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  1. Potassium channels, tetrameric integral membrane proteins that form aqueous pores through which K+ can flow, are found in virtually all organisms; the genomes of humans, Drosophila, and Caenorhabditis elegans con...

    Authors: Christopher Miller
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reviews0004.1
  2. A report on the 'Nuclear architecture and control of gene expression' minisymposium at the first meeting of the European Life Scientists Organisation (ELSO), Geneva, Switzerland, September 2-6, 2000.

    Authors: Peter WH Holland
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reports4017.1
  3. A report of the Molecular Genetics of Model Legumes meeting, John Innes Centre, Norwich, 24-28 June, 2000.

    Authors: Murali Dhandaydham
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reports4016.1
  4. Profiling of gene expression in bacteria is now being used to uncover unknown genes expressed in particular genetic backgrounds or environmental conditions. Obtaining the best possible information from the exp...

    Authors: Antoine Danchin and Agnieszka Sekowska
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reviews1024.1
  5. The genetic and molecular analysis of circadian timekeeping mechanisms has accelerated as a result of the increasing volume of genomic markers and nucleotide sequence information. Completion of whole genome se...

    Authors: Paul E Hardin
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reviews1023.1
  6. A minimally redundant set of 15,000 mouse cDNAs derived from early and mid-gestation has been used to analyze global patterns of gene expression in the placenta and embryo.

    Authors: Paul Denny
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reports0069
  7. The GRAIL server is one of the many internet resources for predicting genes in uncharacterized genomic DNA.

    Authors: Todd Richmond
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reports2053
  8. EMOTIF search is one of a set of four integrated bioinformatics resources at Stanford University devoted to constructing and searching for motifs in protein sequences.

    Authors: Todd Richmond
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reports2052
  9. Genome structure confirms the chastity of some ancient asexuals.

    Authors: James Cotton
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reports0068
  10. Analysis of highly metastatic melanoma cells using oligonucleotide arrays has identified genes regulating tumor invasiveness.

    Authors: Jonathan B Weitzman
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reports0067
  11. The genes involved in the assembly and function of the polar flagellum of Vibrio parahaemolyticus have been analyzed systematically by mutagenesis, DNA sequencing and transcriptional studies.

    Authors: William Deakin
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reports0065
  12. A new bacterial alternative to the yeast two-hybrid system and phage display for detecting protein-protein and protein-DNA interactions is described.

    Authors: Rachel Brem
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reports0064
  13. A series of reports - and extracts of reports - from the Freedom of Information Conference, 6-7 July, 2000, New York Academy of Medicine. The conference was sponsored by BioMed Central, to promote debate about...

    Authors: Harold Varmus, David Lipman, Paul Ginsparg and Barry P Markovitz
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:comment2003.1
  14. Transcriptional analysis of all the genes expressed by breast tumors has provided the first steps towards defining a molecular signature for the disease, and might ultimately make conventional diagnostic techn...

    Authors: Samuel AJR Aparicio, Carlos Caldas and Bruce Ponder
    Citation: Genome Biology 2000 1:reviews1021.1

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