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Amphitelic orientation of centromeres at metaphase I is an important feature for univalent-dependent meiotic nonreduction.
BACKGROUND Low birth weight (LBW) might be a risk factor for acquiring lower respiratory tract infections (LRTIs) associated with disease related complications in early childhood. HFMD, a frequent viral infection in southern China, is a leading cause of lower respiratory tract infections in children. We analyzed whether LBW is a risk factor for children… (More)
The specificity of nucleic acids' binders is crucial for developing this kind of drugs, especially for novel G-quadruplexes' binders. Quindoline derivatives have been developed as G-quadruplex stabilizers with good interactive activities. In order to improve the selectivity and binding affinity of quindoline derivatives as c-myc G-quadruplex binding… (More)