Chris Topp, Ph.D.

Chris’s current research interests are subterranean phenotyping and characterizing the environmental and genetic factors that condition root growth. As a postdoctoral scholar, he led the development of a high-throughput 3D root imaging and analysis pipeline, and applied it to map regions of the rice genome controlling root architecture. Long-term, he aims to understand how genotype directs phenotype for agriculturally important traits.

Globus File Transfer

Globus Connect is a file sharing service that provides fast and stable transfers for very large (Tb) or very many files.
Here’s what you need to know to connect to our Globus endpoint:
  1. Install Globus Connect Personal
  2. Follow the instructions to configure your local endpoint
  3. From https://www.globus.org/app/transfer, log in with your Globus credentials and choose Transfer Files.
  4. Enter your connect personal endpoint information and click the Go button
  5. Enter our Danforth Center endpoint as the secondary endpoint:  Danforth Center Bioinformatics
  6. Enter the username:  ddpscglobus with the password: Yb11&rDA%T
  7. You will see the topp_lab folder
  8. Attempt a large file transfer from our server to your local endpoint

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 Data available for download via Globus Connect: 

          1. 1. Topp et al. PNAS 2013