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2008
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Multi-Break Rearrangements and Breakpoint Re-Uses: From Circular to Linear Genomes
Multi-break rearrangements break a genome into multiple fragments and further glue them together in a new order. While 2-break rearrangements represent standard reversals, fusions...
Max A. Alekseyev
RECOMB
2003
Springer
10 years 7 months ago
Transforming men into mice: the Nadeau-Taylor chromosomal breakage model revisited
Although analysis of genome rearrangements was pioneered by Dobzhansky and Sturtevant 65 years ago, we still know very little about the rearrangement events that produced the exis...
Pavel A. Pevzner, Glenn Tesler
RECOMB
2007
Springer
10 years 7 months ago
Rearrangements in Genomes with Centromeres Part I: Translocations
A centromere is a special region in the chromosome that plays a vital role during cell division. Every new chromosome created by a genome rearrangement event must have a centromere...
Michal Ozery-Flato, Ron Shamir
RECOMB
2004
Springer
10 years 7 months ago
Chromosomal breakpoint re-use in the inference of genome sequence rearrangement
In order to apply gene-order rearrangement algorithms to the comparison of genome sequences, Pevzner and Tesler [9] bypass gene finding and ortholog identification, and use the or...
David Sankoff, Phil Trinh
RECOMB
2006
Springer
10 years 7 months ago
Sorting by Weighted Reversals, Transpositions, and Inverted Transpositions
Abstract. During evolution, genomes are subject to genome rearrangements that alter the ordering and orientation of genes on the chromosomes. If a genome consists of a single chrom...
Martin Bader, Enno Ohlebusch
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