Reactive oxygen species triggering systemic programmed cell death process via elevation of nuclear calcium ion level in tomatoes resisting tobacco mosaic virus.
Autophagy contributes to regulate the ROS levels and PCD progress in TMV-infected tomatoes.
Size distribution of Platanus acerifolia allergen 3 (Pla a3) in Shanghai ambient size-resolved particles and its allergenic effects
Loss-of-function of sox3 causes follicle development retardation and reduces fecundity in zebrafish
Comparative analysis of transcriptome between sox3−/− and wild-type ovaries revealed that Sox3 was involved in pathways of ovarian steroidogenesis and apoptosis, and functions as a regulator of Cyp19a1a expression, via 17β-E2 linking apoptosis suppression, which is implicated in improving female fecundity.
Allergenicity of recombinant Humulus japonicus pollen allergen 1 after combined exposure to ozone and nitrogen dioxide.
Dynamic evolution and biogenesis of small RNAs during sex reversal
- Jie Liu, Majing Luo, Yue Sheng, Qiang Hong, Hanhua Cheng, R. Zhou
- BiologyScientific Reports
- 6 May 2015
Deep-sequencing of small RNA transcriptomes revealed dynamic expansions of miRNAs in vertebrates and an evolutionary trajectory of conserved miR-17-92 cluster in the Eukarya, which implicate small RNAs in sexual reversal and provide new insight into evolutionary and molecular mechanisms underlying sexual reversal.
Function Identification of the Nucleotides in Key cis-Element of DYSFUNCTIONAL TAPETUM1 (DYT1) Promoter
As a core regulatory gene of the anther development, DYSFUNCTIONAL TAPETUM1 (DYT1) was expressed in tapetum preferentially and the “CTCC” sequence as a whole did meet the standard of a canonical cis-element by definition.
TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY IN PHYCOERYTHROCYANIN α‐SUBUNIT *
The photochemical activities of phycoerythrocyanin α‐subunits from Mastigocladus laminosus separated by isoelectric focusing were tested by irradiating at 500, 550, 577 and 600 nm. Two types of…
Directed Differentiation of Zebrafish Pluripotent Embryonic Cells to Functional Cardiomyocytes
Macroautophagy occurs in distal TMV-uninfected root tip tissue of tomato taking place systemic PCD
Results indicated that during the systemic PCD process of root tip cells, the classical macroautophagy occurred, and the cell contents and damaged organelles (mitochondria) would be self-digested by autophagy.