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    • Genomic regulatory blocks encompass multiple neighboring genes and maintain conserved synteny in vertebrates 

      Kikuta, Hiroshi; Laplante, Mary; Navrátilová, Pavla; Komisarczuk, Anna Zofia; Engström, Pär G.; Fredman, David; Akalin, Altuna; Caccamo, Mario; Sealy, Ian; Howe, Kerstin; Ghislain, Julien; Pezeron, Guillaume; Mourrain, Philippe; Ellingsen, Staale; Oates, Andrew C.; Thisse, Christine; Thisse, Bernard; Foucher, Isabelle; Adolf, Birgit; Geling, Andrea; Lenhard, Boris; Becker, Thomas S. (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2007-03-06)
      We report evidence for a mechanism for the maintenance of long-range conserved synteny across vertebrate genomes. We found the largest mammal-teleost conserved chromosomal segments to be spanned by highly conserved noncoding ...
      Peer reviewedJournal article
    • Genomic regulatory blocks underlie extensive microsynteny conservation in insects 

      Engström, Pär G.; Sui, Shannan J. Ho; Drivenes, Øyvind; Becker, Thomas S.; Lenhard, Boris (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2007-11-07)
      Insect genomes contain larger blocks of conserved gene order (microsynteny) than would be expected under a random breakage model of chromosome evolution. We present evidence that microsynteny has been retained to keep ...
      Journal article
    • Getting to the bottom of anal evolution 

      Hejnol, Andreas; Martin Duran, Jose Maria (Elsevier, 2015-02-27)
      The digestive tract is an essential organ system that allows animals to efficiently digest food and take up nutrients to maintain growth and sustain the body. While some animal groups possess a sack-like gut, others possess ...
      Journal article
    • Giardiasaken i Bergen – Krisehåndtering, samordning og flernivåstyring 

      Dalheim, Eirik (Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2009-11)
      This paper is based on an in-depth study of the municipality of Bergen’s management of an outbreak of the parasite Giardia Lamblia in the city’s supply of drinking water in 2004. The central themes of the study have been ...
      Working paper
    • Global Moments in the Levant. A Unifob Global Research Project 

      Manger, Leif; LaBianca, Øystein (BRIC, 2009)
      Global moments are breakthrough events that change people’s lives and their futures. They are developments that typically call for significant adaptation leading to new forms of cooperation or conflict. Few places on earth ...
      Research report
    • Global Normative Standards and National Solutions for Pension Provision: The World Bank, ILO, Norway and South Africa in Comparative Perspective 

      Ervik, Rune (Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2003-04)
      This paper identifies and describes the normative content of ideas concerning pension systems/social security schemes in terms of the concepts of fairness or justice laid out by two selected international organisations: ...
      Working paper
    • Globalisation and Union Opposition to Technological Change 

      Lommerud, Kjell Erik; Meland, Frode; Straume, Odd Rune (Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2004-12)
      We find that trade unions have a rational incentive to oppose the adoption of labour-saving technology when labour demand is inelastic and unions care much for employment relative to wages. Trade liberalisation typically ...
      Working paper
    • Globalisering som utfordring til samfunnsvitskapane 

      Hjellbrekke, Johannes (Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2002-09)
      In the 1990s, ‘globalisation’ entered the standard vocabulary in the social sciences. Based on readings of selected works on globalisation, this report gives a brief review of the history and the use of the term ...
      Working paper
    • The Glorious Past: Entertainment, Example or History 

      Mortensen, Lars Boje (Scandinavian University Press, 1994)
      Journal article
    • Glypican1/2/4/6 and sulfated glycosaminoglycans regulate the patterning of the primary body axis in the cnidarian Nematostella vectensis 

      Bause, Markus; van der Horst, Roddy; Rentzsch, Fabian (Elsevier, 2016-06)
      Glypicans are members of the heparan sulfate (HS) subfamily of proteoglycans that can function in cell adhesion, cell crosstalk and as modulators of the major developmental signalling pathways in bilaterians. The evolutionary ...
      Journal article
    • Governance for complexity – how to organize for the handling of «wicked issues»? 

