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Additional file 5 of Mapping of Candidate Genes in Response to Low Nitrogen in Rice Seedlings

Jia Li, Wei Xin, Weiping Wang, Shijiao Zhao, Lu Xu, Xingdong Jiang, Yuxuan Duan, Hongliang Zheng, Luomiao Yang, Hualong Liu, Yan Jia, Detang Zou & Jingguo Wang
Additional file 5: Table S4. Annotation and haplotype analysis of associated genes.

Additional file 1 of Genetic diversity in the transmission-blocking vaccine candidate Plasmodium vivax gametocyte protein Pvs230 from the China–Myanmar border area and central Myanmar

Xin Zhao, Yubing Hu, Yan Zhao, Lin Wang, Zifang Wu, Myat Thu Soe, Myat Phone Kyaw, Liwang Cui, Xiaotong Zhu & Yaming Cao
Additional file 1: Table S1. Primers used in Pvs230 amplification and sequencing.

Additional file 3 of Activation function 1 of progesterone receptor is required for progesterone antagonism of oestrogen action in the uterus

Shi Hao Lee, Chew Leng Lim, Wei Shen, Samuel Ming Xuan Tan, Amanda Rui En Woo, Yeannie H. Y. Yap, Caitlyn Ang Su Sian, Wilson Wen Bin Goh, Wei-Ping Yu, Li Li & Valerie C. L. Lin
Additional file 3. 807 Common genes between estrogen-regulated in the OVX WT and dysregulated in the AF_FFF GD3.

Additional file 4 of Activation function 1 of progesterone receptor is required for progesterone antagonism of oestrogen action in the uterus

Shi Hao Lee, Chew Leng Lim, Wei Shen, Samuel Ming Xuan Tan, Amanda Rui En Woo, Yeannie H. Y. Yap, Caitlyn Ang Su Sian, Wilson Wen Bin Goh, Wei-Ping Yu, Li Li & Valerie C. L. Lin
Additional file 4. 1341 Differentially expressed genes between the WT and AF1_FFF uterus on GD4.5.

Additional file 3 of Interaction of miR-200a-3p with YAP regulates cell proliferation and metastasis differentially in HPV-positive and HPV-negative cervical cancer cells

Hong Chen, Lingling Gu, Min Zhang, Huifen Chen, Hong Liao, Xueping Cao, Lu Yu & Jun Zhang
Additional file 3.

Additional file 2 of Floral organ transcriptome in Camellia sasanqua provided insight into stamen petaloid

Menglong Fan, Xinlei Li, Ying Zhang, Si Wu, Zhixin Song, Hengfu Yin, Weixin Liu, Zhengqi Fan & Jiyuan Li
Additional file 2: Table S2. The GO enrichment analysis of comparison analysis.

Additional file 4 of Floral organ transcriptome in Camellia sasanqua provided insight into stamen petaloid

Menglong Fan, Xinlei Li, Ying Zhang, Si Wu, Zhixin Song, Hengfu Yin, Weixin Liu, Zhengqi Fan & Jiyuan Li
Additional file 4: Table S4. The gene description list of the model.

Additional file 7 of Floral organ transcriptome in Camellia sasanqua provided insight into stamen petaloid

Menglong Fan, Xinlei Li, Ying Zhang, Si Wu, Zhixin Song, Hengfu Yin, Weixin Liu, Zhengqi Fan & Jiyuan Li
Additional file 7: Table S7. The primer of RT-qPCR.

Additional file 7 of Activation function 1 of progesterone receptor is required for progesterone antagonism of oestrogen action in the uterus

Shi Hao Lee, Chew Leng Lim, Wei Shen, Samuel Ming Xuan Tan, Amanda Rui En Woo, Yeannie H. Y. Yap, Caitlyn Ang Su Sian, Wilson Wen Bin Goh, Wei-Ping Yu, Li Li & Valerie C. L. Lin
Additional file 7. G2M_checkpoint and E2F_Targets are not in the Top 20 gene sets enriched in EBP group vs Ctrl.

Analysis of the different characteristics between omental preadipocytes and differentiated white adipocytes using bioinformatics methods

Xinyu Yang, Lu Li, Canming Xu, Meichen Pi, Changhua Wang & Yemin Zhang
Obesity is emerging as an epidemiological issue, being associated with the onset and progress of various metabolism-related disorders. Obesity is characterized by the white adipose expansion, which encounters white adipocyte hypertrophy and hyperplasia. White adipocyte hyperplasia is defined as adipogenesis with the increase in the number of the white adipocytes from the preadipocytes. Adipogenesis contributes to distributing excess triglycerides among the smaller newly formed adipocytes, reducing the number of hypertrophic adipocytes and secreting anti-inflammatory factor....

