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Nature (London), ISSN 1476-4687, 11/2018, Volume 563, Issue 7732, pp. 501 - 507
Female Aedes aegypti mosquitoes infect more than 400 million people each year with dangerous viral pathogens including dengue, yellow fever, Zika and... 
Science & Technology - Other Topics | Multidisciplinary Sciences | Science & Technology | Mosquito Vectors - genetics | Multigene Family - genetics | Genetics, Population | Arboviruses - isolation & purification | Arbovirus Infections - virology | Sex Determination Processes - genetics | Molecular Sequence Annotation | Genome, Insect - genetics | Genomics - standards | Male | Arbovirus Infections - transmission | DNA Copy Number Variations - genetics | Mosquito Vectors - virology | Pyrethrins - pharmacology | Aedes - genetics | Reference Standards | Aedes - virology | Animals | Glutathione Transferase - genetics | Insect Control | Female | Insecticide Resistance - drug effects | Dengue Virus - isolation & purification | Genetic Variation - genetics | Vector control | Copy number variations | Glutathione transferase | Analysis | Genotype | Genetic aspects | Methods | Haplotypes | Flow cytometry | Genomics | Genes | Viral diseases | Insecticides | Genomes | Biology | Chemoreception | Aquatic insects | Tropical diseases | Receptors | Insecticide resistance | Annotations | Egg laying | Pesticide resistance | Bioinformatics | Chromosomes | Assembly | Yellow fever | Vector-borne diseases | Dengue | Dengue fever | Quantitative trait loci | Mosquitoes | Ion channels (ligand-gated) | Gene mapping | Index Medicus | Life Sciences | Symbiosis | Microbiology and Parasitology | Biochemistry, Molecular Biology | Genetics | Ecology, environment | Virology
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Nature reviews. Genetics, ISSN 1471-0064, 06/2007, Volume 8, Issue 7, pp. 518 - 532
Since its establishment as a model organism, Caenorhabditis elegans has been an invaluable tool for biological research. An immense spectrum of questions can... 
Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Genetics & Heredity | Science & Technology | Animals | Caenorhabditis elegans - genetics | Genomics | Genes, Helminth | Proteomics | Information Systems | Models, Animal | Internet | Research | Medical Illustration | Databases as Topic | Physiological aspects | Caenorhabditis elegans | Control | Genetic aspects | Cellular signal transduction | Index Medicus
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by Djebali, Sarah and Davis, Carrie A and Merkel, Angelika and Dobin, Alex and Lassmann, Timo and Mortazavi, Ali and Tanzer, Andrea and Lagarde, Julien and Lin, Wei and Schlesinger, Felix and Xue, Chenghai and Marinov, Georgi K and Khatun, Jainab and Williams, Brian A and Zaleski, Chris and Rozowsky, Joel and Röder, Maik and Kokocinski, Felix and Abdelhamid, Rehab F and Alioto, Tyler and Antoshechkin, Igor and Baer, Michael T and Bar, Nadav S and Batut, Philippe and Bell, Kimberly and Bell, Ian and Chakrabortty, Sudipto and Chen, Xian and Chrast, Jacqueline and Curado, Joao and Derrien, Thomas and Drenkow, Jorg and Dumais, Erica and Dumais, Jacqueline and Duttagupta, Radha and Falconnet, Emilie and Fastuca, Meagan and Fejes-Toth, Kata and Ferreira, Pedro and Foissac, Sylvain and Fullwood, Melissa J and Gao, Hui and Gonzalez, David and Gordon, Assaf and Gunawardena, Harsha and Howald, Cedric and Jha, Sonali and Johnson, Rory and Kapranov, Philipp and King, Brandon and Kingswood, Colin and Luo, Oscar J and Park, Eddie