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Comparative analyses reveal distinct sets of lineage-specific genes within Arabidopsis thaliana

BMC Evolutionary Biology

Feb 16, 2010

Haining LinC Robin Buell

Abstract

The availability of genome and transcriptome sequences for a number of species permits the identification and characterization of conserved as well as divergent genes such as lineage-specific genes which have no detectable sequence similarity to genes from other lineages. While genes co...read more

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Comparative analyses reveal distinct sets of lineage-specific genes within Arabidopsis thaliana

BMC Evolutionary Biology

Feb 16, 2010

Haining LinC Robin Buell

PMID: 20152032

DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-10-41

Abstract

The availability of genome and transcriptome sequences for a number of species permits the identification and characterization of conserved as well as divergent genes such as lineage-specific genes which have no detectable sequence similarity to genes from other lineages. While genes co...read more

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