Exogenous brassinosteroids promotes root growth, enhances stress tolerance, and increases yield in maize

Hao Zhang, Dan Zhao, Ziyan Tang, Ying Zhang, Ke Zhang, Jingao Dong & Fengru Wang
Brassinosteroids (BRs) regulate of maize (Zea mays L.) growth, but the underlying molecular mechanism remains unclear. In this study, we used a multi-disciplinary approach to determine how BRs regulate maize morphology and physiology during development. Treatment with the BRs promoted primary root the elongation and growth during germination, and the early development of lateral roots. BRs treatment during the middle growth stage increased the levels of various stress resistance factors, and enhanced resistance to lodging,...

Comprehensive understanding of guest compound intercalated layered double hydroxides: Design and applications in removal of potentially toxic elements

Shihao Cui, Yutao Peng, Xiao Yang, Xing Gao, Chung-Yu Guan, Beibei Fan, Xue Zhou & Qing Chen
Layered double hydroxides (LDHs) and LDHs-derived materials are emerging as potential engineered adsorbents for the protection of water environment. Particularly, LDHs intercalated with different guest compounds (GC-LDHs), which differ from traditional interlayer anions (such as Cl−, SO42−, NO3−, CO32−, and PO43−), are widely reported by recent studies showing their promising multifunctional roles in water purification. Herein, this review systematically presents the synthesis methods and characterization techniques of GC-LDHs and their application as adsorbents in removing...

Novel mycoplasma nucleomodulin MbovP475 decreased cell viability by regulating expression of CRYAB and MCF2L2

Gang Zhao, Doukun Lu, Shujuan Wang, Hui Zhang, Xifang Zhu, Zhiyu Hao, Ali Dawood, Yingyu Chen, Elise Schieck, Changmin Hu, Xi Chen, Liguo Yang & Aizhen Guo
Nucleomodulins are secreted bacterial proteins whose molecular targets are located in host cell nuclei. They are gaining attention as critical virulence factors that either modify the epigenetics of host cells or directly regulate host gene expression. Mycoplasma bovis is a major veterinary pathogen that secretes several potential virulence factors. The aim of this study was to determine whether any of their secreted proteins might function as nucleomodulins. After an initial in silico screening, the nuclear...

Learning Coefficient Heterogeneity over Networks: A Distributed Spanning-Tree-Based Fused-Lasso Regression

Xin Zhang, Jia Liu & Zhengyuan Zhu
Identifying the latent cluster structure based on model heterogeneity is a fundamental but challenging task arises in many machine learning applications. In this article, we study the clustered coefficient regression problem in the distributed network systems, where the data are locally collected and held by nodes. Our work aims to improve the regression estimation efficiency by aggregating the neighbors’ information while also identifying the cluster membership for nodes. To achieve efficient estimation and clustering, we...

Additional file 1 of A CT-based nomogram for differentiating invasive fungal disease of the lung from bacterial pneumonia

Meilin Gong, Jingmei Xu, Kang Li, Ke Li, Yuwei Xia, Yang Jing, Jiafei Chen, Jing Li, Jing Yang, Mingshan Du, Wenjing Hou, Yuan Ou, Lian Li & Wei Chen
Additional file 1. On the orininal data of the study.

Additional file 1 of Clinical value of fetal facial profile markers during the first trimester

Xiaofeng Zhou, Chunya Ji, Lingling Sun, Linliang Yin, Xuedong Deng, Qi Pan, Jun Zhang, Zhong Yang, Chenhan Zheng, Chen Ling, Liping Shi & Yanqing Wu
Additional file 1.

A plant virus hijacks phosphatidylinositol-3,5-bisphosphate to escape autophagic degradation in its insect vector

Haitao Wang, Jianhua Zhang, Haoqiu Liu, Man Wang, Yan Dong, Yijun Zhou, Sek-Man Wong, Kai Xu & Qiufang Xu
Hosts can initiate macroautophagy/autophagy as an antiviral defense response, while viruses have developed multiple ways to evade the host autophagic degradation. However, little is known as to whether viruses can target lipids to subvert autophagic degradation. Here, we show that a low abundant signaling lipid, phosphatidylinositol 3,5-bisphosphate (PtdIns(3,5)P2), is required for rice black-streaked dwarf virus (RBSDV) to evade the autophagic degradation in the insect vector Laodelphax striatellus. RBSDV binds to PtdIns(3,5)P2 and elevates its level...

