Experts and Doctors on animals in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia


Locale: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Topic: animals

Top Publications

  1. Blest A, Stowe S, Clausen J, Carter M. The distribution of actin immunoreactivity in rhabdomeres of tipulid flies in relation to extracellular membrane shedding. Cell Tissue Res. 1991;265:465-72 pubmed
    ..The implications of these conclusions are discussed in relation to some functional models of arthropod photoreceptor microvilli. ..
  2. O Neill H, Brenan M. A role for early cytotoxic T cells in resistance to ectromelia virus infection in mice. J Gen Virol. 1987;68 ( Pt 10):2669-73 pubmed
    ..This TC cell-mediated immune response early after infection could account for the barrier to virus dissemination known to operate 1 to 2 days after infection to slow virus passage into the lymphoreticular system. ..
  3. Gautam A, Liblau R, Chelvanayagam G, Steinman L, Boston T. A viral peptide with limited homology to a self peptide can induce clinical signs of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis. J Immunol. 1998;161:60-4 pubmed
    ..These findings have important implications in understanding the breakdown of T cell tolerance to self Ags in autoimmune diseases by means of cross-reactivity with unrelated peptides. ..
  4. Somers W, Saint R. A RhoGEF and Rho family GTPase-activating protein complex links the contractile ring to cortical microtubules at the onset of cytokinesis. Dev Cell. 2003;4:29-39 pubmed
  5. Bernardo P, Brasch N, Chai C, Waring P. A novel redox mechanism for the glutathione-dependent reversible uptake of a fungal toxin in cells. J Biol Chem. 2003;278:46549-55 pubmed
    ..The toxin effluxes from the apoptotic cell exclusively in the oxidized form and can further enter and kill neighboring cells, thus acting in a pseudocatalytic way. ..
  6. Andreasyan K, Ponsonby A, Dwyer T, Kemp A, Dear K, Cochrane J, et al. A differing pattern of association between dietary fish and allergen-specific subgroups of atopy. Allergy. 2005;60:671-7 pubmed
    ..This may be due to the different timing of allergen exposure during early life. Further investigation of the causes of atopic disease should take into account allergen-specific subgroups. ..
  7. Marshall Graves J. Weird animal genomes and the evolution of vertebrate sex and sex chromosomes. Annu Rev Genet. 2008;42:565-86 pubmed publisher
    ..Here I explore nonmodel systems that offer some new perspectives on some venerable questions of sex and sex chromosomes. ..
  8. Kuo I, Ellis A, Seymour V, Sandow S, Hill C. Dihydropyridine-insensitive calcium currents contribute to function of small cerebral arteries. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2010;30:1226-39 pubmed publisher
    ..Sensitivity of these currents to nonselective T-type channel antagonists suggests that these drugs may provide a more effective treatment for therapy-refractory cerebrovascular constriction...
  9. Milner R, Jennions M, Backwell P. Eavesdropping in crabs: an agency for lady detection. Biol Lett. 2010;6:755-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, males appear to adjust their waving according to the information available: eavesdropping males wave 12 times faster than non-courting males but only 1.7 times slower than males in full visual contact with the female...

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Publications630 found, 100 shown here

  1. Flesch I, Hollett N, Wong Y, Tscharke D. Linear fidelity in quantification of anti-viral CD8+ T cells. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e39533 pubmed publisher
    ..In contrast, in vitro and in vivo assays for cytotoxicity were not linear, suffering from high background killing, plateaus in maximal killing and substantial underestimation of differences in magnitude of responses. ..
  2. Enders A, Stankovic S, Teh C, Uldrich A, Yabas M, Juelich T, et al. ZBTB7B (Th-POK) regulates the development of IL-17-producing CD1d-restricted mouse NKT cells. J Immunol. 2012;189:5240-9 pubmed publisher
    ..These results reveal ZBTB7B as a critical factor genetically predetermining the balance of effector subsets within the NKT cell population. ..
