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  1. [Jack william szostak.]

    Hereditas (Beijing) 31(11):1065 (2009) PMID 19933085

  2. Homologous simple sequence repeats (SSRs) analysis in tetraploid (AD1) and diploid (A2, D5) genomes of Gossypium.

    Hereditas (Beijing) 37(2):192 (2015) PMID 25665646

    Simple sequence repeats (SSRs)are a class of repetitive DNA sequences, which are commonly used for genome analysis. Comparison of the homologous SSRs among different genomes is helpful to understand the evolutionary process in relative species. In this study, SSR scanning was performed to investigat...
  3. Advances on molecular mechanism of the adaptive evolution of Chiroptera (bats).

    Hereditas (Beijing) 37(1):25 (2015) PMID 25608810

    We summarize the researches on the molecular mechanism of the adaptive evolution of Chiroptera, especially the recent researches at the genome levels, suggesting a far more complex evolutionary pattern and functional diversity than previously thought. In the future, along with the increasing numbers...
  4. Correlation between FUT4 expression and its promoter methylation in HaCaT cells.

    Hereditas (Beijing) 37(1):48 (2015) PMID 25608813

    These results suggest that the lower expression of FUT4 in HaCaT cells may be correlated with the methylation of CpG island in FUT4 promoter....
  5. [Structure and function of the 22nd subfamily in Arabidopsis R2R3-MYB family].

    Hereditas (Beijing) 36(10):985 (2014) PMID 25406246

    We summarize these 4 genes of the 22nd subfamily from three aspects, including the similarity of gene function, consistency of gene expression and conservation of the genetic structure. Then we discuss the redundancy and diversity about gene structure and function of these 4 genes....
  6. [The molecular evolution of rice stress-related genes].

    Hereditas (Beijing) 36(10):1027 (2014) PMID 25406251

    We derived a family of 22 stress-related genes in rice from Plant Stress Gene Database, and analyzed it by bioinformatics and comparative genome method. The results showed that these genes are relatively conservative in low organisms, and their copy numbers increase along with the environmental chan...
  7. [Regulation of pollen tube growth by reversible protein phosphorylation].

    Hereditas (Beijing) 36(8):766 (2014) PMID 25143274

    We present an overview of the functions of protein reversible phosphorylation in the aforementioned processes during the pollen tube tip-growth....
  8. [The selection of 30 ancestry informative markers and its application in ancestry inference].

    Hereditas (Beijing) 36(8):779 (2014) PMID 25143275

    We selected 30 AIMs from 282 SNPs screened from 30 phenotype-related genes based on the genotyping data of 658 samples from nine populations in the HapMap database. Then,a multiplex assay was developed based on micro-sequencing general chip technologies, and a population allele frequency database wa...
  9. [Undergraduate teaching in life science exemplified by mycobacteriophages].

    Hereditas (Beijing) 36(8):842 (2014) PMID 25143283

    We present our practice in translating the mycobacteriophage research achievements into undergraduate teaching experience during the last five years....
  10. Regulation mechanism and research progress of MeCP2 in Rett syndrome.

    Hereditas (Beijing) 36(7):625 (2014) PMID 25076025

    We summarize both the MECP2 gene and MeCP2 protein, with highlight upon their structures, functions and more importantly their regulatory mechanisms at the molecular level so as to elucidate the mechanisms underlying the pathogenesis of RTT....