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  • TLR9 provokes inflammation in response to fetal DNA: mechanism for fetal loss in preterm birth and preeclampsia. 

    O'LEARY, JOHN; MARTIN, CARA; O'NEILL, LUKE; DOYLE, BRENDAN; ABRAHAMSON, DAVID; CARPENTER, SUSAN (Journal of Immunology, 2012-06-01)
  • Function and evolution of genes in the human protein interaction network 

    Pérez-Bercoff, Åsa (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Genetics, 2012)
    The research conducted for this thesis aims to elucidate how the human protein interaction network has evolved, and how protein interactions influence the spatial organisation of the metabolic network. The thesis presents ...
  • Evolution of vertebrate genome organisation 

    McLysaght, Aoife (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Genetics, 2002)
    The increasing availability of genomic sequences from different vertebrate organisms affords molecular biologists the opportunity to thoroughly investigate phenomena that were only hinted at by more sparse data. The work ...
  • Genetic investigation of Irish ancestry and surname history 

    McEvoy, Brian Patrick (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Genetics, 2005)
    Several genetic systems were employed in this study to investigate Ireland’s pre-history and history. Initially Irish origins were examined using mtDNA sequence variation in 200 new samples coupled with an extensive novel ...
  • Different patterns of gain and loss in genomic evolution 

    González Knowles, David (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Genetics, 2008)
    Evolutionary forces may act on the genome at different levels, from the change of single nucleotides to the duplication or rearrangement of whole chromosomes. Some of these evolutionary processes can be responsible for ...

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