Evaluation of the capacity of the DNA barcode ITS2 for identifying and discriminating dryland plants
PhalDB:A comprehensive database for molecular mining of the Phalaenopsis genome, transcriptome and miRNome
Improving the PCR protocol to amplify a repetitive DNA sequence.
Development of a polymorphic short tandem repeat locus multiplex system for efficient human identification.
Genetic diversity and relatedness between Canindé and British Alpine goat breeds in Northeastern Brazil accessed by microsatellite markers.
DNase concentration assay to obtain DNA-free RNA from sugarcane leaves.
Common genetic risk factors of venous thromboembolism in Western and Asian populations
Venous thromboembolism (VTE) is a multifactorial disorder involving both acquired and genetic risk factors. The common genetic factors in Western populations have been studied and reported for several decades, while studies on Asian populations are relatively scarce. Evidence suggests that the prevalence and genetic risk factors of VTE vary significantly among ethnic populations. In this review, we summarize the common genetic risk factors of VTE in both Western and Asian populations.
Molecular identification of Fusarium species isolated from transgenic insect-resistant cotton plants in Mexicali valley, Baja California
Cotton production in the Mexicali valley is adversely affected by wilt and root rot disease associated with Fusarium species. In the present study, we sought to isolate and identify the Fusarium species in the rhizosphere of transgenic insect-resistant cotton plants grown in the Mexicali valley. Our analyses isolated four native fungi from the rhizosphere of cotton plants, namely, T-ICA01, T-ICA03, T-ICA04, and T-ICA08.