Computational molecular biology and
computational genomics; especially, the evolution of genomic organization
Dr. Maureen Stolzer wins a $250 prize for her poster How
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Philip Davidson's article appears in the September issue o PLoS Genetics!
NSF announces new awards for Understanding the Rules of Life
The spatial distributions of Highly
Iterated Palindrome 1 (HIP1) in 40 cyanobacterial genomes reveal
a periodic pattern that suggests a functional role in
shaping chromosome architecture.
Phylogenetic reconciliation reveals that a
gene that contributes to
infection of the conjunctiva by Streptococcus pneumoniae was
horizontal transfer from the pig
pathogen Streptococcus suis.
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