The maize w22 genome provides a foundation for functional genomics and transposon biology

Nathan M. Springer, Sarah N. Anderson, Carson M. Andorf, Kevin R. Ahern, Fang Bai, Omer Barad, W. Brad Barbazuk, Hank W. Bass, Kobi Baruch, Gil Ben-Zvi, Edward S. Buckler, Robert Bukowski, Michael S. Campbell, Ethalinda K.S. Cannon, Paul Chomet, R. Kelly Dawe, Ruth Davenport, Hugo K. Dooner, Limei He Du, Chunguang DuKatherine A. Easterling, Christine Gault, Jiahn Chou Guan, Charles T. Hunter, Georg Jander, Yinping Jiao, Karen E. Koch, Guy Kol, Tobias G. Köllner, Toru Kudo, Qing Li, Fei Lu, Dustin Mayfield-Jones, Wenbin Mei, Donald R. McCarty, Jaclyn M. Noshay, John L. Portwood, Gil Ronen, A. Mark Settles, Doron Shem-Tov, Jinghua Shi, Ilya Soifer, Joshua C. Stein, Michelle C. Stitzer, Masaharu Suzuki, Daniel L. Vera, Erik Vollbrecht, Julia T. Vrebalov, Doreen Ware, Sharon Wei, Kokulapalan Wimalanathan, Margaret R. Woodhouse, Wenwei Xiong, Thomas P. Brutnell

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