His primary scientific interests are in Genetics, Major histocompatibility complex, Gene, Human leukocyte antigen and Allele. His Genetics and MHC class I, Haplotype, Locus, Genetic variation and Human genome investigations all form part of his Genetics research activities. His Major histocompatibility complex research includes themes of Rhesus macaque, Database and Primate.
His work on Homology, Chimpanzee genome project, Histone and Recombination hotspot is typically connected to PRDM9 as part of general Gene study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Human leukocyte antigen research integrates issues from Sequence alignment, Intron and Library science. In his work, Sequence analysis is strongly intertwined with Exon, which is a subfield of Allele.
Ronald E. Bontrop mostly deals with Genetics, Major histocompatibility complex, Gene, Allele and Haplotype. Genetics is closely attributed to Macaque in his work. His Major histocompatibility complex research incorporates themes from Human genetics and Simian immunodeficiency virus.
His Gene course of study focuses on Evolutionary biology and New World monkey, NFIX and DNA methylation. Ronald E. Bontrop has researched Allele in several fields, including Genotyping, Sequence analysis, Mitochondrial DNA and MHC class II. His Haplotype study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phylogenetic tree, Microsatellite, Pseudogene, Typing and Genetic variation.
Ronald E. Bontrop mainly focuses on Gene, Allele, Major histocompatibility complex, Evolutionary biology and Genetics. His study in the field of Copy-number variation, Pseudogene, DNA methylation and Phenotype is also linked to topics like Vocal tract. His research investigates the connection between Allele and topics such as MHC class II that intersect with problems in Chromosome.
His studies deal with areas such as Human leukocyte antigen and DNA sequencing as well as Major histocompatibility complex. His research in the fields of Histocompatibility overlaps with other disciplines such as Bonobo. His Genetics research integrates issues from Animal model and Macaque.
His primary areas of investigation include Gene, Major histocompatibility complex, Copy-number variation, Allele and Genetics. His NFIX, Phenotype, DNA methylation and Methylation study in the realm of Gene connects with subjects such as Vocal tract. He studies Major histocompatibility complex, focusing on MHC class I in particular.
Ronald E. Bontrop studied Copy-number variation and Rhesus macaque that intersect with Pongo abelii, Primate and Pongo pygmaeus. Ronald E. Bontrop specializes in Allele, namely Haplotype. Exon is the focus of his Genetics research.
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Nomenclature for factors of the HLA system, 2010.
S G. E. Marsh;E. D. Albert;W. F. Bodmer;R. E. Bontrop.
Tissue Antigens (2010)
Nomenclature for factors of the HLA system, 1995
J G Bodmer;S G Marsh;Albert;W F Bodmer.
Human Immunology (1995)
Intra- and interspecific variation in primate gene expression patterns
Wolfgang Enard;Philipp Khaitovich;Joachim Klose;Sebastian Zöllner.
IMGT/HLA and IMGT/MHC: sequence databases for the study of the major histocompatibility complex
James Robinson;Matthew J. Waller;Peter Parham;Natasja de Groot.
Nucleic Acids Research (2003)
Nomenclature for factors of the HLA system, 2004
Steven G.E. Marsh;E. D. Albert;W. F. Bodmer;R. E. Bontrop.
International Journal of Immunogenetics (2005)
Great ape genetic diversity and population history
Javier Prado-Martinez;Peter H. Sudmant;Jeffrey M. Kidd;Jeffrey M. Kidd;Heng Li.
Nomenclature for the major histocompatibility complexes of different species: a proposal
Jan Klein;Ronald E. Bontrop;Roger L. Dawkins;Henry A. Erlich.
Drive Against Hotspot Motifs in Primates Implicates the PRDM9 Gene in Meiotic Recombination
Simon Myers;Simon Myers;Rory Bowden;Rory Bowden;Afidalina Tumian;Ronald E. Bontrop.
Diversity of microRNAs in human and chimpanzee brain.
Eugene Berezikov;Fritz Thuemmler;Linda W van Laake;Ivanela Kondova.
Nature Genetics (2006)
Virus-specific cytotoxic T-lymphocyte responses select for amino-acid variation in simian immunodeficiency virus Env and Nef.
David T. Evans;David T. Evans;David H. O'Connor;Peicheng Jing;John L. Dzuris.
Nature Medicine (1999)
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