The random versus fragile breakage models of chromosome evolution: a matter of resolution
Conserved synteny––the sharing of at least one orthologous gene by a pair of chromosomes from two species––can, in the strictest sense, be viewed as sequence conservation between chromosomes of two related species, irrespective of whether coding or non-coding sequence is examined. The recent sequenc...
|Published in:||Molecular Genetics and Genomics, Vol. 278, No. 5 (2007), p. 487-491|
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|Item Description:||Communicated by Y. Van de Peer.|
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