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CYD-6-28, a Possible Novel Agent in TNBC treatment

  As a type of breast cancer with poorest prognosis and high relapse rate, the triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) is characterized with no expressions of the genes of estrogen receptor (ER), progesterone receptor (PR) and Her2/neu. And because most chemotherapy need to target at one of the three receptors, the lack of gene expressions in TNBC has made it difficult to treat and often requir... more
Scientists Reveal the Unique Genetic Mechanisms of Six-white-point Pigmentation in Diannan small-ear Pigs

  As one of the most obvious phenotypic characters, coat color in domestic pigs is of great importance in artificial selections. Six-white-point (SWP) coat (white coat on the four feet, the head, and the end of tail but with the remaining coat being black) is one of the common pigmentation patterns being found in many different breeds of both European and East Asian domestic pigs. Previous s... more
Scientists propose “Our of Asia” hypothesis on the origin of genus Rena

  The genus Rena includes over 100 species. The true frogs of genus Rana are widely inhabited in both New and Old World, and are mainly found in the northern hemisphere, e.g., Asia, Europe, North America and north of South America. As the model animals which are commonly applied in behavior, development, genetics, physiology, ecology and evolution, these species have received extensive atten... more
Human-modified forests are equally important in bird conservation

  In biodiversity conservation, e.g., bird conservation, it is a common sense that the primary forests are the crucial areas. However, due to the facts that most of the primary forests are restricted to ridges and are in decreasing in areas, whereas, quite large proportions mountainous regions are covered by human-modified forests, and species turnover changes rapidly along montane elevation... more
Genetic evidence of a recent Tibetan ancestry to Sherpas in Nepal

  Following the groundbreaking ascent of Mount Everest In 1953 by Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary, the Sherpa people gained such cachet that their name became vernacular shorthand and pop culture reference for much of the twentieth century. In Nepal today, many Sherpas rely on serve as Mountaineering enthusiasts’ Poter and guider for a living.
  Sherpas live in the Khumbu region of ... more
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