Browsing by Subject "gene sequence"

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  • Neu, Enzo; Featherston, Jonathan; Rees, Jasper; Debener, Thomas (San Francisco, CA : Public Library of Science, 2017)
    Background: Black spot is one of the most severe and damaging diseases of garden roses. We present the draft genome sequence of its causative agent Diplocarpon rosae as a working tool to generate molecular markers and to ...
  • Niemiec, Emilia; Howard, Heidi Carmen (Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2016)
    High throughput approaches such as whole genome sequencing (WGS) and whole exome sequencing (WES) create an unprecedented amount of data providing powerful resources for clinical care and research. Recently, WGS and WES ...
  • Terefe-Ayana, Diro; Kaufmann, Helgard; Linde, Marcus; Debener, Thomas (London : BioMed Central Ltd., 2012)
    Background: The resistance of plants to pathogens relies on two lines of defense: a basal defense response and a pathogen-specific system, in which resistance (R) genes induce defense reactions after detection of ...
  • Kaye, Jane; Hurles, Matthew; Griffin, Heather; Grewal, Jasjote; Bobrow, Martin; Timpson, Nic; Smee, Carol; Bolton, Patrick; Durbin, Richard; Dyke, Stephanie; Fitzpatrick, David; Kennedy, Karen; Kent, Alastair; Muddyman, Dawn; Muntoni, Francesco; Raymond, Lucy F.; Semple, Robert; Spector, Tim (London : Nature Publishing Group, 2014)
    Recent advances in sequencing technology allow data on the human genome to be generated more quickly and in greater detail than ever before. Such detail includes findings that may be of significance to the health of the ...