Initiating the DNA barcoding of the Levant s marine biodiversity PERSEUS General Assembly GA

Paz, Guy
Yudkovsky, Yael
Douek, Jacob
Israel, Alvero
Lubinevsky, Hael
Karahan, Arzu
Rinkevich, Baruck


Revealing the history of Anatolian sheep domestication by using retrovirus integrations
Ayanoğlu, İhsan Cihan; Togan, İnci Zehra; Department of Biology (2013)
In the present study, it was aimed to contribute to the understanding of evolutionary history of sheep by using endogenous Jaagsiekte sheep retrovirus (enJSRV) integrations in 220 samples from 11 Turkish sheep breeds (Karayaka, Dağlıç, Kıvırcık, Sakız, Akkaraman, İvesi, Norduz, Karagül, Hemşin, Gökçeada and Morkaraman) and also in 30 samples from Anatolian wild sheep (Ovis gmelinii anatolica). Retrotypes of individuals were determined based on enJSRV integrations. The genetic distances between breeds were c...
Building Dicer1 regulation network of mouse liver hepatocytes
Ünsal, Şeyma; Beyge, Mahmut; Aydın Son, Yeşim (2012-06-29)
RNA induced gene silencing complex (RISC) has a role in many cellular processes which includes regulation of gene expression, immune response, cell differentiation and embryonic development. Dicer protein is a key regulator of these processes. Dicer1 specifically has central role in maturation of RISC substrate RNA and RISC assembly in mouse. Here the results of a microarray study that investigates the molecular level changes in dicer1 knockout mouse liver hepatocytes is re-analysed and the differentially r...
Kertil, Mahmut; Didis, M. Gozde; Erbaş, Ayhan Kürşat; Çetinkaya, Bülent (2011-07-15)
Investigating the cellular effects of the aldo-keto reductases AKR1B1 and AKR1B10 in HCT-116 colon cancer cells
Taskoparan, B.; Seza, E. G.; Ceyhan, M. S.; Banerjee, Sreeparna (2016-09-01)
Employing DNA barcoding as taxonomy and conservation tools for fish species censuses at the southeastern Mediterranean, a hot-spot area for biological invasion
Karahan, Arzu; PAZ, Guy; STERN, Nir; Kıdeyş, Ahmet Erkan; Goren, Menachem; RİNKEVİCH, Baruch (2017-04-01)
This study evaluates the utility of DNA barcoding (mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunit I; COI) as a biodiversity and conservation applied tool for identifying fish fauna from the southeastern Mediterranean (the continental coast of Israel), a hot-spot area for biological invasion, also with an eye to establish the foundation for follow-up studies that will use environmental DNA (eDNA) tracks of native and invasive species, and for the application of eDNA concepts and methodologies in nature conservatio...
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G. Paz et al., “Initiating the DNA barcoding of the Levant s marine biodiversity PERSEUS General Assembly GA,” 2014, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: