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Outbred Genome Sequencing and CRISPR/Cas9 Gene Editing in Butterflies
Smooth as Silk: Transcriptomic Study of Silkworms hints at the Genetic Basis of Silk Production
Stability, Stability, Stability: KIZ Researchers Take a Step into a Brave New World, Identifying Filia as a Novel Regulator of DNA Damage Repair and Genomic Stability in Stem Cells
DNA methylation increases the lifespan of humans
Ya-Ping Zhang’s research group develops online database for dog and wolf genomes
Research progress of phylogeography on scimitar babbler in Yang’s Lab
DBG2OLC—an ultra-efficient genome assembler for large genomes expected to significantly boost the adoptions of single molecule DNA sequencing technologies
Yaping Zhang’s research group has made progress in their research on Canine and Human evolution to high altitudes in the Qinghai Tibetan Plateau
Scientists find long intergenic non-coding RNAs genes and determine their roles in the domestications of pigs
Mapping out the evolution of Cancer/Testis Antigens in Primates
KIZ Researchers Confirm Recurrent Polyploidization in Chinese and Japanese Goldfish
A novel therapeutic target, HKDC1, in cancer treatment
Tibetan mastiffs equally adapted to high altitudes of Tibet
Figs, Wasps, Carrots and Sticks? A New Theoretical Approach to Understanding the Origin and Nature of Mutualisms and Symbiotic Relationships
Human-Carnivore Conflict in Northwestern Yunnan: Challenges and Opportunities of Conservation Projects in Modern China
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