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The currently-accepted dogma when analysing human Alu transposable elements is that 'young' Alu elements are found in low GC regions and 'old' Alus in high GC regions. The correlation between high GC… Continue Reading
Genes which are co-expressed in tissues or processes are often regulated by the same transcription factors. In this thesis, the analysis of transcription factors predicted to regulate a gene is… Continue Reading
CITATION: Jonathan P. Tennant, Timothée Poisot, M Fabiana Kubke, François Michonneau, Michael P. Taylor, Graham Steel, Jérémy Anquetin, Emily Coyte, This is an open letter concerning the recent… Continue Reading
Almost half the human genome consists of mobile DNA elements, and their analysis is a vital part of understanding the human genome as a whole. Many of these elements are ancient and have persisted in… Continue Reading