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  • Alioto, Tyler S; Ngai, John (BioMed Central, 2005)
    Background: Vertebrate odorant receptors comprise three types of G protein-coupled receptors: the OR, V1R and V2R receptors. The OR superfamily contains over 1,000 genes in some mammalian species, representing the largest ...
  • Boada Centeno, Núria; Planas Iglesias, Joan, 1980-; Oliva Miguel, Baldomero (BioMed Central, 2005)
    Comparative modeling is becoming an increasingly helpful technique in microbial cell factories as the knowledge of the three-dimensional structure of a protein would be an invaluable aid to solve problems on protein ...
  • González-Neira, Anna; Calafell i Majo, Francesc; Navarro Cuartiellas, Arcadi; Lao Grueso, Oscar, 1976-; Cann, Howard; Comas Martínez, David; Bertranpetit, Jaume, 1952- (BioMed Central, 2004)
    Recent studies of haplotype diversity in a number of genomic regions have suggested that long stretches of DNA are preserved in the same chromosome, with little evidence of recombination events. The knowledge of the extent ...
  • Huang, Hui; Winter, Eitan E; Wang, Huajun; Weinstock, Keith G; Xing, Heming; Goodstadt, Leo; Stenson, Peter D; Cooper, David N; Smith, Douglas; Ponting, Chris P; Albà Soler, Mar; Fechtel, Kim (BioMed Central, 2004)
    Background: Model organisms have contributed substantially to our understanding of the etiology of human disease as well as having assisted with the development of new treatment modalities. The availability of the human, ...
  • Cheung, Joseph; Estivill Pallejà, Xavier; Khaja, Razi; MacDonald, Jeffrey R; Lau, Ken; Tsui, Lap-Chee; Scherer, Stephen W (BioMed Central, 2003)
    Background: Previous studies have suggested that recent segmental duplications, which are often involved in chromosome rearrangements underlying genomic disease, account for some 5% of the human genome. We have developed ...