segmented genome

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segmented genome

segmented genome

Detection of genomic islands via segmental genome heterogeneity

Patterns of Segmental Duplication in the Human Genome

Comparing genomes with rearrangements and segmental duplications

Accurate identification of orthologous segments among multiple genomes

Accurate identification of orthologous segments among multiple genomes

Segmental duplications in the human genome reveal details of pseudogene formation

DAGchainer: a tool for mining segmental genome duplications and synteny

Dblox: a genome-wide test for ancient segmental duplication

DRIMM-Synteny: decomposing genomes into evolutionary conserved segments

Structural divergence of chromosomal segments that arose from successive duplication events in the Arabidopsis genome

Genome-wide mapping of IBD segments in an Ashkenazi PD cohort identifies associated haplotypes

EGM: encapsulated gene-by-gene matching to identify gene orthologs and homologous segments in genomes

A segmental maximum a posteriori approach to genome-wide copy number profiling

Evidence that avian reovirus σNS is an RNA chaperone: implications for genome segment assortment

Integration of physical and genetic maps in apple confirms whole-genome and segmental duplications in the apple genome

Diverged Copies of the Seed Regulatory Opaque-2 Gene by a Segmental Duplication in the Progenitor Genome of Rice, Sorghum, and Maize

Gene order for a segment of the mitochondrial genome of the greenshell mussel, Perna canaliculus (Bivalvia: Mytilidae)


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A viral genome fragmented into two or more nucleic acid molecules. For example, the alfalfa mosaic virus has four different RNA segments, each packaged in a different virion. Successful infection requires that at least one RNA of each type enters the cell. Such a virus is said to be heterocapsidic. If all fragments of a segmented genome are present in the same virion (e.g., influenza virus), the virus is said to be isocapsidic.

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