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Articles selected by Faculty of 1000: heterochromatin correlates with gene silencing; identifying genes for hypertension; protein domain graphs for prokaryotic phylogeny; Drosophila haemocyte function; rice chloroplast-nuclear DNA shuffling

Genome Biology20056:319

DOI: 10.1186/gb-2005-6-4-319

Published: 24 March 2005

Heterochromatin correlates with gene silencing

A selection of evaluations from Faculty of 1000 covering heterochromatin correlation with gene silencing; the identification of genes for hypertension; protein domain graphs for prokaryotic phylogeny; Drosophila haemocyte function; rice chloroplast-nuclear DNA shuffling.

Cell-by-cell dissection of gene expression and chromosomal interactions reveals consequences of nuclear reorganization. Harmon B, Sedat J. PLoS Biol 2005, 3:e67.

For the Faculty of 1000 evaluation of this article please see: http://genomebiology.com/reports/F1000/gb-2005-6-4-319.asp#Harmon

Identifying genes for hypertension

Identification of hypertension-related genes through an integrated genomic-transcriptomic approach. Yagil C, Hubner N, Monti J, Schulz H, Sapojnikov M, Luft FC, Ganten D, Yagil Y. Circ Res 2005, Feburary 24.

For the Faculty of 1000 evaluation of this article please see: http://genomebiology.com/reports/F1000/gb-2005-6-4-319.asp#Yagil

Protein domain graphs for prokaryotic phylogeny

Prokaryotic phylogenies inferred from protein structural domains. Deeds EJ, Hennessey H, Shakhnovich EI. Genome Res 2005, 15:393-402.

For the Faculty of 1000 evaluation of this article please see: http://genomebiology.com/reports/F1000/gb-2005-6-4-319.asp#Deeds

Drosophila haemocyte function

New insights into Drosophila larval haemocyte functions through genome-wide analysis. Irving P, Ubeda JM, Doucet D, Troxler L, Lagueux M, Zachary D, Hoffmann JA, Hetru C, Meister M. Cell Microbiol 2005, 7:335-350.

For the Faculty of 1000 evaluation of this article please see: http://genomebiology.com/reports/F1000/gb-2005-6-4-319.asp#Irving

Rice chloroplast-nuclear DNA shuffling

The rice nuclear genome continuously integrates, shuffles, and eliminates the chloroplast genome to cause chloroplast-nuclear DNA flux. Matsuo M, Ito Y, Yamauchi R, Obokata J. Plant Cell 2005, 17:665-675.

For the Faculty of 1000 evaluation of this article please see: http://genomebiology.com/reports/F1000/gb-2005-6-4-319.asp#Matsuo

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