ID Numbers for Cross Referencing : Volume 2 Genomics
This list will help you include cross references to other articles in GGPB. Find the article that you wish to cross refer to, note its corresponding unique ID number e.g (g203206) and then insert that unique ID number into your text. Please do not insert the article title, just its unique ID number. This makes your work easier (less typing) and it gives us a unique identifier to ensure that accurate and unambiguous cross-referencing is obtained. Thank you for using the unique ID numbers. Please remember you can cross reference to articles outside the section in which your article appears.
Genome Sequencing
The Human Genome
Models & Comparative Genomics
EST's: Cancer Genes & Anatomy Project
Expression Profiling
Section 1 Genome Sequencing
ID Title
g201101 Eukaryotic genomics
g201105 Genome sequencing of microbial species
g201112 Hierarchical, ordered mapped large insert clone shotgun sequencing
g201206 Sequencing templates---shotgun clone isolation versus amplification approaches
g201209 Robotics and automation
g201308 Microelectrophoresis devices for DNA sequencing
g201311 Single molecule array-based sequencing
g201313 Real-time DNA sequencing
Section 2 Mapping
ID Title
g202106 Linking DNA to production: the mapping of quantitative trait loci in livestock
g202108 Genome mapping overview
g202201 Mapping complex disease phenotypes
g202202 YAC-STS content mapping
g202204 Haplotype mapping
g202207 The construction and use of radiation hybrid maps in genomic research
g202209 Linkage mapping
g202303 Synteny mapping
g202305 Linkage disequilibrium and whole genome association studies
g202310 Fingerprint mapping
g202311 Hitchhiking mapping
g202312 Restriction fragment fingerprinting software
g202313 Microarray comparative genome hybridization
g202314 The Happy mapping approach
Section 3 The Human Genome
ID Title
g203107 The technology tour de force of the Human Genome Project
g203112 The human genome project
g203204 Noncoding RNAs in mammals
g203205 Segmental duplications and the human genome
g203206 Genome assembly
g203301 The distribution of genes in human genome
g203303 Pseudogenes
g203308 Endogenous retroviruses
g203309 Transcriptional promoters
g203310 Comparisons with primate genomes
g203313 Alternative splicing: conservation and function
g203314 Overlapping genes in the human genome
g203316 Human microRNAs
Section 4 Models & Comparative Genomics
ID Title
g204101 Genome archaeology
g204106 Functional analysis of genes
g204202 Mouse models
g204205 The rat as a model physiological system
g204210 Farm animals
g204212 Mouse mutagenesis and gene function
g204214 Systematic mutagenesis of non-mammalian model species
g204303 The Fugu and Zebrafish genomes
g204307 Functional genomics in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
g204308 The mouse genome sequence
g204309 The C. elegans genome
g204311 The Drosophila genome(s)
g204314 Comparative sequencing of vertebrate genomes
Section 5 Bacteria/Pathogens
ID Title
g205105 Eukaryotic parasite genome projects
g205109 Bacterial pathogens of man
g205204 Genomics of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex and Mycobacterium leprae
g205206 The Mycoplasmas---a congruent path toward minimal life functions
g205210 Genomics of enterobacteriaceae
g205211 Reverse vaccinology: a critical analysis
g205219 The nuclear genome of apicomplexan parasites
g205301 The organelles of apicomplexan parasites
g205303 Kinetoplastid genomics
g205307 Methods for detecting horizontal transfer of genes
g205308 Genome-wide analysis of group A Streptococcus
g205312 Chlamydiae
g205313 Environmental shotgun sequencing
g205314 The neisserial genomes: what they reveal about the diversity and behavior of these species
g205315 The staphylococci
g205316 Yersinia
g205317 Spirochete genomes
g205318 Comparative genomics of the ϵ-proteobacterial human pathogens Helicobacter pylori and Campylobacter jejuni
Section 6 SNPs/Haplotypes
ID Title
g206101 Normal DNA sequence variations in humans
g206109 History of genetic mapping
g206206 Reliability and utility of single nucleotide polymorphisms for genetic association studies
g206207 SNPs and human history
g206211 Pharmacogenetics and personalised medicine
g206302 Creating LD maps of the genome
g206304 Avoiding stratification in association studies
g206305 Evolutionary modeling in haplotype analysis
g206308 Genotyping technology: the present and the future
g206310 Mapping by admixture linkage disequilibrium (MALD)
g206312 Finding and using haplotype blocks in candidate gene association studies
Section 7 EST's: Cancer Genes & Anatomy Project
ID Title
g207107 Technologies for systematic analysis of eukaryotic transcriptomes
g207108 What is an EST?
g207205 Using ORESTES ESTs to mine gene cancer expression data
g207206 Using ESTs for genome annotation---predicting the transcriptome
g207210 EST resources, clone sets, and databases
g207217 Proteome knowledge bases in the context of cancer
g207302 The role of nonsense-mediated decay in physiological and pathological processes
g207304 Pilot gene discovery in plasmodial pathogens
g207312 Disease gene candidacy and ESTs
g207409 EST clustering: A short tutorial
g207415 Using UniGene, STACK, and TIGR indices
g207416 Manufacturing EST libraries
Section 8 Expression Profiling
ID Title
g208103 Microarrays: an overview
g208201 Microarray CGH
g208202 Expression and localization of proteins in mammalian cells
g208205 The promise of gene signatures in cancer diagnosis and prognosis
g208206 Creating and hybridizing spotted DNA arrays
g208208 Using oligonucleotide arrays
g208213 Integrating genotypic, molecular profiling and clinical data to elucidate common human diseases
g208304 Genomic analysis of host pathogen interactions
g208309 Bacterial genome organization: comparative expression profiling, operons, regulons, and beyond
g208311 Protein microarrays as an emerging tool for proteomics
g208312 Seven years of yeast microarray analysis
g208315 Tissue microarrays
g208407 The use of external controls in microarray experiments
g208414 SAGE