      Lægreid, Per; Rykkja, Lise Hellebø (Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2014-10)
      This paper examines the main coordination arrangements for handling «wicked issues» in the area of societal security and welfare administration in Norway and ask whether network arrangements have replaced hierarchy. In ...
      Working paper
    • Governance in Primary and Lower Secondary Education. Comparing Norway, Sweden and England 

      Helgøy, Ingrid; Homme, Anne Dåsvatn (Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2004-11)
      In this paper we discuss changes in regulation and governance in primary and lower secondary education in Norway, Sweden and England. During the last ten–fifteen years the three countries have implemented reforms, which ...
      Working paper
    • The Governance of Wicked Issues: A European Cross-Country Analysis of Coordination for Societal Security 

      Christensen, Tom; Danielsen, Ole; Lægreid, Per; Rykkja, Lise Hellebø (Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2014-09)
      This paper analyzes structures and behavior instigated to achieve coordination within the area of societal security in six European countries: Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. We ...
      Working paper
    • The greater Agulhas Current system: an integrated study of its mesoscale variability 

      Backeberg, Bjørn C.; Johannessen, Johnny A.; Bertino, Laurent; Reason, Chris J.C. (The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST), 2008-02)
      For the purpose of developing an operational oceanography system for the greater Agulhas Current regime, a high resolution Hybrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM) has been set in a nested configuration. The intense and complex ...
      Journal article
    • Greenland Ice Sheet Elevation Ehange in Winter and Influence of Atmospheric Teleconnections in the Northern Hemisphere 

      Chen, Lin-Ling; Johannessen, Ola M.; Khvorostovsky, Kirill; Wang, Huijun (Institute of atmospheric physics, Chinese academy of sciences, Science press, 2009-11-16)
      Journal article
    • Greenland Sea Odden sea ice feature: Intra-annual and interannual variability 

      Shuchman, Robert A.; Josberger, Edward G.; Russel, Catherine A.; Fischer, Kenneth W.; Johannessen, Ola M.; Johannessen, Johnny A.; Gloersen, Per (American Geophysical Union, 1998-06-15)
      The “Odden” is a large sea ice feature that forms in the east Greenland Sea that may protrude eastward to 5 °E from the main sea ice pack (at about 8 °W) between 73° and 77 °N. It generally forms at the beginning of the ...
      Journal articlePeer reviewed
    • Greenland-Scotland overflow studied by hydro-chemical multivariate analysis 

      Fogelquist, E.; Blindheim, J.; Tanhua, Toste; Østerhus, Svein; Buch, E.; Rey, Francisco (Elsevier, 2003-01)
      Hydrographic, nutrient and halocarbon tracer data collected in July-August 1994 in the Norwegian Sea, the Faroe Bank Channel (FBC), the Iceland and Irminger Basins and the Iceland Sea are resented. Special attention was ...
      Journal articlePeer reviewed
    • Grenser for tvang. Om sosialtjenestens rolle i bruk av tvang overfor rusmiddelmisbrukere 

      Lundeberg, Ingrid Rindal; Mjåland, Kristian (Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2009-11)
      Discretion limits in cases about compulsory interventions is the Stein Rokkan Center for Social Studies first report from the evaluation of the Social Service Act Sections 6-2, 6-2a and 6-3, funded by the Norwegian ...
      Research report
    • Guidelines; from foe to friend? Comparative interviews with GPs in Norway and Denmark 

      Carlsen, Benedicte; Kjellberg, Pia Kürstein (BioMed Central, 2010-01-16)
      Background: GPs follow clinical guidelines to varying degrees across practices, regions and countries, but a review study of GPs’ attitudes to guidelines found no systematic variation in attitudes between studies from ...
      Journal article
    • Habermas' method: Rational reconstruction 

      Pedersen, Jørgen (The University of Bergen, 2011-10-07)
      This dissertation clarifies, discusses and elaborates on the method of Jürgen Habermas’ philosophical enterprise: rational reconstruction. The method is designed for a systematic reconstruction of the intuitive knowledge ...
      Doctoral thesis