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Science (American Association for the Advancement of Science), ISSN 1095-9203, 2000, Volume 287, Issue 5461, pp. 2204 - 2215
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Science (American Association for the Advancement of Science), ISSN 1095-9203, 2010, Volume 328, Issue 5981, pp. 994 - 999
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by Nene, V and Wortman, J. R and Lawson, D and Haas, B and Kodira, C and Tu, Z and Loftus, B and Xi, Z and Megy, K and Grabherr, M and Ren, Q and Zdobnov, E. M and Lobo, N. F and Campbell, K. S and Brown, S. E and Bonaldo, M. F and Zhu, J and Sinkins, S. P and Hogenkamp, D. G and Amedeo, P and Arensburger, P and Atkinson, P. W and Bidwell, S and Biedler, J and Birney, E and Bruggner, R. V and Costas, J and Coy, M. R and Crabtree, J and Crawford, M and deBruyn, B and DeCaprio, D and Eiglmeier, K and Eisenstadt, E and El-Dorry, H and Gelbart, W. M and Gomes, S. L and Hammond, M and Hannick, L. I and Hogan, J. R and Holmes, M. H and Jaffe, D and Johnston, J. S and Kennedy, R. C and Koo, H and Kravitz, S and Kriventseva, E. V and Kulp, D and LaButti, K and Lee, E and Li, S and Lovin, D. D and Mao, C and Mauceli, E and Menck, C. F. M and Miller, J. R and Montgomery, P and Mori, A and Nascimento, A. L and Naveira, H. F and Nusbaum, C and O'Leary, S and Orvis, J and Pertea, M and Quesneville, H and Reidenbach, K. R and Rogers, Y.-H and Roth, C. W and Schneider, J. R and Schatz, M and Shumway, M and Stanke, M and Stinson, E. O and Tubio, J. M. C and VanZee, J. P and Verjovski-Almeida, S and Werner, D and White, O and Wyder, S and Zeng, Q and Zhao, Q and Zhao, Y and Hill, C. A and Raikhel, A. S and Soares, M. B and Knudson, D. L and Lee, N. H and Galagan, J and Salzberg, S. L and Paulsen, I. T and Dimopoulos, G and Collins, F. H and Birren, B and Fraser-Liggett, C. M and Severson, D. W
Science (American Association for the Advancement of Science), ISSN 1095-9203, 2007, Volume 316, Issue 5832, pp. 1718 - 1723
We present a draft sequence of the genome of Aedes aegypti, the primary vector for yellow fever and dengue fever, which at ∼1376 million base pairs is about 5... 
Transposons | Genetic vectors | Introns | Genes | DNA | Genomes | Insect vectors | Chromosomes | Insect genetics | Mosquitos | Research Article | ORGANIZATION | EVOLUTION | YELLOW-FEVER MOSQUITO | DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | SUPERFAMILY | INSECTS | ANOPHELES-GAMBIAE | RECEPTORS | EXPRESSION | TRANSPOSONS | Anopheles - metabolism | Multigene Family | Species Specificity | Anopheles - genetics | Humans | Synteny | Molecular Sequence Data | Male | Drosophila melanogaster - genetics | Insect Vectors - metabolism | Yellow Fever - transmission | Aedes - metabolism | Sex Determination Processes | Membrane Transport Proteins - genetics | Base Sequence | Female | Transcription, Genetic | Genome, Insect | Genes, Insect | Yellow Fever - prevention & control | Insect Proteins - genetics | Arboviruses | Protein Structure, Tertiary - genetics | Sex Characteristics | Aedes - genetics | Sequence Analysis, DNA | DNA Transposable Elements | Dengue - prevention & control | Animals | Insect Vectors - genetics | Dengue - transmission | Physiological aspects | Aedes albopictus | Genetic aspects | Health aspects | Aedes | Comparative studies | Viruses | Disease transmission | Insects | Epidemiology | Genomics | Life Sciences | Anopheles gambiae | Protein Structure, Tertiary | Insect Vectors | Dengue | Biochemistry, Molecular Biology | Sex Determination (Genetics) | Membrane Transport Proteins | Yellow Fever | Drosophila melanogaster | Insect Proteins
