Comparative genomics is revolutionizing biology, medicine and bioinformatics. The field needs to comprehensively understand and understand the results of analyzing biological and medical data. Conventional analyses have identified tens of thousands of genes that are potentially involved in a particular biological process or disease. In the future, more detailed analyses of the relationship between these genes may lead to the understanding of the molecular mechanism of specific biological processes and diseases, as well as the possibility of diagnostic and therapeutic strategies for diseases. In this article, we will review current methods of comparative genomics, including whole-genome sequencing, genetics, gene expression, methylation, proteomics, and bioinformatics analyses. We will also discuss the future perspectives of this field.
According to the ICRP model, ionizing radiation causes DNA damage by direct collision with DNA. This model is essential for understanding and predicting the biological effects of ionizing radiation. It provides quantitative estimates for the radiation-induced damages to DNA. However, the predictions of this model fail to properly describe a wide variety of biological effects that cannot be explained in terms of DNA damage. The ICRP model describes these effects by modifying the radiation-induced primary energy deposition, and by introducing a concept of DNA repair inducible by radiation damage. The model explains the low responses of cells to radiation in terms of repairable DNA damage. This model has now been extended to the induction and repair of radiation-induced chromosome aberrations. However, the effects of radiation-induced chromosome aberrations are not well described, in particular, in terms of their tissue-specific and cell-specific responses. This review summarizes the new findings with respect to the evolution of the ICRP model and the development of the new concept of radiation damage-inducible chromosome aberrations. PMID:28478220
This paper describes the method for automated detection of the anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) gene in cattle in the framework of the CattleQTLdb project, which is a project for the comprehensive annotation of cattle quantitative trait loci. The method is based on a combination of the Hidden Markov model and the alignments of the putative 5’-untranslated regions with the cattle genome.
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