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Prediction of deleterious human alleles
S Sunyaev, V Ramensky, I Koch, W Lathe III, AS Kondrashov, P Bork
Human molecular genetics 10 (6), 591-597, 2001
12452001
Predicting protein function by genomic context: quantitative evaluation and qualitative inferences
M Huynen, B Snel, W Lathe, P Bork
Genome research 10 (8), 1204-1210, 2000
5832000
Gene context conservation of a higher order than operons
W Lathe, B Snel, P Bork
Trends in Biochemical Sciences 25 (10), 474-479, 2000
2592000
Are retrotransposons long-term hitchhikers?
WD Burke, HS Malik, WC Lathe, TH Eickbush
Nature 392 (6672), 141-142, 1998
1171998
Exploitation of gene context
M Huynen, B Snel, W Lathe III, P Bork
Current opinion in structural biology 10 (3), 366-370, 2000
1042000
SNP frequencies in human genes: an excess of rare alleles and differing modes of selection
SR Sunyaev, WC Lathe Iii, VE Ramensky, P Bork
Trends in Genetics 16 (8), 335-337, 2000
1012000
Integration of genome data and protein structures: prediction of protein folds, protein interactions and ‘molecular phenotypes’ of single nucleotide polymorphisms
S Sunyaev, W Lathe, P Bork
Current opinion in structural biology 11 (1), 125-130, 2001
682001
Genomic data resources: challenges and promises
W Lathe, J Williams, M Mangan, D Karolchik
Nature Education 1 (3), 2, 2008
642008
Evolution of tuf genes: ancient duplication, differential loss and gene conversion
WC Lathe III, P Bork
FEBS letters 502 (3), 113-116, 2001
632001
Evolutionary stability of the R1 retrotransposable element in the genus Drosophila.
WC Lathe 3rd, WD Burke, DG Eickbush, TH Eickbush
Molecular biology and evolution 12 (6), 1094-1105, 1995
541995
A single lineage of r2 retrotransposable elements is an active, evolutionarily stable component of the Drosophila rDNA locus.
WC Lathe 3rd, TH Eickbush
Molecular biology and evolution 14 (12), 1232-1241, 1997
531997
R1 and R2 retrotransposable elements of Drosophila evolve at rates similar to those of nuclear genes.
DG Eickbush, WC Lathe 3rd, MP Francino, TH Eickbush
Genetics 139 (2), 685-695, 1995
481995
Evolution of R1 and R2 in the rDNA units of the genus Drosophila
TH Eickbush, WD Burke, DG Eickbush, WC Lathe
Evolution and Impact of Transposable Elements, 49-61, 1997
371997
The UCSC genome browser: what every molecular biologist should know
ME Mangan, JM Williams, RM Kuhn, WC Lathe III
Current protocols in molecular biology 88 (1), 19.9. 1-19.9. 28, 2009
31*2009
UCSC genome browser: deep support for molecular biomedical research
ME Mangan, JM Williams, SM Lathe, D Karolchik, WC Lathe III
Biotechnology annual review 14, 63-108, 2008
292008
Comparative genome analysis of the mollicutes
T Dandekar, B Snel, S Schmidt, W Lathe, M Suyama, M Huynen, P Bork
Molecular biology and pathogenicity of mycoplasmas, 255-278, 2002
272002
Individual variation in protein-coding sequences of human genome
S Sunyaev, J Hanke, D Brett, A Aydin, I Zastrow, W Lathe, P Bork, J Reich
Advances in Protein Chemistry 54, 409-437, 2000
202000
OpenHelix: bioinformatics education outside of a different box
JM Williams, ME Mangan, C Perreault-Micale, S Lathe, N Sirohi, ...
Briefings in bioinformatics 11 (6), 598-609, 2010
172010
Global analysis of bacterial transcription factors to predict cellular target processes
T Doerks, MA Andrade, W Lathe 3rd, C von Mering, P Bork
Trends in Genetics 20 (3), 126-131, 2004
112004
Palindromic repetitive DNA elements with coding potential in Methanocaldococcus jannaschii
M Suyama, WC Lathe III, P Bork
FEBS letters 579 (24), 5281-5286, 2005
102005
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