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The Ultimate Carnivorous Plants Hunt

the last Carnivorous Plants feast, before winter dormancy. See ya the next year with a venus flytrap snaps compilation! The plants are all from my collection...
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Genome Biology | Abstract | Human genomic regions with ...

We have previously investigated the pattern of genetic differentiation among human populations at 36.8 million genomic variants to identify sites in the genome showing high frequency differences. Here, we extend this dataset ...
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IVT-seq reveals extreme bias in RNA-sequencing - Genome Biology

RNA-seq is a powerful technique for identifying and quantifying transcription and splicing events, both known and novel. However, given its recent development and the proliferation of library construction methods, ...
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ASHG 2010 Mtg.: "DNA Methylation and Evolution of Gene Regulation in Primates" (Athma Pai)

TO VIEW THE FULL WEBCAST OF THIS SESSION, GO TO: http://www.ashg.org/2010meeting/video/vlogin.shtml ASHG 2010 Annual Meeting Plenary Session: "DNA Methylatio...
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Synthetic biology: Building a designer yeast genome

Synthetic biology: Building a designer yeast genome | Plant genome evolution | Scoop.it

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Gerd Moe-Behrens's curator insight, April 17, 2014 5:10 PM

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Christina Tobin Kåhrström

"An international team of researchers has embarked on the creation of a synthetic eukaryotic genome and now report the synthesis of a redesigned Saccharomyces cerevisiae chromosome. Boeke and colleagues built a fully functional chromosome III (which they term synIII) that contained hundreds of alterations, including the removal of introns, transposons…"



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The Jumping Genome: Changing Ideas about Heredity and Evolution

Nina Fedoroff, External Professor, Santa Fe Institute September 13, 2006 Genetics traces its origins to monk Gregor Mendel's experiments on common pea plants...
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BioData Mining | Full text | Functional genomics annotation of a ...

Functional genomics annotation of a statistical epistasis network associated with bladder cancer susceptibility. Ting Hu, Qinxin Pan, Angeline S Andrew, Jillian M Langer, Michael D Cole, Craig R Tomlinson, Margaret R ...
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