Large-scale ruthenium- and enzyme-catalyzed dynamic kinetic resolution of ( rac)-1-phenylethanol
Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 2007, 3:50 (20 December 2007)
Age-related subproteomic analysis of mouse liver and kidney peroxisomes
Proteome Science 2007, 5:19 (27 November 2007)
Calcyon mRNA expression in the frontal-striatal circuitry and its relationship to vesicular processes and ADHD
Behavioral and Brain Functions 2007, 3:33 (10 July 2007)
Primate brain architecture and selection in relation to sex
BMC Biology 2007, 5:20 (10 May 2007)
Primate brains are subject to selection according to sex, with male competition correlating with evolution of aggression and larger sensory-motor brain regions while female sociality correlates with the evolution of expanded socio-cognitive brain structures.
primetv: a viewer for reconciled trees
BMC Bioinformatics 2007, 8:148 (7 May 2007)
Did group II intron proliferation in an endosymbiont-bearing archaeon create eukaryotes?
Biology Direct 2006, 1:36 (7 December 2006)
Comprehensive analysis of the ATM, CHEK2 and ERBB2 genes in relation to breast tumour characteristics and survival: a population-based case-control and follow-up study
Breast Cancer Research 2006, 8:R67 (28 November 2006)
Alkaline fluid circulation in ultramafic rocks and formation of nucleotide constituents: a hypothesis
Geochemical Transactions 2006, 7:7 (25 July 2006)
Improved alignment quality by combining evolutionary information, predicted secondary structure and self-organizing maps
BMC Bioinformatics 2006, 7:357 (25 July 2006)
What properties characterize the hub proteins of the protein-protein interaction network of Saccharomyces cerevisiae?
Genome Biology 2006, 7:R45 (16 June 2006)
An analysis of hubs (proteins with many interactors) and non-hubs in the S. cerevisiae protein interaction network shows that hub proteins are enriched with multiple and repeated domains.
Advantages of doubly polished thin sections for the study of microfossils in volcanic rock
Geochemical Transactions 2006, 7:5 (30 May 2006)
Doubly polished thin sections, originally prepared for fluid inclusion studies, present great advantages in the study of microfossils in volcanic rocks. Better visibility and light conditions, variation in thickness of the thin sections and the possibility to combine fluid inclusion studies with microfossil studies lead to a wide range of advantages over ordinary thin sections.
Analysing ethnobotanical and fishery-related importance of mangroves of the East-Godavari Delta (Andhra Pradesh, India) for conservation and management purposes
Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2006, 2:24 (8 May 2006)
NovelFam3000 – Uncharacterized human protein domains conserved across model organisms
BMC Genomics 2006, 7:48 (13 March 2006)
Methodological study of affine transformations of gene expression data with proposed robust non-parametric multi-dimensional normalization method
BMC Bioinformatics 2006, 7:100 (1 March 2006)
Automatic discovery of cross-family sequence features associated with protein function
BMC Bioinformatics 2006, 7:16 (12 January 2006)
ProfNet, a method to derive profile-profile alignment scoring functions that improves the alignments of distantly related proteins
BMC Bioinformatics 2005, 6:253 (14 October 2005)
Analysis of Escherichia coli nicotinate mononucleotide adenylyltransferase mutants in vivo and in vitro
BMC Biochemistry 2005, 6:16 (9 September 2005)
A retrospective study of PBDEs and PCBs in human milk from the Faroe Islands
Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source 2005, 4:12 (14 July 2005)
Lowered stomata conductance promotes the oxidative burst, an essential factor in the promotion of programmed cell death
BMC Plant Biology 2005, 5(Suppl 1):S24 (31 May 2005)
A combined approach exploring gene function based on Worm-Human Orthology
BMC Genomics 2005, 6:65 (6 May 2005)
Negative density-distribution relationship in butterflies
BMC Biology 2005, 3:5 (1 March 2005)
A strong negative relationship exists between density and distribution in Finnish butterflies, an unexpected finding which may be due to the isolation of suitable habitat patches on the edge of the butterfly distribution range.
General practitioners' reasoning when considering the diagnosis heart failure: a think-aloud study
BMC Family Practice 2005, 6:4 (15 January 2005)
GPs' decisions on drug treatment for patients with high cholesterol values: A think-aloud study
BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2004, 4:23 (13 December 2004)
The role of guidelines and the patient's life-style in GPs' management of hypercholesterolaemia
BMC Family Practice 2004, 5:3 (9 March 2004)
These case vignettes reveal the logic in GP's departures from guidelines in treatment of hypercholesterolaemia, and suggest that guidelines need more, not less, detail.
Network analysis of metabolic enzyme evolution in Escherichia coli
BMC Bioinformatics 2004, 5:15 (18 February 2004)
Network analysis of metabolic enzymes in Escherichia coli indicates that that the patchwork evolution model, by which functional specialization follows gene duplication, is the main method of metabolic enzyme evolution.
Decreased inducibility of TNF expression in lipid-loaded macrophages
BMC Immunology 2002, 3:13 (6 October 2002)
Prediction of MHC class I binding peptides, using SVMHC
BMC Bioinformatics 2002, 3:25 (11 September 2002)
The salmon genome (and other issues in bioinformatics)
Genome Biology 2002, 3:reports4022-reports4022.4 (24 June 2002)
A report on the fourth annual conference of the Society for Bioinformatics in the Nordic Countries (SOCBIN), Bioinformatics 2002, Bergen, Norway, 4-7 April 2002.
Evolution enters the genomic era
Genome Biology 2001, 2:reports4026-reports4026.5 (12 October 2001)
A report on the 18th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB), Aarhus, Denmark, 20-25 August, 2001.
A study of quality measures for protein threading models
BMC Bioinformatics 2001, 2:5 (1 August 2001)
The Adaptive Evolution Database (TAED)
Genome Biology 2001, 2:research0028-research0028.6 (24 July 2001)
In the Adaptive Evolution Database (TAED), potential examples of positive adaptation are identified by high values for the normalized ratio of nonsynonymous to synonymous nucleotide substitution rates (K
A/K S values). Evolutionary trees and reconstructed ancestral sequences were extracted from the Master Catalog for every subtree containing proteins from the Chordata only or the Embryophyta only. An unexpectedly large number of families were found to have at least one branch with high K A/K S values. TAED is a raw resource for bioinformaticists interested in data mining and for experimental evolutionists seeking candidate examples of adaptive evolution for further experimental study.
The Adaptive Evolution Database (TAED)
Genome Biology 2001, 2:preprint0003-preprint0003.18 (9 March 2001)
The ratio of nonsynonymous to synonymous nucleotide substitution (Ka/Ks) has been estimated for each branch in the evolutionary trees of chordates and green plants. Branches with high Ka/Ks values represent candidate episodes where the protein may have undergone positive selection; these branches have been collected into a database called The Adaptive Evolution Database (TAED).
Different conformations of nascent polypeptides during translocation across the ER membrane
BMC Cell Biology 2000, 1:3 (19 December 2000)