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by de Vries, Ronald P and Riley, Robert and Wiebenga, Ad and Aguilar-Osorio, Guillermo and Amillis, Sotiris and Uchima, Cristiane Akemi and Anderluh, Gregor and Asadollahi, Mojtaba and Askin, Marion and Barry, Kerrie and Battaglia, Evy and Bayram, Özgür and Benocci, Tiziano and Braus-Stromeyer, Susanna A and Caldana, Camila and Cánovas, David and Cerqueira, Gustavo C and Chen, Fusheng and Chen, Wanping and Choi, Cindy and Clum, Alicia and dos Santos, Renato Augusto Corrêa and Damásio, André Ricardo de Lima and Diallinas, George and Emri, Tamás and Fekete, Erzsébet and Flipphi, Michel and Freyberg, Susanne and Gallo, Antonia and Gournas, Christos and Habgood, Rob and Hainaut, Matthieu and Harispe, María Laura and Henrissat, Bernard and Hildén, Kristiina S and Hope, Ryan and Hossain, Abeer and Karabika, Eugenia and Karaffa, Levente and Karányi, Zsolt and Kraševec, Nada and Kuo, Alan and Kusch, Harald and LaButti, Kurt and Lagendijk, Ellen L and Lapidus, Alla and Levasseur, Anthony and Lindquist, Erika and Lipzen, Anna and Logrieco, Antonio F and MacCabe, Andrew and Mäkelä, Miia R and Malavazi, Iran and Melin, Petter and Meyer, Vera and Mielnichuk, Natalia and Miskei, Márton and Molnár, Ákos P and Mulé, Giuseppina and Ngan, Chew Yee and Orejas, Margarita and Orosz, Erzsébet and Ouedraogo, Jean Paul and Overkamp, Karin M and Park, Hee-Soo and Perrone, Giancarlo and Piumi, Francois and Punt, Peter J and Ram, Arthur F. J and Ramón, Ana and Rauscher, Stefan and Record, Eric and Riaño-Pachón, Diego Mauricio and Robert, Vincent and Röhrig, Julian and Ruller, Roberto and Salamov, Asaf and Salih, Nadhira S and Samson, Rob A and Sándor, Erzsébet and Sanguinetti, Manuel and Schütze, Tabea and Sepčić, Kristina and Shelest, Ekaterina and Sherlock, Gavin and Sophianopoulou, Vicky and Squina, Fabio M and Sun, Hui and Susca, Antonia and Todd, Richard B and Tsang, Adrian and Unkles, Shiela E and van de Wiele, Nathalie and van Rossen-Uffink, Diana and Oliveira, Juliana Velasco de Castro and Vesth, Tammi C and Visser, Jaap and Yu, Jae-Hyuk and Zhou, Miaomiao and Andersen, Mikael R and ...
Genome biology, ISSN 1474-760X, 2017, Volume 18, Issue 1, p. 28
Background: The fungal genus Aspergillus is of critical importance to humankind. Species include those with industrial applications, important pathogens of... 
Comparative genomics | Aspergillus | Genome sequencing | Fungal biology | CYTOSINE METHYLTRANSFERASE HOMOLOG | BIOSYNTHETIC-PATHWAY | FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION | MATING-TYPE | SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE | G-PROTEIN | AMINO-ACID TRANSPORTER | TRANSPORTER NAT FAMILY | GLUCOSE-TRANSPORTER | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | GENETICS & HEREDITY | NITRIC-OXIDE | Aspergillus - classification | Multigene Family | Humans | Adaptation, Biological | Cytochrome P-450 Enzyme System - metabolism | Plants - microbiology | Biomass | Phylogeny | Biodiversity | Gene Regulatory Networks | DNA Methylation | Genome, Fungal | Aspergillus - genetics | Genomics - methods | Gene Expression Regulation, Fungal | Carbon - metabolism | Computational Biology - methods | Oxidoreductases - metabolism | Secondary Metabolism - genetics | Signal Transduction | Stress, Physiological - genetics | Molecular Sequence Annotation | Fungal Proteins - genetics | Aspergillus - metabolism | Plants - metabolism | Metabolic Networks and Pathways | Cytochrome P-450 Enzyme System - genetics | Adaptations | Biodegradation | Phenotypes | Genomics | Food contamination | Industrial applications | Genomes | Acid production | Fungi | Signal transduction | Specialization | Transduction | Stress response | Species | Life Sciences | Human health and pathology | Infectious diseases