  3. Feeney W, Langmore N. Social learning of a brood parasite by its host. Biol Lett. 2013;9:20130443 pubmed publisher
    ..This is the first direct evidence that naive hosts can learn to identify brood parasites as enemies via social learning...
  4. Stowe S, Davis D. Anti-actin immunoreactivity is retained in rhabdoms of Drosophila ninaC photoreceptors. Cell Tissue Res. 1990;260:431-4 pubmed
    ..Using post-embedding immunogold labelling of LR White-embedded eyes, we show that several alleles of this mutation retain positive anti-actin immunoreactivity in the rhabdomeres, comparable to that of wild-type flies. ..
  5. Rolph M, Ramshaw I, Rockett K, Ruby J, Cowden W. Nitric oxide production is increased during murine vaccinia virus infection, but may not be essential for virus clearance. Virology. 1996;217:470-7 pubmed
    ..Treatment of VV-infected mice with the nitric oxide synthase inhibitor N(G)-methyl-L-arginine did not alter the course of infection, suggesting that NO may not be essential for the clearance of this virus...
  6. Willard F, Crouch M. MEK, ERK, and p90RSK are present on mitotic tubulin in Swiss 3T3 cells: a role for the MAP kinase pathway in regulating mitotic exit. Cell Signal. 2001;13:653-64 pubmed
    ..This failure to exit mitosis correlated with altered cyclin-dependent kinase (cdk) activities. Thus, the MAP kinase pathway may act to coordinate passage through mitosis in Swiss 3T3 fibroblasts by regulation of cdk activity. ..
  7. Dulhunty A, Laver D, Curtis S, Pace S, Haarmann C, Gallant E. Characteristics of irreversible ATP activation suggest that native skeletal ryanodine receptors can be phosphorylated via an endogenous CaMKII. Biophys J. 2001;81:3240-52 pubmed
    ..The results suggest that CaMKII is anchored to skeletal muscle RyRs and that phosphorylation by this kinase alters the enhancement of channel activity by ATP and Ca(2+). ..
  8. Oleskevich S, Walmsley B. Synaptic transmission in the auditory brainstem of normal and congenitally deaf mice. J Physiol. 2002;540:447-55 pubmed
  9. Rummery N, Hickey H, McGurk G, Hill C. Connexin37 is the major connexin expressed in the media of caudal artery. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 2002;22:1427-32 pubmed
    ..The demonstration of Cx37 as the dominant Cx in the media of the CA highlights the potential heterogeneity in Cx involvement in vascular smooth muscle. ..
  10. Ozsarac N, Weible M, Reynolds A, Hendry I. Activation of protein kinase C inhibits retrograde transport of neurotrophins in mice. J Neurosci Res. 2003;72:203-10 pubmed
    ..In this study, we show that Ro-31-8220 reverses growth cone collapse by phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate and suggest that one of the effects of activating PKC on retrograde transport is to disrupt the actin filaments. ..
  11. Mahon R, Ahmad H, Wardhaugh K. Factors affecting abundance and oviposition rates of a field population of the Old World screw-worm fly, Chrysomya bezziana (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Bull Entomol Res. 2004;94:359-68 pubmed
    ..These findings are discussed in relation to the use of the sterile insect technique for the control of screw-worm fly infestations. ..
  12. Jennions M, Hunt J, Graham R, Brooks R. No evidence for inbreeding avoidance through postcopulatory mechanisms in the black field cricket, Teleogryllus commodus. Evolution. 2004;58:2472-7 pubmed
    ..Although polyandry may confer indirect genetic benefits, our results provide no evidence that female T. commodus gain these benefits by biasing paternity toward genetically more compatible males through postcopulatory mechanisms. ..
  13. O Mara M, Cromer B, Parker M, Chung S. Homology model of the GABAA receptor examined using Brownian dynamics. Biophys J. 2005;88:3286-99 pubmed
    ..Finally, we simulate the gamma2 K289M epilepsy inducing mutation and examine Cl(-) ion permeation through the mutant receptor. ..
