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DOI: 10.1002/047001590X

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  1. Biochemistry
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  6. Evolution & Diversity of Life
    1. Adaptive Evolution
    2. Classification
    3. Coevolution
    4. Diversification of Plants and Animals
    5. Diversity of Life
    6. Evolution of Novelty
    7. Evolution of Species
    8. Evolution Rates
    9. Evolution: Theories and Ideas
    10. Evolutionary Genomics
      1. Adaptive Evolution of Centromeric Proteins
      2. Alternative Splicing in the Human Genome and its Evolutionary Consequences
      3. Analysis of the Amphioxus Genome
      4. Ancient DNA: Recovery and Analysis
      5. Bacterial Genomes
      6. Biased Gene Conversion and Its Impact on Genome Evolution
      7. Bidirectional Gene Pairs in the Human Genome
      8. The Biological Significance of Conserved Nongenic DNA
      9. Birth and Evolution of Human Exons
      10. Brown Algae
      11. The Chimpanzee Genome Project
      12. Chromatin Structure and Human Genome Evolution
      13. Chromosomal Rearrangements in Primates
      14. Chromosomal Rearrangements in the Human and Chimpanzee Lineages
      15. Chromosome Numbers in Mammals
      16. Chromosome Rearrangement in Evolution
      17. Chromosome Rearrangement Patterns in Mammalian Evolution
      18. Chromosomes in Mammals: Diversity and Evolution
      19. Coalescent Theory
      20. Comparative Analysis of miRNA-mediated Gene Regulation in Mammals
      21. Comparative Chromosome Mapping: Rodent Models
      22. Comparative Cytogenetics
      23. Comparative Cytogenetics Technologies
      24. Comparative Genetics of Trinucleotide Repeats in the Human and Ape Genomes
      25. Comparative Genomics of the Major Chemosensory Gene Families in Arthropods
      26. Comparative Human Genomics
      27. Comparing the Human and Canine Genomes
      28. Comparing the Human and Chimpanzee Genomes
      29. Comparing the Human and Fish Genomes
      30. Comparing the Human and Medaka Genomes
      31. Comparing the Human and Sea Urchin Genomes
      32. Comparison of Rates and Patterns of Meiotic Recombination between Human and Chimpanzee
      33. The Complexity of Genetic Redundancy
      34. Concerted Evolution
      35. The Contribution of Transposable Elements to Human Proteins
      36. Copy Number Variation in the Human Genome
      37. Divergence between the Human and Chimpanzee Genomes and its Impact on Protein and Transcriptome Evolution
      38. DNA Repair: Evolution
      39. Domain Duplication and Gene Elongation
      40. Dosage Compensation Mechanisms: Evolution
      41. Endogenous Retroviral Sequences; Their Evolutionary Contribution to the Human Genome
      42. Epigenetic Variation in Humans
      43. Evolution and Characteristics of the Opossum Genome
      44. Evolution and Organization of Monotreme Sex Chromosomes
      45. Evolution of Alpha-Satellite DNA
      46. Evolution of Common Fragile Sites
      47. Evolution of Gene Deserts in the Human Genome
      48. Evolution of Genome Organization
      49. Evolution of Human Gene Expression Control
      50. Evolution of Human Retrosequences: Alu
      51. Evolution of Imprinting: Imprinted Gene Function in Human Disease
      52. The Evolution of Introns in Human Genes
      53. Evolution of Microsatellite DNA
      54. Evolution of Microsatellites
      55. Evolution of Sex Chromosomes in Plants
      56. Evolution of the AZFc Region in Primates
      57. Evolution of the Dog Genome
      58. Evolution of the Mammalian X Chromosome
      59. Evolution of Traits Deduced from Genome Comparisons
      60. Evolution of X-Chromosome Inactivation
      61. Evolutionarily Conserved Intronic Splicing Regulatory Elements in the Human Genome
      62. Evolutionary Conservation of Splice Sites
      63. Evolutionary Emergence of Genes Through Retrotransposition
      64. Evolutionary History and Impact of Human DNA Transposons
      65. Evolutionary History of the Human Genome
      66. Exons and Protein Modules
      67. Exons: Shuffling
      68. Fifteen Years of Evolutionary Genomics in Caenorhabditis elegans
      69. Fugu: A Compact Model Vertebrate Genome
      70. G+C Content Evolution in the Human Genome
      71. GC-rich Isochores in the Interphase Nucleus
      72. Gene Clustering in Eukaryotes
      73. Gene Conversion in Evolution and Disease
      74. Gene Deletions in Evolution
      75. Gene Duplication: Evolution
      76. Gene Families: Formation and Evolution
      77. Gene Families: Multigene Families and Superfamilies
      78. Gene Flow, Haplotype Patterns and Modern Human Origins
      79. Gene Fusion
      80. Genetic Conflict and Imprinting
      81. Genetic Variation: Human
      82. Genome Analysis of the Platypus
      83. Genome Evolution in Yeasts
      84. Genome Evolution of Trypanosoma cruzi
      85. Genome Evolution: Overview
      86. Genome Inserts
      87. Genome Organization of Vertebrates
      88. Genome Sequence of an Australian Kangaroo, Macropus eugenii
      89. Genomic Novelty at the Vertebrate Ancestor
      90. Genomic Studies of Adaptation in Natural Populations
      91. Gross Insertions and Microinsertions in Evolution
      92. Handedness, Left/Right: Genetics
      93. HapMap Project
      94. Homologous, Orthologous and Paralogous Genes
      95. Horizontal Gene Transfer in Evolution
