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Increased Genomic Prediction Accuracy in Wheat Breeding Through Spatial Adjustment of Field Trial Data
In crop breeding, the interest of predicting the performance of candidate cultivars in the field has increased due to recent advances in molecular breeding technologies. However, the complexity ofExpand
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Effects of iron loading on muscle: genome-wide mRNA expression profiling in the mouse
BackgroundHereditary hemochromatosis (HH) encompasses genetic disorders of iron overload characterized by deficient expression or function of the iron-regulatory hormone hepcidin. Mutations in 5Expand
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Valorisation of digestate from biowaste through solid-state fermentation to obtain value added bioproducts: A first approach.
Digestate from biowaste was assessed as a potential source of bioproducts of commercial and industrial interest through solid-state fermentation. The targeted bioproducts were hydrolytic enzymesExpand
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Chemical Communication in Schizocosa malitiosa: Evidence of a Female Contact Sex Pheromone and Persistence in the Field
Mate finding in many spider species is mediated, at least in part, by chemical cues. Although few have been characterized, most spider sex pheromones seem to be associated with the silk threads ofExpand
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Utilization of lipids by Dentex dentex L. (Osteichthyes, Sparidae) larvae during lecitotrophia and subsequent starvation
Total lipids, lipid classes and their associated fatty acids were measured in developing eggs, yolksac larvae and starving larvae (from fertilized egg to day 9 after hatch) of the common dentexExpand
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Spatio-temporal variation in the prevalence of trematodes in the bivalve Perumytilus purpuratus
Perumytilus purpuratus is an abundant bivalve located in the intertidal rocky zone of South America that has been considered as a key species of the ecosystem. There are few studies of theExpand
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Expression Studies of Neogenin and Its Ligand Hemojuvelin in Mouse Tissues
Juvenile hemochromatosis is a severe hereditary iron overload disease caused by mutations in the HJV (hemojuvelin) and HAMP (hepcidin) genes. Hepcidin is an important iron regulatory hormone, andExpand
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Endophthalmitis Caused by Fusarium proliferatum
ABSTRACT Fusarium proliferatum caused endophthalmitis after cataract surgery. Diagnosis was established by classical microbiology and molecular biology methods (PCR and DNA typing). The treatmentExpand
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Global Transcriptional Response to Hfe Deficiency and Dietary Iron Overload in Mouse Liver and Duodenum
Iron is an essential trace element whose absorption is usually tightly regulated in the duodenum. HFE-related hereditary hemochromatosis (HH) is characterized by abnormally low expression of theExpand
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Investigation on the Factors Affecting Cronobacter sakazakii Contamination Levels in Reconstituted Powdered Infant Formula
Introduction Certain strains of Cronobacter sakazakii can cause serious invasive infections in children, mainly those <2 months old and fed with powdered infant formula (PIF). The infectious dose ofExpand
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