Guixiang Huang

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Seedlessness is a desirable character in lemons and other citrus species. Seedless fruit can be induced in many ways, including through self-incompatibility (SI). SI is widely used as an intraspecific reproductive barrier that prevents self-fertilization in flowering plants. Although there have been many studies on SI, its mechanism remains unclear. The(More)
Nucleostemin (NS) protects the genome from replication-induced DNA damage and plays an indispensable role in maintaining the continuous proliferation of both p53-wildtype and mutant cells. Yet, some outcomes of NS-deficient cells appear to be shaped by their p53 status, which stimulates conflicting claims on the role of p53 in executing the NS function.(More)
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