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- Drost, Derek R.; Novaes, Evandro; Boaventura-Novaes, Carolina; Benedict, Catherine I.; Brown, Ryan S.; Yin, Tongming; Tuskan, Gerald A.; Kirst, Matias
- Plant journal 2009 v.58 no.6 pp. 1054-1067
- microsatellite repeats; loci; outcrossing; genome assembly; genome; microarray technology; yeasts; genetically engineered microorganisms; heterozygosity; Populus trichocarpa; gene expression; chromosome mapping; genotyping; progeny; genetic variation
- ... Microarrays have demonstrated significant power for genome-wide analyses of gene expression, and recently have also revolutionized the genetic analysis of segregating populations by genotyping thousands of loci in a single assay. Although microarray-based genotyping approaches have been successfully applied in yeast and several inbred plant species, their power has not been proven in an outcrossin ...
- Shakirov, Eugene V.; McKnight, Thomas D.; Shippen, Dorothy E.
- Plant journal 2009 v.58 no.6 pp. 1004-1015
- Arabidopsis lyrata; Arabidopsis thaliana; Brassica oleracea; DNA; Schizosaccharomyces pombe; cauliflower; cell proliferation; crosslinking; eukaryotic cells; genome; proteins; telomeres; vertebrates; yeasts
- ... Telomeres define the ends of linear eukaryotic chromosomes and are required for genome maintenance and continued cell proliferation. The extreme ends of telomeres terminate in a single-strand protrusion, termed the G-overhang, which, in vertebrates and fission yeast, is bound by evolutionarily conserved members of the POT1 (protection of telomeres) protein family. Unlike most other model organisms ...
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