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Genome Biology is pleased to share with you our June content update, featuring journal news, top articles and our most recent table of contents.

 
 
Journal news

 
 
Microbiome Biology Special Issue launched
 
 
 

The special issue on Microbiome Biology, guest edited by Rob Knight (UC San Diego, USA), Ruth Ley (MPI for Developmental Biology, Tuebingen, Germany), Elizabeth Grice (University of Pennsylvania, USA) and Jeroen Raes (KU Leuven, Belgium), has launched. The special issue, joint with BMC Biology, will be publishing research, methods, and reviews covering diverse areas of microbiome research. Look for our content being published over the next several months here.

 
 
Meet the Editors
 
 
 

Senior editor Yixin Yao will be attending The International Bioinformatics Workshop (IBW) from August 3-4th and the Epigenetic and Chromatin Biology Congress from August 15-18th in Beijing. Email us to set up a meeting.

 
 
 
Featured articles

 
 
Grob and Grossniklaus

Transgene silencing by KNOT in Arabidopsis

Grob and Grossniklaus show that KNOT-linked silencing is shown to act independently or prior to canonical silencing mechanisms for transgenes in Arabidopsis.

 
 
 
Wang and colleagues

Long term balancing selection in Boechera stricta

The evolutionary processes driving genetic diversity and population differentiation in Beochera stricta is shown by Baosheng Wang and colleagues.

 
 
 
Gunasekara et al

Atlas of systemic human interindividual epigenetic  variation


Gunasekara et al characterize correlated regions of systemic interindividual variation (CoRSIVs) across all three embryonic lineages in GTEx.

 
 
 
 
Table of contents
 
 
 

Comment

EDITORIAL
Collateral damage: benchmarking off-target effects in genome editing

Dana Caroll

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHT

The long walk to African genomics

Serena Tucci and Joshua M. Akey


Review

OPINION

Bridging the gap between reference and real transcriptomes

Antonin Morillon and Daniel Gautheret

REVIEW

Current status and applications of genome-scale metabolic models

Changdai Gu et al.

REVIEW

Essential guidelines for computational method benchmarking

Lukas M. Weber et al.

Research

RESEARCH

A genomic atlas of systemic interindividual epigenetic variation in humans

Chathura J. Gunasekara et al.

RESEARCH

Multiplexed promoterless gene expression with CRISPReader

Hengji Zhan et al.

RESEARCH

Chromatin accessibility plays a key role in selective targeting of Hox proteins

Damiano Porcelli et al.

RESEARCH

Comprehensive evaluation of structural variation detection algorithms for whole genome sequencing

Shunichi Kosugi et al.

RESEARCH

Single-cell transcriptomics unveils gene regulatory network plasticity

Giovanni Iacono et al.

RESEARCH

A practical guide to methods controlling false discoveries in computational biology

Keegan Korthauer et al.

RESEARCH

Codon usage optimization in pluripotent embryonic stem cells

Susanne Bornelöv et al.

RESEARCH

Invasive DNA elements modify the nuclear architecture of their insertion site by KNOT-linked silencing in Arabidopsis thaliana

Stefan Grob and Ueli Grossniklaus

RESEARCH

Cold stress induces enhanced chromatin accessibility and bivalent histone modifications H3K4me3 and H3K27me3 of active genes in potato

Zixian Zeng et al.

RESEARCH

Ancient polymorphisms contribute to genome-wide variation by long-term balancing selection and divergent sorting in Boechera stricta

Baosheng Wang et al.

RESEARCH

Trapping a somatic endogenous retrovirus into a germline piRNA cluster immunizes the germline against further invasion

Céline Duc et al.

RESEARCH

Performance of neural network basecalling tools for Oxford Nanopore sequencing

Ryan R. Wick et al.

RESEARCH

Emphasis on the deep or shallow parts of the tree provides a new characterization of phylogenetic distances

Julia Fukuyama

METHOD

Haplotype-aware diplotyping from noisy long reads

Jana Ebler et al.

 
 
 

Interactions

CORRECTION

Correction to: VULCAN integrates ChIP-seq with patient-derived co-expression networks to identify GRHL2 as a key co-regulator of ERa at enhancers in breast cancer

Andrew N. Holding et al.

CORRECTION

Correction to: RNA G-quadruplexes at upstream open reading frames cause DHX36- and DHX9-dependent translation of human mRNAs

Pierre Murat et al.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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