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    T. Jean M. Arseneau-Robar; Eliane Müller; Anouk L. Taucher; Carel P. van Schaik; Erik P. Willems;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Males in a number of group-living species fight in intergroup conflicts to defend access to food resources, a seemingly paradoxical behaviour, given that this resource does not usually limit male fitness directly. We investigated the mechanism(s) driving apparent male f...
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    Wen, Chang-long; Cheng, Qing; Zhao, Liqun; Mao, Aijun; Yang, Jingjing; Yu, Shuancang; Weng, Yiqun; Xu, Yong;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Cucumber is vulnerable to many foliage diseases. Recent studies reported cloning of candidate genes for several diseases in cucumber; however, the exact defence mechanisms remain unclear. Dof genes have been shown to play significant roles in plant growth, development, ...
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    Yuuki Kozakai; Rui Kamada; Junya Furuta; Yuhei Kiyota; Yoshiro Chuman; Kazuyasu Sakaguchi;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    An increase of nucleolar number and size has made nucleoli essential markers for cytology and tumour development. However, the underlying basis for their structural integrity and abundance remains unclear. Protein phosphatase PPM1D was found to be up-regulated in ...
  • Article English OPEN
    Hernández-Hernández, Abrahan; Lilienthal, Ingrid; Fukuda, Nanaho; Galjart, Niels; Höög, Christer;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    The CCCTC-binding factor (CTCF) is an architectural protein that governs chromatin organization and gene expression in somatic cells. Here, we show that CTCF regulates chromatin compaction necessary for packaging of the paternal genome into mature sperm. Inactivation of...
  • Article English OPEN
    Raphael Caio Tamborelli Garcia; Livia Mendonça Munhoz Dati; Larissa Helena Torres; Mariana Aguilera Alencar da Silva; Mariana Sayuri Berto Udo; Fernando Maurício Francis Abdalla; José Luiz da Costa; Renata Gorjão; Solange Castro Afeche; Mauricio Yonamine; Colleen M. Niswender; P. Jeffrey Conn; Rosana Camarini; Maria Regina Lopes Sandoval; Tania Marcourakis;
    (2015)
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    The smoke of crack cocaine contains cocaine and its pyrolysis product, anhydroecgonine methyl ester (AEME). AEME possesses greater neurotoxic potential than cocaine and an additive effect when they are combined. Since atropine prevented AEME-induced neurotoxicity, it ha...
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    Jiajie Sun; Bin Zeng; Zujing Chen; Shijuan Yan; Wenjie Huang; Baoli Sun; Qian He; Xiaoyang Chen; Ting Chen; Qingyan Jiang; Qianyun Xi; Yongliang Zhang;
    (2017)
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Moringa oleifera (M. oleifera) is a remarkable species with high nutritional value and good biomass production, which can be used as livestock fodder. In this study, we examined changes in the faecal microbiota of thirty dairy cows in response to alternative M. oleifera...
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    Carrete, Martina; Tella, José L.;
    (2013)
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Human-induced rapid environmental changes challenge individuals by creating evolutionarily novel scenarios, where species encounter novel enemies, the new species sometimes being humans themselves. However, little is known about how individuals react to human presence, ...
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    Theodor Chitlaru; Ma’ayan Israeli; Erez Bar-Haim; Uri Elia; Shahar Rotem; Sharon Ehrlich; Ofer Cohen; Avigdor Shafferman;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Anthrax is a lethal disease caused by the gram-positive spore-producing bacterium Bacillus anthracis. Live attenuated vaccines, such as the nonencapsulated Sterne strain, do not meet the safety standards mandated for human use in the Western world and are approved for v...
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    Feng, S. D.; Jiao, W.; Jing, Q.; Qi, L.; Pan, S. P.; Li, G.; Ma, M. Z.; Wang, W. H.; Liu, R. P.;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Structural evolution in nanoscale Cu50Zr50 metallic glasses during high-pressure torsion is investigated using molecular dynamics simulations. Results show that the strong cooperation of shear transformations can be realized by high-pressure torsion in nanoscale Cu50Zr5...
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    Girardi-Schappo, Mauricio; Bortolotto, Germano S.; Gonsalves, Jheniffer J.; Pinto, Leonel T.; Tragtenberg, Marcelo H. R.;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Activity in the brain propagates as waves of firing neurons, namely avalanches. These waves' size and duration distributions have been experimentally shown to display a stable power-law profile, long-range correlations and $1/f^{b}$ power spectrum \textit{in vivo} and \...
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