Eric Davidson and Michael Levine
Chris Lee from UCLA holds such a course. Several interesting papers.
The Wnt signalling pathway is a major route by which the cell conveys information from its exterior to the nucleus. A gap in the sequence of signalling proteins has now been filled.
The author, Dr. Scott Frey from University of Oregon gave a lecture here hosted by Michael Arbib. An interesting paper.
interactome + transcriptome
retroposition has generated a significant number of new functional genes (retrogenes) in mammalian and invertebrate animal genomes.
distinct combinatorial sets of generic pre-mRNA splicing factors contribute to splicing outcome
simulation to study stability or robustness to small perturbations
thoughts about transcriptional regulatory network, motif, dynamics, ...
What can we do with this kind of traditional genetic map?
The Plasmodium protein network diverges from those of other eukaryotes
Mapping determinants of human gene expression by regional and genome-wide association. Vivian G. Cheung et al