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作者:Ivan Chong Chu Koh , Bin Hassan Badrul Nizam , Yazid Muhammad Abduh ...
来源:[J].Evolutionary Bioinformatics(IF 1.326), 2019, Vol.15
摘要:Malaysian Mahseer ( Tor tambroides ) is considered as a good prospect for aquaculture in Malaysia. However, knowledge about Malaysian Mahseer-associated sperm microbiota is still limited, although some studies reported that sperm-related bacteria are a factor in the decline of sp...
作者:Takanori Watanabe , Sumire Yamazaki , Chinatsu Maita ...
来源:[J].Evolutionary Bioinformatics(IF 1.326), 2018, Vol.14
摘要:Obligate intracellular chlamydiae diverged into pathogenic and environmental chlamydiae 0.7-1.4 billion years ago. While pathogenic chlamydiae have adapted to a wide range of vertebrates, environmental chlamydiae inhabit unicellular amoebae, the free-living Acanthamoeba . Ho...
作者:Yuh-Chyang Charng , Lung-Hsin Hsu , Li-yu Daisy Liu
来源:[J].Evolutionary Bioinformatics(IF 1.326), 2017, Vol.13
摘要:In exonization events, Ds1 may provide donor and/or acceptor sites for splicing after inserting into genes and be incorporated into new transcripts with new exon(s). In this study, the protein variants of Ds1 exonization yielding additional functional profile(s) were studied. Unl...
作者:Shugang Li , Yiping Cao , Fang Geng
来源:[J].Evolutionary Bioinformatics(IF 1.326), 2017, Vol.13
摘要:Albumins are the most well-known globular proteins, and the most typical representatives are the serum albumins. However, less attention was paid to the albumin family, except for the human and bovine serum albumin. To characterize the features of albumin family, we have min...
作者:Mariana Fonseca Rossi , Beatriz Mello , Carlos G Schrago
来源:[J].Evolutionary Bioinformatics(IF 1.326), 2017, Vol.13
摘要:Glycoside hydrolases (GHs) are carbohydrate-active enzymes that assist the hydrolysis of glycoside bonds of complex sugars into carbohydrates. The current standard GH family classification is available in the CAZy database, which is based on the similarities of amino acid sequenc...
作者:Andrea Ravignani , Koen de Reus
来源:[J].Evolutionary Bioinformatics(IF 1.326), 2019, Vol.15
摘要:Time is one crucial dimension conveying information in animal communication. Evolution has shaped animals’ nervous systems to produce signals with temporal properties fitting their socio-ecological niches. Many quantitative models of mechanisms underlying rhythmic behaviour ...
作者:Muhammad Tariq Pervez , Hayat Ali Shah , Masroor Ellahi Babar ...
来源:[J].Evolutionary Bioinformatics(IF 1.326), 2019, Vol.15
摘要:Simulated alignments are alternatives to manually constructed multiple sequence alignments for evaluating performance of multiple sequence alignment tools. The importance of simulated sequences is recognized because their true evolutionary history is known, which is very helpful ...
作者:Hyunjin Shim
来源:[J].Evolutionary Bioinformatics(IF 1.326), 2019, Vol.15
摘要:Recent studies reveal that even the smallest genomes such as viruses evolve through complex and stochastic processes, and the assumption of independent alleles is not valid in most applications. Advances in sequencing technologies produce multiple time-point whole-genome data, wh...
作者:Thinh Dinh Do , Nguyen Thi Mai , Tran Nguyen Duy Khoa ...
来源:[J].Evolutionary Bioinformatics(IF 1.326), 2019, Vol.15
摘要:Temperature is an abiotic factor that affects various biological and physiological processes in fish. Temperature stress is known to increase the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) that subsequently cause oxidative stress. Fish is known to evolve a system of antioxi...
作者:Sudeesh Karumathil , Nimal T Raveendran , Doss Ganesh ...
来源:[J].Evolutionary Bioinformatics(IF 1.326), 2018, Vol.14
摘要:The evolution of bias in synonymous codon usage in chosen monkeypox viral genomes and the factors influencing its diversification have not been reported so far. In this study, various trends associated with synonymous codon usage in chosen monkeypox viral genomes were investigate...

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