PLOS Genetics - Číslo 2/2011


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A New Testing Strategy to Identify Rare Variants with Either Risk or Protective Effect on Disease
Single-Tissue and Cross-Tissue Heritability of Gene Expression Via Identity-by-Descent in Related or Unrelated Individuals
Pervasive Adaptive Protein Evolution Apparent in Diversity Patterns around Amino Acid Substitutions in
The Architecture of Gene Regulatory Variation across Multiple Human Tissues: The MuTHER Study
MiRNA Control of Vegetative Phase Change in Trees
New Functions of Ctf18-RFC in Preserving Genome Stability outside Its Role in Sister Chromatid Cohesion
Genome-Wide Association Studies of the PR Interval in African Americans
Mapping of the Disease Locus and Identification of As a Candidate Gene in a Canine Model of Primary Open Angle Glaucoma
Mapping a New Spontaneous Preterm Birth Susceptibility Gene, , Using Linkage, Haplotype Sharing, and Association Analysis
A Population Genetic Approach to Mapping Neurological Disorder Genes Using Deep Resequencing
and Genes Modulate the Switch between Attraction and Repulsion during Behavioral Phase Change in the Migratory Locust
Targeted Sister Chromatid Cohesion by Sir2
Correlated Evolution of Nearby Residues in Drosophilid Proteins
Parallel Evolution of a Type IV Secretion System in Radiating Lineages of the Host-Restricted Bacterial Pathogen
Lipophorin Receptors Mediate the Uptake of Neutral Lipids in Oocytes and Imaginal Disc Cells by an Endocytosis-Independent Mechanism
Genome-Wide Association Study of Coronary Heart Disease and Its Risk Factors in 8,090 African Americans: The NHLBI CARe Project
The Evolution of Host Specialization in the Vertebrate Gut Symbiont
Genome-Wide Association of Familial Late-Onset Alzheimer's Disease Replicates and and Nominates in Interaction with
Risk Alleles for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in a Large Case-Control Collection and Associations with Clinical Subphenotypes
Association between Common Variation at the Locus and Changes in Body Mass Index from Infancy to Late Childhood: The Complex Nature of Genetic Association through Growth and Development
AID Induces Double-Strand Breaks at Immunoglobulin Switch Regions and Causing Chromosomal Translocations in Yeast THO Mutants
A Study of CNVs As Trait-Associated Polymorphisms and As Expression Quantitative Trait Loci
Whole-Genome Comparison Reveals Novel Genetic Elements That Characterize the Genome of Industrial Strains of
Prevalence of Epistasis in the Evolution of Influenza A Surface Proteins
Srf1 Is a Novel Regulator of Phospholipase D Activity and Is Essential to Buffer the Toxic Effects of C16:0 Platelet Activating Factor
Two Frizzled Planar Cell Polarity Signals in the Wing Are Differentially Organized by the Fat/Dachsous Pathway
Phosphoinositide Regulation of Integrin Trafficking Required for Muscle Attachment and Maintenance
Pathogenic VCP/TER94 Alleles Are Dominant Actives and Contribute to Neurodegeneration by Altering Cellular ATP Level in a IBMPFD Model
Meta-Analysis of Genome-Wide Association Studies in Celiac Disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis Identifies Fourteen Non-HLA Shared Loci
A Genome-Wide Study of DNA Methylation Patterns and Gene Expression Levels in Multiple Human and Chimpanzee Tissues
Nucleosomes Containing Methylated DNA Stabilize DNA Methyltransferases 3A/3B and Ensure Faithful Epigenetic Inheritance
Mutations in Zebrafish Result in Adult-Onset Ocular Pathogenesis That Models Myopia and Other Risk Factors for Glaucoma
[], the Prion Formed by the Chromatin Remodeling Factor Swi1, Is Highly Sensitive to Alterations in Hsp70 Chaperone System Activity
Characterization of Transcriptome Remodeling during Cambium Formation Identifies and As Opposing Regulators of Secondary Growth
The Cardiac Transcription Network Modulated by Gata4, Mef2a, Nkx2.5, Srf, Histone Modifications, and MicroRNAs
Epistatic Interaction Maps Relative to Multiple Metabolic Phenotypes
Quantitative Models of the Mechanisms That Control Genome-Wide Patterns of Transcription Factor Binding during Early Development
Genome-Wide Transcript Profiling of Endosperm without Paternal Contribution Identifies Parent-of-Origin–Dependent Regulation of

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