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Methane oxidation by an extremely acidophilic bacterium of the phylum Verrucomicrobia
The findings show that methanotrophy in the Bacteria is more taxonomically, ecologically and genetically diverse than previously thought, and that previous studies have failed to assess the full diversity of meethanotrophs in acidic environments.
Rapid movement of axonal neurofilaments interrupted by prolonged pauses
- L. Wang, Chung-Liang Ho, Dongming Sun, R. Liem, Anthony Brown
- Biology, MedicineNature Cell Biology
- 1 March 2000
The direct observation of the axonal transport of neurofilament protein tagged with green fluorescent protein in cultured nerve cells reveals rapid, intermittent and highly asynchronous movement of fluorescent neurofilaments.
A dynamic gene expression atlas covering the entire life cycle of rice.
- L. Wang, Weibo Xie, +8 authors Qifa Zhang
- Biology, MedicineThe Plant journal : for cell and molecular…
- 1 March 2010
This dataset provided a versatile resource for plant genomic research, which can be used for associating the transcriptomes to the developmental processes, understanding the regulatory network of these processes, tracing the expression profile of individual genes and identifying reference genes for quantitative expression analyses.
Strigolactone Signaling in Arabidopsis Regulates Shoot Development by Targeting D53-Like SMXL Repressor Proteins for Ubiquitination and Degradation[OPEN]
It is shown that SL-dependent regulation of shoot branching in Arabidopsis requires three D53-like proteins, SUPPRESSOR of MORE AXILLARY GROWTH2-LIKE6 (SMXL6), SMXL7, and SMXL8; this requires D14 and MAX2 and TPR2-dependent transcriptional repression activity and interaction with D14 in a GR24-responsive manner.
A triallelic system of S5 is a major regulator of the reproductive barrier and compatibility of indica–japonica hybrids in rice
- Jiongjiong Chen, Jihua Ding, +17 authors Qifa Zhang
- Biology, MedicineProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 12 August 2008
Cloned S5, a major locus for indica–japonica hybrid sterility and wide compatibility, is cloned using a map-based cloning approach and it is shown that S5 encodes an aspartic protease conditioning embryo-sac fertility.
Stem Cell Dynamics in Response to Nutrient Availability
- Catherine J. McLeod, L. Wang, Chihunt Wong, D. Jones
- Biology, MedicineCurrent Biology
- 7 December 2010
The data indicate that stem cells can directly sense changes in the systemic environment to coordinate their behavior with the nutritional status of the animal, providing a paradigm for maintaining tissue homeostasis under metabolic stress.
OsLIC, a Novel CCCH-Type Zinc Finger Protein with Transcription Activation, Mediates Rice Architecture via Brassinosteroids Signaling
A novel CCCH-type zinc finger gene, OsLIC (Oraza sativa leaf and tiller angle increased controller), which is involved in the regulation of rice plant architecture, is described, which contains a novel conserved EELR domain among eukaryotes and displays transcriptional activation activity in yeast.
Independently silencing two JAR family members impairs levels of trypsin proteinase inhibitors but not nicotine
- L. Wang, R. Halitschke, Jin-ho Kang, A. Berg, F. Harnisch, I. Baldwin
- Biology, MedicinePlanta
- 2 February 2007
It is concluded that both JAR4 and JAR6 conjugate JA to Ile, Val, and Leu, and that both positively regulate TPI activity.
Comprehensive expression profiling analysis of OsIAA gene family in developmental processes and in response to phytohormone and stress treatments
DNA chip and real-time PCR results show that many genes in these families were responsive to various abiotic stresses, indicating an interaction between plant growth and abiotic stress.
Fluorescence in situ hybridization study shows association of PTEN deletion with ERG rearrangement during prostate cancer progression
The data support PTEN deletion as a late genetic event in human prostate cancer, presumably a ‘second hit’ after ERG rearrangement, which may cooperate, but contribute at different stages, in prostate cancer progression.