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Tracing the Origin, Spread, and Molecular Evolution of Zika Virus in Puerto Rico, 2016-2017. Santiago, Gilberto A.; Kalinich, Chaney C.; Cruz-Lopez, Fabiola; Gonzalez, Glenda L.; Flores, Betzab Report Nov 1, 2021 1591
Metabolic and Biomolecular Changes Induced by Incremental Long-Term Training in Young Thoroughbred Racehorses during First Workout Season. Miglio, Arianna; Cappelli, Katia; Capomaccio, Stefano; Mecocci, Samanta; Silvestrelli, Maurizio; Ant Report Feb 1, 2020 7116
September 1966: Alternative Life? Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Sep 1, 2016 148
Ebola virus evolution tracked by DNA. Yeager, Ashley Brief article Mar 7, 2015 197
As told by the egg: the story of fertilization, from the female point of view. Gaidos, Susan Sep 8, 2012 2855
Superbug's DNA reveals its past: Analysis tracks resistance to antibiotics and a vaccine. Saey, Tina Hesman Feb 26, 2011 504
Primordial soup served up cold: Icy baths may have nurtured earliest replicating molecules. Ehrenberg, Rachel Oct 23, 2010 340
Molecular phylogeny of the Sacoglossa, with a discussion of gain and loss of kleptoplasty in the evolution of the group. Maeda, Taro; Kajita, Tadashi; Maruyama, Tadashi; Hirano, Yoshiaki Report Aug 1, 2010 5742
Using the NCBI genome databases to compare the genes for human & chimpanzee beta hemoglobin. Offner, Susan Report Apr 1, 2010 1737
The Y chromosome. Offner, Susan Apr 1, 2010 3602
Popgen fishbowl: a free online simulation model of microevolutionary processes. Jones, Thomas C.; Laughlin, Thomas F. Report Feb 1, 2010 3147
Molecular evolution: investigating the genetic books of life reveals new details of 'descent with modification' and the forces driving it. Saey, Tina Hesman Jan 31, 2009 2856
Evoecotoxicology: the science concerned with the register in living organisms of the interactions with chemical and physical agents during the evolutionary process. Herkovits, Jorge Sep 22, 2006 5889
Introducing molecular life science students to model building using computer simulations. Janssen, Fred Jun 22, 2006 7035
Gill anatomy and the evolution of symbiosis in the bivalve family Thyasiridae. Dufour, Suzanne C. Jun 1, 2005 6026
A new deepwater species of Stauromedusae, Lucernaria janetae (Cnidaria, Staurozoa, Lucernariidae), and a preliminary investigation of stauromedusan phylogeny based on nuclear and mitochondrial rDNA data. Collins, Allen G.; Daly, Marymegan Jun 1, 2005 5871
Mutations in putative mutator genes of Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains of the W-Beijing family. (Research). Gicquel, Brigitte Jul 1, 2003 5918
Planetary environments and the origin of life. Chang, Sherwood Jun 1, 1999 1519
The molecular tangled bank: not seeing the phylogenies for the trees. Margulis, Lynn; Dolan, Michael; Guerrero, Ricardo Jun 1, 1999 1322
Evolutionary origins of fish antifreeze. Mlot, Christine Apr 19, 1997 596
Origin and recent endemic divergence of a Caspian Mysis species flock with affinities to the "glacial relict" crustaceans in boreal lakes. Vainola, Risto Dec 1, 1995 6917
Ruminations on how enzymes evolved. Kaiser, Jocelyn Brief Article Mar 4, 1995 494
Exchangeable models from population genetics. Gillespie, John H. Aug 1, 1994 8367
Tricks to make DNA beget DNA. May 28, 1994 574
Evolving RNA with enzyme-like action. Brief Article Aug 14, 1993 345
Evolution in a test tube: harnessing Darwin's theory to design new molecules. Schmidt, Karen F. Aug 7, 1993 2216
The molecular clock and the relationship between population size and generation time. Lin Chao; Carr, David E. Apr 1, 1993 2265
Algae containing chlorophylls a + c are paraphyletic: molecular evolutionaryanalysis of the Chromophyta. Bhattacharya, Debashish; Medlin, Linda; Wainright, Patricia O.; Ariztia, Edgardo V.; Bibeau, Claude; Dec 1, 1992 5699
Recreating prehistoric enzymes. Raloff, Janet May 5, 1990 186
Taking proteins for a walk: mathematical mountains offer sweeping views of evolution. Amato, Ivan Jan 13, 1990 2114
Tics in the tocks of molecular clocks; comparing the DNA, RNA and proteins of different species may reveal the entire tree of life, but obstacles are emerging. Amato, Ivan Jan 31, 1987 1207
Clue to life's cellular origins. Raloff, Janet Aug 2, 1986 386

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