  14. Cross J, Harrison G, Coggill P, Sims S, Beck S, Deakin J, et al. Analysis of the genomic region containing the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii) orthologues of MHC class III genes. Cytogenet Genome Res. 2005;111:110-7 pubmed
    ..Full length sequencing of BACs containing the three genes has been partially completed, and reveals the presence of a number of other tammar MHC III orthologues in this region...
  15. Cockburn A, Sims R, Osmond H, Green D, Double M, Mulder R. Can we measure the benefits of help in cooperatively breeding birds: the case of superb fairy-wrens Malurus cyaneus?. J Anim Ecol. 2008;77:430-8 pubmed publisher
    ..These data exacerbate the paradox posed by previously reported costs that supernumeraries impose on dominant males. ..
  16. Kozulin P, Natoli R, Bumsted O Brien K, Madigan M, Provis J. The cellular expression of antiangiogenic factors in fetal primate macula. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2010;51:4298-306 pubmed publisher
    ..The precise role of BNP is unclear, but it may include both antiangiogenic and natriuretic functions. ..
  17. Chaumeil J, Waters P, Koina E, Gilbert C, Robinson T, Graves J. Evolution from XIST-independent to XIST-controlled X-chromosome inactivation: epigenetic modifications in distantly related mammals. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e19040 pubmed publisher
  18. Xi Y, Day S, Jackson R, Ranasinghe C. Role of novel type I interferon epsilon in viral infection and mucosal immunity. Mucosal Immunol. 2012;5:610-22 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results indicate that IFN-? has a unique role in the mucosae and most likely can be used to control local lung and/or gut infections (i.e., microbicide) such as tuberculosis, HIV-1, or sexually transmitted diseases. ..
  19. Chan K, Busque S, Sailer M, Stoeger C, Bröer S, Daniel H, et al. Loss of function mutation of the Slc38a3 glutamine transporter reveals its critical role for amino acid metabolism in the liver, brain, and kidney. Pflugers Arch. 2016;468:213-27 pubmed publisher
    ..Despite the large number of glutamine transporters, loss of Snat3 cannot be compensated, suggesting that this transporter is a major route of glutamine transport in the liver, brain, and kidney. ..
  20. Mound L, Tree D. Two new Australian fungus-feeding thrips in two new Plectrothripini genera (Thysanoptera, Phlaeothripinae). Zootaxa. 2017;4273:443-446 pubmed publisher
    ..One has a long stout projection ventrally on the second antennal segment, the other has a unique arrangement of the dorsal facets of the compound eyes. In both of them the thoracic ventral sclerites are extensively eroded. ..
  21. Lobigs M, Mullbacher A, Blanden R, Hammerling G, Momburg F. Antigen presentation in syrian hamster cells: substrate selectivity of TAP controlled by polymorphic residues in TAP1 and differential requirements for loading of H2 class I molecules. Immunogenetics. 1999;49:931-41 pubmed
    ..Thus, polymorphic residues in TAP1 can influence the substrate selectivity of the Syrian hamster peptide transporter...
  22. Regner M, Lobigs M, Blanden R, Mullbacher A. Effector cytolotic function but not IFN-gamma production in cytotoxic T cells triggered by virus-infected target cells in vitro. Scand J Immunol. 2001;54:366-74 pubmed
    ..This result raises the possibility that the levels of presentation of cognate antigen on virus-infected cells in vivo may be below the threshold required for the IFN-gamma production. ..
  23. Reubel G, Pekin J, Venables D, Wright J, Zabar S, Leslie K, et al. Experimental infection of European red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) with canine herpesvirus. Vet Microbiol. 2001;83:217-33 pubmed
    ..No clinical disease or virus spread was observed after peroral dosing although viral infection occurred as evidenced by seroconversion...
  24. Glass K. Ecological mechanisms that promote arbovirus survival: a mathematical model of Ross River virus transmission. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 2005;99:252-60 pubmed
    ..This suggests that birth rate can be a key factor when assessing the competence of reservoir hosts to maintain virus transmission...
