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Tiger Swallowtail Genome Reveals Mechanisms for Speciation and Caterpillar Chemical Defense.
Predicting phenotype from genotype represents the epitome of biological questions. Comparative genomics of appropriate model organisms holds the promise of making it possible. However, the highExpand
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Genomes of skipper butterflies reveal extensive convergence of wing patterns
Significance With decreasing cost, biodiversity genomics can be done by small laboratories, not large centers. Here, we overview the genomic landscape of an entire family of animals. By sequencingExpand
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Acute Hepatopancreatic Necrosis Disease-Causing Vibrio parahaemolyticus Strains Maintain an Antibacterial Type VI Secretion System with Versatile Effector Repertoires
  • P. Li, L. Kinch, +7 authors K. Orth
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Applied and Environmental Microbiology
  • 21 April 2017
ABSTRACT Acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease (AHPND) is a newly emerging shrimp disease that has severely damaged the global shrimp industry. AHPND is caused by toxic strains of VibrioExpand
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Protein interaction networks revealed by proteome coevolution
Predicting protein pairs Biological function is driven by interaction between proteins. High-throughput experimental techniques have provided large datasets of protein interactions in severalExpand
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MESSA: MEta-Server for protein Sequence Analysis
BackgroundComputational sequence analysis, that is, prediction of local sequence properties, homologs, spatial structure and function from the sequence of a protein, offers an efficient way to obtainExpand
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Speciation in Cloudless Sulphurs Gleaned from Complete Genomes
For 200 years, zoologists have relied on phenotypes to learn about the evolution of animals. A glance at the genotype, even through several gene markers, revolutionized our understanding of animalExpand
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Skipper genome sheds light on unique phenotypic traits and phylogeny
BackgroundButterflies and moths are emerging as model organisms in genetics and evolutionary studies. The family Hesperiidae (skippers) was traditionally viewed as a sister to other butterflies basedExpand
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Nuclear genomes distinguish cryptic species suggested by their DNA barcodes and ecology
Significance Thirteen years of mitochondrial DNA barcoding of 15,000+ species of Lepidoptera and their parasitoids living in Area de Conservación Guanacaste, northwestern Costa Rica, indicate severalExpand
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When COI barcodes deceive: complete genomes reveal introgression in hairstreaks
Two species of hairstreak butterflies from the genus Calycopis are known in the United States: C. cecrops and C. isobeon. Analysis of mitochondrial COI barcodes of Calycopis revealed cecrops-likeExpand
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Complete genomes of Hairstreak butterflies, their speciation, and nucleo-mitochondrial incongruence
Comparison of complete genomes of closely related species enables research on speciation and how phenotype is determined by genotype. Lepidoptera, an insect order of 150,000 species with diverseExpand
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