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  1. A report from the Rhizobium Functional Genomics Workshop, Sevilla, Spain, 15-16 September 2000.

    Authors: Xavier Perret and William J Broughton
    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reports4007.1
  2. Fibroblast growth factors (FGFs) make up a large family of polypeptide growth factors that are found in organisms ranging from nematodes to humans. In vertebrates, the 22 members of the FGF family range in mol...

    Authors: David M Ornitz and Nobuyuki Itoh
    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reviews3005.1
  3. Those studying the genus Brassica will be among the early beneficiaries of the now-completed Arabidopsis sequence. The remarkable morphological diversity of Brassica species and their relatives offers valuable op...

    Authors: Andrew H Paterson, Tien-hung Lan, Richard Amasino, Thomas C Osborn and Carlos Quiros
    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reviews1011.1
  4. Completion of fungal, plant and human genomes paved the way to the identification of erythrocytic rhesus proteins and their kidney homologs as ammonium transporters.

    Authors: Uwe Ludewig, Nico von Wirén, Doris Rentsch and Wolf B Frommer
    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reviews1010.1
  5. Developing an understanding of the molecular basis for the divergence of species lies at the heart of biology. The Adaptive Evolution Database (TAED) serves as a starting point to link events that occur at the...

    Authors: David A Liberles, David R Schreiber, Sridhar Govindarajan, Stephen G Chamberlin and Steven A Benner
    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:preprint0003.1
  6. DNA is highly organized spatially, both within domains of chromatin along each chromosome and within the nucleus as a whole. Recent studies suggest that chromatin localization can affect transcriptional and re...

    Authors: Jason R Swedlow and Angus I Lamond
    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reviews0002.1
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. A method for double-stranded RNA interference of gene expression in mammalian cells.

    Authors: Edupalli Subbaiah Venkata
    Citation: Genome Biology 2001 2:reports0007

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