Browsing by Author "Bontrop, Ronald E."

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  • Sudmant, Peter H.; Huddleston, John; Catacchio, Claudia R.; Malig, Maika; Hillier, LeDeana W.; Baker, Carl; Mohajeri, Kiana; Kondova, Ivanela; Bontrop, Ronald E.; Persengiev, Stephan; Antonacci, Francesca; Ventura, Mario; Prado Martínez, Javier, 1987-; Marquès i Bonet, Tomàs, 1975-; Eichler, Evan E.; Project Great Ape Genome (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press (CSHL Press), 2013)
    Copy number variation (CNV) contributes to disease and has restructured the genomes of great apes. The diversity and rate of this process, however, have not been extensively explored among great ape lineages. We analyzed ...
  • Gallego Jiménez, Alicia, 1985-; Melé Messeguer, Marta, 1982-; Balcells, Ingrid; García Ramallo, Eva; Torruella Loran, Ignasi, 1987-; Fernández Bellon, Hugo; Abelló, Teresa; Kondova, Ivanela; Bontrop, Ronald E.; Hvilsom, Christina; Navarro i Cuartiellas, Arcadi, 1969-; Marquès i Bonet, Tomàs, 1975-; Espinosa Parrilla, Yolanda, 1971- (Public Library of Science, 2016)
    microRNAs are crucial post-transcriptional regulators of gene expression involved in a wide range of biological processes. Although microRNAs are highly conserved among species, the functional implications of existing ...
  • Sanchez-Delgado, Marta; Court, Franck; Vidal, Enrique; Medrano, Jose; Monteagudo-Sánchez, Ana; Martin-Trujillo, Alex; Tayama, Chiharu; Iglesias-Platas, Isabel; Kondova, Ivanela; Bontrop, Ronald E.; Poo-Llanillo, Maria Eugenia; Marquès i Bonet, Tomàs, 1975-; Nakabayashi, Kazuhiko; Simón, Carlos; Monk, David (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2016)
    Thousands of regions in gametes have opposing methylation profiles that are largely resolved during the post-fertilization epigenetic reprogramming. However some specific sequences associated with imprinted loci survive ...
  • Ruiz Orera, Jorge, 1988-; Hernández Rodríguez, Jéssica, 1983-; Chiva, Cristina; Sabidó Aguadé, Eduard, 1981-; Kondova, Ivanela; Bontrop, Ronald E.; Marquès i Bonet, Tomàs, 1975-; Albà Soler, Mar (Public Library of Science, 2015)
    The birth of new genes is an important motor of evolutionary innovation. Whereas many new genes arise by gene duplication, others originate at genomic regions that did not contain any genes or gene copies. Some of these ...

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