Category Archives: Studies & Datasets

Interpreting Large-Scale Phylogenetic Models of Mammal Class Diversification Based on Mitochondrial Biomarkers

Tommy Rodriguez Department of Research & Development, Pangaea Biosciences, Miami, FL, USA Email: trodriguez[@]pangaeabio.com Rodriguez, T. (2016). Interpreting Large- Scale Phylogenetic Models of Mammal Class Diversification Based on Mitochondrial Biomarkers. J Bioinfo Proteomics Rev 2(3): 1- 07. DOI: 10.15436/2381-0793.16.1181. Abstract This investigation reexamines mammal class diversification from a comparative phylogenetic perspective. By reconstructing a large-scale…
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Phylogenetic Reconstruction of Sixty-Two Distinct Mammalian Families Based on Complete mtDNA Sequences (17,240 bp)

Includes: Aotidae, Atelidae, Balaenidae, Balaenopteridae, Bathyergidae, Bradypodidae, Bovidae, Caenolestidae, Callitrichidae, Camelidae, Canidae, Castoridae, Cebidae, Cercopithecidae, Cervidae, Chinchillidae, Chlamyphoridae, Cricetidae, Dasypodidae, Delphinidae, Didelphidae, Dugongidae, Elephantidae, Equidae, Eupleridae, Felidae, Giraffidae, Herpestidae, Hippopotamidae, Hominidae, Hyaenidae, Indriidae, Iniidae, Kogiidae, Lemuridae, Leporidae, Lipotidae, Macropodidae, Megalonychidae, Muridae, Mustelidae, Myrmecophagidae, Ornithorhynchidae, Orycteropodidae, Otariidae, Phalangeridae, Phascolarctidae, Phocidae, Pitheciidae, Procyonidae, Physeteridae, Pteropodidae, Rhinocerotidae, Rhinolophidae,…
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Phylogenetic Considerations in the Evolutionary Development of Aminoglycoside Resistance Genes in Pathogenic Bacteria

Tommy Rodriguez Department of Research & Development, Pangaea Biosciences, Miami, FL, USA Email: trodriguez[@]pangaeabio.com Rodriguez, T. (2015): Phylogenetic Considerations in the Evolutionary Development of Aminoglycoside Resistance Genes in Pathogenic Bacteria. Annual Research & Review in Biology, ISSN: 2347-565X,Vol.: 9, Issue.: 2. DOI: 10.9734/ARRB/2016/22895. Abstract This study revisits antibiotic resistance as a source of evolutionary development…
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Identifying significant biological markers in Klotho gene variants across wide ranging taxonomy

Tommy Rodriguez Department of Research & Development, Pangaea Biosciences, Miami, FL, USA Email: trodriguez[@]pangaeabio.com Journal of Molecular Biology Research. doi: 10.5539/jmbr.v5n1p11 Abstract Biological aging is marked by progressively degenerative physiological change that causes damage to tissues and organs. Errors in biopolymers accumulate over time; mitochondrial dysfunction, telomere attrition, and wider genomic instability lead to an…
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KLOTHO protein sequences (sixteen species) FULL DATASET

Genomic data & Amino Acid composition Including: Heterocephalus glaber, Chinchilla lanigera, Ochotona princeps, Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus, Mesocricetus auratus, Peromyscus maniculatus bairdii, Microtus ochrogaster, Chrysochloris asiatica, Cricetulus griseus, Elephantulus edwardii, Ictidomys tridecemlineatus, Erinaceus europaeus, Condylura cristata, Octodon degus, Jaculus jaculus  
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