3 edition of Functional Analysis of Bacterial Genes found in the catalog.
January 30, 2001
Written in English
|Contributions||Wolfgang Schumann (Editor), S. Dusko Ehrlich (Editor), Naotake Ogasawara (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
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Functional Analysis of Bacterial Genes: A Practical Manual summarises the principles and the key methods used to analyse the function of genes in bacteria. Written by members of the Bacillus subtilis Functional Analysis Consortium, this book provides a guide to the many approaches for the systematic analysis of gene : Spiral-bound.
Functional Analysis of Bacterial Genes: A Practical Manual summarises the principles and the key methods used to analyse the function of genes in bacteria. Written by members of the Bacillus subtilis Functional Analysis Consortium, this book provides a guide to the many approaches for the systematic analysis of gene function.
Features include: * In-depth discussion of the theory and. Aims of the functional analysis project --In silico genome analysis --Inactivation of Bacillus subtilis genes without known functions --Analysis of Functional Analysis of Bacterial Genes book genes --Transcriptional analysis of large regions of the bacterial genome --Useful methods for transcriptional analysis --Northern blot analysis with non-RI detection systems --Micado, an integrative database dedicated to the functional analysis of Bacillus.
Foreword. Preface. Safety. Aims of the Functional Analysis Project (S. Ehrlich). In silico Genome Analysis (E. Rocha, et al.). Inactivation of Bacillus subtilis Genes Without Known Functions (V.
Vagner, et al.). Analysis of Essential Genes (E. Dervyn & S. Ehrlich). Transcriptional Analysis of Large Regions of the Bacterial Genome (R. Mellado). Genes with an annotation distance of zero are from the same functional group, while genes with an annotation distance of four are unconnected by annotation.
(E) Functional annotations for intra-process connections between essential operons present in the STRING Cited by: Jizhong Zhou is a Staff Scientist and science leader for the Microbial Genomics and Ecology section in the Environmental Sciences Division of Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
He is the author of more than 50 publications on molecular biology, microbial genomics, molecular evolution, microbial ecology, bioremediation, and theoretical ecology. Published: 20 March Microbial Ecology and Functional Diversity of Natural Habitats.
Phylogenetic and functional gene analysis of the bacterial and archaeal communities associated with the Cited by: Overall, although the bacterial functional structure was affected by wastewater types, the dominant bacterial functions in different WWTPs were similar.
Antibiotic and metal resistance genes analysisCited by: 9. An analysis of about 1, bacterial 16S rRNA gene sequences amplified from the community DNA revealed a broad diversity of bacteria representing 12 phyla and phylotypes (99% sequence identity Cited by: From the reviews: "‘Gene Function Analysis’ is volume of the ‘Methods in Molecular Biology’ series.
The aim of the book is to provide both in silico and laboratory methods for the functional analysis of the large amount of gene expression data generated from high throughput technologies such as microarrays.
1. Cell. Jun 2;(6) doi: / Epub May A Comprehensive, CRISPR-based Functional Analysis of Essential Genes in by: D.R. Brown, et atic functional analysis reveals that a set of seven genes is involved in fine-tuning of the multiple functions mediated by type IV pili in Neisseria meningitidis Infect.
Immun., 78 (), pp. Author: Kate Ligthart, Clara Belzer, Willem M. de Vos, Willem M. de Vos, Hanne L.P. Tytgat. This process allowed both comparative and functional genomics on an unprecedented scale by presenting powerful tools to investigate multiple layers of bacterial adaptation and evolution.
This book presents the application of genomic tools to examine bacterial adaptation. The emphasis is on data analysis and by: 1. The analysis of the abundance and community structure of functional genes involved in the biogeochemical cycling of N in forest soils offers an approach to directly link microbial groups to soil characteristics and ecosystem processes.
The majority of N entering ecosystems is biologically-derived from fixation of atmospheric N by: A Method for the Structure-Based, Genome-Wide Analysis of Bacterial Intergenic Sequences Identifies Shared Compositional and Functional Features. Genes10, AMA StyleAuthor: Leonardo Lenzini, Francesca Di Patti, Roberto Livi, Marco Fondi, Renato Fani, Alessio Mengoni.
The Handbook of Statistical Genomics focuses on explaining the main ideas, analysis methods and algorithms, citing key recent and historic literature for further details and references. It also includes a glossary of terms, acronyms and abbreviations, and features extensive cross-referencing between chapters, tying the different areas together.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA Vol. 96, pp. –, May Microbiology Toward functional genomics in bacteria: Analysis of gene expression in Escherichia coli from a bacterial artificial chromosome library of Bacillus cereus MICHELLE R.
RONDON,SANDRA J. RAFFEL,ROBERT M. GOODMAN*, AND JO HANDELSMAN Department of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Linden Cited by: Evolution in the bacterial and archaeal domains has been studied extensively based on species trees and gene trees [9,10].
Functional phylogenomics studies can uncover the evolution of cellular functions at an intermediate level between genes and species. Genes may evolve in parallel with species or in a divergent manner through horizontal gene transfers and gene losses.
Likewise, a cellular function Cited by: Metagenomics or functional metagenomics is the analysis of the collective genomes of a contaminated site retrieved directly from the samples without the limitations associated with lab-based cultivation or prior knowledge of the microbial communities (Riesenfeld et al., ; Eyers et al., b).
Metagenomics is also known as environmental. Microbial arsenite (As(III)) oxidation associated with nitrate (NO3–) reduction might be an important process in diminishing arsenic bioavailability and toxicity to rice when paddy soils are contaminated by arsenic. In a noncontaminated soil, however, the responses of bacterial communities and functional genes to As(III) under nitrate-reducing conditions are poorly understood.
In this study Cited by: 2. Chapters in Bacterial Cell Wall Homeostasis cover a variety of subjects, such as: modern microscopy techniques and other biophysical methods used to characterize the subcellular structure of the bacterial cell wall; high-throughput approaches that can be used to identify all the genes and proteins that participate in the correct functioning of.Bacteria possess a compact genome architecture distinct from eukaryotes in two important ways: bacteria show a strong correlation between genome size and number of functional genes in a genome, and those genes are structured into operons.
The main reason for the relative density of bacterial genomes compared to eukaryotic genomes (especially multicellular eukaryotes) is the presence of.Genes with an annotation distance of 0 are from the same functional group, while genes with an annotation distance of 4 are unconnected by annotation.
E) Functional annotations for intra-process connections between essential operons present in the STRING .