  25. Arsov T, Larter C, Nolan C, Petrovsky N, Goodnow C, Teoh N, et al. Adaptive failure to high-fat diet characterizes steatohepatitis in Alms1 mutant mice. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2006;342:1152-9 pubmed
    ..In this model of metabolic syndrome, transition of steatosis to steatohepatitis was associated with hypoadiponectinemia, a mediator of hepatic fatty acid disposal pathways. ..
  26. Liu C, Begg K, Johansen C, Whelan P, Kurucz N, Melville L. Communicable Diseases Network Australia National Arbovirus and Malaria Advisory Committee annual report, 2006-07. Commun Dis Intell Q Rep. 2008;32:31-47 pubmed
    ..Sentinel chicken surveillance data for flaviviruses and sentinel pig surveillance data for Japanese encephalitis virus are also reported. ..
  27. Morris M, Craig S, Sutherland T, Board P, Casarotto M. Transport of glutathione transferase-fold structured proteins into living cells. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2009;1788:676-85 pubmed publisher
    ..These experiments suggest that the 'GST-fold' structural motif influences cellular uptake, which presents a novel glimpse into an unknown aspect of GST function. ..
  28. Mirza S, Walker A, Chen J, Murphy J, Young I. The Ig-like domain of human GM-CSF receptor alpha plays a critical role in cytokine binding and receptor activation. Biochem J. 2010;426:307-17 pubmed publisher
    ..The results indicate a previously unrecognized role for the Ig-like domain, and in particular Cys60, of GM-CSFRalpha in the binding of GM-CSF and subsequent activation of cellular signalling. ..
  29. Rowell D, Lim S, Grützner F. Chromosome analysis in invertebrates and vertebrates. Methods Mol Biol. 2011;772:13-35 pubmed publisher
    ..This chapter provides simple and straightforward protocols for the preparation of chromosome spreads from animals, and more advanced techniques for cell culture and chromosomal banding and hybridisation...
  30. Binning S, Roche D, Layton C. Ectoparasites increase swimming costs in a coral reef fish. Biol Lett. 2013;9:20120927 pubmed publisher
    ..In sum, the main cost of this ectoparasite is probably its direct effect on streamlining, reducing swimming performance at high speeds. ..
  31. Cone Wesson B, Hill K, Liu G. Auditory brainstem response in tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii). Hear Res. 1997;105:119-29 pubmed
    ..The findings from this study indicate that tammar wallaby is a suitable model for auditory research and that algorithms employing cross-correlation are useful for detection of the ABR waveform. ..
  32. McCarthy C, Megaw P, Devadas M, Morgan I. Dopaminergic agents affect the ability of brief periods of normal vision to prevent form-deprivation myopia. Exp Eye Res. 2007;84:100-7 pubmed
    ..These responses are mediated by D2 receptors, suggesting that the protective effect of normal vision against form-deprivation is mediated through the stimulation of dopamine release and activation of D2-dopamine receptors. ..
  33. Groves C, Fernando P, Robovský J. The sixth rhino: a taxonomic re-assessment of the critically endangered northern white rhinoceros. PLoS ONE. 2010;5:e9703 pubmed publisher
    ..Since their last taxonomic assessment over three decades ago, new material and analytical techniques have become available, necessitating a review of available information and re-assessment of the taxonomy...
  34. Mautz B, Møller A, Jennions M. Do male secondary sexual characters signal ejaculate quality? A meta-analysis. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc. 2013;88:669-82 pubmed publisher
    ..The implications of our findings are discussed. ..
  35. Kriticos D, Leriche A, Palmer D, Cook D, Brockerhoff E, Stephens A, et al. Linking climate suitability, spread rates and host-impact when estimating the potential costs of invasive pests. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e54861 pubmed publisher
    ..Our novel bioeconomic method provides a refined means of estimating potential impacts of invasive alien species, taking into account climatic effects on asset values, the potential for pest impacts, and pest spread rates. ..
