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Transcriptome analysis reveals novel insights into the response of low-dose benzo(a)pyrene exposure in male tilapia.
Despite a wide number of toxicological studies that describe benzo[a]pyrene (BaP) effects, the metabolic mechanisms that underlie these effects in fish are largely unknown. Of great concern is theExpand
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Diversidad genética de dos poblaciones del caracol Strombus gigas (Gastropoda: Strombidae) en Yucatán, México, con microsatélite
The pink conch Strombus gigas is an important fisheries resource in the Caribbean region, including the Yucatan Peninsula. We analyzed the genetic diversity and genetic structure of two populationsExpand
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Isolation and characterization of eight polymorphic microsatellite markers from pink conch (Strombus gigas)
Many marine organisms have pelagic larvae, and these are often important agents of dispersal. The larval phase and the multiple paternity that occur in marine gastropods such as Strombus gigas areExpand
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Genome-Wide Association Study Reveals Candidate Genes for Litter Size Traits in Pelibuey Sheep
Simple Summary Reproductive traits are economically important in the livestock industry, and this is of greater relevance when it comes to indigenous animals, since their study allows improving theirExpand
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Identification, by RT-PCR, of four novel T-1-superfamily conotoxins from the vermivorous snail Conus spurius from the Gulf of Mexico
cDNA was prepared from the venom duct of a single Conus spurius specimen collected near the coast of Campeche, Mexico. From it, PCR products were generated, sequenced, and predicted to encode eightExpand
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Identification, by molecular cloning, of a novel type of I2-superfamily conotoxin precursor and two novel I2-conotoxins from the worm-hunter snail Conus spurius from the Gulf of México
cDNA was prepared from the venom duct of a single Conus spurius specimen collected near the coast of Campeche, México. From it, PCR products were generated aiming to clone I-conotoxin precursors.Expand
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Diversity of A-conotoxins of three worm-hunting cone snails (Conus brunneus, Conus nux, and Conus princeps) from the Mexican Pacific coast
Conus marine snails (∼500 species) are tropical predators that use venoms mainly to capture prey and defend themselves from predators. The principal components of these venoms are peptides that areExpand
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Identification, by RT-PCR, of eight novel I2-conotoxins from the worm-hunting cone snails Conus brunneus, Conus nux, and Conus princeps from the eastern Pacific (Mexico)
Marine snails of the genus Conus (∼500 species) are tropical predators that produce venoms for capturing prey, defense and competitive interactions. These venoms contain 50-200 different peptidesExpand
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Genetic signature analysis of Perkinsus marinus in Mexico suggests possible translocation from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific coast of Mexico
BackgroundThe protozoan Perkinsus marinus (Mackin, Owen & Collier) Levine, 1978 causes perkinsosis in the American oyster Crassostrea virginica Gmelin, 1791. This pathogen is present in cultured C.Expand
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[Antifungal effect of phenolic and carotenoids extracts from chiltepin (Capsicum annum var. glabriusculum) on Alternaria alternata and Fusarium oxysporum].
The effect of phenolic and carotenoid extracts from chiltepin fruits on mycelial growth and the inhibition of conidial germination of Alternaria alternata and Fusarium oxysporum were investigated inExpand
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