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Mitochondrial DNA Part B

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Mitochondrial DNA Part B

This open access journal publishes high-quality and concise research articles reporting the sequence of full mitochondrial genomes, and rapid communications focusing on the physical, chemical, and biochemical aspects of mtDNA and proteins involved in mtDNA metabolism and interactions.

 

The papers we offer here are a collection of some of the interesting developments in mtDNA research via these short communications and announcements. Several of these published papers report on the rapid production of multiple genomes with next generation sequencing (NGS). This development will no doubt speed the rate with which we discover and archive sequences from hard to analyze groups. Some of the other papers highlight DNA barcoding of specific groups. While DNA barcoding is a twenty-year-old subdiscipline in systematics, we feel that this journal serves as a venue for continued research in this area. We also include papers on endangered species an important subject in modern biology. Finally several of the papers demonstrate the utility of ancient DNA in evolutionary biology. We hope that the authors and readers of these papers in this journal continue their interest in these important areas of mitochondrial and organellar biology.

Rob DeSalle, Editor-In-Chief

Explore the Editor's top picks from Mitochondrial DNA Part B below.

Article Author
New mitochondrial genomes of 39 soil dwelling Coleoptera from metagenome sequencingCarmelo Andújar, Paula Arribas, Michal Motyka et al.
Genomic insights into the mitochondria of 11 eastern North American species of CladoniaLaurel M. Brigham, Luis M. Allende, Benjamin R. Shipley et al.
Species identification and mitochondrial genomes of ancient fish bones from the Riverine Kachemak tradition of the Kenai Peninsula, AlaskaAlida de Flamingh, Elizabeth K. Mallott, Alfred L. Roca et al.
Complete mitochondrial genomes and phylogeny of two rare whale species: True’s (Mesoplodon mirus: True 1913) and Sowerby’s (Mesoplodon bidens: Sowerby 1804) beaked whalesAnthony L. Einfeldt, Ian G. Paterson & Laura J. Feyrer
Complete mitochondrial genomes from three species of the genus Peckia (Sarcophagidae) with forensic entomology interest Susanne Faccin, Anderson Oliveira do Carmo, Patrícia J. Thyssen at al.
The complete mitochondrial genomes of five lichenized fungi in the genus Usnea (Ascomycota: Parmeliaceae)Erik R. Funk, Alexander N. Adams, Sarah M. Spotten et al.
Delineating Microhyla ornata (Anura, Microhylidae): mitochondrial DNA barcodes resolve century-old taxonomic misidentificationSonali Garg, Abhijit Das, Rachunliu G. Kamei et al.
Long-read sequencing of benthophilinae mitochondrial genomes reveals the origins of round goby mitogenome re-arrangementsSilvia Gutnik, Jean-Claude Walser & Irene Adrian-Kalchhauser
Two complete mitochondrial genomes of extinct form of the Sevan trout Salmo ischchan danilewskiiArtem V. Nedoluzhko, Sergey M. Rastorguev, Evgeniy Simonov et al.
Complete mitochondrial genomes of six species of the freshwater red algal order Batrachospermales (Rhodophyta)Monica O. Paiano, Andrea Del Cortona, Joana F. Costa et al.
Complete mitochondrial genome of a Toque Macaque (Macaca sinica)Christian Roos
Analysis of the complete mitochondrial genomes of two dwarf honeybee species, Apis florea and Apis andreniformis (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Apidae), in ThailandJun-ichi Takahashi, Sureerat Deowanish & Hisashi Okuyama
Identification of the original species of cubilose based on DNA barcodeShasha Wang, Jinlin Guo & Feixia Hou
The complete mitochondrial genome of Trachidermus fasciatus (Scorpaeniformes: Cottidae) and phylogenetic studies of CottidaeKehua Zhu, Zhenming Lü, Liqing Liu, Li Gong et al.
Complete plastome sequence of Dracaena cambodiana (Asparagaceae): a species considered “Vulnerable” in Southeast AsiaZhi-Xin Zhu, Wei-Xue Mu, Jian-Hua Wang

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