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Journal Article (14)

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Ebner, B.; Panopoulou, G.; Vinogradov, S. N.; Kiger, L.; Marden, M. C.; Burmester, T.; Hankeln, T.: The globin gene family of the cephalochordate amphioxus: implications for chordate globin evolution. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10, p. 10:370 - 10:370 (2010)
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Groth, D.; Hartmann, S.; Friemel, M.; Hill, N.; Muller, S.; Poustka, A. J.; Panopoulou, G.: Data integration using scanners with SQL output--the bioscanners project at sourceforge. Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics 7 (3), p. e122 - e122 (2010)
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Hufton, A. L.; Mathia, S.; Braun, H.; Georgi, U.; Lehrach, H.; Vingron, M.; Poustka, A. J.; Panopoulou, G.: Deeply conserved chordate noncoding sequences preserve genome synteny but do not drive gene duplicate retention. Genome Resaerch 19, pp. 2036 - 2051 (2009)
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Kühn, C.; Wierling, C.; Kühn, A.; Klipp, E.; Panopoulou, G.; Lehrach, H.; Poustka, A. J.: Monte-Carlo analysis of an ODE Model of the Sea Urchin Endomesoderm Network. BMC Systems Biology 3, p. 83 - 83 (2009)
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Hufton, A. L.; Groth, D.; Vingron, M.; Lehrach, H.; Poustka, A. J.; Panopoulou, G.: Early vertebrate whole genome duplications were predated by a period of intense genome rearrangement. Genome Research 18 (10), pp. 1582 - 1591 (2008)
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Groth, D.; Hartmann, S.; Panopoulou, G.; Poustka, A. J.; Hennig, S.: GOblet: annotation of anonymous sequence data with Gene Ontology and pathway terms. Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics 5 (2), p. 104 - 104 (2008)
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Hecht, J.; Stricker, S.; Wiecha, U.; Stiege, A.; Panopoulou, G.; Podsiadlowski, L.; Poustka, A. J.; Dieterich, C.; Ehrich, S.; Suvorova, J. et al.; Mundlos, S.; Seitz, V.: Evolution of a core gene network for skeletogenesis in chordates. PLoS Genetics 4 (3), p. e1000025 - e1000025 (2008)
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Poustka, A. J.; Kühn, A.; Groth, D.; Weise, V.; Yaguchi, S.; Burke, R. D.; Herwig, R.; Lehrach, H.; Panopoulou, G.: A global view of gene expression in lithium and zinc treated sea urchin embryos: new components of gene regulatory networks. Genome Biology 8 (5), p. R85 - R85 (2007)
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Panopoulou, G.; Poustka, A. J.: Timing and mechanism of ancient vertebrate genome duplications – the adventure of a hypothesis. Trend in Genetics (Amsterdam) 21, pp. 559 - 567 (2005)
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Poustka, A. J.; Kühn, A.; Radosavljevic, V.; Wellenreuther, R.; Lehrach, H.; Panopoulou, G.: On the origin of the chordate central nervous system: expression of onecut in the sea urchin embryo. Evolution and Development 6 (4), pp. 227 - 236 (2004)
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Minguillon, C.; Jimenez-Delgado, S.; Panopoulou, G.; Garcia-Fernandez, J.: The amphioxus Hairy family: differential fate after duplication. Development 130 (24), pp. 5903 - 5914 (2003)
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Poustka, A. J.; Groth, D.; Hennig, S.; Thamm, S.; Cameron, A.; Beck, A.; Reinhardt, R.; Herwig, R.; Panopoulou, G.; Lehrach, H.: Generation, annotation, evolutionary analysis, and database integration of 20,000 unique sea urchin EST clusters. Genome Research 13 (12), pp. 2736 - 2746 (2003)
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Stricker, S.; Poustka, A. J.; Wiecha, U.; Stiege, A.; Hecht, J.; Panopoulou, G.; Vilcinskas, A.; Mundlos, S.; Seitz, V.: A single amphioxus and sea urchin runt-gene suggests that runt-gene duplications occurred in early chordate evolution. Developmental and Comparative Immunology 27 (8), pp. 673 - 684 (2003)
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Panopoulou, G.; Hennig, S.; Groth, D.; Krause, A.; Poustka, A. J.; Herwig, R.; Vingron, M.; Lehrach, H.: New evidence for genome-wide duplications at the origin of vertebrates using an amphioxus gene set and completed animal genomes. Genome Research 13 (6), pp. 1056 - 1066 (2003)

Book Chapter (1)

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Book Chapter
Hennig, S.; Panopoulou, G.; Lehrach, H.; Poustka, A.: Comparative expressed sequence tag analysis. In: Analysing Gene Expression: A handbook of methods. Possibilities and pitfalls, pp. 770 - 777 (Eds. Lorkowski, S.; Cullen, P.). Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (2002)
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