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C.elegans tm3410 Evolutionarily conserved long-chain Acyl-CoA synthetases regulate membrane composition and fluidity.
Algae NIES-1868 Dinoflagellates with relic endosymbiont nuclei as models for elucidating organellogenesis.
DNA material Genomic DNA of Mouse M.MUS-NJL RBRC00207 (RDB06977) , Genomic DNA of Mouse STM1 RBRC00265 (RDB06981) , Genomic DNA of Mouse STM2 RBRC00266 (RDB06982) , Genomic DNA of Mouse Mol-KOR5/Stm RBRC00428 (RDB06983) , Genomic DNA of Mouse Mol-KOR7/Stm RBRC00429 (RDB06984) , Genomic DNA of Mouse Mol-AIZ/Stm RBRC00430 (RDB06985) , Genomic DNA of Mouse Mol-Mae/Stm RBRC00431 (RDB06986) , Genomic DNA of Mouse HMI/Ms RBRC00657 (RDB06989) , Genomic DNA of Mouse MYS/Mz RBRC01196 (RDB06993) , Genomic DNA of Mouse Akt/TUA RBRC01238 (RDB06994) , ... Xenotropic Mouse Gammaretroviruses Isolated from Pre-Leukemic Tissues Include a Recombinant.
Xenopus tropicalis Elucidating the functional evolution of heat sensors among Xenopus species adapted to different thermal niches by ancestral sequence reconstruction.
Algae NIES-4391 A common red algal origin of the apicomplexan, dinoflagellate, and heterokont plastids.
Algae NIES-4392 The Phaeodactylum genome reveals the evolutionary history of diatom genomes.
Algae NIES-4391 Evolution of chloroplast transcript processing in Plasmodium and its chromerid algal relatives.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int A Nearly Complete Genome of Ciona intestinalis Type A (C. robusta) Reveals the Contribution of Inversion to Chromosomal Evolution in the Genus Ciona.
Human and Animal Cells 293T(RCB2202) , HEp-2(RCB1889) , A172(RCB2530) Evolutionary and Functional Diversity of the 5' Untranslated Region of Enterovirus D68: Increased Activity of the Internal Ribosome Entry Site of Viral Strains during the 2010s.
Algae NIES-2880 , NIES-2887 Accelerated evolution associated with genome reduction in a free-living prokaryote.
Algae NIES-4325 A novel salt-tolerant genotype illuminates the sucrose gene evolution in freshwater bloom-forming cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa.
GBIF Bird specimens of Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum , Bird specimens of Takatsuki Nature Museum (Aquapia Akutagawa) , Bird specimens of Bihoro Museum , Bird specimens of Obihiro Centennial City Museum , Bird specimens of Natural History Museum, Kishiwada City , Bird specimens of Kushiro City Museum , Bird specimens of Kawasaki Municipal Science Museum , Bird specimens of Oiso Municipal Museum , Bird specimens of Toyota City Nature Sanctuary , Bird specimens of Ryukyu University Museum (Fujukan) Historical DNA as a tool to address key questions in avian biology and evolution: A review of methods, challenges, applications, and future directions.
Drosophila Multiple hybridization events between Drosophila simulans and Drosophila mauritiana are supported by mtDNA introgression.
Drosophila Pheromone evolution and sexual behavior in Drosophila are shaped by male sensory exploitation of other males.
Rice Wild Rice (48 Accessions) , O. barthii : 8 Accessions , O. glumaepatula : 9 Accessions , O. longistaminata : 7 Accessions , O. meridionalis : 6 Accessions , O. rufipogon : 18 Accessions Introgression of the chromosomal region with the Pi-cd locus from Oryza meridionalis into O. sativa L. during rice domestication.
Lotus / Glycine ミヤコグサDNA Function and evolution of a Lotus japonicus AP2/ERF family transcription factor that is required for development of infection threads.
Xenopus tropicalis Genome evolution in the allotetraploid frog Xenopus laevis.
Chicken / Quail The Staurotypus turtles and aves share the same origin of sex chromosomes but evolved different types of heterogametic sex determination.
Algae Principles of plastid reductive evolution illuminated by nonphotosynthetic chrysophytes.
Algae Fates of Evolutionarily Distinct, Plastid-type Glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate Dehydrogenase Genes in Kareniacean Dinoflagellates.