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Bridging the Genotype and the Phenotype: Towards An Epigenetic Landscape Approach to Evolutionary Systems Biology

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Apr 14, 2014

J Davila-Velderrain, Elena R Álvarez-Buylla

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Understanding the mapping of genotypes into phenotypes is a central challenge of current biological research. Such mapping, conceptually represents a developmental mechanism through which phenotypic variation can be generated. Given the nongenetic character of developmental dynamics, ph...read more

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Bridging the Genotype and the Phenotype: Towards An Epigenetic Landscape Approach to Evolutionary Systems Biology

bioRxiv

Apr 14, 2014

J Davila-Velderrain, Elena R Álvarez-Buylla

PMID: 990004218

DOI: 10.1101/004218

Abstract

Understanding the mapping of genotypes into phenotypes is a central challenge of current biological research. Such mapping, conceptually represents a developmental mechanism through which phenotypic variation can be generated. Given the nongenetic character of developmental dynamics, ph...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Study
Research
Genome
Genomic Stability
GRN
Study of Epigenetics
Genomics
Grn protein, mouse
Division of Cancer Biology
Gene Regulatory Networks
3
20

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