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Evolutionary analysis of TLR9 genes reveals the positive selection of extant teleosts in Perciformes.
The innate immune system can recognize non-self through pattern recognition receptors. Toll-like receptors were the best-known members of these receptors, and they could sense, recognize, and bindExpand
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Characterization and expression of the CXCR1 and CXCR4 in miiuy croaker and evolutionary analysis shows the strong positive selection pressures imposed in mammal CXCR1.
The innate immune system can recognize non-self, danger signals, and pathogen associated molecular patterns and provides a first line of antimicrobial host defense. Therefore, it plays an instructiveExpand
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Characterization of the CCR3 and CCR9 genes in miiuy croaker and different selection pressures imposed on different domains between mammals and teleosts.
The innate immune system can recognize non-self through pattern recognition receptors and provides a first line of antimicrobial host defense. Thus innate immunity plays a very important role inExpand
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Immunity to nervous necrosis virus infections of orange-spotted grouper (Epinephelus coioides) by vaccination with virus-like particles.
Nervous necrosis virus (NNV) is a kind of the betanodaviruses, which can cause viral nervous necrosis (VNN) and massive mortality in larval and juvenile stages of orange-spotted grouper (EpinephelusExpand
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Genetic diversity and population structure in Harpadon nehereus based on sequence-related amplified polymorphism markers.
In this study, the genetic diversity among ten populations of the Bombay duck was studied on the basis of sequence-related amplified polymorphism (SRAP). The ten populations were collected from theExpand
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Miiuy Croaker Transferrin Gene and Evidence for Positive Selection Events Reveal Different Evolutionary Patterns
Transferrin (TF) is a protein that plays a central role in iron metabolism. This protein is associated with the innate immune system, which is responsible for disease defense responses afterExpand
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Characterization and comprehensive analysis of the miiuy croaker TLR2 reveals a direct evidence for intron insert and loss.
Toll-like receptor 2 (TLR2) is a member of an ancient pattern recognition receptor family, conserved from insects to mammals and it is best known as a receptor for recognizing conserved components ofExpand
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Characterization of 40 full-length MHC class IIA functional alleles in miiuy croaker: Polymorphism and positive selection.
The major histocompatibility complex is a highly polymorphic gene superfamily in vertebrates that plays an important role in adaptive immune response. In the present study, we identified 40Expand
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Ontogenetic development of gonads and external sexual characters of the protandric simultaneous hermaphrodite peppermint shrimp, Lysmata vittata (Caridea: Hippolytidae)
The peppermint shrimp Lysmata vittata (Caridea: Hippolytidae) is a marine caridean shrimp popular in marine aquarium trade. The species is known to display the sexual system of protandricExpand
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Complete mitochondrial genome of Holothuria leucospilata (Holothuroidea, Holothuriidae) and phylogenetic analysis
Abstract The complete Holothuria leucospilata mitochondrial genome was determined and analyzed in this work. It had a circular mapping molecular with a total length of 15,904 bp and contained 13Expand
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