  36. Versteeg C, Logan A, Müller W. Australian milk fat--Seasonal and regional variation of melting properties. J Dairy Sci. 2016;99:2571-2587 pubmed publisher
    ..The Victorian group's lows in dropping point occurred about 2 mo later than did the low values of solid fat content. No single factor stood out as determining the variation in melting properties. ..
  37. Sandow S, Hill C. Physiological and anatomical studies of the development of the sympathetic innervation to rat iris arterioles. J Auton Nerv Syst. 1999;77:152-63 pubmed
  38. Leck K, Bartlett S, Smith M, Megirian D, Holgate J, Powell K, et al. Deletion of guanine nucleotide binding protein alpha z subunit in mice induces a gene dose dependent tolerance to morphine. Neuropharmacology. 2004;46:836-46 pubmed
    ..The results suggest that G(z) signaling pathways are involved in transducing the analgesic and lethality effects of morphine following chronic morphine treatment. ..
  39. Tyrer P, Foxwell A, Cripps A, Apicella M, Kyd J. Microbial pattern recognition receptors mediate M-cell uptake of a gram-negative bacterium. Infect Immun. 2006;74:625-31 pubmed
    ..Taken together, the data suggest that pathogen-associated molecular pattern interactions with pattern recognition receptors are key factors in M-cell recognition of intestinal antigens for mucosal immune priming. ..
  40. Karupiah G, Panchanathan V, Sakala I, Chaudhri G. Genetic resistance to smallpox: lessons from mousepox. Novartis Found Symp. 2007;281:129-36; discussion 136-40, 208-9 pubmed
    ..Here we present data on one virus-encoded immune modifier and its effect on the functions of two host genetic loci associ ated with resistance. ..
  41. Barnes B, Sidhu H, Gordon D. Host gastro-intestinal dynamics and the frequency of colicin production by Escherichia coli. Microbiology. 2007;153:2823-7 pubmed
    ..The model predicted that a colicin producer was more likely to dominate in the gut of a host with lower gut turnover rates, and a non-producer to dominate in hosts with rapid gut turnover rates. ..
  42. Cameron S, Whiting M. The complete mitochondrial genome of the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta, (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Sphingidae), and an examination of mitochondrial gene variability within butterflies and moths. Gene. 2008;408:112-23 pubmed publisher
  43. Ezaz T, Quinn A, Sarre S, O Meally D, Georges A, Graves J. Molecular marker suggests rapid changes of sex-determining mechanisms in Australian dragon lizards. Chromosome Res. 2009;17:91-8 pubmed publisher
  44. Wang Y, Da dara A, Thomas P, Harn D. Dendritic cells activated by an anti-inflammatory agent induce CD4(+) T helper type 2 responses without impairing CD8(+) memory and effector cytotoxic T-lymphocyte responses. Immunology. 2010;129:406-17 pubmed publisher
    ..Treatment of APCs by the anti-inflammatory glycan LNFPIII did not impair their ability to drive CD8(+) effector and memory cell-mediated immunity. ..
  45. Weiss S, Benoist D, White E, Teng W, Saint D. Riluzole protects against cardiac ischaemia and reperfusion damage via block of the persistent sodium current. Br J Pharmacol. 2010;160:1072-82 pubmed publisher
    ..Riluzole preferentially blocked INaP and was protective in cardiac ischaemia and reperfusion. Thus block of the persistent sodium current would be a viable method of ameliorating cardiac ischaemic and reperfusion damage. ..
  46. Chen G, Hardy K, Pagler E, Ma L, Lee S, Gerondakis S, et al. The NF-?B transcription factor c-Rel is required for Th17 effector cell development in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis. J Immunol. 2011;187:4483-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, our findings indicate that in addition to promoting Th1 differentiation, c-Rel regulates the development and severity of EAE via multiple mechanisms that impact on the generation of Th17 cells. ..
