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Self-complementary adeno-associated virus serotype 2 vector: global distribution and broad dispersion of AAV-mediated transgene expression in mouse brain.
The blood-brain barrier is the main obstacle to efficient delivery of therapeutic reagents, including viral vectors, into the central nervous system (CNS) for treating global CNS diseases. In thisExpand
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Non-specific lipid transfer proteins in plants: presenting new advances and an integrated functional analysis.
Plant non-specific lipid-transfer proteins (nsLTPs) are small, basic proteins present in abundance in higher plants. They are involved in key processes of plant cytology, such as the stablization ofExpand
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Effects of Bleomycin on microspore embryogenesis in Brassica napus and detection of somaclonal variation using AFLP molecular markers
Bleomycin, a glycopeptide antibiotic produced by the bacterium Streptomyces verticillus, has been demonstrated to be an effective mutagen in Arabidopsis thaliana. The objective of the present studyExpand
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BraLTP1, a Lipid Transfer Protein Gene Involved in Epicuticular Wax Deposition, Cell Proliferation and Flower Development in Brassica napus
Plant non-specific lipid transfer proteins (nsLTPs) constitute large multigene families that possess complex physiological functions, many of which remain unclear. This study isolated andExpand
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Elucidation of Cross-Talk and Specificity of Early Response Mechanisms to Salt and PEG-Simulated Drought Stresses in Brassica napus Using Comparative Proteomic Analysis
To understand the cross-talk and specificity of the early responses of plants to salt and drought, we performed physiological and proteome analyses of Brassica napus seedlings pretreated with 245 mMExpand
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Genetic characterisation and fine mapping of a chlorophyll-deficient mutant (BnaC.ygl) in Brassica napus
A chlorophyll-deficient mutant with yellow-green leaves of Brassica napus was obtained by treatment with the chemical mutagen ethyl methanesulfonate. Compared with the wild type at seedling stage,Expand
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Aberrant Meiotic Prophase I Leads to Genic Male Sterility in the Novel TE5A Mutant of Brassica napus
Genic male sterility (GMS) has already been extensively utilized for hybrid rapeseed production. TE5A is a novel thermo-sensitive dominant GMS line in Brassica napus, however, its mechanisms of GMSExpand
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Nuclear Envelope-Associated Chromosome Dynamics during Meiotic Prophase I
Chromosome dynamics during meiotic prophase I are associated with a series of major events such as chromosomal reorganization and condensation, pairing/synapsis and recombination of the homologs, andExpand
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Identification, fine mapping and characterisation of a dwarf mutant (bnaC.dwf) in Brassica napus
In the present study, we have obtained one dwarf mutant (bnaC.dwf) from the Brassica napus inbred line T6 through chemical mutagen ethyl methanesulfonate (EMS). We have determined the phenotypicExpand
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BnSIP1-1, a Trihelix Family Gene, Mediates Abiotic Stress Tolerance and ABA Signaling in Brassica napus
The trihelix family genes have important functions in light-relevant and other developmental processes, but their roles in response to adverse environment are largely unclear. In this study, weExpand
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