Nicoletta Archidiacono mostly deals with Genetics, Chromosome, Evolutionary biology, Centromere and Genome. Gene duplication, Chromosomal inversion, X chromosome, Molecular evolution and Chromosome 19 are among the areas of Genetics where the researcher is concentrating her efforts. Her study in Gene duplication is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Comparative genomic hybridization, Segmental duplication and Genomic organization.
Her Evolutionary biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Old World monkey, Karyotype and Phylogenetic tree. Nicoletta Archidiacono works in the field of Genome, namely Genome evolution. Her work carried out in the field of Genome evolution brings together such families of science as Genome project, Common chimpanzee, Whole genome sequencing and Reference genome.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Genetics, Chromosome, Centromere, Molecular biology and Evolutionary biology. All of her Genetics and X chromosome, Chromosome 22, Gene mapping, Gene and Karyotype investigations are sub-components of the entire Genetics study. Nicoletta Archidiacono studied Chromosome and DNA that intersect with Somatic Cell Hybrids.
The various areas that Nicoletta Archidiacono examines in her Centromere study include Molecular evolution and Genomic organization. Her research integrates issues of Gene expression, Southern blot, Ribosomal RNA, Chromosome 9 and Heterochromatin in her study of Molecular biology. Her Evolutionary biology study also includes
Nicoletta Archidiacono mainly focuses on Genetics, Evolutionary biology, Genome, Chromosome and Centromere. While working in this field, Nicoletta Archidiacono studies both Genetics and Sequence assembly. Her Evolutionary biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Neocentromere, Cercopithecini, Gene rearrangement and Human genetics.
The Genome study combines topics in areas such as DNA sequencing and Sequence. Her Chromosome research integrates issues from Homologous chromosome and Catarrhini. The concepts of her Centromere study are interwoven with issues in Bacterial artificial chromosome, Genomic organization, Molecular evolution, Segmental duplication and Gene duplication.
Her main research concerns Evolutionary biology, Genome, Genetics, Zoology and Chromosome. Nicoletta Archidiacono has researched Evolutionary biology in several fields, including Gene rearrangement, Comparative genomics, Pongo abelii and Rhesus macaque. Her Human genome study in the realm of Genome connects with subjects such as Effective population size.
Her work on Chimpanzee genome project and Genomic Structural Variation as part of general Human genome study is frequently linked to Western lowland gorilla, bridging the gap between disciplines. Genetics is integrated with Macaque and Sequence alignment in her research. Her research in the fields of Nomascus and Hylobates overlaps with other disciplines such as Arboreal locomotion and Hominidae.
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Initial sequence of the chimpanzee genome and comparison with the human genome
Tarjei S. Mikkelsen;LaDeana W. Hillier.
Comparative and demographic analysis of orang-utan genomes.
Gibbon genome and the fast karyotype evolution of small apes
Lucia Carbone;R. Alan Harris;Sante Gnerre;Krishna R. Veeramah;Krishna R. Veeramah.
Human-Specific Duplication and Mosaic Transcripts: The Recent Paralogous Structure of Chromosome 22
Jeffrey A. Bailey;Amy M. Yavor;Luigi Viggiano;Doriana Misceo.
American Journal of Human Genetics (2002)
Large-Scale Variation Among Human and Great Ape Genomes Determined by Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization
Devin P. Locke;Richard Segraves;Lucia Carbone;Nicoletta Archidiacono.
Genome Research (2003)
Centromere Emergence in Evolution
Mario Ventura;Nicoletta Archidiacono;Mariano Rocchi.
Genome Research (2001)
The common marmoset genome provides insight into primate biology and evolution
Kim C. Worley;Wesley C. Warren;Jeffrey Rogers;Devin Locke.
Nature Genetics (2014)
Comparative mapping of human alphoid sequences in great apes using fluorescence in situ hybridization
Nicoletta Archidiacono;Rachele Antonacci;Rosalia Marzella;Palma Finelli.
Recurrent Sites for New Centromere Seeding
Mario Ventura;Stefania Weigl;Lucia Carbone;Maria Francesca Cardone.
Genome Research (2004)
Centromere repositioning in mammals
M Rocchi;N Archidiacono;W Schempp;O Capozzi.
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