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A Molecular Phylogeny of Hemiptera Inferred from Mitochondrial Genome Sequences
Classically, Hemiptera is comprised of two suborders: Homoptera and Heteroptera. Homoptera includes Cicadomorpha, Fulgoromorpha and Sternorrhyncha. However, according to previous molecularExpand
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Deep-level phylogeny of Cicadomorpha inferred from mitochondrial genomes sequenced by NGS
Recent development and advancement of next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies have enabled the determination of mitochondrial genome (mitogenome) at extremely efficiency. In this study,Expand
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Higher-level phylogeny of paraneopteran insects inferred from mitochondrial genome sequences
Mitochondrial (mt) genome data have been proven to be informative for animal phylogenetic studies but may also suffer from systematic errors, due to the effects of accelerated substitution rate andExpand
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Reconstruction of mitogenomes by NGS and phylogenetic implications for leaf beetles
Abstract Mitochondrial genome (mitogenome) sequences are frequently used to infer phylogenetic relationships of insects at different taxonomic levels. Next-generation sequencing (NGS) techniques areExpand
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Purification and characterization of four key enzymes from a feather-degrading Bacillus subtilis from the gut of tarantula Chilobrachys guangxiensis
Abstract A feather-degrading bacterium was isolated from the gut of the tarantula Chilobrachys guangxiensis, and was classified as Bacillus subtilis (named Bacillus subtilis CH-1) according to bothExpand
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The complete mitochondrial genome sequence from the longicorn beetle Obrium sp. (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)
Abstract The complete mitochondrial genome (mitogenome) of Obrium sp. was sequenced, which was the first representation from the longicorn beetle genus Obrium. The whole mitogenome is a typicalExpand
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Molecular phylogeny of Polyneoptera (Insecta) inferred from expanded mitogenomic data
The Polyneoptera represents one of the earliest insect radiations, comprising the majority of hemimetabolous orders, in which many species have great economic importance. Here, we sequenced elevenExpand
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All 37 Mitochondrial Genes of Aphid Aphis craccivora Obtained from Transcriptome Sequencing: Implications for the Evolution of Aphids
The availability of mitochondrial genome data for Aphididae, one of the economically important insect pest families, in public databases is limited. The advent of next generation sequencingExpand
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Insights into the phylogeny of Hemiptera from increased mitogenomic taxon sampling.
Although reconstruction of the phylogeny of Hemiptera has progressed tremendously over the past two decades, some higher-level relationships remain poorly resolved. Here, we investigated theExpand
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A Systematic Evaluation of Multi-Gene Predictors for the Pathological Response of Breast Cancer Patients to Chemotherapy
Previous studies have reported conflicting assessments of the ability of cell line-derived multi-gene predictors (MGPs) to forecast patient clinical outcomes in cancer patients, thereby warranting anExpand
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