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Researchers reveal regulation mechanism of oxygen-dependent secretory cell endocytosis channel

  The study carried out with amphibians as models has made many outstanding original contributions to the life science process, such as muscle metabolism, chemical basis of nerve conduction, somatic cell cloning etc. The skin of amphibians is responsible for important physiological functions of breathing, water balance, mucosal barrier and immunity, but little is known about the mechanisms o... more
Study finds circSCMH1 treatment improved functional recovery post stroke

  Stroke is the third most common cause of mortality and often leads to long-term disability with no efficient clinical therapy in place. In 80% of cases, stroke is diagnosed as ischemia induced by thrombotic occlusion of cerebral arteries or branches. A variety of circular RNA (circRNAs) molecules are known to function in ischemic brain injury.
  In a recent study published in Circulation... more
Scientists decipher allopolyploidy and rediploidization in cyprinids

  Whole-genome duplication (WGD) or polyploidy provides genomic opportunities for evolutionary innovations and adaptation. Polyploid animal appear to be incapable of coping with genomic and developmental chaos resulting from the merging of two genomes in newly synthesized systems. In polyploid plants, biased subgenomic changes may help alleviate chaos from genome mergers, and subsequent co-o... more
Scientist gained insights into the genetic basis underlying protective resemblance in dead-leaf butterflies Kallima inachus

  Protective resemblance is an important ecological adaptive mechanism in the struggle for survival of many organisms. It usually includes three categories: general resemblance to the environment (i.e., crypsis), more exactly imitating surrounding objects, such as bark, a leaf, or a flower (i.e., masquerade), and resemblance of other species (mimcry: such as Bayesian mimicry and Mullerian mi... more
SZDB2.0: updated version of schizophrenia genetics database

  Schizophrenia is a complex and heterogeneous disorder with a heritability about 80%. In recent years, benefiting from the results of large-scale research consortia and the development of sequencing technology, the genetics study of schizophrenia has made great progress. Genetic studies, including genome-wide association studies (GWASs), whole exome/genome sequencing (WES/WGS), and copy-num... more
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