Comparative genomics of Arabidopsis and maize: prospects and limitations

Brendel V, Kurtz S, Walbot V (2002)
Genome Biology 3(3).

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The completed Arabidopsis genome seems to be of limited value as a model for maize genomics. In addition to the expansion of repetitive sequences in maize and the lack of genomic micro-colinearity, maize-specific or highly-diverged proteins contribute to a predicted maize proteome of about 50,000 proteins, twice the size of that of Arabidopsis.
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Brendel V, Kurtz S, Walbot V. Comparative genomics of Arabidopsis and maize: prospects and limitations. Genome Biology. 2002;3(3).
Brendel, V., Kurtz, S., & Walbot, V. (2002). Comparative genomics of Arabidopsis and maize: prospects and limitations. Genome Biology, 3(3).
Brendel, V., Kurtz, S., and Walbot, V. (2002). Comparative genomics of Arabidopsis and maize: prospects and limitations. Genome Biology 3.
Brendel, V., Kurtz, S., & Walbot, V., 2002. Comparative genomics of Arabidopsis and maize: prospects and limitations. Genome Biology, 3(3).
V. Brendel, S. Kurtz, and V. Walbot, “Comparative genomics of Arabidopsis and maize: prospects and limitations”, Genome Biology, vol. 3, 2002.
Brendel, V., Kurtz, S., Walbot, V.: Comparative genomics of Arabidopsis and maize: prospects and limitations. Genome Biology. 3, (2002).
Brendel, Volker, Kurtz, Stefan, and Walbot, Virginia. “Comparative genomics of Arabidopsis and maize: prospects and limitations”. Genome Biology 3.3 (2002).
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