Latest Publications (IPM affiliated researchers Bold):

Besenbacher S, Liu S, Izarzugaza JMG, Grove J, Belling K, Bork-Jensen J, Huang S, Als TD, Li S, Yadav R, Rubio-García A, Lescai F, Demontis D, Rao J, Ye W, Mailund T, Friborg RM, Pedersen CNS, Sun RJ, Liu  H, Wang O, Cheng X, Flores D, Rydza E, Rapacki  K, Sørensen JD, Chmura P, Westergaard D, Dworzynski P, Sørensen TIA, Lund O, Hansen T, Xu X, Li N, Bolund L, Pedersen L, Eiberg H, Krogh A, Børglum AD, Brunak S, Kristiansen K, Schierup MK, Wang J, Gupta R, Villesen R, Rasmussen S. Novel variation, de novo mutation rates and population-wide de novo assembly from Danish trios. Nature Communications 2014.

Summaries (Eng/Danish)
A complete mapping of the whole genome, including approximately 3 billion letters (nucleotides) in 10 Danish families of father-mother-child has revealed a much greater variation between individuals that hitherto presumed, and formation of new variants between the two generations have been estimated to 73 ‘letters’ and 9 insertions or deletions of small series of ‘letters’ per newborn.

En komplet kortlægning af hele DNA-stregen med ca. 3 milliarder ’bogstaver’ i 10 danske familier af far-mor-barn har afsløret en betydelig større variation mellem personerne af forskellig slags end hidtil antaget, og nydannelsen af variation i DNA strengen fra den ene generation til den næste har kunnet beregnes til ca. 73 nye udskiftninger af et enkelt ’bogstav’ og 9 nye indsættelser eller udtagelser af små serie af ’bogstaver’ per nyfødt.




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