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The domestic dog offers a unique opportunity to explore the genetic basis of disease, morphology and behaviour. Humans share many diseases with our canine companions, making dogs an ideal model organism for comparative disease genetics. Using newly d...
Ollier, William;Vaysse, Amaury;Ratnakumar, Abhirami;Derrien, Thomas;Axelsson, Erik;Pielberg, Gerli Rosengren;Sigurdsson, Snaevar;Fall, Tove;Seppälä, Eija H.;Hansen, Mark S T;Lawley, Cindy T.;Karlsson, Elinor K.;Bannasch, Danika;Vilà, Carles;Lohi, Hannes;Galibert, Francis;Fredholm, Merete;Häggström, Jens;Hedhammar, Åke;André, Catherine;Lindblad-Toh, Kerstin;Hitte, Christophe;Webster, Matthew T.;Hedhammar, Ake;Battaille, Géraldine;Clercx, Cécile;Druet, Tom;Farnir, Frédéric;Faust, Nathalie;Georges, Michel;Lequarre, Anne Sophie;Merveille, Anne Christine;Momozawa, Yukihide;Pamplona, Marilou Ramos;Peeters, Dominique;Ahlgren, Kerstin;Andersson, Leif;Arendt, Maja;Barrio, Álvaro Martínez;Carlborg, Örjan;Johansson, Cecilia;Kämpe, Olle;Meadows, Jennifer;Tengvall, Katarina;Andersson, Göran;Björnerfeldt, Susanne;Gustafsson, Susanne;Hansson, Jeanette;Höglund, Katja;Kierczak, Marcin;Ljungvall, Ingrid;Melin, Malin;Sundberg, Katarina;Kennedy, Lorna;Massey, Jonathan;Rothwell, Simon;Ahonen, Saija;Hytönen, Marjo;Kyöstilä, Kaisa;Nevalainen, Elisa;Madsen, Majbritt Busk;Mogensen, Mette Sloth;Courtay-Cahen, Celine;Mellersh, Cathryn;Starkey, Mike;Dahlgren, Stina;Lingaas, Frode;Storengen, Linn Mari;Wiik, Caroline;Boerkamp, Kim;Fieten, Hille;Leegwater, Peter;Rutteman, Gerard;Van Steenbeek, Frank;Leeb, Tosso;Owczarek-Lipska, Marta;Aguirre-Hernandez, Jesus;Sargan, David;Thomas, Anne;Chetboul, Valérie;Gouni, Vassiliki;Tiret, Laurent;Catchpole, Brian;Hendricks, Anke;Bonastre, Armand Sánchez;Quilez, Javier;Callanan, Sean;Nolan, Catherine;Dukes-McEwan, Joanna;Copeland-Stephenson, Hannah;Favrot, Claude;Wess, Gerhard;Wolf, Johanna;Millar, Kate;Boland, Anne;Lathrop, Mark;Zelenika, Diana;Quinnell, Rupert J;Philipp, Ute
The extraordinary phenotypic diversity of dog breeds has been sculpted by a unique population history accompanied by selection for novel and desirable traits. Here we perform a comprehensive analysis using multiple test statistics to identify regions...
