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Evidence of parasite‐mediated disruptive selection on genetic diversity in a wild fish population
Identifying the processes maintaining genetic variability in wild populations is a major concern in conservation and evolutionary biology. Parasite‐mediated selection may strongly affect geneticExpand
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Design, synthesis, and biological activity of pyridopyrimidine scaffolds as novel PI3K/mTOR dual inhibitors.
The design, synthesis, and screening of dual PI3K/mTOR inhibitors that gave nanomolar enzymatic and cellular activities on both targets with an acceptable kinase selectivity profile are described. AExpand
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Two new species of polystomes (Monogenea: Polystomatidae) from the anuran host Guibemantis liber.
Madapolystoma ramilijaonae n. sp. and Madapolystoma cryptica n. sp. (Monogenea, Polystomatidae) are described from the urinary bladder of disjunct populations of the Madagascar shrub frog GuibemantisExpand
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First monogenean flatworm from a microhylid frog host: Kankana, a new polystome genus from Madagascar.
Kankana manampoka n. gen., n. sp. (Monogenea, Polystomatidae), is described from the urinary bladder of the narrow-mouthed frog Platypelis pollicaris. This is the first record of a polystome from theExpand
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Cocaine Directly Impairs Memory Extinction and Alters Brain DNA Methylation Dynamics in Honey Bees
Drug addiction is a chronic relapsing behavioral disorder. The high relapse rate has often been attributed to the perseverance of drug-associated memories due to high incentive salience of stimuliExpand
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Conservation animale : utilisation des parasites comme marqueurs de l’écologie évolutive des amphibiens
Dans le contexte tres actuel de sauvegarde de la biodiversite, les acteurs de la conservation se doivent de rassembler un maximum d’informations sur la biologie et l’ecologie des especes menaceesExpand