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Public Science Insights: Did ancient bacterial mRNA genes have introns?

Posted Tue, Apr, 18,2017 -

Ancient bacterial mRNA genes quite possibly had introns, according to recent findings by Dr. Wang and colleagues.All current bacterial mRNA genes have no intron (nucleotide base sequence interrupting the coding regions, exons, in a gene), though current bacterial tRNA and rRNA genes have introns. Thus, it is thought that ancient bacterial mRNA genes did not have introns either. However, many studi...

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Public Science Insights: Where did we come from? Tracing the migrations of the first humans

Posted Thu, Feb, 09,2017 -

In 1831 naturist Charles Darwin embarked on his famous and memorable voyage in the Beagle, an expedition that lasted almost 5 years. Equipped with hardly more than a telescope and insatiable curiosity to understand nature, Darwin was able to make, for the first time, one of the most important observations regarding human evolution pinpointing the origin of modern humans in Africa and developing hi...

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Public Science Insights: Microbiota vs microbiome; who is who and what do they do?

Posted Wed, Aug, 03,2016 -

One of the most important paradigm shifts of our time is realizing how very small organisms produce very big changes in the environment. An excellent illustrating example is the Great Oxygenation Event that transformed an anoxic atmosphere into the oxygen-rich atmosphere that we enjoy today. Microscopic cyanobacteria managed to transform the whole planet. However, only now we are starting to reali...

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Interview with Dr Pascale Gerbault

Posted Wed, Jun, 15,2016 -

This author interview is by Dr Pascale Gerbault, of University College London. Dr Gerbault's full paper, Forward-in-Time, Spatially Explicit Modeling Software to Simulate Genetic Lineages Under Selection, is available for download in Evolutionary Bioinformatics.Please summarize for readers the content of your article.This article introduces a software (SELECTOR, available here http://ua.unige...

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Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2014 JCR Impact Factor

Posted Thu, Jun, 25,2015 -

Libertas is pleased to announce that the 2014 impact factor of Evolutionary Bioinformatics is 1.452.  The journal's impact factor has increased from 1.169 in 2013.  The Journal Citation Reports impact factor is provided by Thomson-ISI.  Libertas is proud to be associated with Evolutionary Bioinformatics and looks forward to continuing to work our valued authors, readers, and edi...

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Dr Mark Miller on Phylogenetic Tools

Posted Thu, Mar, 19,2015 -

This author interview is by Dr Mark Miller, of University of California’s San Diego Supercomputer Center.  Dr Miller's full paper, A RESTful API for access to phylogenetic tools via the CIPRES Science Gateway, is available for download in Evolutionary Bioinformatics. First please summarise for readers the content of your articleGetting access to large computing resources is key ...

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