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- Roychowdhury, Tanmoy, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Genomics 2019 v.111 no.2 pp. 205-211
- Escherichia coli; Mycobacterium tuberculosis; genetic markers; genetic variation; infectious diseases; microorganisms; pathogens; phenotypic variation; single nucleotide polymorphism
- ... In a context specific manner, Intra-species genomic variation plays an important role in phenotypic diversity observed among pathogenic microbes. Efficient classification of these pathogens is important for diagnosis and treatment of several infectious diseases. NGS technologies have provided access to wealth of data that can be utilized to discover important markers for pathogen classification. I ...
- Roychowdhury, Anirban, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Genomics 2020 v.112 no.1 pp. 961-970
- gene expression regulation; gene overexpression; methylation; microarray technology; patients; prognosis; pseudogenes; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; transcription (genetics); uterine cervical neoplasms; women
- ... CACX is one of the most common cancer affecting women world-wide. Here, expression microarray analysis revealed 8 over-expressed transcribed pseudogenes (GBP1P1, HLA-DRB6, HLA-H, SLC6A10P, NAPSB, KRT16P2, PTTG3P and RNF126P1), down-regulated 7 lincRNAs (H19, MIR100HG, MEG3, DIO3OS, HOXA11-AS, CD27-AS1 and EPB41L4A-AS) and 6 snoRNAs (SNORD97, SNORD3A, SNORD3C, SNORD3D, SNORA12 and SCARNA9) as DEncG ...