. 1999. Radiation measurement at the Clark Special Economic Zone. During the 39th Radioisotope of the Philippines Annual Convention. Manila, PHILIPPINES.

4.Teresa Yulo-Nazarea*, Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., and Carol B. Coloma. 1999. AFLP-PCR molecular screening of 60Co γ radiation-induced variants of selected ornamental and foliage plants (PHI/5/027). Report to IAEA Expert (Shri Mohan Jain) on 23 November 1999. PNRI, Quezon City, PHILIPPINES.

3.Avelina G. Lapade*, Teresa Yulo-Nazarea, Ana Maria S. Veluz, Lucia J. Marbella, Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., and Carol B. Coloma. 1999. Use of radiation-induced mutations and biotechnology for the development of new varieties of foliage and cutflower ornamentals. During the FAO/IAEA Seminar on Mutation Techniques and Molecular Genetics for Tropical and Subtropical Plant Improvement in Asia and the Pacific Region from 11-15 October 1999. ACCEED Conference Center, Makati City, PHILIPPINES.

2.Custer C. Deocaris*, Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., Apolinario D. Nazarea, and Angel B. Mateo. 1997. Development of a rational approach in synthetic vaccine engineering subverting antigen drifts of the FMDV. During the 64th Annual Convention of the Philippine Veterinary Medicine Association (PVMA) from 19-21 February 1997. Cebu Plaza Hotel, Cebu City, PHILIPPINES.

1.Custer C. Deocaris*, Alejandro Q. Nato, Jr., Apolinario D. Nazarea, and Angel B. Mateo. 1996. ‘Winged’ hyper-mutated epitopic mimetics of VP1 (135-146): A novel molecular design for broad spectrum, multivalent synthetic vaccines for the foot-and-mouth disease virus serotype A. During the Second Asian Buffalo Congress (ABA) from 9-12 October 1996. Shangri-La Hotel, Makati City, PHILIPPINES.