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A new species of newt of the genus Paramesotriton (Salamandridae) from southwestern Guangdong, China, with a new northern record of P. longliensis from western Hubei

James Hanken (2010)
Publisher: Plazi.org taxonomic treatments database
This dataset contains the digitized treatments in Plazi based on the original journal article Wu, Yunke, Jiang, Ke, Hanken, James (2010): A new species of newt of the genus Paramesotriton (Salamandridae) from southwestern Guangdong, China, with a new northern record of P. longliensis from western Hubei. Zootaxa 2494: 45-58, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.195694

Mean daily intakes of energy and nutrients according to chemical analysis of duplicates of the diets.1

1CLA, Conjugated Linoleic Acid.The nutrients of the free-choice low fat items (less than 10 energy percent) were calculated (NEVO, 2006) and added to the analyzed values.

Functional gene ontology categories enriched in the hypothalamus of 180 days-old LP rats.

The number and percentage of genes up-regulated or down regulated within each GO category in LP rats in relation to control animals are presented. The indicated P-value corresponds to modified Fisher Exact P-Value for gene-enrichment analysis (EASE score). From a total of 26609 examined genes, 688 were up-regulated and 309 down-regulated.

Inhibition of Glioblastoma Growth by the Thiadiazolidinone Compound TDZD-8

BackgroundThiadiazolidinones (TDZD) are small heterocyclic compounds first described as non-ATP competitive inhibitors of glycogen synthase kinase 3β (GSK-3β). In this study, we analyzed the effects of 4-benzyl-2-methyl-1,2,4-thiadiazolidine-3,5-dione (TDZD-8), on murine GL261 cells growth in vitro and on the growth of established intracerebral murine gliomas in vivo. Methodology/Principal FindingsOur data show that TDZD-8 decreased proliferation and induced apoptosis of GL261 glioblastoma ce...

ROMS experiments conducted on the Lake of Tanis.

Drews, Carl; Han, Weiqing (2010)
Publisher: Figshare
The duration of the dry passage at Kedua depends on the wind strength, with stronger winds producing a longer exposure time. The Coriolis force extends the crossing time by 18 minutes.

Electronic Structure of Carbon Nanotubes with Ultrahigh Curvature

The electronic and the vibrational structure of carbon nanotubes with ultrahigh curvature was systematically studied by resonance Raman scattering, high-resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM), molecular dynamics, and ab initio DFT calculations. The ultrahigh curvature tubes were grown inside commercial HiPco tubes after filling the latter with the small but carbon-rich molecule ferrocene. TEM showed partial filling of the outer tubes with inner tubes and mobility of the latter in...

Beta-Catenin Signaling Negatively Regulates Intermediate Progenitor Population Numbers in the Developing Cortex

Intermediate progenitor cells constitute a second proliferative cell type in the developing mammalian cerebral cortex. Little is known about the factors that govern the production of intermediate progenitors. Although persistent expression of stabilized β-catenin was found to delay the maturation of radial glial progenitors into intermediate progenitors, the relationship between β-catenin signaling and intermediate progenitors remains poorly understood. Using a transgenic reporter mouse for A...

Parasite-Derived Plasma Microparticles Contribute Significantly to Malaria Infection-Induced Inflammation through Potent Macrophage Stimulation

There is considerable debate as to the nature of the primary parasite-derived moieties that activate innate pro-inflammatory responses during malaria infection. Microparticles (MPs), which are produced by numerous cell types following vesiculation of the cellular membrane as a consequence of cell death or immune-activation, exert strong pro-inflammatory activity in other disease states. Here we demonstrate that MPs, derived from the plasma of malaria infected mice, but not naive mice, induce ...

Summary of Weak Binding Lever Arm Parameters§.

§When MD is aligned to a strong binding MD on actin subunit I.*Presumed post rigor class average.Axial displacement measured from the Z-coordinates of the Cα of heavy chain residue 835 of the scallop S1 structure. Axial angle and azimuthal angle measured from the coordinates of the Cα atoms of heavy chain residues 703 and 835.