Biology professor Ponciano receives special recognition for article on antibiotic resistance

José Miguel Ponciano, associate professor in Biology, received special recognition from F1000Prime for a paper he co-authored with colleagues from the University of Idaho, “Evolutionary Paths That Expand Plasmid Host-Range: Implications for Spread of Antibiotic Resistance” (2016 Molecular Biology and Evolution 33(4): 885-897; DOI: 10.3410/f.726014860.793526600). The paper was recommended by the F1000Prime faculty as being of “special significance” to biology and medicine.