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The Gene Structure and Expression Level Changes of the GH3 Gene Family in Brassica napus Relative to Its Diploid Ancestors
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This study provides a comprehensive analysis of the GH3 gene family in B. napus, and these results could contribute to identifying genes with vital roles in phytohormone-related growth and developmental processes. Expand
Current understanding of CREPT and p15RS, carboxy-terminal domain (CTD)-interacting proteins, in human cancers
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Fully revealing the mechanisms of CREPT and p15RS functions will not only provide new insights into understanding gene transcription and maintenance of DNA stability in tumors, but also promote new approach development for tumor diagnosis and therapy. Expand
Absence of GdX/UBL4A Protects against Inflammatory Diseases by Regulating NF-кB Signaling in Macrophages and Dendritic Cells
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This study provides a mechanism by which NF-κB signaling is positively regulated by an adaptor protein GdX in DC or Mφ to maintain the innate immune response to reduce over-activated immune response in inflammatory diseases. Expand
Genome-wide identification and analysis of the EIN3/EIL gene family in allotetraploid Brassica napus reveal its potential advantages during polyploidization
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The results indicated allotetraploid Brassica napus might have potential advantages in some biological aspects, and the understanding of the evolution of the EIN3/EIL gene family in B. napus was increased, and provided more reference for future research about polyploidization. Expand
Genome-wide identification and analysis of the WUSCHEL-related homeobox (WOX) gene family in allotetraploid Brassica napus reveals changes in WOX genes during polyploidization
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The results showed that at least 70 and 67% of WOX genes maintained the same gene structure and relative position on chromosomes, respectively, indicating that WOC genes in B. napus were highly conserved at the DNA level during polyploidization. Expand
Mesenchymal stromal cells ameliorate acute allergic rhinitis in rats
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This work suggested that MSCs from the umbilical cords of humans could be used as a positive clinical therapy for the human disease through its regulation of the secretion of related cytokines from macrophages during the process of acute allergic rhinitis. Expand
A systematic approach for watershed ecological restoration strategy making: An application in the Taizi River Basin in northern China.
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A systematic approach to help make an optimal strategy for watershed restoration, which incorporated ecological security assessment and multi-objectives optimization (MOO) into the planning process to enhance restoration efficiency and effectiveness is developed. Expand
Homoeolog expression bias and expression level dominance (ELD) in four tissues of natural allotetraploid Brassica napus
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The results showed that the ‘transcriptomic shock’ phenomenon was alleviated in natural B. napus after approximately 7500 years of natural domestication, and most differentially expressed genes (DEGs) in B.Napus were downregulated relative to those in its two diploid progenitors. Expand
Gap Analysis and Conservation Network for Freshwater Wetlands in Central Yangtze Ecoregion
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To effectively conserve over 80% of the potential habitats for the focal species by optimizing the existing conservation network for the freshwater wetlands in Central Yangtze Ecoregion, it is necessary to establish new wetland nature reserves in 22 county units across Hubei, Anhui, and Jiangxi provinces. Expand
Genome-wide identification and characterization of the Hsp70 gene family in allopolyploid rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) compared with its diploid progenitors
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The homology and synteny analysis indicated whole genome triplication and segmental duplication may be the major contributor for the expansion of Hsp70 gene family and transcriptional profiles analyses indicated that expression patterns of most BnHsp70 genes were tissue-specific. Expand
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