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Additional file 1 of Comparative study of excretory–secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naïve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor E. Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald P. McManus, Mary G. Duke, Scott F. Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 1: Database S1. The B. glabrata protein database used in the proteomic data analysis.

Data from: Isolation, marine transgression, and translocation of the bare-nosed wombat (Vombatus ursinus)

Alynn M. Martin, Scott Carver, Kirstin Proft, Tamieka A. Fraser, Adam Polkinghorne, Sam Banks & Christopher P. Burridge
Island populations can represent genetically distinct and evolutionarily important lineages relative to mainland conspecifics. However, phenotypic divergence of island populations does not necessarily reflect genetic divergence, particularly for lineages inhabiting islands periodically connected during Pleistocene low sea stands. Marine barriers may also not be solely responsible for any divergence that is observed. Here, we investigated genetic divergence among and within the three phenotypically-distinct subspecies of bare-nosed wombats (Vombatus ursinus) in southeast Australia that are presently—but...

Additional file 2 of Comparative study of excretory–secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naïve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor E. Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald P. McManus, Mary G. Duke, Scott F. Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 2: Table S1. Statistical analysis of behavioural bioassays. Two-way ANONA method was used to evaluate the significance of the behavioural modifications.

MOESM2 of Comparative study of excretoryâ secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naĂŻve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald McManus, Mary Duke, Scott Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 2: Table S1. Statistical analysis of behavioural bioassays. Two-way ANONA method was used to evaluate the significance of the behavioural modifications.

MOESM4 of Comparative study of excretoryâ secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naĂŻve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald McManus, Mary Duke, Scott Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 4: Table S3. A list of the total proteins, unique proteins and corresponding peptides identified resistant B. glabrata with reference to the B. glabrata proteome.

MOESM8 of Comparative study of excretoryâ secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naĂŻve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald McManus, Mary Duke, Scott Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 8: Table S5. A list of the total proteins, unique proteins and corresponding peptides identified in susceptible B. glabrata SCW with reference to the S. mansoni proteome, and enriched GO terms related to the proteins.

Data from: City life alters the gut microbiome and stable isotope profiling of the eastern water dragon (Intellagama lesueurii)

Bethan Littleford-Colquhoun, Laura Weyrich & Celine Frere
Urbanisation is one of the most significant threats to biodiversity, due to the rapid and large-scale environmental alterations it imposes on the natural landscape. It is, therefore, imperative that we understand the consequences of, and mechanisms by which, species can respond to it. In recent years, research has shown that plasticity of the gut microbiome may be an important mechanism by which animals can adapt to environmental change, yet empirical evidence of this in wild...

Data from: Is MHC diversity a better marker for conservation than neutral genetic diversity? a case study of two contrasting dolphin populations

Oliver Manlik, Michael Krutzen, Anna M. Kopps, Janet Mann, Lars Bejder, Simon J. Allen, Celine Frere, Richard C. Connor & William B. Sherwin
Genetic diversity is essential for populations to adapt to changing environments. Measures of genetic diversity are often based on selectively neutral markers, such as microsatellites. Genetic diversity to guide conservation management, however, is better reflected by adaptive markers, including genes of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC). Our aim was to assess MHC and neutral genetic diversity in two contrasting bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops aduncus) populations in Western Australia—one apparently viable population with high reproductive output (Shark...

Data from: Towards more effective integration of tropical forest restoration and conservation

Robin L. Chazdon.
Conservation and restoration interventions can be mutually reinforcing and are converging through an increased focus on social dimensions. This paper examines how to more effectively integrate the complementary goals of conservation and restoration of tropical forests. Forest conservation and restoration interventions are integral components of a broad approach to forest ecosystem and landscape management that aims to maintain and restore key ecological processes and enhance human well-being, while minimizing biodiversity loss. The forest transition model...

MOESM5 of Comparative study of excretoryâ secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naĂŻve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald McManus, Mary Duke, Scott Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 5: Table S4. A list of the total proteins, unique proteins and corresponding peptides identified in susceptible B. glabrata with reference to the B. glabrata proteome.

MOESM9 of Comparative study of excretory–secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naïve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald McManus, Mary Duke, Scott Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 9: Table S6. The results of PPIs shown in Fig. 5 and the co-expression data export from STRING to support the PPI of S. mansoni proteins.

Data from: Maternal nesting behaviour in city dragons: a species with temperature-dependent sex determination

Nicola Kent, Romane H. Cristescu, Carme Piza-Roca, Bethan L. Littleford-Colquhoun, Kasha Strickland & Céline H. Frère
Urban environments present some of the greatest challenges to species survival. This is particularly true for species that exhibit thermally sensitive traits, such as temperature-dependent sex determination (TSD). This is because urban environments not only present species with entirely novel ecosystems, but species will also experience increased temperatures. These temperature increases may result not only in offspring mortality, but also skewed population sex ratios. To persist in cities, urban dwellers with TSD will therefore need...

