Warren (Trey) Lathe
Warren (Trey) Lathe
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TitleCited byYear
Prediction of deleterious human alleles
S Sunyaev, V Ramensky, I Koch, W Lathe III, AS Kondrashov, P Bork
Human molecular genetics 10 (6), 591-597, 2001
11812001
Predicting protein function by genomic context: quantitative evaluation and qualitative inferences
M Huynen, B Snel, W Lathe, P Bork
Genome research 10 (8), 1204-1210, 2000
5202000
Gene context conservation of a higher order than operons
W Lathe, B Snel, P Bork
Trends in Biochemical Sciences 25 (10), 474-479, 2000
2362000
Are retrotransposons long-term hitchhikers?
WD Burke, HS Malik, WC Lathe, TH Eickbush
Nature 392 (6672), 141-142, 1998
1041998
SNP frequencies in human genes: an excess of rare alleles and differing modes of selection
SR Sunyaev, WC Lathe Iii, VE Ramensky, P Bork
Trends in Genetics 16 (8), 335-337, 2000
972000
Exploitation of gene context
M Huynen, B Snel, W Lathe III, P Bork
Current opinion in structural biology 10 (3), 366-370, 2000
932000
Integration of genome data and protein structures: prediction of protein folds, protein interactions and ‘molecular phenotypes’ of single nucleotide polymorphisms
S Sunyaev, W Lathe, P Bork
Current opinion in structural biology 11 (1), 125-130, 2001
612001
Evolution of tuf genes: ancient duplication, differential loss and gene conversion
WC Lathe, P Bork
FEBS letters 502 (3), 113-116, 2001
562001
Evolutionary stability of the R1 retrotransposable element in the genus Drosophila.
WC Lathe 3rd, WD Burke, DG Eickbush, TH Eickbush
Molecular biology and evolution 12 (6), 1094-1105, 1995
471995
A single lineage of r2 retrotransposable elements is an active, evolutionarily stable component of the Drosophila rDNA locus.
WC Lathe 3rd, TH Eickbush
Molecular biology and evolution 14 (12), 1232-1241, 1997
451997
R1 and R2 retrotransposable elements of Drosophila evolve at rates similar to those of nuclear genes.
DG Eickbush, WC Lathe, MP Francino, TH Eickbush
Genetics 139 (2), 685-695, 1995
421995
Genomic data resources: challenges and promises.
W Lathe, J Williams, M Mangan, D Karolchik
402008
Evolution of R1 and R2 in the rDNA units of the genus Drosophila
TH Eickbush, WD Burke, DG Eickbush, WC Lathe
Evolution and Impact of Transposable Elements, 49-61, 1997
341997
The UCSC genome browser: what every molecular biologist should know
ME Mangan, JM Williams, RM Kuhn, WC Lathe III
Current protocols in molecular biology 88 (1), 19.9. 1-19.9. 28, 2009
29*2009
UCSC genome browser: deep support for molecular biomedical research
ME Mangan, JM Williams, SM Lathe, D Karolchik, WC Lathe III
Biotechnology annual review 14, 63-108, 2008
282008
Individual variation in protein-coding sequences of human genome
S Sunyaev, J Hanke, D Brett, A Aydin, I Zastrow, W Lathe, P Bork, J Reich
Advances in protein chemistry 54, 409-437, 2000
192000
Comparative genome analysis of the mollicutes
T Dandekar, B Snel, S Schmidt, W Lathe, M Suyama, M Huynen, P Bork
Molecular biology and pathogenicity of mycoplasmas, 255-278, 2002
172002
OpenHelix: bioinformatics education outside of a different box
JM Williams, ME Mangan, C Perreault-Micale, S Lathe, N Sirohi, ...
Briefings in bioinformatics 11 (6), 598-609, 2010
152010
Global analysis of bacterial transcription factors to predict cellular target processes
T Doerks, MA Andrade, W Lathe 3rd, C von Mering, P Bork
Trends in Genetics 20 (3), 126-131, 2004
112004
Palindromic repetitive DNA elements with coding potential in Methanocaldococcus jannaschii
M Suyama, WC Lathe III, P Bork
FEBS letters 579 (24), 5281-5286, 2005
102005
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