Aug 06, 2007 · The knowledge gained from the avian genomes is not just applicable to bird species but offers a useful comparative tool that helps further research across many species. The study of the avian genomes is also shown to play an important role in the fields of agriculture and human health, e.g. in respect to avian influenza. Avian Genomics in Evolution, Agriculture, and Health. Edited by Jacqueline Smith and, Indrajit Nanda. Basel Switzerland and New York: Karger Publishers. $172.00. 404 p.; ill.; author index. 978‐3‐8055‐8338‐1. [Reprint of Cytogenetic and Genome Research.
Avian Genomics in Evolution, Agriculture and Health Article in Cytogenetic and Genome Research 1171-4 · January 2007 with 11 Reads How we measure 'reads'. A functional genomics approach to the study of avian innate immunity: Keeler, C.L., Jr. et al.; Evolutionary conservation of alternative splicing in chicken: Katyal, S. et al.; Immunology; Biotechnology and the chicken B cell line DT40: Bachl, J. et al.; Genomics of antiviral defenses in the duck, a natural host of influenza and hepatitis B viruses: MacDonald, M.R.W. et al.; Avian genomics.
Birds are a wonderfully diverse and accessible clade with an exceptional range of ecologies and behaviors, making the study of the avian major histocompatibility complex MHC of great interest. In the last 20 years, particularly with the advent of high-throughput sequencing, the avian MHC has been explored in great depth in several dimensions: its ability to explain ecological patterns in. Avian genomes furthermore show a remarkably high degree of evolutionary stasis at the levels of nucleotide sequence, gene synteny, and chromosomal structure. Despite this pattern of conservation.
Dec 12, 2014 · A direct comparison of 100-Mb orthologous genomic regions revealed more regions evolving slower than the neutral rate among birds Fig. 3C than mammals, which is consistent with the slower rate of avian mitochondrial sequence evolution. We predicted 3.2 million highly conserved elements HCEs at a resolution of 10 bp or greater spanning on average 7.5% of the avian genome,. It presents contributions from prominent experts at the intersection of avian biology and genomics, and offers an ideal introduction to the world of genomics for students, biologists and bird enthusiasts alike. The book begins with a historical perspective on how genomic technology was adopted by bird ecology and evolution research groups. 8 papers of the avian phylogenomics project published in a Science special issue; Collection of avian genomics papers published in BMC journals; Penguin genomes and a flock of bird data published in GigaScience; Comparative genomics study of 48 avian genomes published in Science; Phylogenomics study of 48 avian genomes published in Science. Jun 02, 2020 · Avian Influenza Avian influenza AI is caused by an influenza type A virus which can infect poultry such as chickens, turkeys, pheasants, quail, domestic ducks, geese, and guinea fowl and wild birds especially waterfowl. Jun 30, 2019 · Abstract. Avian genomics have long benefited from chicken being not only an important agricultural species but also a model organism for various fields of research including genetics, immunology, embryology and more recently vertebrate genome organisation and function.
This book reveals how the exciting toolbox of genomics offers new opportunities in all areas of avian biology. Written by experts working at the intersection of avian biology and genomics, it offers an ideal introduction to the world of genomics for students, biologists and bird enthusiasts alike. Allan Wilson Centre for Molecular Ecology and Evolution, School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland, New Zealand;. Bioinformatics and Genomics Programme, Centre for Genomic Regulation CRG, Spain. Brazilian Avian Genome Consortium, Brazil; College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona, USA. “Genomic Analyses of Avian Evolution” is a “state of the art” showcase of the varied and rapidly evolving fields of inquiry enabled and driven by powerful new methods of genome sequencing and assembly as they are applied to some of the world’s most familiar and charismatic organisms—birds. Using comparative genomics based on extensive searches of 60 avian genomes, we have found that birds lack approximately 274 protein coding genes that are present in the genomes of most vertebrate lineages and are for the most part organized in conserved syntenic clusters in non-avian. To the best of our knowledge, the Avian Phylogenomics Project is the biggest vertebrate comparative genomics project to date. The genomic data presented here is expected to accelerate further analyses in many fields, including phylogenetics, comparative genomics, evolution, neurobiology, development biology, and other related areas.
Avian genomes furthermore show a remarkably high degree of evolutionary stasis at the levels of nucleotide sequence, gene synteny, and chromosomal structure. Despite this pattern of conservation, we detected many non-neutral evolutionary changes in protein-coding genes and noncoding regions. May 16, 2019 · In 2008, a consortium led by the Agricultural Research Service ARS and the National Institute for Food and Agriculture NIFA published the “Blueprint for USDA Efforts in Agricultural Animal Genomics 2008–2017,” which served as a guiding document for research and funding in animal genomics. In the decade that followed, many of the goals set forth in the blueprint were accomplished. Comparative genomics reveals insights into avian genome evolution and adaptation Article PDF Available in Science 3466215:1311-1320 · December 2014 with 1,960 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The very real specter behind these warnings is, of course, avian flu. As the virus spreads through bird populations, governments have heeded the warnings of health officials and begun to cull infected flocks. More than 150 million birds have been killed so far, with further control efforts looming.
Introduction. Subtype AH9 avian influenza viruses AIVs circulate globally in wild avian species and are endemic in domestic poultry in many Asian, Middle Eastern and African countries [1,2].Despite its status as low pathogenic avian influenza LPAI, subtype AH9 presents a concern for both the agricultural and health sectors. Nov 23, 2016 · The Evolution of Agriculture and the Evolution of Genetics. Agricultural genomics has the potential to feed the world. The opportunity cannot be ignored. As a geneticist and agriculture investor, I think it is vital to dispel this myth. In addition, it is important to fully understand current agriculture challenges and practical considerations. Jul 24, 2015 · Among the influenza A viruses IAVs in wild aquatic birds, only H1, H2, and H3 subtypes have caused epidemics in humans. H1N1 viruses of avian origin have also caused 3 of 5 pandemics. To understand the reappearance of H1N1 in the context of pandemic emergence, we investigated whether avian H1N1 IAVs have contributed to the evolution of human, swine, and 2009 pandemic H1N1 IAVs. After a sharp decrease of influenza AH7N9 virus in China in 2018, highly pathogenic H7N9 viruses re-emerged in 2019. These H7N9 variants exhibited a new predominant subclade and had been cocirculating at a low level in eastern and northeastern China. Several immune escape mutations and antigenic drift were observed in H7N9 variants.
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