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British scientists claim major advance in TB treatment

Researchers are using genome sequencing to make sure patients get the right drugs more quickly.

From the BBC News-2017-3-24:8:5:1


Paleo artist

An award-winning artist brings ancient fossil discoveries to life through illustrations.

From the BBC News-2017-3-23:8:5:1


Major shake-up suggests dinosaurs may have 'UK origin'

Scientists reclassify dinosaurs, putting British fossils at the base of their family tree.

From the BBC News-2017-3-22:14:6:1


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A competition to sequence a Sea Slug via PacBio. (Mar 24).

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A competition to sequence a Bombardier Beetle via PacBio. (Mar 20).

A competition to sequence a Dingo via PacBio with the aim to examine selection. (Mar 16).

The Future of Phylogenetic Systematics, The Legacy of Willi Hennig by D.Williams et al. from Cambridge Univ Press. (Mar 13).

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Mar 24 16:00Partner abundance controls mutualism stability and the pace of morphological change over geologic time - Guillaume Chomicki, Susanne S. Renner (PNAS)
Mar 23 08:00The Multipartite Mitochondrial Genome of Enteromyxum leei (Myxozoa): Eight Fast-Evolving Megacircles - Dayana Yahalomi et al. (MBE)
Mar 23 08:00Antagonistic Coevolution of MER Tyrosine Kinase Expression and Function. - Amanda L. Evans et al. (MBE)
Mar 22 12:00The Chlamydia suis Genome Exhibits High Levels of Diversity, Plasticity, and Mobile Antibiotic Resistance: Comparative Genomics of a Recent Livestock Cohort Shows Influence of Treatment Regimes - Helena M.B. Seth-Smith et al. (GBE)
Mar 22 12:00Duplications and Positive Selection Drive the Evolution of Parasitism-Associated Gene Families in the Nematode Strongyloides papillosus - Praveen Baskaran, Tegegn G. Jaleta, Adrian Streit, Christian Rödelsperger (GBE)
Mar 22 12:00Genome expression balance in a triploid trihybrid vertebrate - Kyle E. McElroy et al. (GBE)
Mar 22 12:00Night monkey hybrids exhibit de novo genomic and karyotypic alterations: the first such case in primates - Hirohisa Hirai et al. (GBE)
Mar 22 12:00Comparative genomics of Rhodococcus equi virulence plasmids indicates host-driven evolution of the vap pathogenicity island - Iain MacArthur et al. (GBE)
Mar 22 12:00Involvement of Clustered Genes in Mammalian Functions: Their Relation in a Rat Mutant Strain - Naoki Nanashima et al. (JME)

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