A plant virus hijacks phosphatidylinositol-3,5-bisphosphate to escape autophagic degradation in its insect vector

Haitao Wang, Jianhua Zhang, Haoqiu Liu, Man Wang, Yan Dong, Yijun Zhou, Sek-Man Wong, Kai Xu & Qiufang Xu
Hosts can initiate macroautophagy/autophagy as an antiviral defense response, while viruses have developed multiple ways to evade the host autophagic degradation. However, little is known as to whether viruses can target lipids to subvert autophagic degradation. Here, we show that a low abundant signaling lipid, phosphatidylinositol 3,5-bisphosphate (PtdIns(3,5)P2), is required for rice black-streaked dwarf virus (RBSDV) to evade the autophagic degradation in the insect vector Laodelphax striatellus. RBSDV binds to PtdIns(3,5)P2 and elevates its level...

Set2 family regulates mycotoxin metabolism and virulence via H3K36 methylation in pathogenic fungus Aspergillus flavus

Zhenhong Zhuang, Xiaohua Pan, Mengjuan Zhang, Yaju Liu, Chuanzhong Huang, Yu Li, Ling Hao & Shihua Wang
Aspergillus flavus infects various crops with aflatoxins, and leads to aspergillosis opportunistically. Though H3K36 methylation plays an important role in fungal toxin metabolism and virulence, no data about the biological function of H3K36 methylation in A. flavus virulence has been reported. Our study showed that the Set2 histone methyltransferase family, AshA and SetB, involves in morphogenesis and mycotoxin anabolism by regulating related transcriptional factors, and they are important for fungal virulence to crops and animals....

Additional file 2 of Genome-wide screening for differentially methylated long noncoding RNAs identifies LIFR-AS1 as an epigenetically regulated lncRNA that inhibits the progression of colorectal cancer

Peng Song, Ying Li, Feng Wang, Lingxiao Pu, Linsen Bao, Hengfei Gao, Chuandong Zhu, Meng Wang & Liang Tao
Additional file 2: Table S1. The characteristics of methylation-driven lncRNAs.

Additional file 2 of The landscape of hervRNAs transcribed from human endogenous retroviruses across human body sites

Jianqi She, Minghao Du, Zhanzhan Xu, Yueqi Jin, Yu Li, Daoning Zhang, Changyu Tao, Jian Chen, Jiadong Wang & Ence Yang
Additional file 2: Table S1-S15. Supplementary tables.

The complete chloroplast genome of Primula odontocalyx, a heterostylous species

Yunqi Liu, Li Zhang, Shubao Wang, Rui Li & Yuan Huang
Primula odontocalyx (Franch.) Pax (1905) is a perennial herb of the genus Primula in Primulaceae with heterostyly and ornamental value. Here, the chloroplast genome of P. odontocalyx was sequenced, assembled, and annotated. The complete chloroplast genome was a closed-circular molecule of 151,738 bp in length, containing a large single-copy region (LSC) of 83,817 bp, a small single-copy region (SSC) of 17,529 bp, and two inverted repeat (IR) regions of 25,196 bp. A total of 115...

Additional file 6 of NLRP3 inflammasome regulates astrocyte transformation in brain injury induced by chronic intermittent hypoxia

Ningning She, Yewen Shi, Yani Feng, Lina Ma, Yuqi Yuan, Yitong Zhang, Zine Cao, Xi Chen, Bingjie Zhao, Haiqin Liu & Xiaoyong Ren
Additional file 6: Table S1. The primer sequences uesd in RT-qPCR.

Additional file 2 of Bacteriomes in lesions of pulmonary tuberculosis and its association with status of Mycobacterium tuberculosis excretion

Weili Du, Yingli Zhao, Li Zhang, Jialu Che, Zichen Liu, Kun Li & Nanying Che
Additional file 2: Supplemental Table 2. Bacterial metabolic pathways that are significantly down/up regulated in TB-E compared to TB-NE.

Additional file 1 of Colletotrichum species pathogenic to strawberry: discovery history, global diversity, prevalence in China, and the host range of top two species

Ying Ji, Xue Li, Qing-Hua Gao, Chunnv Geng & Ke Duan
Additional file 1: Table S1. The host range of the global top two most occurred Colletotrichum species. Data were largely retrieved on July 8, 2022 via website search at https://nt.ars-grin.gov/fungaldatabases/ and analyzed at https://www.iplant.cn/ . Y for hosted. Gray for common hosts shared by C. siamense and C. fructicola, orange for hosts of C. siamense only, light blue for those of C. fructicola. Letters in red for records from previous publication (Talhinhas and Baroncelli 2021).

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