  47. Carr O, Glendining K, Leamey C, Marotte L. Overexpression of Ten-m3 in the retina alters ipsilateral retinocollicular projections in the wallaby (Macropus eugenii). Int J Dev Neurosci. 2013;31:496-504 pubmed publisher
    ..Retinal manipulation of Ten-m3 levels produces changes in ipsilateral mapping, supporting a role for it in binocular mapping. ..
  48. Altin J, Daley S, Howitt J, Rickards H, Batkin A, Horikawa K, et al. Ndfip1 mediates peripheral tolerance to self and exogenous antigen by inducing cell cycle exit in responding CD4+ T cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014;111:2067-74 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings illuminate a peripheral tolerance checkpoint that aborts T-cell clonal expansion against allergens and autoantigens and demonstrate how hypersensitive responses to environmental antigens may trigger autoimmunity. ..
  49. Kefford B, Buchwalter D, Cañedo Argüelles M, Davis J, Duncan R, Hoffmann A, et al. Salinized rivers: degraded systems or new habitats for salt-tolerant faunas?. Biol Lett. 2016;12:20151072 pubmed publisher
    ..g. most naturally saline habitats are lentic; thus potential colonizers would need to adapt to lotic environments), leading to depauperate communities in these environments. ..
  50. Andrew R, Wallis I, Harwood C, Henson M, Foley W. Heritable variation in the foliar secondary metabolite sideroxylonal in Eucalyptus confers cross-resistance to herbivores. Oecologia. 2007;153:891-901 pubmed
  51. Periasamy P, Tan J, Griffiths K, O Neill H. Splenic stromal niches support hematopoiesis of dendritic-like cells from precursors in bone marrow and spleen. Exp Hematol. 2009;37:1060-71 pubmed publisher
    ..The aims of this study are to test the ability of stromal cells from murine spleen to support hematopoiesis, to define the tissue source of precursors that seed these hematopoietic niches, and to determine the type of cells produced...
  52. Rule S, Brook B, Haberle S, Turney C, Kershaw A, Johnson C. The aftermath of megafaunal extinction: ecosystem transformation in Pleistocene Australia. Science. 2012;335:1483-6 pubmed publisher
    ..This ecosystem shift was as large as any effect of climate change over the last glacial cycle, and indicates the magnitude of changes that may have followed megafaunal extinction elsewhere in the world. ..
  53. Holman L, Kokko H. The consequences of polyandry for population viability, extinction risk and conservation. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2013;368:20120053 pubmed publisher
    ..g. anthropogenic change). Surprisingly few studies have attempted to link mating system variation to population dynamics, and in general we urge researchers to consider the ecological consequences of evolutionary processes. ..
  54. Livernois A, Waters S, Deakin J, Marshall Graves J, Waters P. Independent evolution of transcriptional inactivation on sex chromosomes in birds and mammals. PLoS Genet. 2013;9:e1003635 pubmed publisher
  55. Lin Y, Edwards R, Kondo T, Semple T, Cook L. Species delimitation in asexual insects of economic importance: The case of black scale (Parasaissetia nigra), a cosmopolitan parthenogenetic pest scale insect. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0175889 pubmed publisher
    ..Introduction of additional lineages could expand the geographic extent of damage by the pest in some countries. ..
  56. Labate J, Bortoli A, Game A, Cooke P, Oakeshott J. The number and distribution of esterase 6 alleles in populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Heredity (Edinb). 1989;63 ( Pt 2):203-8 pubmed
    ..This corroborates a previous finding that two different isolates of the Est6-8 allele have identical DNA sequences and suggests that this allele, although now the most common, has nevertheless arisen relatively recently. ..
  57. Wang Y, Lobigs M, Lee E, Mullbacher A. Exocytosis and Fas mediated cytolytic mechanisms exert protection from West Nile virus induced encephalitis in mice. Immunol Cell Biol. 2004;82:170-3 pubmed
    ..Virus-host immune interactions have to be assessed individually and cannot be generalized. ..
