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Το έργο SweetBiOmics στοχεύει στη δημιουργία και την ενσωμάτωση γονιδιωματικών, επιγενετικών, μεταγραφικών, πρωτεομικών, μεταβολομικών και φαινοτυπικών δεδομένων.

Towards sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) breeding: phenotyping evaluation of newly developed hybrids

An increasing demand for cherry production (Prunus avium L.) in Greece led to the development of new high quality sweet cherry cultivars.

Genomics Opportunities and Breeding Strategies towards Improvement of Climate-smart Traits and Disease Resistance against Pathogens in Sweet Cherry

The recent sequencing of many Rosaceae complete genomes, including that of sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.), along with the availability of high-throughput resources offers new challenges and opportunities for cherry breeders in the genomic era towards improvement of climate-smart traits and diseases resistance against the main pathogens, which are consistently plagued the crop.

Whole genome re-sequencing of sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) yields insights into genomic diversity of a fruit species

Sweet cherries, Prunus avium L. (Rosaceae), are gaining importance due to their perenniallity and nutritional attributes beneficial for human health.

Fruit quality trait discovery and metabolic profiling in sweet cherry genebank collection in Greece

The current study characterizes the physicochemical, sensory and bioactive compound traits of twenty-two sweet cherry accessions, namely breeding lines, landraces and modern cultivars, embodying the majority of Greek germplasm.

Phenotypic, Genetic, and Epigenetic Variation among Diverse Sweet Cherry Gene Pools

Sweet cherry germplasm contains a high variety of phenotypes which are associated with fruit size and shape as well as sugar content, etc. High phenotypic variation can be a result of genetic or epigenetic diversity that may interact through time.

Could Causal Discovery in Proteogenomics Assist in Understanding Gene–Protein Relations? A Perennial Fruit Tree Case Study Using Sweet Cherry as a Model

Genome-wide transcriptome analysis is a method that produces important data on plant biology at a systemic level. The lack of understanding of the relationships between proteins and genes in plants necessitates a further thorough analysis at the proteogenomic level.

The perennial fruit tree proteogenomics atlas: a spatial map of the sweet cherry proteome and transcriptome

Genome-wide transcriptome analysis provides systems-level insights into plant biology. Due to the limited depth of quantitative proteomics our understanding of gene–protein–complex stoichiometry is  largely unknown in plants. 

The pleiotropic effects of Prunus avium L. extract against oxidative stress on human fibroblasts. An in vitro approach

There is a persistent interest in innovative and multifunctional ingredients in biology research. With regards to this, natural sources have an important role due to their multiple benefits.

Probing the effects of sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) extract on 2D and 3D human skin models

Natural products are not only positioned in the heart of traditional medicine but also in modern medicine as many current drugs are coming from natural sources. Apart from the field of medicine and therapeutics, natural products are broadly used in other industrial fields such as nutrition, skincare products and nanotechnology.