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Frogs Evolution Tracks Rise of Himalayas and Rearrangement of Southeast Asia
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Purification and characterization of two new allergens from the salivary glands of the horsefly, tabanus yao
Dong-Ying MA
  Horseflies (Tabanus yao) are mainly distributed in pastoral area and bite human and livestock. A bite from a horsefly can be very painful, and it can cause allergic reactions in humans. There is no information about allergenic horsefly proteins.
  Professor Ren LAI of Kunming Institute of Zoology (KIZ) , the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and his Ph.D student Dong-ying MA... more
Positive selection on BMP3 gene, consistent with the rapid evolution of human skeletal system
Dong-Dong Wu
  Modern human populations exhibit substantial phenotypic variation as evidenced by body mass, height and craniofacial differences shaped by the skeletal system. The human skeletal system has evolved rapidly with the advent of agriculture and it is possible that these changes would have likely been accompanied by changes in selective pressures on the underlying genes, where adapt... more
A new species of Triplophysa from Yunnan, China
When the group of systematic evolution and biogeography in the Kunming Institute of Zoology examined the specimens of Triplophysa, the specimenscollected in April 2008 from Jianchuan in Dali Prefecture, Yunnan, China was recognized as a new species and named Triplophysa jianchuanensis. T. jianchuanensis can be distinguished from the other Triplophysa species by the following combination of char... more
Phylogeny of the Asian spiny frog tribe Paini (Family Dicroglossidae) sensu Dubois

  Scientists from Kunming Institute of Zoology (KIZ) and affiliates of Shenyang Normal University, Royal Ontario Museum, and the University of California, recently collaborated to investigate the phylogeny of the Asian spiny frog tribe Paini, Family Dicroglossidae.
  The anuran tribe Paini, is known in this group only from Asia. These aquatic and semi-aquatic species live mostly in swift, ... more
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