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    • The bonobo genome compared with the chimpanzee and human genomes 

      Prüfer, K.; Munch, K.; Hellmann I.; Akagi, K.; Miller J.R.; Walenz, B.; Koren, S.; Sutton G.; Kodira, C.; Winer, R.; Knight J.R.; Mullikin J.C.; Meader, S.J.; Ponting, C.P.; Lunter G.; Higashino, S.; Hobolth, A.; Dutheil J.; Karakoç, E.; Alkan, C.; Sajjadian, S.; Catacchio, C.R.; Ventura, M.; Marques-Bonet, T.; Eichler, E.E.; André, C.; Atencia, R.; Mugisha L.; Junhold J.; Patterson, N.; Siebauer, M.; Good J.M.; Fischer, A.; Ptak, S.E.; Lachmann, M.; Symer, D.E.; Mailund, T.; Schierup, M.H.; Andrés, A.M.; Kelso J.; Pääbo, S. (2012)
      Two African apes are the closest living relatives of humans: the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) and the bonobo (Pan paniscus). Although they are similar in many respects, bonobos and chimpanzees differ strikingly in key ...
    • Copy number variation of individual cattle genomes using next-generation sequencing 

      Bickhart, D.M.; Hou, Y.; Schroeder, S.G.; Alkan C.; Cardone, M.F.; Matukumalli L.K.; Song J.; Schnabel, R.D.; Ventura M.; Taylor J.F.; Garcia J.F.; Van Tassell, C.P.; Sonstegard, T.S.; Eichler, E. E.; Liu G.E. (2012)
      Copy number variations (CNVs) affect a wide range of phenotypic traits; however, CNVs in or near segmental duplication regions are often intractable. Using a read depth approach based on next-generation sequencing, we ...
    • Extreme clonality in lymphoblastoid cell lines with implications for allele specific expression analyses 

      Plagnol V.; Uz, E.; Wallace, C.; Stevens H.; Clayton, D.; Ozcelik, T.; Todd J.A. (2008)
      Lymphoblastoid cell lines (LCL) are being actively and extensively used to examine the expression of specific genes and (genome-wide expression profiles, including allele specific expression assays. However, it has recently ...