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  1. A report on the 11th Workshop on Genome Informatics, the annual meeting on genome informatics and related subjects supported by the Genome Informatics Society of Japan, Tokyo, Japan, 18-19 December, 2000.

    Authors: Katsumi Isono

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reports4006.1

    Content type: Meeting report

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  2. Sophisticated molecular biological research has revealed many virulence attributes in at least four pathogenic fungi, but the future study of fungal virulence requires investigators to distinguish between mole...

    Authors: Frank C Odds, Neil AR Gow and Alistair JP Brown

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reviews1009.1

    Content type: Minireview

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  3. Oligonucleotide and cDNA microarrays have been used to analyse the mRNA levels of 8,000 genes in Arabidopsis thaliana throughout the day/night cycle. Genes involved in signal transduction and in various metabolic...

    Authors: Seth J Davis and Andrew J Millar

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reviews1008.1

    Content type: Minireview

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  4. Once thought to be impossible or a waste of resources, the initial high-volume stages of sequencing the human genome have been completed.

    Authors: Colin AM Semple, Kathryn L Evans and David J Porteous

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:comment2003.1

    Content type: Opinion

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  5. A large-scale RNA interference screen has proved an efficient and powerful reverse genetic approach for identifying genes involved in cell division in Caenorhabditis elegans.

    Authors: Joe Hao

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reports0008

    Content type: Paper report

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  6. A method for double-stranded RNA interference of gene expression in mammalian cells.

    Authors: Edupalli Subbaiah Venkata

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reports0007

    Content type: Paper report

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  7. SAGE is a genome-wide method for obtaining gene expression profiles. It generates tags of 10 nucleotides in length, which are assumed to determine the corresponding gene transcript. In practice however, this i...

    Authors: Jacques Colinge and Georg Feger

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:preprint0002.1

    Content type: Deposited research article

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  8. Classic methods of identifying genes involved in neural function include the laborious process of behavioral screening of mutagenized flies and then rescreening candidate lines for pleiotropic effects due to d...

    Authors: Karen L Posey, Leslie B Jones, Rosalinda Cerda, Monica Bajaj, Thao Huynh, Paul E Hardin and Susan H Hardin

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:research0008.1

    Content type: Research

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  9. The recent draft assembly of the human genome provides a unified basis for describing genomic structure and function. The draft is sufficiently accurate to provide useful annotation, enabling direct observatio...

    Authors: Fred A Wright, William J Lemon, Wei D Zhao, Russell Sears, Degen Zhuo, Jian-Ping Wang, Hee-Yung Yang, Troy Baer, Don Stredney, Joe Spitzner, Al Stutz, Ralf Krahe and Bo Yuan

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:preprint0001.1

    Content type: Deposited research article

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  10. What is the minimum number of genes or functions necessary to support cellular life? The concept of a 'minimal genome' has become popular, but is it a useful concept, and if so, what might a minimal genome enc...

    Authors: Scott N Peterson and Claire M Fraser

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:comment2002.1

    Content type: Opinion

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  11. Large-scale expression profiling has revealed distinct clusters of circadian clock-regulated genes and identified a phase-specific cis-regulatory element.

    Authors: Thomas Eulgem

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reports0005

    Content type: Paper report

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  12. A comparative study based on four fully sequenced eukaryotic genomes has revealed profound differences in the sets of transcription factors used by plants, fungi and animals.

    Authors: Thomas Eulgem

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reports0004

    Content type: Paper report

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  13. A report on the British Society for Immunology Annual Congress, Harrogate, UK, 5-8 December 2000.

    Authors: Rachel L Allen

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reports4004.1

    Content type: Meeting report

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  14. A report on the 'Critical Assessment of Microarray Data Analysis' (CAMDA 2000) meeting, Durham, North Carolina, USA, December 18-19,2000.

    Authors: James N Siedow

    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reports4003.1

    Content type: Meeting report

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