      96. Hotspots of Mammalian Chromosome Evolution
      97. Human and Chimpanzee Transcriptomes: Comparative Evolution
      98. Human and Macaque Transcriptomes: A Comparison
      99. Human Chromosome Evolution
      100. Human Endogenous Retroviruses; Evolutionary Dynamics, Chromosomal Location and Host Benefit
      101. Human Intronless Genes and their Associated Diseases
      102. Human Population Stratification and its Assessment by Microarray Genotyping
      103. Human Transcriptome Evolution
      104. Human-specific Changes of Genome Structure
      105. Identifying Regions of the Human Genome that Exhibit Evidence of Positive Selection
      106. The Impact of Gene Duplication on Human Genome Evolution
      107. Imprinting: Evolution
      108. Indels in the Evolution of the Human and Chimpanzee Genomes
      109. Inferring the Process of Human–Chimpanzee Speciation
      110. Insertion and Deletion of Exons during Human Gene Evolution
      111. Intragenomic Conflict
      112. Intron Loss and Gain
      113. Introns Evolution in Duplicated Human Genes
      114. Introns: Movements
      115. Karyotype Evolution
      116. Lifelines Beyond the Genome: Why Chickens Come Before Eggs
      117. Long Interspersed Nuclear Elements (LINEs): Evolution
      118. Mammalian Sex Determination
      119. Meiotic Sex Chromosome Inactivation
      120. MicroRNA Evolution in the Human Genome
      121. Microsatellites in Historic and Ancient DNA
      122. Mitochondrial Genome: Evolution
      123. Mitochondrial Non-Mendelian Inheritance: Evolutionary Origin and Consequences
      124. Mitochondrial Origins of Human Nuclear Genes and DNA Sequences
      125. Molecular Evolution
      126. Molecular Evolution: Techniques
      127. The Mouse Genome as a Rodent Model in Evolutionary Studies
      128. Mouse N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea (ENU) Mutagenesis
      129. Neural Networks
      130. Nuclear Sequences of Mitochondrial Origin as Phylogenetic Markers
      131. Nucleotide Sequence Divergence between Humans and Chimpanzees
      132. Origin of Modern Humans: Interpreting the Molecular Evidence
      133. Origin of Bilaterian Hox Patterning System
      134. Phylogenetic Footprinting
      135. Phylogenetic Relationships Deduced from Whole Genome Comparisons
      136. Phylogenomics of the Human Genome
      137. Platypus Genome Provides Unique Insights into Early Mammalian Evolution and Monotreme Biology
      138. Polyploid Origin of the Human Genome
      139. Polyploidy and Paralogous Chromosome Regions
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        Population Genetics of Modern Human Evolution
      141. Processed Pseudogenes and Their Functional Resurrection in the Human and Mouse Genomes
      142. Prokaryotic Systematics: Theoretical Overview in the Light of Molecular Advances
      143. Protein-Coding Segments: Evolution of Exon–Intron Gene Structure
      144. Pseudogene Evolution in the Human Genome
      145. Pseudogenes and Their Evolution
      146. Pseudogenes: Age
      147. Pseudogenes: Patterns of Mutation
      148. Rapidly Evolving Regions of the Human Genome
      149. The Rat Genome as a Rodent Model in Evolutionary Studies
      150. Recombination and Human Genetic Diversity
      151. Recombination Rates in Drosophila
      152. Reconstructing Ancient DNA Sequences in Silico
      153. Reconstructing Human History Using Autosomal, Y-Chromosomal and Mitochondrial Markers
      154. Reconstruction of Ancestral Genomes
      155. Reconstruction of the Ancestral Xenarthran Karyotype
      156. Relevance of Pseudogenes to Human Genetic Disease
      157. Repetitive DNA: Evolution
      158. Role of Chromosomal Reorganisations in the Human–Chimpanzee Speciation
      159. Role of Natural Selection in Chromosomal Speciation
      160. Salmonella Genomes in the Context of Lifestyle
      161. Segmental Duplications: A Source of Diversity, Evolution and Disease
      162. The Sequencing of the Rhesus Macaque Genome and its Comparison with the Genome Sequences of Human and Chimpanzee
      163. Simple Repeats
      164. Simple Sequence Repeats in the Human Genome: Evolution
      165. Speciation: Chromosomal Mechanisms
      166. Structural Diversity of the Human Genome and Disease Susceptibility
      167. Structural Variation in Great Ape Genomes
      168. Structure, Function and Evolution of The Nematode Genome
      169. Subtelomeres: Evolution in the Human Genome
      170. Tandem Repeat Instability and Genome Evolution
      171. The Contribution of Frameshift Translation to the Generation of Novel Human Proteins
      172. The Gene Content of Mammalian and Avian Sex Chromosomes
      173. Transcription Factor-binding Sites: Recent Evolution in the Human Lineage
      174. Transposable Element-driven Duplications during Hominoid Genome Evolution
      175. Transposable Elements: Evolution
      176. Y Chromosome Evolution
    11. Evolutionary Processes
    12. Extinction and Radiation
    13. Fossils and Evolution
    14. Geology: Earth Changes Over Time
    15. Human Evolution
    16. Macroevolution
    17. Molecular Evolution
    18. Origin of Life
    19. Population Structure and Genetics
    20. Protein Evolution
    21. Reconstruction of Phylogeny
    22. Selection and Variation
    23. Variation by Mutation and Recombination
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