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Mohr S., Leikauf G. D., Keith G., Rihn B. H.

Microarrays as cancer keys: an array of possibilities Journal Article

In: J Clin Oncol, vol. 20, no. 14, pp. 3165-75, 2002, (0732-183x Journal Article Review Review, Tutorial).

Abstract | BibTeX | Tags: (Genetics), *Gene, *Oligonucleotide, *Sequence, Aberrations, Analysis, Analysis/methods, Animals, Array, Chromosome, DNA/methods, Expression, Genotype, Gov't, Human, Mutation, Neoplasms/*genetics, Neoplastic, Oncogenes/*genetics, P.H.S., Polymorphism, Profiling/methods, Proteome/genetics, Regulation, Sequence, Support, U.S.


Friant S., Heyman T., Poch O., Wilhelm M., Wilhelm F. X.

Sequence comparison of the Ty1 and Ty2 elements of the yeast genome supports the structural model of the tRNAiMet-Ty1 RNA reverse transcription initiation complex Journal Article

In: Yeast, vol. 13, no. 7, pp. 639-45, 1997, (0749-503x Journal Article).

Abstract | BibTeX | Tags: *Sequence, Acid, Alignment, Amino, Analysis, Base, Data, DNA, Elements/*genetics, Fungal/genetics, Gov't, Met/*chemistry/*genetics, Molecular, Non-U.S., RNA, Sequence, structure, Support, Transfer, Transposable, Yeasts/*genetics