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Combined analyses of kinship and FST suggest potential drivers of chaotic genetic patchiness in high gene-flow populations
The results indicate that P. interruptus does not maintain a single homogenous population, despite extreme dispersal potential, and contribute to a growing number of studies showing that low FST and high family structure across populations can coexist, illuminating the foundations of cryptic genetic patterns and the nature of marine dispersal. Expand
Lurbinectedin (PM01183), a New DNA Minor Groove Binder, Inhibits Growth of Orthotopic Primary Graft of Cisplatin-Resistant Epithelial Ovarian Cancer
Preclinical orthotopically perpetuated ovarian tumor grafts are useful tools for drug development, providing hard evidence that lurbinectedin might be a useful therapy in the treatment of EOC by overcoming cisplatin resistance. Expand
A study of the population structure of the Pacific sardine Sardinops sagax (Jenyns, 1842) in Mexico based on morphometric and genetic analyses
Current molecular data did not clearly support the existence of a phylogeographically structured population of sardines along the Pacific coast of the Baja California Peninsula, but Morphometric results showed differences among the three groups based on SST, suggesting the exist of different morphotypes. Expand
Genetic differentiation of the California spiny lobster Panulirus interruptus (Randall, 1840) along the west coast of the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico
Identifying reproductive stocks in commercial species is relevant to fishery management strategies. We obtained muscle samples of California spiny lobster (Panulirus interruptus) from six localitiesExpand
Anisotropic larval connectivity and metapopulation structure driven by directional oceanic currents in a marine fish targeted by small-scale fisheries
It is shown that in the GC, the strong asymmetry in the oceanic currents causes larval connectivity to show different values when measured in distinct directions (anisotropy). Expand
Geographical variation in the genetic diversity and composition of the endangered queen conch Strombus gigas (Mesogastropoda: Strombidae) from Yucatán, México.
The cline patterns observed in both genetic diversity and haplotypic frequencies, and the larger genetic distance between these locations from those between Isla Cozumel, Banco Chinchorro and Arrecife Alacranes, suggest the possibility of a pattern of isolation-by distance. Expand
Comparison of urohyal bone morphology among gerreid fish (Perciformes: Gerreidae)
The usefulness of urohyal bone morphology in differentiating Gerreidae species analyzed is suggested, highlighting the taxonomic value of the uroHyal bone, until now never quantitatively evaluated as a diagnostic character in the classification of teleostean fish. Expand
The Taxonomy and Morphometry of Squids in the Family Loliginidae (Cephalopoda:Myopsida) from the Pacific Coast of Mexico
It is evident that there are morphological and morphometric characteristics that indicate a greater diversity of taxa are present compared to the list of species previously reported off the Pacific coasts of Mexico. Expand
Cytoplasmic LSM-1 protein regulates stress responses through the insulin/IGF-1 signaling pathway in Caenorhabditis elegans.
RNA-seq analysis of lsm-1 mutants suggests that they have impaired Insulin/IGF-1 signaling (IIS), which is conserved in metazoans and involved in the response to various types of stress through the action of the FOXO transcription factor DAF-16, and observed that under stress, cytoplasmic LSm proteins aggregate into granules in an LSM-1-dependent manner. Expand
Lurbinectedin ( PM 01183 ) , a New DNA Minor Groove Binder , Inhibits Growth of Orthotopic Primary Graft of Cisplatin-Resistant Epithelial Ovarian Cancer
August Vidal 4 , Clara Muñoz , María-José Guillén , Jemina Moretó , Sara Puertas , María Martínez-Iniesta , Agnés Figueras , Laura Padullés , Francisco J. GarcíaRodriguez , Mireia Berdiel-Acer ,Expand