Search: 
中文CAS
ABOUT RESEARCH EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS PEOPLE RESOURCES
Location: Home > Research > Progress
   
Laboratories
Fields
Achievments
Progress
Publications
 
Progress
 
A single-cell transcriptomic atlas decrypts ant Empire:Social division of labor depends on brain specialization

  There is a continuum spectrum of organizational complexity in extant animal societies, among which the human societies and those established by social insects (termites, wasps, bees and ants) are of great prominence. Social insects are fundamentally different from humans in the sense, their societies are composed of different castes whose morphologies are differentiated through development... more
Amphioxus Sequencing Gives Insight on Vertebrate Evolution

  Vertebrate evolution was accompanied by two rounds of whole genome duplication followed by functional divergence in terms of regulatory circuits and gene expression patterns. As a basal and slow-evolving chordate species, amphioxus is an ideal paradigm for exploring the origin and evolution of vertebrates.
  A research group, led by developmental biologist Prof. MAO Bingyu from the Kunmi... more
New swallowtail butterfly genomes provide insights into their coloration evolution

  A research team led by Dr. LI Xueyan from Kunming Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences reported high-quality reference genomes of 11 swallowtail butterfly species and illustrated their coloration evolution. The finding was published in Zoological Research .
  The researchers reported high quality genomes of 11 swallowtail butterfly species covering the representatives of... more
Chinese longevity population study deciphers that reduced ribosome function regulated by ETS1 is a novel mechanism for human healthy aging and longevity

  A research team led by Prof. KONG Qingpeng from Kunming Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences reported that ETS1-regulated ribosome function reduction is an important mechanism for human healthy aging and longevity. The finding was published in Science Advances on 27 April 2022.
  Healthy aging study is closely related to the national economic development and people's wel... more
Scientists found enhanced fatty acid oxidation as a key metabolic signature in centenarians

  A research team led by Prof. KONG Qingpeng from Kunming Institute of Zoology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences reported that enhanced fatty acid oxidation is a key metabolic signature in centenarians. The paper entitled “System-level metabolic modeling facilitates unveiling metabolic signature in exceptional longevity” was published in Aging Cell.
  As a natural model of healthy aging... more
  67 Page(s)    FirstPrev12345NextFinal
CAS EMAIL PUBLICATIONS PHOTO & VIDEO       CONTACT

(C) 2014, Kunming Institute of Zoology
32 Jiaochang Donglu Kunming, Yunnan 650223
Tel: +86 871 65130513 Fax: +86 871 65191823
Email: info@mail.kiz.ac.cn