Computational and Systems Biology

Computational and Systems Biology

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    Genetics: From mouse to human

    Arya Mani
    A deep analysis of multiple genomic datasets reveals which genetic pathways associated with atherosclerosis and coronary artery disease are shared between mice and humans.
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    Shared and distinct pathways and networks genetically linked to coronary artery disease between human and mouse

    Zeyneb Kurt, Jenny Cheng ... Xia Yang
    Cross-species multiomics network modeling revealed tissue-specific regulatory genes, pathways, and networks shared between mouse and human or unique to each species for atherosclerosis and coronary artery disease.
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    2. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    Candida albicans exhibits heterogeneous and adaptive cytoprotective responses to antifungal compounds

    Vanessa Dumeaux, Samira Massahi ... Michael T Hallett
    Candida albicans cells respond in two distinct ways to fluconazole exposure where cells enter the Ribo-dominant state characterized by an upregulation of ribosomal-related proteins and processes, or cells enter the Stress-dominant state characterized by the upregulation of stress responses.
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    Detection of new pioneer transcription factors as cell-type specific nucleosome binders

    Yunhui Peng, Wei Song ... Anna R. Panchenko
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    2. Immunology and Inflammation

    Quantitative analyses of T cell motion in tissue reveals factors driving T cell search in tissues

    David J Torres, Paulus Mrass ... Judy L Cannon
    The analysis of T cell movement in multiple tissues (lymph node, villi, and lung under two different inflammatory conditions) sheds new light on how T cells navigate different tissue environments to improve immunity and search processes.

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