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Articles selected by Faculty of 1000: profiling human and chimpanzee brains; genome-wide search for cellular systems; crossover control in C. elegans; RNA role in prion disease; self-assembly of protein arrays

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Genome Biology20034:353

DOI: 10.1186/gb-2003-4-12-353

Published: 5 November 2003

Summary

A selection of evaluations from Faculty of 1000 covering the profiling of human and chimpanzee brains, a genome-wide search for cellular systems, crossover control in C. elegans, a role for RNA molecules in prion disease and self-assembly of protein arrays.

Profiling human and chimpanzee brains

Elevated gene expression levels distinguish human from non-human primate brains. Caceres M, Lachuer J, Zapala MA, Redmond JC, Kudo L, Geschwind DH, Lockhart DJ, Preuss TM, Barlow C. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2003, Oct 13

For the Faculty of 1000 evaluation of this article please see: http://genomebiology.com/reports/F1000/gb-2003-4-12-353.asp#Caceres

Genome-wide search for cellular systems

Discovery of uncharacterized cellular systems by genome-wide analysis of functional linkages. Date SV, Marcotte EM. Nat Biotechnol 2003, 21:1055-1062.

For the Faculty of 1000 evaluation of this article please see: http://genomebiology.com/reports/F1000/gb-2003-4-12-353.asp#Date

Crossover control in C. elegans

Chromosome-wide control of meiotic crossing over in C. elegans . Hillers KJ, Villeneuve AM. Curr Biol 2003, 13:1641-1647.

For the Faculty of 1000 evaluation of this article please see: http://genomebiology.com/reports/F1000/gb-2003-4-12-353.asp#Hillers

RNA role in prion disease

RNA molecules stimulate prion protein conversion. Deleault NR, Lucassen RW, Supattapone S. Nature 2003, 425::717-720.

For the Faculty of 1000 evaluation of this article please see: http://genomebiology.com/reports/F1000/gb-2003-4-12-353.asp#Deleault

Self-assembly of protein arrays

Self-assembly of proteins into designed networks. Ringler P, Schulz GE. Science 2003, 302:106-109.

For the Faculty of 1000 evaluation of this article please see: http://genomebiology.com/reports/F1000/gb-2003-4-12-353.asp#Ringler

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