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Comparative genomics of the family Vibrionaceae reveals the wide distribution of genes encoding virulence-associated proteins.Academic Article Why?
Genomics in space life sciences.Academic Article Why?
The International Conference on Intelligent Biology and Medicine (ICIBM) 2016: summary and innovation in genomics.Academic Article Why?
Applications of machine learning in genomics and systems biology.Academic Article Why?
Frontiers in Integrative Genomics and Translational Bioinformatics.Academic Article Why?
A comparative genomics, network-based approach to understanding virulence in Vibrio cholerae.Academic Article Why?
A state-based approach to genomics for rare disease and population screening.Academic Article Why?
Behavioral and social scientists' reflections on genomics: a systematic evaluation within the Society of Behavioral Medicine.Academic Article Why?
Beyond genomics: interpreting the 93% of the human genome that does not encode proteins.Academic Article Why?
Comparative genomics explains the evolutionary success of reef-forming corals.Academic Article Why?
Current needs for human and medical genomics research infrastructure in low and middle income countries.Academic Article Why?
Development of 5006 full-length CDNAs in barley: a tool for accessing cereal genomics resources.Academic Article Why?
EHEC Genomics: Past, Present, and Future.Academic Article Why?
Evolutionary genomics of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato: findings, hypotheses, and the rise of hybrids.Academic Article Why?
Genomics-First Evaluation of Heart Disease Associated With Titin-Truncating Variants.Academic Article Why?
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