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Drechslerella stenobrocha genome illustrates the mechanism of constricting rings and the origin of nematode predation in fungi
BackgroundNematode-trapping fungi are a unique group of organisms that can capture nematodes using sophisticated trapping structures. The genome of Drechslerella stenobrocha, aExpand
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Comparative Genomics and Transcriptomics Analyses Reveal Divergent Lifestyle Features of Nematode Endoparasitic Fungus Hirsutella minnesotensis
Hirsutella minnesotensis [Ophiocordycipitaceae (Hypocreales, Ascomycota)] is a dominant endoparasitic fungus by using conidia that adhere to and penetrate the secondary stage juveniles of soybeanExpand
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Chemical Proteomics Reveals New Targets of Cysteine Sulfinic Acid Reductase
Cysteine sulfinic acid or S-sulfinylation is an oxidative post-translational modification (OxiPTM) that is known to be involved in redox-dependent regulation of protein function but has beenExpand
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Climate-driven variation in mosquito density predicts the spatiotemporal dynamics of dengue
  • R. Li, L. Xu, +6 authors N. C. Stenseth
  • Medicine, Geography
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 11 February 2019
Significance Using extensive data on dengue fever and mosquito density, we demonstrate that local weather conditions, through their impact on the variation of mosquito abundance, are a driver ofExpand
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Multiplexed Thiol Reactivity Profiling for Target Discovery of Electrophilic Natural Products.
Electrophilic groups, such as Michael acceptors, expoxides, are common motifs in natural products (NPs). Electrophilic NPs can act through covalent modification of cysteinyl thiols on functionalExpand
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Spatiotemporal patterns and determinants of dengue at county level in China from 2005-2017.
  • K. Liu, J. Sun, +7 authors Q. Liu
  • Medicine
  • International journal of infectious diseases…
  • 1 December 2018
OBJECTIVE To identify the high risk spatiotemporal clusters of dengue cases and explore the associated risk factors. METHODS Monthly indigenous dengue cases in 2005-2017 were aggregated at countyExpand
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Rhizosphere bacterial communities associated with healthy and Heterodera glycines-infected soybean roots
Abstract Bacterial communities in rhizosphere soil of soybean plants that were healthy, infected with soybean cyst nematode (SCN, Heterodera glycines ), and infected with SCN but treated withExpand
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On three new Orchestina species (Araneae: Oonopidae) described from China.
Three new species of oonopid spider from China are diagnosed, described and illustrated: Orchestina apiculata sp. nov. from Hunan, O. bialata sp. nov. and O. multipunctata sp. nov. from Jiangxi. TheExpand
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Systematic and Quantitative Assessment of Hydrogen Peroxide Reactivity With Cysteines Across Human Proteomes*
Protein cysteinyl residues are the mediators of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2)-dependent redox signaling. However, site-specific mapping of the selectivity and dynamics of these redox reactions in cellsExpand
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Proteome‐Wide Analysis of Cysteine S‐Sulfenylation Using a Benzothiazine‐Based Probe
Oxidation of a protein cysteinyl thiol (Cys‐SH) to S‐sulfenic acid (Cys‐SOH) by a reactive oxygen species (e.g., hydrogen peroxide), which is termed protein S‐sulfenylation, is a reversibleExpand
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