Hillier, Ladeana W.;Miller, Webb;Birney, Ewan;Warren, Wesley;Hardison, Ross C.;Ponting, Chris P.;Bork, Peer;Burt, David W.;Groenen, Martien A M;Delany, Mary E.;Dodgson, Jerry B.;Chinwalla, Asif T.;Cliften, Paul F.;Clifton, Sandra W.;Delehaunty, Kimberly D.;Fronick, Catrina;Fulton, Robert S.;Graves, Tina A.;Kremitzki, Colin;Layman, Dan;Magrini, Vincent;McPherson, John D.;Miner , Tracie L.;Nash, William E.;Nhan, Michael N.;Nelson, Joanne O.;Oddy, Lachlan G.;Pohl, Craig S.;Randall-Maher, Jennifer;Smith, Scott M.;Wallis, John W.;Yang, Shiaw Pyng;Romanov, Michael N.;Rondelli, Catherine M.;Paton, Bob;Smith, Jacqueline;Morrice, David;Daniels, Laura;Tempest, Helen G.;Robertson, Lindsay;Masabanda, Julio S.;Griffin, Darren K.;Vignal, Alain;Fillon, Valerie;Jacobbson, Lina;Kerje, Susanne;Andersson, Leif;Crooijmans, Richard P. M.;Aerts, Jan;Van Der Poel, Jan J.;Ellegren, Hans;Caldwell, Randolph B.;Hubbard, Simon J.;Grafham, Darren V.;Kierzek, Andrzej M.;McLaren, Stuart R.;Overton, Ian M.;Arakawa, Hiroshi;Beattie, Kevin J.;Bezzubov, Yuri;Boardman, Paul E.;Bonfield, James K.;Croning, Michael D R;Davies, Robert M.;Francis, Matthew D.;Humphray, Sean J.;Scott, Carol E.;Taylor, Ruth G.;Tickle, Cheryll;Brown, William R A;Rogers, Jane;Buerstedde, Jean Marie;Wilson, Stuart A.;Stubbs, Lisa;Ovcharenko, Ivan;Gordon, Laurie;Lucas, Susan;Miller, Marcia M.;Inoko, Hidetoshi;Shiina, Takashi;Kaufman, Jim;Salomonsen, Jan;Skjoedt, Karsten;Wong, Gane Ka Shu;Wang, Jun;Liu, Bin;Wang, Jian;Yu, Jun;Yang, Huanming;Nefedov, Mikhail;Koriabine, Maxim;DeJong, Pieter J.;Goodstadt, Leo;Webber, Caleb;Dickens, Nicholas J.;Letunic, Ivica;Suyama, Mikita;Torrents, David;Von Mering, Christian;Zdobnov, Evgeny M.;Makova, Kateryna;Nekrutenko, Anton;Elnitski, Laura;Eswara, Pallavi;King, David C.;Yang, Shan;Tyekucheva, Svitlana;Radakrishnan, Anusha;Harris, Robert S.;Chiaromonte, Francesca;Taylor, James;He, Jianbin;Rijnkels, Monique;Griffiths-Jones, Sam;Ureta-Vidal, Abel;Hoffman, Michael M.;Severin, Jessica;Searle, Stephen M J;Law, Andy S.;Speed, David;Waddington, Dave;Cheng, Ze;Tuzun, Eray;Eichler, Evan;Bao, Zhirong;Flicek, Paul;Shteynberg, David D.;Brent, Michael R.;Bye, Jacqueline M.;Huckle, Elizabeth J.;Chatterji, Sourav;Dewey, Colin;Pachter, Lior;Kouranov, Andrei;Mourelatos, Zissimos;Hatzigeorgiou, Artemis G.;Paterson, Andrew H.;Ivarie, Robert;Brandstrom, Mikael;Axelsson, Erik;Backstrom, Niclas;Berlin, Sofia;Webster, Matthew T.;Pourquie, Olivier;Reymond, Alexandre;Ucla, Catherine;Antonarakis, Stylianos E.;Long, Manyuan;Emerson, J. J.;Betran, Esther;Dupanloup, Isabelle;Kaessmann, Henrik;Hinrichs, Angie S.;Bejerano, Gill;Furey, Terrence S.;Harte, Rachel A.;Raney, Brian;Siepel, Adam;Kent, W. James;Haussler, David;Eyras, Eduardo;Castelo, Robert;Abril, Josep F.;Castellano, Sergi;Camara, Francisco;Parra, Genis;Guigo, Roderic;Bourque, Guillaume;Tesler, Glenn;Pevzner, Pavel A.;Smit, Arian;Fulton, Lucinda A.;Mardis, Elaine R.;Wilson, Richard K.;Minx, Patrick
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Reptiles use pterin and carotenoid pigments to produce yellow, orange, and red colors. These conspicuous colors serve a diversity of signaling functions, but their molecular basis remains unresolved. Here, we show that the genomes of sympatric color ...
Significance The domestication of the horse revolutionized warfare, trade, and the exchange of people and ideas. This at least 5,500-y-long process, which ultimately transformed wild horses into the hundreds of breeds living today, is difficult to re...
The rich fossil record of equids has made them a model for evolutionary processes. Here we present a 1.12-times coverage draft genome from a horse bone recovered from permafrost dated to approximately 560-780 thousand years before present (kyr bp). O...
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The rich fossil record of equids has made them a model for evolutionary processes. Here we present a 1.12-times coverage draft genome from a horse bone recovered from permafrost dated to approximately 560-780 thousand years before present (kyr bp). O...