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Significance Trichoplax is a disk-shaped marine animal whose body plan and lifestyle could be similar to those of the Precambrian… Expand AbstractᅟSome tumor cells can evolve into transmissible parasites. Notable examples include the Tasmanian devil facial tumor… Expand Trichoplax adhaerens is a primitive metazoan with six cell types that lacks a nervous system and synapses. One cell type, dubbed… Expand Trichoplax is a small disk-shaped marine metazoan that adheres to substrates and locomotes by ciliary gliding. Despite having… Expand Basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) transcription factors play significant roles in multiple biological processes in metazoan cells. To… Expand Although, as their names imply, estrogen receptors [ERs] and estrogen-related receptors [ERRs] are related transcription factors… Expand Data analysis reveals that cells of most of the metazoans (especially from the phyla Spongia, Placozoa and Cnidaria) at the early… Expand Trichoplax adhaerens is more simply organized than any other living metazoan. This tiny marine animal looks like a irregular… Expand Fragments of the nuclear and mitochondrial genes for the large-subunit rRNA were compared for Trichoplax sp. and T. adhaerens… Expand Trichoplax adhaerens is the only species known from the phylum Placozoa with one of the simplest metazoan body plans. In the… Expand