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Experimental data for paper : the acid-base/deprotonation equilibrium can be studied with a microscale thermophoresis (MST) - version 1

Paweł Nowak & Michał Woźniakiewicz

Structure of E.coli Class 2 L-asparaginase EcAIII, mutant RDM1-3 (G206H, R207T, D210P, S211Q)

Joanna Loch
X-ray diffraction data

Structure of E.coli Class 2 L-asparaginase EcAIII, mutant RDM1-8 (G206Y, R207Q, D210P, S211T)

Joanna Loch
X-ray diffraction data

Structure of E.coli Class 2 L-asparaginase EcAIII, mutant RDM1-37 (G206S, R207T, D210S)

Joanna Loch
raw X-ray diffraction data

0-1 matrix of Pulsatilla patens ISSR markers : regenerants vs initial and maternal plants - concept

Aneta Słomka, Justyna Żabicka, Piotr Żabicki, Elwira Sliwinska, Monika Jędrzejczyk-Korycińska, Teresa Nowak, Grzegorz Migdałek, Elżbieta Kuta & Monika Kwiatkowska

Structure of E.coli Class 2 L-asparaginase EcAIII, mutant RDM1-29 (G206C, R207S, D210L, S211V)

Joanna Loch
raw X-ray diffraction data

Salamanders reveal novel trajectories of amphibian MHC evolution

Piotr Minias, Gemma Palomar, Katarzyna Dudek & Wiesław Babik
Genes of the Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) code for immune proteins that are crucial for pathogen recognition in vertebrates. MHC research in non-model taxa has long been hampered by its genomic complexity that makes the locus-specific genotyping challenging. The recent progress in sequencing and genotyping methodologies allows an extensive phylogenetic coverage in studies of MHC evolution. Here, we analysed the peptide-binding region of MHC class I in 30 species of salamanders from six families representative...

FASTQ files from NGS 16S bacterial DNA sequencing - comparison of iSeq with MiSeq - concept

Tomasz Gosiewski , BARBARA ZAPAŁA & Dominika Salamon

Data from: Genomics of end-Pleistocene population replacement in a small mammal

Petr Kotlik, Silvia Marková, Mateusz Konczal, Wieslaw Babik & Jeremy B. Searle
Current species’ distributions at high latitudes are the product of expansion from glacial refugia into previously uninhabitable areas at the end of the last glaciation. The traditional view of postglacial colonization is that southern populations expanded their ranges into unoccupied northern territories. Recent findings on mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) of British small mammals have challenged this simple colonization scenario by demonstrating a more complex genetic turnover in Britain during the Pleistocene-Holocene transition where one mtDNA clade...

Data from: Evaluation of two approaches to genotyping MHC class I in a passerine – CE-SSCP and 454 pyrosequencing

Marta Promerová, Wiesław Babik, Josef Bryja, Tomáš Albrecht, Michał Stuglik & Jacek Radwan
Genes of the highly dynamic major histocompatibility complex (MHC) are directly linked to individual fitness and are of high interest in evolutionary ecology and conservation genetics. Gene duplication and positive selection usually lead to high levels of polymorphism in the MHC region, making genotyping of MHC a challenging task. Here, we compare the performance of two methods for MHC class I genotyping in a passerine with highly duplicated MHC class I genes: capillary electrophoresis single...

Data from: Age, experience and sex – do female bulb mites prefer young mating partners?

Zofia M. Prokop, Magdalena Jarzebowska, Anna M. Skrzynecka & Magdalena Herdegen
In species where advancing sire age is associated with decreased progeny fitness, female resistance to mating with old partners can be expected to evolve. In polyandrous species, such resistance may be contingent on female mating experience: virgins should be relatively indiscriminate to ensure egg fertility, whereas non-virgins can be expected to base their re-mating decisions on the age of their previous versus potential new partners, and ‘trade up’ if previously mated with old males. Here,...

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  • Jagiellonian University
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