MiR-150-5p retards the progression of myocardial fibrosis by targeting EGR1

Jie Shen, Wanhong Xing, Fangqi Gong, Wei Wang, Yufeng Yan, Yiying Zhang, Chunhong Xie & Songling Fu
To investigate the differential expression of microRNA-150-5p (miR-150-5p) and early growth response 1 (EGR1) in myocardial fibrosis (MF) cells, and determine the effect between miR-150-5p and EGR1 on MF. Human MF cells were generated via Trypanosoma cruzi (T. cruzi) infection, a mouse model of MF was generated via angiotensin II. The expression levels of miR-150-5p and EGR1 were detected by quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (qRT-PCR) and western blot assay. The correlation between miR-150-5p and...

MiR-150-5p retards the progression of myocardial fibrosis by targeting EGR1

Jie Shen, Wanhong Xing, Fangqi Gong, Wei Wang, Yufeng Yan, Yiying Zhang, Chunhong Xie & Songling Fu
To investigate the differential expression of microRNA-150-5p (miR-150-5p) and early growth response 1 (EGR1) in myocardial fibrosis (MF) cells, and determine the effect between miR-150-5p and EGR1 on MF. Human MF cells were generated via Trypanosoma cruzi (T. cruzi) infection, a mouse model of MF was generated via angiotensin II. The expression levels of miR-150-5p and EGR1 were detected by quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (qRT-PCR) and western blot assay. The correlation between miR-150-5p and...

MOESM3 of Comparative study of excretory–secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naïve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald McManus, Mary Duke, Scott Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 3: Table S2. A list of the total proteins, unique proteins and corresponding peptides identified in naïve B. glabrata with reference to the B. glabrata proteome.

Additional file 3 of Comparative study of excretory–secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naïve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor E. Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald P. McManus, Mary G. Duke, Scott F. Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 3: Table S2. A list of the total proteins, unique proteins and corresponding peptides identified in naïve B. glabrata with reference to the B. glabrata proteome.

Data from: How sexual and natural selection shape sexual size dimorphism: evidence from multiple evolutionary scales

Bethan Littleford-Colquhoun, Christofer Clemente, Graham Thompson, Romane Cristescu, Nicola Peterson, Kasha Strickland, Devi Stuart-Fox & Celine Frere
1. Sexual size dimorphism (SSD) is pervasive across taxa and reflects differences in the effects of sexual and natural selection on body size between the sexes. However, disentangling the complex eco-evolutionary interactions between these two mechanisms remains a major challenge for biologists. 2. Here, we combine macro-evolutionary (between-species), local evolutionary (between-population) and fine-scale evolutionary (within-population) patterns of SSD to explore how sexual and natural selection interact and shape the evolution of SSD in Australian agamid...

Data from: Quality and quantity of genetic relatedness data affect the analysis of social structure

Vivienne Foroughirad, Alexis Levengood, Janet Mann & Celine H. Frère
Kinship plays a fundamental role in the evolution of social systems and is considered a key driver of group living. To understand the role of kinship in the formation and maintenance of social bonds, accurate measures of genetic relatedness are critical. Genotype-by-sequencing technologies are rapidly advancing the accuracy and precision of genetic relatedness estimates for wild populations. The ability to assign kinship from genetic data varies depending on a species’ or population’s mating system and...

MOESM1 of Comparative study of excretoryâ secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naĂŻve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald McManus, Mary Duke, Scott Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 1: Database S1. The B. glabrata protein database used in the proteomic data analysis.

Additional file 8 of Comparative study of excretory–secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naïve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor E. Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald P. McManus, Mary G. Duke, Scott F. Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 8: Table S5. A list of the total proteins, unique proteins and corresponding peptides identified in susceptible B. glabrata SCW with reference to the S. mansoni proteome, and enriched GO terms related to the proteins.

Data from: Presence of kin-biased social associations in a lizard with no parental care

Carmen Piza Roca, Kasha Strickland, Nicola Kent & Celine H. Frere
Numerous studies have observed kin-biased social associations in a variety of species. Many of these studies have focussed on species exhibiting parental care, which may facilitate the transmission of the social environment from parents to offspring. This becomes problematic when disentangling whether kin-biased associations are driven by kin recognition, or are a product of transmission of the social environment during ontogeny, or a combination of both. Studying kin-biased associations in systems that lack parental care...

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  • Virginia Commonwealth University
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  • Chinese Academy of Sciences
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