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Nosema ceranae Kills Honey Bees by Manipulating miRNA Expressions

  Pollination, especially insect pollination, plays central roles in maintaining ecological balance. Among those pollinating insects, honey bees are the most valuable species. Worldwide massive death of honey bees in recent years has induced the reduction of agricultural production and loss of biodiversity. The reasons of the death of honey bees mainly includes parasites, viruses and farm ch... more
Scientists Decode the Tolerance of Crab-Eating Frog to Salty Environments

  Among the over 4,000 amphibian species worldwide, most distribute in rain forests, creeks, mountains, plateaus, or deserts, but almost no one survives in environments with high salinity. As an exception, the crab-eating frog, Fejervarya cancrivora, a species native to south-eastern Asia, is the only known modern amphibian tolerates hyperosmotic external conditions. Compared with other spec... more
Yunnan battles new strain of HIV
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Two New Types of Allergens from the Cockroach

  Cockroach, a common insect pest in the urban inner-city environment, is an important source of inhalant indoor allergen resource, and has been recognized as a major cause of asthma. In 1964 Bernton and Brown first clearly documented the skin reaction test of cockroach allergens. In 1979 the relationship between asthmatic patients and inhalant cockroach allergens was conformed. According to... more
Outbred Genome Sequencing and CRISPR/Cas9 Gene Editing in Butterflies

  Butterflies are exceptionally diverse but their potential as an experimental system has been limited by the difficulty of deciphering heterozygous genomes and a lack of genetic manipulation technology. In order to develop butterflies as new models for exploring such topics as genetic mechanism of morphological evolution, the researchers from the Kunming Institute of Zoology (KIZ), Chinese ... more
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