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Rescooped by Davin Setiamarga from Bioinformatics Software: Sequence Analysis
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Rgb: a scriptable genome browser for R

RT @sminot: Rgb: a scriptable genome browser for R http://t.co/Oym9GoMA3g

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Sequence Depth, Not PCR Replication, Improves Ecological Inference from Next Generation DNA Sequencing

Sequence Depth, Not PCR Replication, Improves Ecological Inference from Next Generation DNA Sequencing | Evolve! | Scoop.it
PLOS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. Reports of well-performed scientific studies from all disciplines freely available to the whole world.

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Rescooped by Davin Setiamarga from Bioinformatics Software: Sequence Analysis
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A Fast and Powerful Tree-Based Association Test for Detecting Complex Joint Effects in Case-Control Studies

TREe-based Association Test (TREAT) http://t.co/L7yrjRKmqW #bioinformatics #genomics

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Rescooped by Davin Setiamarga from 004. Molecular Evolution
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Globin duplication story

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A Scientific American article on globin evolution


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Rescooped by Davin Setiamarga from Bioinformatics, Comparative Genomics and Molecular Evolution
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Computational Biology Primers in Nature Biotechnology


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Arjen ten Have's curator insight, April 14, 2014 2:28 PM

Nice collection of links to primers!!

Rescooped by Davin Setiamarga from Bioinformatics Software: Sequence Analysis
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BEAST 2: A Software Platform for Bayesian Evolutionary Analysis

BEAST 2: A Software Platform for Bayesian Evolutionary Analysis | Evolve! | Scoop.it
by Remco Bouckaert, Joseph Heled, Denise Kühnert, Tim Vaughan, Chieh-Hsi Wu, Dong Xie, Marc A. Suchard, Andrew Rambaut, Alexei J.

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Rescooped by Davin Setiamarga from Bioinformatics Software: Sequence Analysis
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ngs.plot: Quick mining and visualization of next-generation sequencing data by integrating genomic databases

ngs.plot: Quick mining and visualization of next-generation sequencing data by integrating genomic databases | Evolve! | Scoop.it
This article was taken from BMC Genomics - Latest Articles. For the ORIGINAL VERSION of this article, visit: Please feel free to comment, reblog, tweet, and share this post. If you have any suggest...

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Rescooped by Davin Setiamarga from Evolutionary Developmental Biology
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Cambrian fossil pushes back evolution of complex brains

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Complex brains evolved much earlier than previously thought, as evidenced by a 520-million year old fossilized arthropod with remarkably well-preserved brain structures.

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PLoS Genetics: A Functional Phylogenomic View of the Seed Plants

PLoS Genetics: A Functional Phylogenomic View of the Seed Plants | Evolve! | Scoop.it

A novel result of the current research is the development and implementation of a unique functional phylogenomic approach that explores the genomic origins of seed plant diversification. We first use 22,833 sets of orthologs from the nuclear genomes of 101 genera across land plants to reconstruct their phylogenetic relationships. One of the more salient results is the resolution of some enigmatic relationships in seed plant phylogeny, such as the placement of Gnetales as sister to the rest of the gymnosperms. In using this novel phylogenomic approach, we were also able to identify overrepresented functional gene ontology categories in genes that provide positive branch support for major nodes prompting new hypotheses for genes associated with the diversification of angiosperms. For example, RNA interference (RNAi) has played a significant role in the divergence of monocots from other angiosperms, which has experimental support in Arabidopsis and rice. This analysis also implied that the second largest subunit of RNA polymerase IV and V (NRPD2) played a prominent role in the divergence of gymnosperms. This hypothesis is supported by the lack of 24nt siRNA in conifers, the maternal control of small RNA in the seeds of flowering plants, and the emergence of double fertilization in angiosperms. Our approach takes advantage of genomic data to define orthologs, reconstruct relationships, and narrow down candidate genes involved in plant evolution within a phylogenomic view of species' diversification.


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