and Persaud, Kimberly and Preall, Jonathan B and Ribeca, Paolo and Risk, Brian and Robyr, Daniel and Sammeth, Michael and Schaffer, Lorian and See, Lei-Hoon and Shahab, Atif and Skancke, Jorgen and Suzuki, Ana Maria and Takahashi, Hazuki and Tilgner, Hagen and Trout, Diane and Walters, Nathalie and Wang, Huaien and Wrobel, John and Yu, Yanbao and Ruan, Xiaoan and Hayashizaki, Yoshihide and Harrow, Jennifer and Gerstein, Mark and Hubbard, Tim and Reymond, Alexandre and Antonarakis, Stylianos E and Hannon, Gregory and Giddings, Morgan C and Ruan, Yijun and Wold, Barbara and Carninci, Piero and Guigó, Roderic and Gingeras, Thomas R
Nature (London), ISSN 1476-4687, 09/2012, Volume 489, Issue 7414, pp. 101 - 108
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by Yue, Feng and Cheng, Yong and Breschi, Alessandra and Vierstra, Jeff and Wu, Weisheng and Ryba, Tyrone and Sandstrom, Richard and Ma, Zhihai and Davis, Carrie and Pope, Benjamin D and Shen, Yin and Pervouchine, Dmitri D and Djebali, Sarah and Thurman, Robert E and Kaul, Rajinder and Rynes, Eric and Kirilusha, Anthony and Marinov, Georgi K and Williams, Brian A and Trout, Diane and Amrhein, Henry and Fisher-Aylor, Katherine and Antoshechkin, Igor and DeSalvo, Gilberto and See, Lei-Hoon and Fastuca, Meagan and Drenkow, Jorg and Zaleski, Chris and Dobin, Alex and Prieto, Pablo and Lagarde, Julien and Bussotti, Giovanni and Tanzer, Andrea and Denas, Olgert and Li, Kanwei and Bender, M. A and Zhang, Miaohua and Byron, Rachel and Groudine, Mark T and McCleary, David and Pham, Long and Ye, Zhen and Kuan, Samantha and Edsall, Lee and Wu, Yi-Chieh and Rasmussen, Matthew D and Bansal, Mukul S and Kellis, Manolis and Keller, Cheryl A and Morrissey, Christapher S and Mishra, Tejaswini and Jain, Deepti and Dogan, Nergiz and Harris, Robert S and Cayting, Philip and Kawli, Trupti and Boyle, Alan P and Euskirchen, Ghia and Kundaje, Anshul and Lin, Shin and Lin, Yiing and Jansen, Camden and Malladi, Venkat S and Cline, Melissa S and Erickson, Drew T and Kirkup, Vanessa M and Learned, Katrina and Sloan, Cricket A and Rosenbloom, Kate R and Lacerda de Sousa, Beatriz and Beal, Kathryn and Pignatelli, Miguel and Flicek, Paul and Lian, Jin and Kahveci, Tamer and Lee, Dongwon and James Kent, W and Ramalho Santos, Miguel and Herrero, Javier and Notredame, Cedric and Johnson, Audra and Vong, Shinny and Lee, Kristen and Bates, Daniel and Neri, Fidencio and Diegel, Morgan and Canfield, Theresa and Sabo, Peter J and Wilken, Matthew S and Reh, Thomas A and Giste, Erika and Shafer, Anthony and Kutyavin, Tanya and Haugen, Eric and Dunn, Douglas and Reynolds, Alex P and Neph, Shane and Humbert, Richard and Scott Hansen, R and De Bruijn, Marella and ... and The Mouse ENCODE Consortium and Mouse ENCODE Consortium
Nature (London), ISSN 1476-4687, 11/2014, Volume 515, Issue 7527, pp. 355 - 364
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Nucleic acids research, ISSN 0305-1048, 02/2013, Volume 41, Issue 4, pp. 2769 - 2778
Zinc-finger nucleases (ZFNs) and TAL effector nucleases (TALENs) have been shown to induce targeted mutations, but they have not been extensively tested in any... 
Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology | Science & Technology | Zinc Fingers | Animals | Mutagenesis | CpG Islands | Germ-Line Mutation | Mutation | Zebrafish - embryology | Deoxyribonucleases - metabolism | INDEL Mutation | Zebrafish - genetics | Index Medicus | Synthetic Biology and Chemistry
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