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ID32048913Published Date2020-02-01JournalThe Journal of parasitology, 2020-02-01, Volume 106
Four new species of are described from carcharhinid shark species from the Gulf of Mexico and the U.S. coast of the northwestern Atlantic Ocean. n. sp. is described from as its type host, and from and . n. sp. is described from . n. sp. is described from as its type host, as well as from , , and . n. sp. is described from as its type host, and from and . These 4 species differ from other species of and from each other in bothridial microthrix shape, and in various combinations of features suc…
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ID32023882Published Date2020-01-31JournalInternational journal of molecular sciences, 2020-01-31, Volume 21
One of the greatest impacts on the gastrointestinal microbiome is diet because the host and microbiome share the same food source. In addition, the effect of diet can diverge depending on the host genotype. Diets supplemented with phytochemicals found in peppers might cause shifts in the microbiome. Thus, understanding how these interactions occur can reveal potential health implications associated with such changes. This study aims to explore the gut microbiome of different genetic backgroun…
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ID31773467Published Date2020-01-01JournalMolecular and cellular biochemistry, 2020-01-01, Volume 464
INhibitor of Growth protein 4 (ING4) is a potential chromatin modifier that has been implicated in several cancer-related processes. However, the role of ING4 in prostate cancer (PC) is largely unknown. This study aimed to assess ING4's role in global transcriptional regulation in PC cells to identify potential cellular processes associated with ING4 loss. RNA-Seq using next-generation sequencing (NGS) was used to identify altered genes in LNCaP PC cells following ING4 depletion. Ingenuity pa…
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ID31845303Published Date2020-01-01JournalPlant molecular biology, 2020-01-01, Volume 102
Transcriptome landscape reveals the molecular mechanisms involved in the improvement of fruit traits by the grafting of watermelon and bottle gourd. Grafting has been used as a sustainable alternative for watermelon breeding to control soil-borne pathogens and to increase tolerance to various abiotic stresses. However, some reports have shown that grafting can negatively affect the quality of fruits. Despite several field studies on the effects of grafting on fruit quality, the regulation of …
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ID31022325Published Date2019-12-01JournalPlant biotechnology journal, 2019-12-01, Volume 17
Years of selection for desirable fruit quality traits in dessert watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) has resulted in a narrow genetic base in modern cultivars. Development of novel genomic and genetic resources offers great potential to expand genetic diversity and improve important traits in watermelon. Here, we report a high-quality genome sequence of watermelon cultivar 'Charleston Gray', a principal American dessert watermelon, to complement the existing reference genome from '97103', an East …
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ID31671884Published Date2019-10-29JournalInternational journal of molecular sciences, 2019-10-29, Volume 20
Watermelon is a good source of citrulline, a non-protein amino acid. Citrulline has several therapeutic and clinical implications as it produces nitric oxide via arginine. In plants, citrulline plays a pivotal role in nitrogen transport and osmoprotection. The purpose of this study was to identify single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers associated with citrulline metabolism using a genome-wide association study (GWAS) and understand the role of citrulline in watermelon domestication. A w…
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ID30840941Published Date2019-09-13JournalNanotechnology, 2019-09-13, Volume 30
The field of nanotechnology is rapidly growing. The promise of pharmacotherapeutics emerging from this vast field has drawn the attention of many researchers. However, with the increase in the prevalence of antibiotic resistant microorganisms, the manifestations of these promises are needed now more than ever. Many have postulated the antimicrobial potential of nanoparticle constructs derived from precious metals/noble metals nanoparticles (NMNPs), such as silver nanoparticles that show activ…
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ID30946928Published Date2019-06-21JournalNeuroscience letters, 2019-06-21, Volume 704
Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD), present in almost 90% of patients with Alzheimer's Disease (AD), cause extensive impairment leading to reduced independence and inability to complete activities of daily living. Though BPSD includes a wide range of symptoms, such as agitation, aggression, disinhibition, anxiety, depression, apathy, delusions, and hallucinations. Certain BPSD in AD co-present and can be clustered into distinct domains based on their frequency of co-occu…
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ID31159730Published Date2019-06-03JournalBMC genomics, 2019-06-03, Volume 20
The importance of Indian germplasm as origin and primary center of diversity of cultivated melon is widely accepted. Genetic diversity of several collections from Indian has been studied previously, although an integrated analysis of these collections in a global diversity perspective has not been possible. In this study, a sample of Indian collections together with a selection of world-wide cultivars to analyze the genetic diversity structure based on Genotype by Sequence data.A set of 6158 …
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