Most viewed Genetics articles in July 2015

Catch up with the most viewed articles from Frontiers in Genetics this July. All are Open Access – enjoy!

Identifying critical differentiation state of MCF-7 cells for breast cancer by dynamical network biomarkers
Pei Chen, Rui Liu, Kazuyuki Aihara*, and Luonan Chen*

Functional characterization of drought-responsive modules and genes in Oryza sativa: a network-based approach
Sanchari Sircar, and Nita Parekh*

Heating and ultraviolet light activate anti-stress gene functions in humans
Victor F. Semenkov*, Anatoli I. Michalski, and Alexander M. Sapozhnikov

Control of competence by related non-coding csRNAs in Streptococcus pneumoniae R6
Anke Laux, Anne Sexauer, Dineshan Sivaselvarajah, Anne Kaysen, and Reinhold Brückner*

Evaluation of GWAS candidate susceptibility loci for uterine leiomyoma in the multi-ethnic NIEHS uterine fibroid study
Brahim Aissani*, Kui Zhang, and Howard Wiener

Remote homology and the functions of metagenomic dark matter
Briallen Lobb, Daniel A. Kurtz, Gabriel Moreno-Hagelsieb, and Andrew C. Doxey*

Mir-23a impairs bone differentiation in osteosarcoma via down-regulation of GJA1
Yevgeniy Gindin, Yuan Jiang, Princy Francis, Robert L. Walker, Ogan D. Abaan, Yuelin J. Zhu, and Paul S. Meltzer*

Interaction between oxytocin receptor DNA methylation and genotype is associated with risk of postpartum depression in women without depression in pregnancy
Aleeca F. Bell, C. Sue Carter, Colin D. Steer, Jean Golding, John M. Davis, Alana D. Steffen, Leah H. Rubin, Travis S. Lillard, Steven P. Gregory, James C. Harris, and Jessica J. Connelly*

Ancestry of the Timorese: age-related macular degeneration associated genotype and allele sharing among human populations from throughout the world
Margaux A. Morrison, Tiago R. Magalhaes, Jacqueline Ramke, Silvia E. Smith, Sean Ennis, Claire L. Simpson, Laura Portas, Federico Murgia, Jeeyun Ahn, Caitlin Dardenne, Katie Mayne1, Rosann Robinson, Denise J. Morgan, Garry Brian, Lucy Lee, Se J. Woo, Fani Zacharaki, Evangelia E. Tsironi, Joan W. Miller, Ivana K. Kim, Kyu H. Park, Joan E. Bailey-Wilson, Lindsay A. Farrer, Dwight Stambolian and Margaret M. DeAngelis*

Post-transcriptional regulation of BRCA1 through its coding sequence by the miR-15/107 group of miRNAs
Kevin Quann, Yi Jing, and Isidore Rigoutsos*

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