BMC Genomics - Volume 6, issue Preprint

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Research using the model system Xenopus laevis has provided critical insights into the mechanisms of early vertebrate development and cell biology. Large scale sequencing efforts have provided an increasingly important resource for researchers. To provide full advantage of the av

Journal: BMC Genomics, vol. 6, no. Preprint, 2005

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Identification of a bacterial protein's subcellular localization (SCL) is important for genome annotation, function prediction and drug or vaccine target identification. Subcellular fractionation techniques combined with recent proteomics technology permits the identification of large n

Journal: BMC Genomics, vol. 6, no. Preprint, 2005

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Earlier comparative maps between the genomes of rice (Oryza sativa L.), barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) and wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) were linkage maps based on cDNA-RFLP markers. The low number of polymorphic RFLP markers has limited the development of dense genetic

Journal: BMC Genomics, vol. 6, no. Preprint, 2005

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To date several studies have sought to catalog the full suite of antibodies that humans naturally produce against single antigens or other specificities (repertoire). Here we analyze the properties of all sequenced repertoires in order to better understand the specificity of antibody re

Journal: BMC Genomics, vol. 6, no. Preprint, 2005

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The distribution and location of insertion elements in a genome is an excellent tool to track the evolution of bacterial strains and a useful molecular marker to distinguish between closely related bacterial isolates. The information about the genomic locations of IS elements is

Journal: BMC Genomics, vol. 6, no. Preprint, 2005

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Regulatory functions of nitric oxide (NO) that bypass the second messenger cGMP are incompletely understood. Here, cGMP-independent effects of NOon gene expression were globally examined in U937 cells, a human monoblastoid line that constitutively lacks soluble

Journal: BMC Genomics, vol. 6, no. Preprint, 2005