Bioinformatics and Genomics

Editors' Picks

The complete mitochondrial genome of stag beetle Lucanus cervus (Coleoptera: Lucanidae) and phylogenetic analysis
Jia-Yong Zhang –– This study reported the mitochondrial genome of the stag beetle Lucanus cervus.
Levels of toothache-related interests of Google and YouTube users from developed and developing countries over time
Abhiram Maddi –– This may be one of the first articles related to tooth ache and search habits of users of Google and YouTube. The methods used in the study are unique and may be universally applied for gathering data related to user habits for educational study. This would be very helpful in understanding behaviors of patients with specific oral disorders by dentists, policy makers and marketing firms.
Introgression between ecologically distinct species following increased salinity in the Colorado Delta- Worldwide implications for impacted estuary diversity
Therese Markow –– It's a first and the data are very strong/
Genome-wide identification of ABA receptor PYL family and expression analysis of PYLs in response to ABA and osmotic stress in Gossypium
Pankaj Jaiswal –– It contributes to PYL gene family annotation in cotton.
VSEARCH: a versatile open source tool for metagenomics
Tomas Hrbek –– Potential applications span many disparate fields of science.
Bioinformatics and Genomics

Section discussions

The transferability of microsatellite loci from a homoploid to a polyploid hybrid complex: an example from fine-leaved Festuca species (Poaceae) @thePeerJ

An article I handled as editor has been published today @PeerJCompSci #Bioinformatics #DataMiningandMachineLearning

Good news in dark times: our new paper on wolf-sized otter (Sivaonyx) and leopard-sized wolverine (Plesiogulo) from early Pliocene of Langebaanweeg (South Africa) is published! #Paleontology #Taxonomy @CoE_Palaeo @Iziko_Museums @UCT_news Art:Maggie Newman

Status of coral reefs in Antigua & Barbuda: using data to inform management @thePeerJ

Mountain goat survival and mortality during a period of increased puma abundance in the Black Hills, South Dakota @thePeerJ

Otra importante contribución al conocimiento de la ictiofauna neotropical publicado hoy en @thePeerJ: Evolución tectónica de la Cordillera de los Andes y su efecto en la diversificación del género Pseudopimelodus: @ #Biogeography #FreshwaterBiology