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Comparisons of the new mouse genome sequence
Hot on the heels of the mouse genome sequence published in this week's Nature by the Mouse Genome Sequencing Consortium of publicly funded laboratories, Genome Biology publishes the first comparison of this 'public' mouse genome sequence with the mouse genome sequence generated by the private company Celera, and with the human genome. (2002-12-05)
A more accurate understanding of the gorilla genome
Using recent advances in genetic sequencing technology, researchers have significantly improved upon previous assemblies of the gorilla genome. (2016-03-31)
Size matters -- the more DNA the better
A new study from researchers at Uppsala University shows that variation in genome size may be much more important than previously believed. (2015-09-14)
How the poppy evolved its pain-relieving properties
The unveiling of the poppy genome reveals how a collection of genes fused to endow the plant with its pain-relieving compounds; the plant underwent a notable genome duplication event about 7.8 million years ago, the study's authors say. (2018-08-30)
Chinese researchers presented de novo assembly of a haplotype-resolved diploid genome
Researchers from BGI reported the most complete haploid-resolved diploid genome sequence based on de novo assembly with NGS technology and the pipeline developed lays the foundation for de novo assembly of genomes with high levels of heterozygosity. (2015-05-25)
Counting the cost of genome projects
What price knowledge? Genome sequencing, while promising great medical and scientific gains, is an expensive undertaking. (1999-12-27)
Genomic 'haircut' makes world's tiniest genome even smaller: UBC research
The world's tiniest nuclear genome appears to have (2010-09-21)
Rice futures on the rise
Grain by grain, rice feeds more bellies than any other food crop. (2000-07-13)
Mutation hotspots in autism genes
Genes implicated in autism and other human diseases are prone to frequent mutations, according to a study published by Cell Press on Dec. (2012-12-20)
Completion of the Drosophila genome sequence
The DNA sequence of the Drosophila genome will be released and published today. (2000-03-22)
Scientists pump genome for hypertension genes
If you have high blood pressure, try to relax: help is on the way. (2000-04-23)
Role of autophagy in tumorigenesis
In the June 1 issue of G&D, Dr. Eileen White and colleagues at Rutgers University/University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey/Cancer Institute of New Jersey, report, for the first time, that the cellular self-digesting process of autophagy can protect genome integrity -- lending new insight into the seemingly contradictory roles of autophagy as both a cell survival and tumor suppressor pathway. (2007-05-17)
Public access to human genome
The DNA sequence of the Human Genome is now freely available to all, for public or private use, from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), an arm of the National Library of Medicine, NIH. (2001-02-12)
Genome circularization and RNA virus replication
As featured on the cover of the August 15 issue of G&D, an Argentinian research team, led by Dr. (2006-07-31)
UC Irvine biologists help sequence Hydra genome
An international team of scientists have sequenced the genome of Hydra, a freshwater polyp that's been a staple of biological research for 300 years. (2010-03-14)
Genome BC, Chile and Norway take another step closer to fully sequencing the salmon genome
The economically important, environmentally sensitive Atlantic salmon species is one step closer to having its genome fully sequenced, thanks to an international collaboration involving researchers, funding agencies and industry from Canada, Chile and Norway. (2010-06-14)
Bielefeld University to host the European node for human genome data
Since 2001, the human genome has been accessible on the Internet over the (2013-06-28)
WSU researcher sees survival story in Antarctic fly's small genome
The Antarctic midge -- an extremophile that develops over two brutal winters -- has the smallest insect genome sequenced so far. (2014-08-12)
JAX receives $6.7 million federal research grant to create 3-D genome map
An NHGRI ENCODE grant to Jackson Laboratory Professor Yijun Ruan launches a center for the three-dimensional (3-D) mapping of the human and mouse genomes. (2017-02-03)
Clemson University Genomics Institute awarded $5.1 million by USDA and NSF
The Clemson University Genomics Institute (CUGI) is leading one of two American teams in an international effort to identify all the genetic components of rice. (1999-10-20)
Sequencers take a bird in hand
