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PUBLISHED: November 01, 2019 to November 29, 2019

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Eukaryote hybrid genomes

Reviews

The joy of balancers

Mouse protein coding diversity: What's left to discover?

Opinion Piece

The great hairball gambit

Research Articles

UMAP reveals cryptic population structure and phenotype heterogeneity in large genomic cohorts

NPM and NPM-MLF1 interact with chromatin remodeling complexes and influence their recruitment to specific genes

Genomic dissection of an extended phenotype: Oak galling by a cynipid gall wasp

Systems genomics approaches provide new insights into Arabidopsis thaliana root growth regulation under combinatorial mineral nutrient limitation

Chromatin dynamics enable transcriptional rhythms in the cnidarian Nematostella vectensis

A circadian output center controlling feeding:fasting rhythms in Drosophila

Physiological and genomic evidence that selection on the transcription factor Epas1 has altered cardiovascular function in high-altitude deer mice

Role of alpha -Catenin and its mechanosensing properties in regulating Hippo/YAP-dependent tissue growth

The genetic architecture of helminth-specific immune responses in a wild population of Soay sheep (Ovis aries)

Linking high GC content to the repair of double strand breaks in prokaryotic genomes

Microbial phenotypic heterogeneity in response to a metabolic toxin: Continuous, dynamically shifting distribution of formaldehyde tolerance in Methylobacterium extorquens populations

Transcriptional and genomic parallels between the monoxenous parasite Herpetomonas muscarum and Leishmania

SUR-8 interacts with PP1-87B to stabilize PERIOD and regulate circadian rhythms in Drosophila

Genome-wide identification of short 2,3-cyclic phosphate-containing RNAs and their regulation in aging

Cardiac Snail family of transcription factors directs systemic lipid metabolism in Drosophila

Inference of recombination maps from a single pair of genomes and its application to ancient samples

Gpr63 is a modifier of microcephaly in Ttc21b mouse mutants

SON protects nascent transcripts from unproductive degradation by counteracting DIP1

Contribution of Common Genetic Variants to Familial Aggregation of Disease and Implications for Sequencing Studies

CRL4 regulates recombination and synaptonemal complex aggregation in the Caenorhabditis elegans germline

Ancestral male recombination in Drosophila albomicans produced geographically restricted neo-Y chromosome haplotypes varying in age and onset of decay

AMPK regulates ESCRT-dependent microautophagy of proteasomes concomitant with proteasome storage granule assembly during glucose starvation

DNA variants affecting the expression of numerous genes in trans have diverse mechanisms of action and evolutionary histories

A meta-analysis of genome-wide association studies of epigenetic age acceleration

Photodamage repair pathways contribute to the accurate maintenance of the DNA methylome landscape upon UV exposure

East-Asian Helicobacter pylori Strains Synthesize Heptan-deficient Lipopolysaccharide

Recruitment of the Ulp2 protease to the inner kinetochore prevents its hyper-sumoylation to ensure accurate chromosome segregation

Increased ultra-rare variant load in an isolated Scottish population impacts exonic and regulatory regions

The impact of genetic adaptation on chimpanzee subspecies differentiation

STK-12 acts as a transcriptional brake to control the expression of cellulase-encoding genes in Neurospora crassa

Sumoylation of the DNA polymerase epsilon by the Smc5/6 complex contributes to DNA replication

The S phase checkpoint promotes the Smc5/6 complex dependent SUMOylation of Pol2, the catalytic subunit of DNA polymerase epsilon

Availability of splicing factors in the nucleoplasm can regulate the release of mRNA from the gene after transcription

Correction

Correction: Wdr62 is involved in female meiotic initiation via activating JNK signaling and associated with POI in humans

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