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    • The Ectocarpus Genome and Brown Algal Genomics. The Ectocarpus Genome Consortium 

      Cock, J. M.; Sterck, L.; Ahmed, S.; Allen, A. E.; Amoutzias, G.; Anthouard, V.; Artiguenave, F.; Arun, A.; Aury, J. M.; Badger, J. H.; Beszteri, B.; Billiau, K.; Bonnet, E.; Bothwell, J. H.; Bowler, C.; Boyen, C.; Brownlee, C.; Carrano, C. J.; Charrier, B.; Cho, G. Y.; Coelho, S. M.; Collén, J.; Le Corguillé, G.; Corre, E.; Dartevelle, L.; Da Silva, C.; Delage, L.; Delaroque, N.; Dittami, S. M.; Doulbeau, S.; Elias, M.; Farnham, G.; Gachon, C. M. M.; Godfroy, O.; Gschloessl, B.; Heesch, S.; Jabbari, K.; Jubin, C.; Kawai, H.; Kimura, K.; Kloareg, B.; Küpper, F. C.; Lang, D.; Le Bail, A.; Luthringer, R.; Leblanc, C.; Lerouge, P.; Lohr, M.; Lopez, P. J.; Macaisne, N.; Martens, C.; Maumus, F.; Michel, G.; Miranda-Saavedra, D.; Morales, J.; Moreau, H.; Motomura, T.; Nagasato, C.; Napoli, C. A.; Nelson, D. R.; Nyvall-Collén, P.; Peters, A. F.; Pommier, C.; Potin, P.; Poulain, J.; Quesneville, H.; Read, B.; Rensing, S. A.; Ritter, A.; Rousvoal, S.; Samanta, M.; Samson, G.; Schroeder, D. C.; Scornet, D.; Ségurens, B.; Strittmatter, M.; Tonon, T.; Tregear, J. W.; Valentin, K.; Von Dassow, P.; Yamagishi, T.; Rouzé, P.; Van de Peer, Y.; Wincker, P. (2012)
      Brown algae are important organisms both because of their key ecological roles in coastal ecosystems and because of the remarkable biological features that they have acquired during their unusual evolutionary history. The ...
    • Evaluation and Properties of the Budding Yeast Phosphoproteome 

      Amoutzias, G. D.; He, Y.; Lilley, K. S.; Van de Peer, Y.; Oliver, S. G. (2012)
      We have assembled a reliable phosphoproteomic data set for budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and have investigated its properties. Twelve publicly available phosphoproteome data sets were triaged to obtain a subset ...
    • Posttranslational regulation impacts the fate of duplicated genes 

      Amoutzias, G. D.; He, Y.; Gordon, J.; Mossialos, D.; Oliver, S. G.; Van de Peer, Y. (2010)
      Gene and genome duplications create novel genetic material on which evolution can work and have therefore been recognized as a major source of innovation for many eukaryotic lineages. Following duplication, the most likely ...