Advances in Genome Research and Application: 2011 Edition: ScholarlyPaper

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ScholarlyEditions, Jan 9, 2012 - Medical - 20 pages
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Contents

Intrahost Evolutionary Dynamics of Canine Influenza Virus in Naive and Partially Immune Dogs
AUTOREGRESSIVE MODELING OF CODING SEQUENCE LENGTHS IN BACTERIAL GENOME
Host imprints on bacterial genomesrapid divergent evolution in individual patients
UV hyperresistance in Prochlorococcus MED4 results from a single base pair deletion just upstream of an operon encoding nudix hydrolase and phot...
Tomato cultivar tolerant to Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus infection induces virusspecific short interfering RNA accumulation and defenceassociat...
Metabolic control of virulence genes in Brucella abortus HutC coordinates virB expression and the histidine utilization pathway by direct binding to ...
The capsid protein of Turnip crinkle virus overcomes two separate defense barriers to facilitate systemic movement of the virus in Arabidopsis
Both matrix proteins of Ebola virus contribute to the regulation of viral genome replication and transcription
A dualfunction sRNA from Bsubtilis SR1 acts as a peptide encoding mRNA on the gapA operon
Immune evasion by gammaherpesvirus genome maintenance proteins
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