Title: Progress in Arabidopsis genome sequencing and functional genomics
Authors: Wambutt, R ×
Murphy, G
Volckaert, Guido
Pohl, T
Dusterhoft, A
Stiekema, W
Entian, KD
Terryn, N
Harris, B
Ansorge, W
Brandt, P
Ramsperger, U
Hilbert, H
Braun, M
Holzer, E
Brandt, A
Peters, S
van Staveren, M
Dirkse, W
Mooijman, P
Lankhorst, RK
Fuchs, M
Rose, M
Hauf, J
Kotter, P
Berneiser, S
Hempel, S
Feldpausch, M
Lamberth, S
Van den Daele, H
De Keyser, A
Buysshaert, C
Fartmann, B
Gielen, J
Villarroel, R
De Clercq, Rafael
Van Montagu, M
Rogers, J
Cronin, A
Quail, M
Bray-Allen, S
Clark, L
Doggett, J
Granderath, K
Hall, S
Kay, M
Lennard, N
McLay, K
Mayes, R
Pettett, A
Rajandream, MA
Lyne, M
Benes, V
Rechmann, S
Dauner, D
Borkova, D
Blocker, H
Scharfe, M
Grimm, M
Lohnert, TH
Dose, S
de Haan, M
Maarse, A
Schafer, M
Muller-Auer, S
Herzl, A
Gabel, C
Neumann, S
Argiriou, A
Vitale, D
Liguori, R
Piravandi, E
Grivell, L
Massenet, O
Quigley, F
Clabauld, G
Mundlein, A
Felber, R
Schnabl, S
Hiller, R
Schmidt, W
Lecharny, A
Aubourg, S
Rieger, M
Gy, I
Cooke, R
Berger, C
Monfort, A
Casacuberta, E
Gibbons, T
Weber, N
Vandenbol, M
Bargues, M
Terol, J
Weichselgartner, M
Torres, A
Perez-Perez, A
Purnelle, B
Bent, E
Johnson, S
Tacon, D
Jesse, T
Heijnen, L
Schwarz, S
Scholler, P
de Simone, V
Heber, S
Bielke, C
Frishmann, D
Haase, D
Lemcke, K
Mewes, HW
Stocker, S
Zaccaria, P
Mayer, K
Schuller, C
Obermaier, B
Bevan, M
Mache, R
Muller, M
Kreis, M
Delseny, M
Puigdomenech, P
Watson, M
Schmidtheini, T
Reichert, B
Portatelle, D
Perez-Alonso, M
Boutry, M
Bancroft, I
Vos, P
Hoheisel, J
Zimmermann, W
Wedler, H
Ridley, P
Langham, SA
McCullagh, B
Bilham, L
Robben, Johan
Van der Schueren, J
Grymonprez, B
Chuang, YJ
Vandenbussche, Frank
Braeken, M
Weltjens, I
Voet, M
Bastiaens, I
Aert, Rita
Defoor, E
Weitzenegger, T
Bothe, G #
Issue Date: Mar-2000
Publisher: Elsevier BV
Series Title: Journal of Biotechnology vol:78 issue:3 pages:281-292
Conference: 1st European Symposium on Applied Genome Research location:Brussels, Belgium date:27 Nov 1998
Abstract: Arabidopsis thaliana has a relatively small genome of approximately 130 Mb containing about 10% repetitive DNA. Genome sequencing studies reveal a gene-rich genome, predicted to contain approximately 25 000 genes spaced on average every 4.5 kb. Between 10 to 20% of the predicted genes occur as clusters of related genes, indicating that local sequence duplication and subsequent divergence generates a significant proportion of gene families. In addition to gene families, repetitive sequences comprise individual and small clusters of two to three retroelements and other classes of smaller repeats. The clustering of highly repetitive elements is a striking feature of the A. thaliana genome emerging from sequence and other analyses. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
ISSN: 0168-1656
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Biochemistry, Molecular and Structural Biology Section
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