9 Works

Data from: Population genomics of wild and laboratory zebrafish (Danio rerio)

Andrew R Whiteley, Anuradha Bhat, Emilia P Martins, Richard L Mayden, M Arunachalam, Silva Uusi-Heikkilä, A.T.A. Ahmed, Jiwan Shrestha, Matthew Clark, Derek Stemple & Louis Bernatchez
Understanding a wider range of genotype-phenotype associations can be achieved through ecological and evolutionary studies of traditional laboratory models. Here, we conducted the first large-scale geographic analysis of genetic variation within and among wild zebrafish (Danio rerio) populations occurring in Nepal, India, and Bangladesh and we genetically compared wild populations to several commonly used lab strains. We examined genetic variation at 1,832 polymorphic EST-based SNPs and the cytb mitochondrial gene in 13 wild populations and...

Data from: Do rivers influence fine-scale population genetic structure of tigers in the Sundarbans?

M. Abdul Aziz, Olutolani Smith, Adam Barlow, Simon Tollington, & Jim J. Groombridge
Global tiger Panthera tigris populations mostly survive within the geographically fragmented forest patches, thereby limited genetic exchange between isolated populations. Assessing the genetic status of these populations can reveal the effects of dispersal barriers and provide critical insights to guide future conservation actions. Using non-invasively collected biological samples, we investigated fine-scale genetic structure of tigers in the Sundarbans mangrove forests intersected by the complex river systems, and which holds one of the largest global tiger...

Data from: Devario in Bangladesh: species diversity, sibling species, and introgression within danionin cyprinids (Teleostei: Cyprinidae: Danioninae)

Sven O. Kullander, , Michael Norén & Abdur Rob Mollah
Four species of Devario are recorded from Bangladesh: D. aequipinnatus, D. anomalus, D. coxi, new species, and D. devario. Devario aequipinnatus has a wide distribution in northern India and Bangladesh. Devario coxi, from southeastern Bangladesh near Cox's Bazar, differs from D. aequipinnatus in mtDNA (COI, p-distance 1.8%), colouration, proportional measurements, and meristics. The minor morphological differences and low frequency of overlapping meristics suggest relatively recent separation of D. coxi from other D. aequipinnatus. Devario anomalus...

Pathogenicity and virulence of Marburg virus

Mehedy Hasan Abir, Tanjilur Rahman, Ayan Das, Silvia Naznin Etu, Iqbal Hossain Nafiz, Ahmed Rakib, Saikat Mitra, Talha Bin Emran, Kuldeep Dhama, Ariful Islam, Abolghasem Siyadatpanah, Shafi Mahmud, Bonlgee Kim & Mohammad Mahmudul Hassan
Marburg virus (MARV) has been a major concern since 1967, with two major outbreaks occurring in 1998 and 2004. Infection from MARV results in severe hemorrhagic fever, causing organ dysfunction and death. Exposure to fruit bats in caves and mines, and human-to-human transmission had major roles in the amplification of MARV outbreaks in African countries. The high fatality rate of up to 90% demands the broad study of MARV diseases (MVD) that correspond with MARV...

DNA-based assessment of environmental degradation in an unknown fauna: the freshwater macroinvertebrates of the Indo-Burmese hotspot

, Alfred Burian, Thomas Creedy & Alfried Vogler
New methods are required for biomonitoring of poorly known tropical ecosystems, but biological assessments of environmental status are limited by insufficient information on taxonomy, composition, and ecology of local communities. The current work applies DNA-based assessment to establish the impact of various types of anthropogenic disturbances on the freshwater macroinvertebrates in an understudied biodiversity hotspot in South Asia, an area that attracts increasing attention for the loss of aquatic ecosystems. We sampled 16 river systems...

Hilsa Transcriptome Datasets

Md. Arko Ayon Chowdhury, MD. Rakibul Islam, Al Amin, Sadia Noor Mou, Kazi Newaz Ullah, Abdul Baten, Mohammad Shoyaib, Amin Ahsan Ali, Farhana Tasnim Chowdhury, Md. Lifat Rahi, Haseena Khan, Md. Ashraful Amin & Mohammad Riazul Islam
A transcriptomic catalog of Tenualosa ilisha (Hilsa shad), constructed by assembling RNA-Seq reads generated in the next generation sequencing (NGS) platform from different tissues including brain, gill, kidney, liver, and muscle collected from different aquatic habitats (fresh, brackish, and sea waters). De novo assembly of the sequences obtained from 46 cDNA libraries revealed 462,085 transcript isoforms that were subsequently annotated using the Universal Protein Resource Knowledgebase (UniPortKB) as a reference.

Pathogenicity and virulence of Marburg virus

Mehedy Hasan Abir, Tanjilur Rahman, Ayan Das, Silvia Naznin Etu, Iqbal Hossain Nafiz, Ahmed Rakib, Saikat Mitra, Talha Bin Emran, Kuldeep Dhama, Ariful Islam, Abolghasem Siyadatpanah, Shafi Mahmud, Bonlgee Kim & Mohammad Mahmudul Hassan
Marburg virus (MARV) has been a major concern since 1967, with two major outbreaks occurring in 1998 and 2004. Infection from MARV results in severe hemorrhagic fever, causing organ dysfunction and death. Exposure to fruit bats in caves and mines, and human-to-human transmission had major roles in the amplification of MARV outbreaks in African countries. The high fatality rate of up to 90% demands the broad study of MARV diseases (MVD) that correspond with MARV...

Hilsa Transcriptome Datasets

Md. Arko Ayon Chowdhury, MD. Rakibul Islam, Al Amin, Sadia Noor Mou, Kazi Newaz Ullah, Abdul Baten, Mohammad Shoyaib, Amin Ahsan Ali, Farhana Tasnim Chowdhury, Md. Lifat Rahi, Haseena Khan, Md. Ashraful Amin & Mohammad Riazul Islam
A transcriptomic catalog of Tenualosa ilisha (Hilsa shad), constructed by assembling RNA-Seq reads generated in the next generation sequencing (NGS) platform from different tissues including brain, gill, kidney, liver, and muscle collected from different aquatic habitats (fresh, brackish, and sea waters). De novo assembly of the sequences obtained from 46 cDNA libraries revealed 462,085 transcript isoforms that were subsequently annotated using the Universal Protein Resource Knowledgebase (UniPortKB) as a reference.

Hilsa Transcriptome Datasets

Md. Arko Ayon Chowdhury, MD. Rakibul Islam, Al Amin, Sadia Noor Mou, Kazi Newaz Ullah, Abdul Baten, Mohammad Shoyaib, Amin Ahsan Ali, Farhana Tasnim Chowdhury, Md. Lifat Rahi, Haseena Khan, Md. Ashraful Amin & Mohammad Riazul Islam
A transcriptomic catalog of Tenualosa ilisha (Hilsa shad), constructed by assembling RNA-Seq reads generated in the next generation sequencing (NGS) platform from different tissues including brain, gill, kidney, liver, and muscle collected from different aquatic habitats (fresh, brackish, and sea waters). De novo assembly of the sequences obtained from 46 cDNA libraries revealed 462,085 transcript isoforms that were subsequently annotated using the Universal Protein Resource Knowledgebase (UniPortKB) as a reference.

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