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by Yilmaz, Pelin and Kottmann, Renzo and Field, Dawn and Knight, Rob and Cole, James R and Amaral-Zettler, Linda and Gilbert, Jack A and Karsch-Mizrachi, Ilene and Johnston, Anjanette and Cochrane, Guy and Vaughan, Robert and Hunter, Christopher and Park, Joonhong and Morrison, Norman and Rocca-Serra, Philippe and Sterk, Peter and Arumugam, Manimozhiyan and Bailey, Mark and Baumgartner, Laura and Birren, Bruce W and Blaser, Martin J and Bonazzi, Vivien and Booth, Tim and Bork, Peer and Bushman, Frederic D and Buttigieg, Pier Luigi and Chain, Patrick S G and Charlson, Emily and Costello, Elizabeth K and Huot-Creasy, Heather and Dawyndt, Peter and DeSantis, Todd and Fierer, Noah and Fuhrman, Jed A and Gallery, Rachel E and Gevers, Dirk and Gibbs, Richard A and Gil, Inigo San and Gonzalez, Antonio and Gordon, Jeffrey I and Guralnick, Robert and Hankeln, Wolfgang and Highlander, Sarah and Hugenholtz, Philip and Jansson, Janet and Kau, Andrew L and Kelley, Scott T and Kennedy, Jerry and Knights, Dan and Koren, Omry and Kuczynski, Justin and Kyrpides, Nikos and Larsen, Robert and Lauber, Christian L and Legg, Teresa and Ley, Ruth E and Lozupone, Catherine A and Ludwig, Wolfgang and Lyons, Donna and Maguire, Eamonn and Methé, Barbara A and Meyer, Folker and Muegge, Brian and Nakielny, Sara and Nelson, Karen E and Nemergut, Diana and Neufeld, Josh D and Newbold, Lindsay K and Oliver, Anna E and Pace, Norman R and Palanisamy, Giriprakash and Peplies, Jörg and Petrosino, Joseph and Proctor, Lita and Pruesse, Elmar and Quast, Christian and Raes, Jeroen and Ratnasingham, Sujeevan and Ravel, Jacques and Relman, David A and Assunta-Sansone, Susanna and Schloss, Patrick D and Schriml, Lynn and Sinha, Rohini and Smith, Michelle I and Sodergren, Erica and Spor, Aymé and Stombaugh, Jesse and Tiedje, James M and Ward, Doyle V and Weinstock, George M and Wendel, Doug and White, Owen and Whiteley, Andrew and Wilke, Andreas and Wortman, Jennifer R and Yatsunenko, Tanya and Glöckner, Frank Oliver and Argonne National Lab. (ANL), Argonne, IL (United States)
Nature biotechnology, ISSN 1546-1696, 2011, Volume 29, Issue 5, pp. 415 - 420
Journal Article
by Harris, Midori A and Deegan, Jennifer I and Ireland, Amelia and Lomax, Jane and Ashburner, Michael and Tweedie, Susan and Carbon, Seth and Lewis, Suzanna and Mungall, Chris and Day-Richter, John and Eilbeck, Karen and Blake, Judith A and Bult, Carol and Diehl, Alexander D and Dolan, Mary and Drabkin, Harold and Eppig, Janan T and Hill, David P and Ni, Li and Ringwald, Martin and Balakrishnan, Rama and Binkley, Gail and Cherry, J. Michael and Christie, Karen R and Costanzo, Maria C and Dong, Qing and Engel, Stacia R and Fisk, Dianna G and Hirschman, Jodi E and Hitz, Benjamin C and Hong, Eurie L and Krieger, Cynthia J and Miyasato, Stuart R and Nash, Robert S and Park, Julie and Skrzypek, Marek S and Weng, Shuai and Wong, Edith D and Zhu, Kathy K and Botstein, David and Dolinski, Kara and Livstone, Michael S and Oughtred, Rose and Berardini, Tanya and Li, Donghui and Rhee, Seung Y and Apweiler, Rolf and Barrell, Daniel and Camon, Evelyn and Dimmer, Emily and Huntley, Rachael and Mulder, Nicola and Khodiyar, Varsha K and Lovering, Ruth C and Povey, Sue and Chisholm, Rex and Fey, Petra and Gaudet, Pascale and Kibbe, Warren and Kishore, Ranjana and Schwarz, Erich M and Sternberg, Paul and Van Auken, Kimberly and Giglio, Michelle Gwinn and Hannick, Linda and Wortman, Jennifer and Aslett, Martin and Berriman, Matthew and Wood, Valerie and Jacob, Howard and Laulederkind, Stan and Petri, Victoria and Shimoyama, Mary and Smith, Jennifer and Twigger, Simon and Jaiswal, Pankaj and Seigfried, Trent and Howe, Doug and Westerfield, Monte and Collmer, Candace and Torto-Alalibo, Trudy and Feltrin, Erika and Valle, Giorgio and Bromberg, Susan and Burgess, Shane and McCarthy, Fiona and The Gene Ontology Consortium and Gene Ontology Consortium
Nucleic acids research, ISSN 1362-4962, 2008, Volume 36, Issue suppl_1, pp. D440 - D444
The Gene Ontology (GO) project (http://www.geneontology.org/) provides a set of structured, controlled vocabularies for community use in annotating genes, gene... 
BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | SEQUENCE ONTOLOGY | User-Computer Interface | Databases, Genetic - standards | Animals | Vocabulary, Controlled | Genomics | Humans | Rats | Mice | Internet | Sequence Analysis
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PLoS genetics, ISSN 1553-7404, 2008, Volume 4, Issue 4, p. e1000046
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