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  • Webinar: Wednesday 21 August 2013 at Noon EDT

    This webinar will describe the use of combinatorial pooling to reconstruct gene sequences within BACs. Recent work in barley has shown that this level of sequence knowledge is sufficient to support critical end-point objectives such as map-based cloning and marker-assisted breeding. http://www.e...

    Tags: Webinar, Selective Sequencing, Gene, BAC

    1417 days ago

  • The 8000 years old Tibetian gene mutation !!!

    A new study has provided insight into how gene mutation around 8,000 years ago helped Tibetans' to survive in the thin air on the Tibetan Plateau, where an average elevation is of 14,800 feet.A study led by University of Utah scientists is the first to find a genetic cause for the adaptation, a s...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Genome, Adaptation, Mutation, EGLN1, Gene, Tibetans

    1043 days ago

  • A comprehensive atlas of human gene activity released !!!

    A large international consortium of researchers has produced the first comprehensive, detailed map of the way genes work across the major cells and tissues of the human body. The findings describe the complex networks that govern gene activity, and the new information could play a c...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Gene, Atlas, Activity

    1030 days ago

  • Tigers genome sequenced

    Fifteen scientists led by Dr Jong Bhak of Genome Research Foundation, South Korea, decoded as many as 3 billion nucleotides (organic molecules that form the basic building blocks of nucleic acids, such as DNA). They identified 20,000 genes related to various functions of the tiger.  The big...

    Tags: Tiger, big cat, house cat, sequencing, genome, DNA, gene, mapping, Bengal tiger, Panthera

    1380 days ago