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作者:Zhiwen Chen , Hushuai Nie , Yumei Wang ...
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2017, Vol.18 (1)Springer
摘要:Cotton ( Gossypium spp.) is commonly grouped into eight diploid genomic groups and an allotetraploid genomic group, AD. The mitochondrial genomes supply new information to understand both the evolution process and the mechanism of cytoplasmic male sterility. Based on previously r...
作者:Chi Zhang , Baohong Zhang , Lih-Ling Lin ...
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2017, Vol.18 (1)Springer
摘要:Alternatively spliced transcript isoforms are commonly observed in higher eukaryotes. The expression levels of these isoforms are key for understanding normal functions in healthy tissues and the progression of disease states. However, accurate quantification of expression at the...
作者:Hidenobu Segawa , Yoji Kukita , Kikuya Kato
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2017, Vol.18 (1)Springer
摘要:Genotyping of the human leucocyte antigen (HLA) is indispensable for various medical treatments. However, unambiguous genotyping is technically challenging due to high polymorphism of the corresponding genomic region. Next-generation sequencing is changing the landscape of genoty...
作者:Wei-Lin Hu , Xiong-Hui Zhou
来源:[J].BMC Medical Genomics(IF 3.466), 2017, Vol.10 (4)Springer
摘要:The identification of prognostic biomarkers for cancer patients is essential for cancer research. These days, DNA methylation has been proved to be associated with cancer prognosis. However, there are few methods which identify the prognostic markers based on DNA methylation data...
作者:Long Che , ZhenGuo Yang , MengMeng Xu ...
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2017, Vol.18 (1)Springer
摘要:Intra-uterine growth restriction (IUGR) and fetal overgrowth increase risks to postnatal health. Maternal nutrition is the major intrauterine environmental factor that alters fetal weight. However, the mechanisms underlying the effects of maternal nutrition on fetal development a...
作者:Subir Sarker , Shubhagata Das , Jennifer L. Lavers ...
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2017, Vol.18 (1)Springer
摘要:Over the past 20 years, many marine seabird populations have been gradually declining and the factors driving this ongoing deterioration are not always well understood. Avipoxvirus infections have been found in a wide range of bird species worldwide, however, very little is known...
作者:Larry J. Leamy , Hengyou Zhang , Changbao Li ...
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2017, Vol.18 (1)Springer
摘要:Cultivated soybean ( Glycine max ) is a major agricultural crop that provides a crucial source of edible protein and oil. Decreased amounts of saturated palmitic acid and increased amounts of unsaturated oleic acid in soybean oil are considered optimal for human cardiovascular he...
作者:Verena Zuber , Francesco Bettella , Aree Witoelar ...
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2017, Vol.18 (1)Springer
摘要:Epigenetic information can be used to identify clinically relevant genomic variants single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) of functional importance in cancer development. Super-enhancers are cell-specific DNA elements, acting to determine tissue or cell identity and driving tumor...
作者:Tim van der Weijde , Claire L. Alvim Kamei , Edouard I. Severing ...
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2017, Vol.18 (1)Springer
摘要:Miscanthus sinensis is a high yielding perennial grass species with great potential as a bioenergy feedstock. One of the challenges that currently impedes commercial cellulosic biofuel production is the technical difficulty to efficiently convert lignocellulosic biomass into biof...
作者:Rama Bangera , Katharina Correa , Jean P. Lhorente ...
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2017, Vol.18 (1)Springer
摘要:Salmon Rickettsial Syndrome (SRS) caused by Piscirickettsia salmonis is a major disease affecting the Chilean salmon industry. Genomic selection (GS) is a method wherein genome-wide markers and phenotype information of full-sibs are used to predict genomic EBV (GEBV) of selection...

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