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  • Assexon: Assembling Exon Using Gene Capture Data. [Journal Article]
    Evol Bioinform Online 2019; 15:1176934319874792Yuan H, Atta C, … Li C
  • Exon capture across species has been one of the most broadly applied approaches to acquire multi-locus data in phylogenomic studies of non-model organisms. Methods for assembling loci from short-read sequences (eg, Illumina platforms) that rely on mapping reads to a reference genome may not be suitable for studies comprising species across a wide phylogenetic spectrum; thus, de novo assembling me…
  • The Cerebellar Cognitive Affective/Schmahmann Syndrome: a Task Force Paper. [Review]
    Cerebellum 2019Argyropoulos GPD, van Dun K, … Schmahmann JD
  • Sporadically advocated over the last two centuries, a cerebellar role in cognition and affect has been rigorously established in the past few decades. In the clinical domain, such progress is epitomized by the "cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome" ("CCAS") or "Schmahmann syndrome." Introduced in the late 1990s, CCAS reflects a constellation of cerebellar-induced sequelae, comprising deficits …
  • Temporal, spatial, and genetic regulation of external genitalia development. [Review]
    Differentiation 2019; 110:1-7Haller M, Ma L
  • Fertilization requires the physical combination of gametes, and terrestrial mammals necessitated the evolution of genitalia capable of successfully completing the fertilization process in a non-aqueous environment. Thus, the male mammalian external genitalia evolved as an outgrowth from the body, an appendage sufficient to fertilize eggs housed deep inside the female. In this way, sexual dimorphi…
  • Ploidy level and nucleotide variations in inflorescence dichotomous cultivars of plantain (Musa spp. AAB genome). [Journal Article]
    BMC Genomics 2019; 20(1):713Brisibe EA, Ekanem NG
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is the first report of cytogenetic fingerprints and nucleotide diversity detection among single- and multiple-bunching Musa cultivars. A clear distinction between the two groups was found that is indicative of variations both in ploidy level and nucleotide sequences. The pattern of single nucleotide polymorphisms provided profound clues suggesting that there was a high incidence of genomic divergence, due to random and unstable genetic events that were triggered by frequent spontaneous somatic mutations.
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