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Temporal dynamics of neurogenomic plasticity in response to social interactions in male threespined sticklebacks
Animals exhibit dramatic immediate behavioral plasticity in response to social interactions, and brief social interactions can shape the future social landscape. However, the molecular mechanismsExpand
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Using S. cerevisiae as a Model System to Investigate V. cholerae VopX-Host Cell Protein Interactions and Phenotypes
Most pathogenic, non-O1/non-O139 serogroup Vibrio cholerae strains cause diarrheal disease in the absence of cholera toxin. Instead, many use Type 3 Secretion System (T3SS) mediated mechanisms toExpand
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Honey bee neurogenomic responses to affiliative and agonistic social interactions
Social interactions can be divided into two categories, affiliative and agonistic. How neurogenomic responses reflect these opposing valences is a central question in the biological embedding ofExpand
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ZSCAN5B and primate-specific paralogs bind RNA polymerase III genes and extra-TFIIIC (ETC) sites to modulate mitotic progression
Mammalian genomes contain hundreds of genes transcribed by RNA Polymerase III (Pol III), encoding noncoding RNAs and especially the tRNAs specialized to carry specific amino acids to the ribosome forExpand
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Behavioral, transcriptomic and epigenetic responses to social challenge in honey bees
Understanding how social experiences are represented in the brain and shape future responses is a major challenge in the study of behavior. We addressed this problem by studying behavioral,Expand
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Genomic insights into the ESBL and MCR-1-producing ST648 Escherichiacoli with multi-drug resistance
Polymyxin acts as an ultimate line of refuge against the severe infections by multidrug-resistant Gram-negative pathogens. This conventional idea is challenged dramatically by the recent discovery ofExpand
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Structured Populations of Sulfolobus acidocaldarius with Susceptibility to Mobile Genetic Elements
Abstract The impact of a structured environment on genome evolution can be determined through comparative population genomics of species that live in the same habitat. Recent work comparing threeExpand
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Cross‐species systems analysis of evolutionary toolkits of neurogenomic response to social challenge
Social challenges like territorial intrusions evoke behavioral responses in widely diverging species. Recent work has showed that evolutionary “toolkits”—genes and modules with lineage‐specificExpand
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Geometric regulation of histone state directs melanoma reprogramming
Malignant melanoma displays a high degree of cellular plasticity during disease progression. Signals in the tumor microenvironment are believed to influence melanoma plasticity through changes in theExpand
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Cross-species systems analysis of evolutionary toolkits of neurogenomic response to social challenge
Social challenges like territorial intrusions evoke behavioral responses in widely diverging species. Recent work has revealed that evolutionary “toolkits” – genes and modules with lineage-specificExpand
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