7 edition of The dog and its genome found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Elaine A. Ostrander, Urs Giger, Kerstin Lindblad-Toh.|
|Series||Cold Spring Harbor monograph series ;, 44|
|Contributions||Ostrander, Elaine A., Giger, Urs., Lindblad-Toh, Kerstin.|
|LC Classifications||SF427.2 .D64 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005019391|
The dog and its genome. Cold Spring Harbor (New York): Cold Spring Harbor Press; In press. Lin L, Faraco J, Li R, Kadotani H, Rogers W, et al. The sleep disorder canine narcolepsy is caused by a mutation in the hypocretin (orexin) receptor 2 gene. Cell. ; – Pele M, Tiret L, Kessler JL, Blot S, Panthier JJ. In the 5 years since the publication of the genome sequence of the domestic dog (Canis familiaris) , our understanding of dog origins and evolution has improved this genome sequence was available (the breed chosen to sequence was a boxer, sequenced at coverage), canine genomic analysis relied on linkage and radiation hybrid maps encompassing at most 3, to 4,
The more one gets to know of men, the more one values dogs. ∼Alphonse Toussenel. Teaching an old dog new tricks. The domestic dog (Canis familiaris) has long been a subject of scientific curiosity because of its great diversity in size, shape, coat color and texture, and behavior 1, 2, r, relative to model species such as mice, fruit flies and Arabidopsis, in which extensive crossing. Scientists fetch useful information from dog genome publications. Thursday, Dec. 8, - Today a plethora of dog genome-related materials are published, including a new book titled "The Dog and Its Genome" and a series of primary research articles in the journal Genome Research.
The sequence of the dog genome was published in (Lindblad-Toh et al. ). Locating Genes by "Gene Mapping" In order to locate nucleotide sequences responsible for traits of interest, researchers have to comb through approximately 3 billion base pairs, the length of the canine genome. Not all DNA contains genes. The boxer was chosen as a representative of the average purebred dog to produce what has become a reference sequence for the dog genome community. Using the sequence information as a genetic "compass," they navigated the genomes of 10 different dog breeds and other related canine species, including the gray wolf and coyote.
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The Dog and Its Genome - Google Books Dogs of different breeds can range remarkably in size, shape, and behavior, and yet they all carry essentially the same genome, making them a particularly. IN THIS JOURNAL.
Journal Home. Browse Journal. Current Issue; OnlineFirst. The Dog and Its Genome by Elaine A. Ostrander,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4). The Dog and Its Genome will be an excellent reference for veterinarians and researchers, as well as a The dog and its genome book textbook to teach all concepts of genetics at the graduate level.
This work demonstrates the power of companion animal genetics and it should. The recent release of the complete sequence of the dog genome provides an exciting new context in which to consider such variation.
Twenty-five chapters written by experts in the field include various aspects of morphological and behavioral variation in dogs, their origins and domestication, and their unique value as a model system for many common but complex human diseases such as diabetes.
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The Dog and Its Genome von - Englische Bücher zum Genre Biologie günstig & portofrei bestellen im Online Shop von Ex Libris. 20% Dauerrabatt auf Bücher. The dog and its genome. [Elaine A Ostrander; Urs Giger; Kerstin Lindblad-Toh;] -- Dogs of different breeds can range remarkably in size, shape, and behaviour, and yet they all carry essentially the same genome, making them a particularly fascinating model for genome plasticity.
The breed of dog sequenced was the boxer, which was chosen after analyses of 60 dog breeds found it was one of the breeds with the least amount of variation in its genome and therefore likely to provide the most reliable reference genome sequence.
The initial assembly is. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dog and its genome. Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, © (OCoLC) As I said, your complete set of DNA or genome can be thought of as the book that carries all the instructions for making you.
As we’ve learned, as a human you have around billion letters. A dog’s is a bit smaller with only billion letters. These million different letters sounds like a big deal but it turns out they probably aren. The Dog and Its Genome. Table of Contents; Copyright © by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
The genome of the domesticated dog, a close evolutionary relation to human, is a powerful new tool for understanding the human genome. Comparison of the dog with human and other mammals reveals key information about the structure and evolution of genes and genomes.
The unique breeding history of dogs, with their extraordinary behavioral and physical diversity, offers the opportunity to find. Recognizing the significant advancements made in the field of animal genetics in the ten years since the first edition of Genetics of the Dog, this new edition of the successful book provides comprehensive updates of the material.
Fundamental chapters have been fully updated by new authors on essential topics like immunogenetics, genetics of diseases, developmental genetics and the Reviews: 1. More than million base pairs (>25%) of dog sequence align uniquely to the human genome, including fragments of putative orthologs of 24, annotated human genes.
Mutation rates, conserved synteny, repeat content, and phylogeny can be compared among human, mouse, and dog. Today a plethora of dog genome-related materials are published, including a new book entitled The Dog and Its Genome and a series of primary research articles in the journal Genome publications, concomitant with the publication by Nature.
of a high-quality draft sequence of the dog genome, are expected to provide both researchers and the public with informative resources about. The NHGRI Dog Genome Project collects DNA samples, health histories, and pedigrees from pet dogs in order to identify underlying genetic causes for canine diseases and morphological traits.
Diseases, much like physical traits, can occur with unusually high frequency in one or small numbers of often related breeds, suggesting strong common genetic underpinnings (Ostrander et al.
The dog genome closely resembles the human genome in its distribution of G + C content (Fig. 3a; Spearman's rho = for dog–human and for dog–mouse comparisons), even if we consider.With the public unveiling last month of the fully sequenced and richly annotated dog genome—the approximately billion base pairs of DNA (A [adenine], which always binds with T [thymine], and C [cytosine], which binds with G [guanine]) that form its genetic code—the dog might now also add to its monikers, shall we say, “genomic consort.”.Genome: The Autobiography of a Species in 23 Chapters is a popular science book by the science writer Matt Ridley, published by Fourth Estate.
The chapters are numbered for the pairs of human chromosomes, one pair being the X and Y sex chromosomes, so the numbering goes up to