Plant biologists and biochemists from UCLA, UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco have produced a gold mine of data by sequencing the genome of a green alga called Chromochloris zofingiensis.
Scientists discover how ‘jumping genes’ help black truffles adapt to their environment
Matteo Pellegrini talks with ScienceWatch.com and answers a few questions about this month’s Emerging Research Front paper in the field of Multidisciplinary.
HHMI researchers have developed novel techniques and software that will provide scientists with the tools they need to decipher large-scale patterns in the vital – but little-understood – process of […]
:Using a novel “deep sequencing” technology that can in one fell swoop decode 50 million sequences representing well over a billion bases of DNA, a research team is working to […]
A collaboration between researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies and the University of California at Los Angeles captured the genome-wide DNA methylation pattern of the plant Arabidopsis thaliana […]