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Data from: Does male care, provided to immature individuals, influence immature fitness in rhesus macaques?

Doreen Langos, Lars Kulik, Angelina Ruiz-Lambides & Anja Widdig
Among many mammals, maternal care strongly impacts infant survival; however, less is known about whether adult males also affect infant fitness. Paternal care is expected when providing care enhances offspring survival and reproduction, which likewise increases fathers’ fitness. Males might also care for unrelated immature individuals to increase their mating probability with the immature individuals’ mothers. Studies in multimale primate groups showed that sires enhance food access for offspring and provide protection in conflicts. Furthermore,...

Data from: The majority of transcripts in the squid nervous system are extensively recoded by A-to-I RNA editing

Shahar Alon, Sandra C. Garrett, Erez Y. Levanon, Sara Olson, Brenton R. Graveley, Joshua J. C. Rosenthal & Eli Eisenberg
RNA editing by adenosine deamination alters genetic information from the genomic blueprint. When it recodes mRNAs, it gives organisms the option to express diverse, functionally distinct, protein isoforms. All eumetazoans, from cnidarians to humans, express RNA editing enzymes. However, transcriptome-wide screens have only uncovered about 25 transcripts harboring conserved recoding RNA editing sites in mammals and several hundred recoding sites in Drosophila. These studies on few established models have led to the general assumption that...

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  • University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus
  • University of Connecticut Health Center
  • Bar-Ilan University
  • Leipzig University
  • Tel Aviv University