From Sex, Genes and Evolution, a story of publishing in PLoS Open Access Journal:
My lab has taken its initial journey on the PLoS ONE train.
Yesterday, our paper entitled “An Expanded Inventory of Conserved Meiotic Genes Provides Evidence for Sex in Trichomonas vaginalis” was published in PLoS ONE. It’s a updated and detailed report on the ongoing work in my lab to generate and curate an “inventory” of genes involved in meiosis that are present across major eukaryotic lineages. This paper focuses on the protist, Trichomonas vaginalis, an organism not known to have a sexual phase in its life cycle.
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