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  • Thermal sensitivity of innate immune response in three species of Rhinella toads. [Journal Article]
    Comp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol 2019; :110542Moretti EH, Titon SCM, … Gomes FR
  • Immune activity is temperature-dependent and strongly related to thermal biology in ectotherms. Eurythermic, vs stenothermic, species commonly show a broader range of immune responses. Furthermore, the development of behavioral fever in ectotherms is correlated with improved immune function. Although amphibians generally show restricted capacity for thermoregulation in the field, behavioral fever…
  • Cellular dynamics of mammalian red blood cell production in the erythroblastic island niche. [Review]
    Biophys Rev 2019Yeo JH, Lam YW, Fraser ST
  • Red blood cells, or erythrocytes, make up approximately a quarter of all cells in the human body with over 2 billion new erythrocytes made each day in a healthy adult human. This massive cellular production system is coupled with a set of cell biological processes unique to mammals, in particular, the elimination of all organelles, and the expulsion and destruction of the condensed erythroid nucl…
  • Body coloration and mechanisms of colour production in Archelosauria: the case of deirocheline turtles. [Journal Article]
    R Soc Open Sci 2019; 6(7):190319Brejcha J, Bataller JV, … Font E
  • Animal body coloration is a complex trait resulting from the interplay of multiple mechanisms. While many studies address the functions of animal coloration, the mechanisms of colour production still remain unknown in most taxa. Here we compare reflectance spectra, cellular, ultra- and nano-structure of colour-producing elements, and pigment types in two freshwater turtles with contrasting courts…
  • The comet assay in animal models: From bugs to whales - (Part 2 Vertebrates). [Review]
    Mutat Res 2019 Jul - Sep; 781:130-164Gajski G, Žegura B, … Collins A
  • The comet assay has become one of the methods of choice for the evaluation and measurement of DNA damage. It is sensitive, quick to perform and relatively affordable for the evaluation of DNA damage and repair at the level of individual cells. The comet assay can be applied to virtually any cell type derived from different organs and tissues. Even though the comet assay is predominantly used on h…
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