Long before Alfred Hitchcock, Charles Darwin, and even John Audubon, man had a passion for studying birds. (2000-05-14)
NSF awards $7.5M grant to University of Oklahoma for plant genomics
A decade ago, a group of University of Oklahoma researchers were sequencing the first human chromosome as part of the human genome project. (2009-11-20)
UNC scientists win $1.6 million stimulus award to accelerate decoding of human genome
UNC's Morgan Giddings, Ph.D., and Xian Chen, Ph.D., have been awarded a $1.6 million two-year (2009-10-15)
Genome editing in human cells: Expert group publishes Leopoldina discussion paper
New techniques in molecular biology that enable targeted interventions in the genome are opening up promising new possibilities for research and application. (2017-03-29)
Scientists perform whole-genome, whole-brain study of Down syndrome
One out of every 1000 babies is born with Down syndrome, the result of receiving an extra copy of chromosome 21 (trisomy). (2000-12-11)
A fly (genome) like any other fly
Biologists may well know more about the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, including its entire genome sequence, than about anything else with legs. (2004-04-20)
New Genome Browser product gives freedom to easily collaborate in the cloud
The newly launched Genome Browser in the Cloud (GBiC) introduces new freedom to collaborate by allowing rapid Browser installation, in any UNIX-based cloud. (2017-01-23)
Introducing the monarch butterfly genome
The Monarch butterfly is famous for its ability to travel up to 2,000 miles from North America to central Mexico every fall. (2011-11-23)
Bovine genome completed
Researchers will now have access to the bovine genome sequence as the first draft is made available to the public--an effort that will fortify the next several decades of cattle research, leaders of the $53-million Bovine Genome Sequencing Project announced today. (2004-10-06)
A milestone in aquatic toxicology
The public release of first generation annotations for the fathead minnow genome was published today in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. (2017-08-29)
Molecular tools for bioengineering eukaryotic microalgae
The article discusses some of the rapidly developing tools for genome editing and discusses their potential impact on the bioengineering of eukaryotic microalgae. (2016-06-23)
New species from old data
Researchers have discovered three previously unknown species of a bacterium by scanning a publicly available data bank, reveals a study published today in the journal Genome Biology. (2005-02-21)
Coral lifestyles reflected in their genes
A comparison of the genomes of two species of coral demonstrates unexpected genetic diversity. (2018-01-29)
Mining the botulinum genome
Scientists at the Institute of Food Research have been mining the genome of C. botulinum to uncover new information about the toxin genes that produce the potent toxin behind botulism. (2013-05-14)
Busy sequencing technique saves money and time
A computer scientist at Washington University in St. Louis has developed a novel technique to extract more DNA from a single sequence reaction than is normally possible, reducing both cost and time of the sequencing process. (2004-05-10)
New analysis of rare Argentinian rat unlocks origin of the largest mammalian genome
New biological information gleaned from the red vizcacha rat, a native species of Argentina, demonstrates how genomes can rapidly change in size. (2017-07-12)
The genome's 3-D structure shapes how genes are expressed
Scientists from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Sydney, and collaborators from the United States, bring new insights to our understanding of the three-dimensional structure of the genome, one of the biggest challenges currently facing the fields of genomics and genetics. (2013-06-23)
K-State scientists' beetle chosen for national genome sequencing project
As the result of research performed by scientists from Kansas State University and the U.S. (2003-10-21)
Sequencing method yields fuller picture
Sequence data for both chromosomes, can be inferred under the right circumstances through a new statistical method developed by USC biologists. (2007-07-17)
The ISSCR issues statement on human germline genome modification
In a statement released yesterday, the International Society for Stem Cell Research called for a moratorium on attempts at clinical application of nuclear genome editing of the human germ line to enable more extensive scientific analysis of the potential risks of genome editing and broader public discussion of the societal and ethical implications. (2015-03-20)
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