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Stanislaw Cebrat
Stanislaw Cebrat
Profesor genetyki Uniwersytet Wroc³awski
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Where does bacterial replication start? Rules for predicting the oriC region
P Mackiewicz, J Zakrzewska-Czerwińska, A Zawilak, MR Dudek, S Cebrat
Nucleic acids research 32 (13), 3781-3791, 2004
2202004
The relationships between the isoelectric point and: length of proteins, taxonomy and ecology of organisms
J Kiraga, P Mackiewicz, D Mackiewicz, M Kowalczuk, P Biecek, N Polak, ...
BMC genomics 8, 1-16, 2007
1972007
Flip-flop around the origin and terminus of replication in prokaryotic genomes
P Mackiewicz, D Mackiewicz, M Kowalczuk, S Cebrat
Genome biology 2, 1-4, 2001
752001
How does replication-associated mutational pressure influence amino acid composition of proteins?
P Mackiewicz, A Gierlik, M Kowalczuk, MR Dudek, S Cebrat
Genome research 9 (5), 409-416, 1999
741999
DNA asymmetry and the replicational mutational pressure
M Kowalczuk, P Mackiewicz, D Mackiewicz, A Nowicka, M Dudkiewicz, ...
Journal of Applied Genetics 42 (4), 553-577, 2001
632001
Identification of a putative chromosomal replication origin from Helicobacter pylori and its interaction with the initiator protein DnaA
A Zawilak, S Cebrat, P Mackiewicz, A Król-Hulewicz, D Jakimowicz, ...
Nucleic Acids Research 29 (11), 2251-2259, 2001
582001
Is there replication-associated mutational pressure in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome?
A Gierlik, M Kowalczuk, P Mackiewicz, MR Dudek, S Cebrat
Journal of Theoretical Biology 202 (4), 305-314, 2000
562000
Random deaths in a computational model for age-structured populations
JSS Martins, S Cebrat
Theory in Biosciences 119 (2), 156-165, 2000
522000
Distribution of recombination hotspots in the human genome–a comparison of computer simulations with real data
D Mackiewicz, PMC de Oliveira, S Moss de Oliveira, S Cebrat
PloS one 8 (6), e65272, 2013
512013
Origin and properties of non-coding ORFs in the yeast genome
P Mackiewicz, M Kowalczuk, A Gierlik, MR Dudek, S Cebrat
Nucleic acids research 27 (17), 3503-3509, 1999
511999
Asymmetry of coding versus noncoding strand in coding sequences of different genomes
S Cebrat, MR DUDEK, P Mackiewicz, M Kowalczuk, M Fita
Microbial & Comparative Genomics 2 (4), 259-268, 1997
471997
How many protein‐coding genes are there in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome?
P Mackiewicz, M Kowalczuk, D Mackiewicz, A Nowicka, M Dudkiewicz, ...
Yeast 19 (7), 619-629, 2002
432002
High correlation between the turnover of nucleotides under mutational pressure and the DNA composition
M Kowalczuk, P Mackiewicz, D Mackiewicz, A Nowicka, M Dudkiewicz, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 1, 1-8, 2001
402001
Evolution rates of genes on leading and lagging DNA strands
D Szczepanik, P Mackiewicz, M Kowalczuk, A Gierlik, A Nowicka, ...
Journal of molecular evolution 52, 426-433, 2001
342001
Total number of coding open reading frames in the yeast genome
M Kowalczuk, P Mackiewicz, A Gierlik, MR Dudek, S Cebrat
Yeast 15 (11), 1031-1034, 1999
341999
Why do Women Live Longer than Men? A Monte Carlo Simulation of Penna-type Models with X and Y Chromosomes.
J Schneider, S Cebrat, D Stauffer
International Journal of Modern Physics C: Computational Physics & Physical …, 1998
331998
The role of the genetic code in generating new coding sequences inside existing genes
S Cebrat, P Mackiewicz, MR Dudek
Biosystems 45 (2), 165-176, 1998
331998
The role of intragenomic recombination rate in the evolution of population's genetic pool
M Zawierta, P Biecek, W Waga, S Cebrat
Theory in Biosciences 125, 123-132, 2007
312007
Mechanisms generating long-range correlation in nucleotide composition of the Borrelia burgdorferi genome
P Mackiewicz, A Gierlik, M Kowalczuk, D Szczepanik, MR Dudek, ...
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 273 (1-2), 103-115, 1999
301999
The differential killing of genes by inversions in prokaryotic genomes
P Mackiewicz, D Mackiewicz, A Gierlik, M Kowalczuk, A Nowicka, ...
Journal of molecular evolution 53, 615-621, 2001
272001
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