  58. Premzl M, Delbridge M, Gready J, Wilson P, Johnson M, Davis J, et al. The prion protein gene: identifying regulatory signals using marsupial sequence. Gene. 2005;349:121-34 pubmed
    ..The presence of a conserved NFAT-binding site and CPE indicates involvement of PrP(C) in signal transduction and synaptic plasticity. ..
  59. Keogh J, Scott I, Hayes C. Rapid and repeated origin of insular gigantism and dwarfism in Australian tiger snakes. Evolution. 2005;59:226-33 pubmed
    ..0020-0.0025) and is in line with other studies of rapid evolution. Our data provide strong evidence for rapid and repeated morphological divergence in the wild due to similar selective pressures acting in different directions...
  60. Mulcair M, Schaeffer P, Oakley A, Cross H, Neylon C, Hill T, et al. A molecular mousetrap determines polarity of termination of DNA replication in E. coli. Cell. 2006;125:1309-19 pubmed
    ..Lock formation specifically requires the cytosine residue, C(6). The crystal structure of the locked complex showed that C(6) moves 14 A from its normal position to bind in a cytosine-specific pocket on the surface of Tus. ..
  61. Hardy C, Hinds L, Kerr P, Lloyd M, Redwood A, Shellam G, et al. Biological control of vertebrate pests using virally vectored immunocontraception. J Reprod Immunol. 2006;71:102-11 pubmed
    ..Discussion includes coverage of the likely safety of the proposed vaccines as well as the implications of the approach for fertility control in other species. ..
  62. Al Nadaf S, Deakin J, Gilbert C, Robinson T, Graves J, Waters P. A cross-species comparison of escape from X inactivation in Eutheria: implications for evolution of X chromosome inactivation. Chromosoma. 2012;121:71-8 pubmed publisher
    ..In contrast, the recently added region of the eutherian X displays an incomplete inactivation profile similar to that observed on the evolutionarily distinct marsupial X and the independently evolved monotreme X chromosomes. ..
  63. Nelson L, Cameron S, Yeates D. The complete mitochondrial genome of the gall-forming fly, Fergusonina taylori Nelson and Yeates (Diptera: Fergusoninidae). Mitochondrial DNA. 2011;22:197-9 pubmed publisher
    ..The mitochondrial genome of Fergusonina presented here may prove valuable for resolving the sister group to the Fergusoninidae, and expands the available mtDNA data sources for acalyptrates overall...
  64. Ho E, O Neill T, O Neill H. Induction of leukemia in mice using a radiation leukemia virus-induced cell line: a model system for studying oncogenic progression. Leuk Res. 1995;19:83-93 pubmed
    ..This new model for oncogenic progression should be more amenable to analysis of early genetic changes occurring during replication of leukemia in the thymus...
  65. Crouch M, Davy D, Willard F, Berven L. Activation of endogenous thrombin receptors causes clustering and sensitization of epidermal growth factor receptors of swiss 3T3 cells without transactivation. J Cell Biol. 2001;152:263-73 pubmed
    ..Thus, the EGF receptor subcellular localization which is altered by thrombin appears to be an important determinant of the efficacy of downstream EGF receptor signaling in cell migration. ..
  66. Ho S, Waite P. Effects of different anesthetics on the paired-pulse depression of the h reflex in adult rat. Exp Neurol. 2002;177:494-502 pubmed
    ..The results suggest a preferential action of some anesthetics on descending pathways involved in reflex modulation and the importance of assessing reflex excitability under anesthetics such as ketamine or halothane. ..
  67. Fisher D, Double M, Blomberg S, Jennions M, Cockburn A. Post-mating sexual selection increases lifetime fitness of polyandrous females in the wild. Nature. 2006;444:89-92 pubmed
    ..The threefold increase in offspring survival is not negated by a decline in maternal lifespan and is too large to be offset by an equivalent decline in the reproductive performance of surviving offspring...
