Atma M Ivancevic

Atma M Ivancevic
University of Colorado Boulder | CUB

PhD in Bioinformatics

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Additional affiliations
January 2017 - December 2017
University of Adelaide
Position
  • Bioinformatician
Education
February 2013 - December 2016
University of Adelaide
Field of study
  • Genetics
January 2010 - December 2012
University of Adelaide
Field of study
  • Applied Maths & Genetics

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Publications (23)
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Transposable elements (TEs) are prevalent genomic components which can replicate as a function of mobilization in eukaryotes. Not only do they alter genome structure, they also play regulatory functions or organize chromatinChromatin structure. In addition to vertical parent-to-offspring inheritance, TEs can also horizontally “jump” between species...
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Background: The X-chromosome gene USP9X encodes a deubiquitylating enzyme that has been associated with neurodevelopmental disorders primarily in female subjects. USP9X escapes X inactivation, and in female subjects de novo heterozygous copy number loss or truncating mutations cause haploinsufficiency culminating in a recognizable syndrome with in...
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Background: Transposable elements (TEs) are mobile DNA sequences, colloquially known as jumping genes because of their ability to replicate to new genomic locations. TEs can jump between organisms or species when given a vector of transfer, such as a tick or virus, in a process known as horizontal transfer. Here, we propose that LINE-1 (L1) and Bo...
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Epilepsy and Mental Retardation Limited to Females (EFMR) is an infantile onset disorder characterized by clusters of seizures. EFMR is due to mutations in the X-chromosome gene PCDH19, and is underpinned by cellular mosaicism due to X-chromosome inactivation in females or somatic mutation in males. This review characterizes the neuropsychiatric pr...
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Significance Elephantids were once among the most widespread megafaunal families. However, only three species of this family exist today. To reconstruct their evolutionary history, we generated 14 genomes from living and extinct elephantids and from the American mastodon. While previous studies examined only simple bifurcating relationships, we fou...
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Transposable elements (TEs) are mobile DNA sequences, colloquially known as ‘jumping genes’ because of their ability to replicate to new genomic locations. Given a vector of transfer (e.g. tick or virus), TEs can jump further: between organisms or species in a process known as horizontal transfer (HT). Here we propose that LINE-1 (L1) and Bovine-B...
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LINE-1 (L1) retrotransposons are dynamic elements. They have the potential to cause great genomic change because of their ability to ‘jump’ around the genome and amplify themselves, resulting in the duplication and rearrangement of regulatory DNA. Active L1, in particular, are often thought of as tightly constrained, homologous and ubiquitous eleme...
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LINE-1 (L1) retrotransposons are dynamic elements. They have the potential to cause great genomic change due to their ability to ‘jump’ around the genome and amplify themselves, resulting in the duplication and rearrangement of regulatory DNA. Active L1, in particular, are often thought of as tightly constrained, homologous and ubiquitous elements...
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Genome structure in higher eukaryotes is highly dependent on the type and abundance of transposable elements, particularly retrotransposons , in their non-coding DNA. Retrotransposons are generally viewed as genomic parasites that must be suppressed in order to ensure genome integrity. This perception is based on the instances of retrotransposons h...
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Horizontal transfer (HT) is the transmission of genetic material between non-mating species, a phenomenon thought to occur rarely in multicellular eukaryotes. However, many transposable elements (TEs) are not only capable of HT, but have frequently jumped between widely divergent species. Here we review and integrate reported cases of HT in retrotr...
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Challenge by a non-adapted powdery mildew fungal pathogen leads to the formation of a local cell wall apposition (papilla) beneath the point of attempted penetration. Several plasma-membrane (PM) proteins with opposing roles in powdery mildew infection, including Arabidopsis thaliana PEN1 and barley (Hordeum vulgare) MLO, are localised to the site...

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