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Molecular cloning and expression of IRAK-4, IL-17 and I-κB genes in< i> Haliotis rufescens</i> challenged with< i> Vibrio anguillarum</i>

V Valenzuela-Muñoz, C Gallardo-Escárate – Fish & Shellfish Immunology, 2014
Abstract The candidate genes interleukin-1 receptor associated kinase 4 (IRAK-4),
Interleukin 17 (IL-17) and Inhibitor of NF-κB (I-κB) were cloned and evaluated in Californian
abalone (Haliotis rufescens) hemocytes in response to Vibrio anguillarum. Molecular

The Jumonji gene family in< i> Crassostrea gigas</i> suggests evolutionary conservation of Jmj–C histone demethylases orthologues in the oyster gametogenesis …

A Fellous, P Favrel, X Guo, G Riviere – Gene, 2014
Abstract Jumonji (Jmj) proteins are histone demethylases, which control the identity of stem
cells. Jmj genes were characterized from plants to mammals where they have been
implicated in the epigenetic regulation of development. Despite the Pacific oyster

Novel SNP Genotyping Assays Facilitate Species Identification of Salvelinus Collected in a Recreational Fishery

PW DeHaan, CE Pascal, JE Seeb – Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 2014
Abstract Members of the genus Salvelinus often occur sympatrically, exhibit a high degree of
phenotypic plasticity, and commonly hybridize. These factors often complicate species
identification and hybrid detection based solely on morphology. Many species and

[HTML] Conservation physiology today and tomorrow

SJ Cooke – Conservation Physiology, 2014
Some eight years ago Martin Wikelski and I started musing about how physiological
knowledge and tools could be used to understand conservation problems. We were
certainly not the first to do so, but we were able to codify the idea by coining the term ‘

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