  68. Liston A, Siggs O, Goodnow C. Tracing the action of IL-2 in tolerance to islet-specific antigen. Immunol Cell Biol. 2007;85:338-42 pubmed
  69. Chen J, Olsen J, Ford S, Mirza S, Walker A, Murphy J, et al. A new isoform of interleukin-3 receptor {alpha} with novel differentiation activity and high affinity binding mode. J Biol Chem. 2009;284:5763-73 pubmed publisher
    ..Both the SP1 and SP2 isoforms activated the Jak2/STAT5, Akt, and Erk1/2 signaling pathways in M1 cells, although the activation was more prolonged for the SP2 isoform. ..
  70. Wu Z, Yates A, Hoyne G, Goodnow C. Consequences of increased CD45RA and RC isoforms for TCR signaling and peripheral T cell deficiency resulting from heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein L-like mutation. J Immunol. 2010;185:231-8 pubmed publisher
    ..In T cells with no CD45 protein, hnRNPLL mutation still diminished peripheral T cell accumulation, demonstrating that hnRNPLL regulates T cell longevity independently from its effects on CD45 splicing. ..
  71. Pisani M, Weber D, Heimann K, Collins J, Keene F. Selective mitochondrial accumulation of cytotoxic dinuclear polypyridyl ruthenium(II) complexes. Metallomics. 2010;2:393-6 pubmed publisher
    ..The lipophilic ligand-bridged dinuclear cation Rubb?? is significantly cytotoxic and preferentially accumulates in the mitochondria of the L1210 murine leukemia cancer cell line. ..
  72. Soboleva T, Nekrasov M, Pahwa A, Williams R, Huttley G, Tremethick D. A unique H2A histone variant occupies the transcriptional start site of active genes. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2011;19:25-30 pubmed publisher
    ..Lap1 imparts unique unfolding properties to chromatin. We therefore propose that H2A.Lap1 coordinately regulates gene expression by directly opening the chromatin structure of the TSS at genes regulated during spermatogenesis. ..
  73. Kerr P. Myxomatosis in Australia and Europe: a model for emerging infectious diseases. Antiviral Res. 2012;93:387-415 pubmed publisher
    ..This review describes the natural history and evolution of myxoma virus together with the molecular biology and experimental pathogenesis studies that are informing our understanding of evolution of emerging diseases. ..
  74. Nekrasov M, Amrichová J, Parker B, Soboleva T, Jack C, Williams R, et al. Histone H2A.Z inheritance during the cell cycle and its impact on promoter organization and dynamics. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2012;19:1076-83 pubmed publisher
    ..Coincident with the loss of histone H2A.Z at promoters, histone H2A.Z is targeted to the centromere when mitosis begins. ..
  75. Power J, Sah P. Nuclear calcium signaling evoked by cholinergic stimulation in hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neurons. J Neurosci. 2002;22:3454-62 pubmed
    ..Because rises in nuclear calcium are known to initiate the transcription of novel genes, we suggest that these actions of cholinergic stimulation may underlie its effects on learning and memory. ..
  76. Yang M, Rangasamy D, Matthaei K, Frew A, Zimmmermann N, Mahalingam S, et al. Inhibition of arginase I activity by RNA interference attenuates IL-13-induced airways hyperresponsiveness. J Immunol. 2006;177:5595-603 pubmed
  77. Russell R, Healy M, Oakeshott J. Molecular analysis of the lethal(1)B214 region at the base of the X chromosome of Drosophila melanogaster. Chromosoma. 1992;101:456-66 pubmed
  78. Teahan C, McKenzie H, Griffiths M. Some monotreme milk "whey" and blood proteins. Comp Biochem Physiol B. 1991;99:99-118 pubmed
    ..Band M is lysozyme. Band C is serum albumin. Bands G-K are transferrins. 3. Platypus milk bands A, C, D, F and G are isolated. Bands F and G are transferrins. 4. Lactose synthase and lytic activities are examined...
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