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A Role for Innexin2 and Innexin3 Proteins from Spodoptera litura in Apoptosis
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This study showed that Sf9 and Spli221 cells undergo low level apoptosis under normal culture conditions, but not Hi5 cells, which suggests that innexon-promoted apoptosis may be involving the PI3K/Akt signaling pathway.
A Transcriptome Analysis Suggests Apoptosis-Related Signaling Pathways in Hemocytes of Spodoptera litura After Parasitization by Microplitis bicoloratus
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A new RNAseq-based comparative analysis of the hemocytes transcriptomes of non-parasitized and parasitized S. litura hemocytes suggests that M. bicoloratus parasitism may regulate host mitochondria to trigger internucleosomal DNA fragmentation and facilitates the identification of immunosuppression-related genes.
TWO INNEXINS OF Spodoptera litura INFLUENCES HEMICHANNEL AND GAP JUNCTION FUNCTIONS IN CELLULAR IMMUNE RESPONSES.
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A steady-state level of Inxs (SpliInxs) was reported in hemocytes of Spodoptera litura, which formed nonfunctional hemichannels on the cell surface to maintain normal metabolism and provides fundamental knowledge for further study of how steady- state levels of SpliInx are dynamically adjusted to perform cellular immune responses under immune challenge.
Identification of β-chain of Fo F1 -ATPase in apoptotic cell population induced by Microplitis bicoloratus bracovirus and its role in the development of Spodoptera litura.
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It is found that Fo F1 -ATPase β-chain was expressed and localized on the cell membrane in the apoptotic cells, and involved in the development of S. litura.