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Negative Regulation of Mast Cell Signaling and Function by the Adaptor LAB/NTAL
TLDR
The combined data show that NTAL is functionally and topographically different from LAT, and antigen-mediated degranulation responses were unexpectedly increased in NTAL-deficient mast cells.
Red List of Czech spiders: 3rd edition, adjusted according to evidence-based national conservation priorities
TLDR
It is confirmed that spiders are a highly threatened group of arthropods in the Czech Republic, and the updated Red List provides an important foundation for defining conservation priorities.
Regulation of cys-based protein tyrosine phosphatases via reactive oxygen and nitrogen species in mast cells and basophils.
TLDR
The combined data highlight the role of redox-regulated protein tyrosine phosphatases as targets in the development of new ways of therapeutic intervention in allergies and inflammatory diseases.
Involvement of filamentous actin in setting the threshold for degranulation in mast cells
TLDR
The combined data suggest that actin polymerization is critical for setting the thresholds for mast cell signaling via aggregation of both FcϵRI and GPI‐anchored proteins.
Molecular and comparative morphological analysis of central European parasitic flatworms of the superfamily Brachylaimoidea Allison, 1943 (Trematoda: Plagiorchiida)
TLDR
The Brachylaimoidea are digenean parasites of vertebrates, including humans, domestic animals, poultry and wild game, and the specificity of their localization in the host is addressed and their host-specific prevalence and intensity of infections are discussed.
Soil penetrability as a key factor affecting the nesting of burrowing birds
  • P. Heneberg
  • Environmental Science
    Ecological Research
  • 1 March 2009
Soil penetrability resistance was found to be crucial for nest site selection of all three Central European burrowing bird species—Sand Martins (Riparia riparia), European Bee-eaters (Merops
Molecular and comparative morphological analysis of central European parasitic flatworms of the superfamily Brachylaimoidea Allison, 1943 (Trematoda: Plagiorchiida) – CORRIGENDUM
TLDR
The authors apologise for errors that appear in the molecular phylogenetic analyses of the ND1 locus, which resulted in a slightly longer branch of the species in Fig. 2B and related supplementary material.
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