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Supporting Online Material

  title={Supporting Online Material},
  author={Von Howard Ebron and Zhiwei Yang and Daniel J. Seyer and Mikhail E. Kozlov and Jiyoung Oh and Hui Xie and Joselito M. Razal and Lee J. Hall and John P. Ferraris and Alan G. MacDiarmid and Ray H. Baughman},
Animals and Circadian Time LE/BluGill rats (University of Illinois) 6-12 weeks old were used for the in studies of the SCN. A dense genome scan was performed at a 10cM interval between markers on LE/BluGill progenitors. The results of this scan, performed by the Medical College of Wisconsin Human and Molecular Genetics Center as part of the NHLBI Programs for Genomic Applications (PGA) U01 HL66579, showed that the colony is inbred, yielding one allele at each locus tested (http://pga.mcw.edu… 
Genome-wide association study in Collaborative Cross mice reveals a role for Rhbdf2 in skeletal homeostasis
This study demonstrates for the first time the skeletal role of Rhbdf2 on the physiological remodeling of both the cortical and trabecular bone and identifies new causal genes in the regulation of bone microarchitecture, a critical determinant of bone strength.
A genome-wide association study in mice reveals a role for Rhbdf2 in skeletal homeostasis
The results indicate that Rhbdf2 plays a decisive role in bone mass accrual and microarchitecture, suggesting that microstructural architecture is an important determinant of skeletal strength.
High-Sensitivity Transcriptome Data Structure and Implications for Analysis and Biologic Interpretation
Based on the statistical properties, a signal variance distribution model is derived for AB1700 data that is necessary for high-sensitivity transcriptome profiles and reflects two fundamentally different biologic mechanisms of transcription initiation.
Pathway and gene-set activation measurement from mRNA expression data: the tissue distribution of human pathways
Both the detection sensitivity and identity of pathways significantly perturbed in a microarray experiment are highly dependent on the analysis methods used and how incoherent pathways are treated, and analysts should consider using multiple approaches to test the robustness of their biological interpretations.
LocTree2 predicts localization for all domains of life
The resulting method, LocTree2, works well even for protein fragments, uses a hierarchical system of support vector machines that imitates the cascading mechanism of cellular sorting and compares favorably with top methods when tested on new data.
Evolution of the TGF-beta superfamily with emphasis on Nodal
This study demonstrates that the fish sequences are all in the group in which the bird Nodal is located and is monophyletic, but its neighbour ligand or ligand group is nonetheless uncertain.
Mosquito midgut Enterobacter cloacae and Serratia marcescens affect the fitness of adult female Anopheles gambiae s.l.
With no observed negative effect on survival/longevity of Anopheles gambiae, introducing E. cloacae and S. marcescens in future bacteria-associated control strategies is unlikely to result in mosquitoes that will be outlived by the wild population.
Normalization Using Weighted Negative Second Order Exponential Error Functions (NeONORM) Provides Robustness Against Asymmetries in Comparative Transcriptome Profiles and Avoids False Calls
This work investigated asymmetric comparative transcriptome profiles and developed the normalization using weighted negative second order exponential error functions (NeONORM) for robust and global inter-assay normalization, and evaluated NeONorM’s applicability using artificial and true experimental datasets.
I 1986, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service appointed an Advisory Commi ee to evaluate the status of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker (Campephilus principalis), a species that had been on U.S. endangered
The immunophilin Zonda controls regulated exocytosis in endocrine and exocrine tissues
A novel component of the exocytic machinery, the Drosophila transmembrane immunophilin Zonda (Zda), previously found to participate in autophagy is reported here and identified the small GTPase RalA as a crucial regulator of secretory granule exocytosis that operates upstream of Zda in the process.


S18. This vector was kindly provided by Dr. Koike, University of Tokyo. S19
  • Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A
  • 2000