Take two neighboring cells from the same tissue—cells that are about as identical as any could be. Despite their similarities, these two cells could actually...


Check out the April issue of G3! Table of Contents Mutant Screen Report Identification of Genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae that Are Haploinsufficient for Overcoming Amino...


Constant mutation and shaping by natural selection can make the once-identical genomes of isolated populations of organisms very different from one another. This genetic divergence...


Check out the March issue of G3! Table of Contents Investigations Genomic Regions Associated with Tolerance to Freezing Stress and Snow Mold in Winter Wheat...


Off the coast of North America drifts a jellyfish that has unknowingly revolutionized molecular biology. Aequorea victoria produces green fluorescent protein (GFP), a substance that...


Check out the February issue of G3! Table of Contents Genome Report Genome Report: Identification and Validation of Antigenic Proteins from Pajaroellobacter abortibovis Using De...


February marks the launch of a crisp new look and improved navigation at the G3 website. Go check it out; we’re very proud of the design!...


The chicken is one of humanity’s closest and oldest allies. With a worldwide population in the billions, this former jungle fowl is one of the...


Deep within a tumor, sequestered from an adequate blood supply, a cancer cell grows and multiplies. Far beneath Earth’s surface, a microbe lives and thrives...


Misfolded proteins can be so toxic that they cause cell death. At least nine neurodegenerative disorders are caused by misfolded proteins with expanded stretches of...