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Phenotypes from ancient DNA: Approaches, insights and prospects.
The great majority of phenotypic characteristics are complex traits, complicating the identification of the genes underlying their expression. However, both methodological and theoretical progress in genome-wide association studies have resulted in a much better understanding of the underlying genet...
Initiation of clathrin-mediated endocytosis: all you need is two?
Clathrin-mediated endocytosis is a major route for the retrieval of plasma-membrane cargoes, and defects of this process can cause catastrophic human dysfunctions. However, the processes governing how a clathrin-coated profile (ccp) is initiated are still murky. Despite an ever-growing cast of molec...
From deep sequencing to viral tagging: recent advances in viral metagenomics.
Culture-independent high-throughput sequencing has provided unprecedented insights into microbial ecology, particularly for Earth's most ubiquitous and diverse inhabitants - the viruses. A plethora of methods now exist for amplifying the vanishingly small amounts of nucleic acids in natural viral co...
Modular genetic control of innate behaviors.
I suggest that genetic control of complex behaviors is modular: first, dedicated genes specify different behavioral patterns; secondly, separable genetic networks govern distinct behavioral components. I speculate that modular genetic encoding of complex behaviors may in part reflect modularity in b...
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Rethinking origins of multicellularity: convergent evolution of epithelia in plants.
The future of the h-index: can bending an already non-linear metric work?
Organelle size control systems: from cell geometry to organelle-directed medicine.