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Prediction of Aptamer-Target Interacting Pairs with Pseudo-Amino Acid Composition
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It is anticipated that the prediction method may become a useful tool for identifying aptamer-target pairs and the features selected and analyzed in this study may provide useful insights into the mechanism of interactions between aptamers and targets.
Pathogen-Triggered Ethylene Signaling Mediates Systemic-Induced Susceptibility to Herbivory in Arabidopsis[W]
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The results show that SIS to herbivory involves more than antagonistic signaling between SA and JA-Ile and provide insight into the unexpectedly complex mechanisms behind a seemingly simple trade-off in plant defense against multiple enemies.
Response analysis of host Spodoptera exigua larvae to infection by Heliothis virescens ascovirus 3h (HvAV-3h) via transcriptome
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It was determined that the majority of host transcripts were down-regulated beginning at 6’hpi and continuing throughout the infection period, although there was an increase in up-regulated unigene number during the 12 to 72 hpi stage.
Phylogenetic relationships among Bombycidae s.l. (Lepidoptera) based on analyses of complete mitochondrial genomes
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In this paper, the complete mitochondrial genomes of nine species of Bombycidae are presented for the first time and phylogenetic relationships among Bombercidae were reconstructed using maximum likelihood and Bayesian inference methods.
Anti-tumor activities of active ingredients in Compound Kushen Injection
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This review summarizes recent progress in studying the anti-cancer activities of MT, OMT and CKI and their potential molecular targets, which provide clues and references for further study.
Age-stage, two-sex life table of Parapoynx crisonalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) at different temperatures
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The results indicated that optimal growth and development of P. crisonalis occurred at temperatures between 24°C to 30°C when compared to the lowest temperature (21°C) and higher temperatures of 33°C and 36°C.
Development of Microplitis similis (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) on Two Candidate Host Species, Spodoptera litura and Spodoptera exigua (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
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High levels of parasitism of S. exigua and Spodoptera litura (F.) larvae but not of Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) larvae are found, where the hosts were able to molt to 4th instars after being parasitized as early 3rd instars, but were unable to develop to the 5th instar.
An Ensemble Prognostic Model for Colorectal Cancer
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The ensemble model can better distinguish the high risk and low risk patients than the stage prediction model and the recurrence prediction model alone and it could significantly improve the prediction performance by ensembling heterogeneous information.
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