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Featured articles

 
 
Fruitfly

Gene content evolution in the arthropods


Thomas and colleagues use 76 whole genome sequences spanning more than 500 million years of evolution to identify how arthropods diversified into modern orders.


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Chromatin interactome mapping at 139

Chromatin interactome mapping at 139 independent breast cancer risk signals


A study of chromatin interactions between causal variants and target genes in mammary epithelial and breast cancer cell lines and helps to identify target genes at 139 breast cancer risk signals.


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Non-coding RNAs underlie genetic predisposition to breast cancer

Non-coding RNAs underlie genetic predisposition to breast cancer


The largest catalog of breast-cancer associated multi-exonic non-coding RNAs shows that mencRNAs may be an alternate mechanism by which causal variants influence breast cancer risk.


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Table of contents
 

  

 

Comment

EDITORIAL

Functional consequences of archaic introgression and their impact on fitness

Maxime Rotival and Lluis Quintana-Murci

 

Research

SHORT REPORT

Performance difference of graph-based and alignment-based hybrid error correction methods for error-prone long reads

Anqi Wang and Kin Fai Au

 

RESEARCH

Clustered CTCF binding is an evolutionary mechanism to maintain topologically associating domains

Elissavet Kentepozidou et al. 

 

RESEARCH

Non-coding RNAs underlie genetic predisposition to breast cancer
Mahdi Moradi Marjaneh et al.

 

RESEARCH

Chromatin interactome mapping at 139 independent breast cancer risk signals

Jonathan Beesley et al.

 

RESEARCH

A benchmark of batch-effect correction methods for single-cell RNA sequencing data

Hoa Thi Nhu Tran et al.

 

RESEARCH

Enteric infection induces Lark-mediated intron retention at the 5′ end of Drosophila genes

Maroun Bou Sleiman et al.

 

RESEARCH

cis-regulatory variation modulates susceptibility to enteric infection in the Drosophila genetic reference panel

Michael V. Frochaux et al.

 

RESEARCH

Benchmarking principal component analysis for large-scale single-cell RNA-sequencing

Koki Tsuyuzaki et al.

 

RESEARCH

A curated benchmark of enhancer-gene interactions for evaluating enhancer-target gene prediction methods

Jill E. Moore et al.

 

RESEARCH

Gene content evolution in the arthropods

Gregg W. C. Thomas et al.

 

RESEARCH

Co-opted transposons help perpetuate conserved higher-order chromosomal structures

Mayank NK Choudhary et al.

 

RESEARCH

CUBIC: an atlas of genetic architecture promises directed maize improvement

Hai-Jun Liu et al.

 

METHOD

DENDRO: genetic heterogeneity profiling and subclone detection by single-cell RNA sequencing

Zilu Zhou et al.

 

METHOD

HIFI: estimating DNA-DNA interaction frequency from Hi-C data at restriction-fragment resolution

Christopher JF Cameron et al.

 

METHOD

CHROMATIX: computing the functional landscape of many-body chromatin interactions in transcriptionally active loci from deconvolved single cells

Alan Perez-Rathke et al.

 

METHOD

scMAGeCK links genotypes with multiple phenotypes in single-cell CRISPR screens

Lin Yang et al.

 

 
 
 
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