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Putative chromosomal deletions on 9p, 9q and 22q occur preferentially in malignant gastrointestinal stromal tumors
  • N. Kim, J. Kim, +5 authors H. Kim
  • Biology, Medicine
  • International journal of cancer
  • 1 March 2000
To characterize the type of genetic alterations in gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GISTs), we performed a comprehensive allelotype study of 14 GISTs (2 benign, 7 borderline and 5 malignant) byExpand
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Hox cluster genomics in the horn shark, Heterodontus francisci.
Reconstructing the evolutionary history of Hox cluster origins will lead to insights into the developmental and evolutionary significance of Hox gene clusters in vertebrate phylogeny and to theirExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships among gammaridean families and amphipod suborders
The phylogenies of gammaridean families and amphipod suborders have been investigated by cladistic methods. Sixteen morphological characters were used in this analysis. Five independent lineagesExpand
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Evolution of Chordate Hox Gene Clusters a
ABSTRACT: In this article, we consider the role of the Hox genes in chordate and vertebrate evolution from the viewpoints of molecular and developmental evolution. Models of Hox cluster duplicationExpand
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Comparative studies on mammalian Hoxc8 early enhancer sequence reveal a baleen whale-specific deletion of a cis-acting element.
Variations in regulatory regions of developmental control genes have been implicated in the divergence of axial morphologies. To find potentially significant changes in cis-regulatory regions, weExpand
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An efficient cis-element discovery method using multiple sequence comparisons based on evolutionary relationships.
The discovery of cis-element control motifs in noncoding DNA poses a difficult problem in genome analysis. Functional analysis by means of reporter constructs expressed in transgenic organisms is theExpand
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Differential gene expression profiles in the venom gland/sac of Orancistrocerus drewseni (Hymenoptera: Eumenidae).
To determine differential gene expression profiles in the venom gland and sac (gland/sac) of a solitary hunting wasp species, Orancistrocerus drewseni Saussure (1857), a subtractive cDNA library wasExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships of annelids, molluscs, and arthropods evidenced from molecules and morphology
Annelids and arthropods have long been considered each other's closest relatives, as evidenced by similarities in their segmented body plans. An alternative view, more recently advocated byExpand
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Complete mitogenome and phylogenetic analysis of hide beetle Dermestes maculatus (Insecta, Coleoptera, Dermestidae)
Abstract In this study, the complete mitochondrial genome of hide beetle Dermestes maculatus which was collected from Seoul, South Korea was sequenced by next-generation sequencing. The size ofExpand
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Phylogenetic positions of the aberrant branchiobdellidans and aphanoneurans within the Annelida as derived from 18S ribosomal RNA gene sequences
Different hypotheses have been proposed on the phylogenetic relationships of branchiobdellidans and aphanoneurans among the Annelida based on the anatomical and embryological characters. The 18SExpand
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