The entirety of an organism's hereditary information.

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DNA modifications other than 5-mC/5-hmC/5-fC/5-caC in vertebrate genomes?

Other than 5-Methylcytosine and the more recently discovered 5-Hydroxymethyl, 5-formil and 5-carboxylcytosine DNA modifications found in DNA sequences, what are other DNA modifications present in ...
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Examples of intracellular parasites of medical or economic importance?

What are examples of intracellular parasites of medical or economic importance? I have read that Xanthomonas oryzae is an intracellular parasite in rice that produces proteins able to cause changes in ...
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TFBS predictions for yeast and pombe?

Are there any resources out there for TFBS (transcription factor binding site) predictions for the yeast (S. cerevisiae) and S. pombe genomes? Even if these are only de novo predictions, I would like ...
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harvesting fertilized eggs from Tetraodontidae species?

I would like to know how easy/difficult it is to harvest fertilized eggs from Tetraodontidae species such as Tetraodon nigroviridis or Takifugu rubripes compared to zebrafish? Ultimately, I would like ...
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determining genome-wide exogenous binding of pathogens to host genome?

I've read this paper where they specifically modify a region in the rice genome to ablate the binding site of a pathogen, Xanthomonas oryzae, and disrupt the hijacking of a gene network in the rice ...
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Which organism has the smallest genome length?

Which animal/plant/anything has smallest length genome?
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Chicken Genome what are the LGE 'chromosomes'?

The chicken genome identifies two "LGE" sequences in the chicken genome. Are these distinct chromosomes or some highly variable sequence from the genome that is put in a separate sequence? I'm ...