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  • Identification of Susceptibility Genes to Allergic Rhinitis by Gene Expression Data Sets. [Journal Article]
    Clin Transl Sci 2019Xue K, Yang J, … Wang Z
  • As an extremely prevalent disease worldwide, allergic rhinitis (AR) is a condition characterized by chronic inflammation of the nasal mucosa. To identify the finer molecular mechanisms associated with the AR susceptibility genes, differentially expressed genes (DEGs) in AR were investigated. The DEG expression and clinical data of the GSE19187 data set were used for weighted gene co-expression ne…
  • Effects of elevated carbon dioxide on the hematological parameters of a temperate catshark. [Journal Article]
    J Exp Zool A Ecol Integr Physiol 2019Pegado MR, Santos CP, … Rosa R
  • Atmospheric CO2 levels have been rising due to an increase in anthropic activities and its implications over marine ecosystems are unprecedented. The present study focused on the effects of ocean acidification (OA) on key hematological parameters of the juvenile small-spotted catsharks (Scyliorhinus canicula). Eggs were reared throughout the entire embryogenesis (~4 months) plus 5 additional mont…
  • Young Mandarin Learners Use Function Words to Distinguish between Nouns and Verbs. [Journal Article]
    Dev Sci 2019; :e12927Ma W, Zhou P, Michnick Golinkoff R
  • Mandarin requires neither determiners nor morphological inflections, which casts doubt on Mandarin-speaking children's ability to use function words as a syntactic bootstrapping tool to identify the form class of a new word. This study examined 3- and 5-year-old Mandarin learners' ability to use function words to interpret new words as either nouns or verbs in the absence of the requirement for d…
  • Polymer-mediated gene therapy: Recent advances and merging of delivery techniques. [Review]
    Wiley Interdiscip Rev Nanomed Nanobiotechnol 2019; :e1598Salameh JW, Zhou L, … Figueiredo ML
  • The ability to safely and precisely deliver genetic materials to target sites in complex biological environments is vital to the success of gene therapy. Numerous viral and nonviral vectors have been developed and evaluated for their safety and efficacy. This study will feature progress in synthetic polymers as nonviral vectors, which benefit from their chemical versatility, biocompatibility, and…
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