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  • Shedding light on the presymbiontic phase of C. arietinum. [Journal Article]
    Plant Physiol Biochem 2019; 143:224-231Farci D, Sanna C, … Piano D
  • A complex network of symbiotic events between plants and bacteria allows the biosphere to exploit the atmospheric reservoir of molecular nitrogen. In seeds, a series of presymbiotic steps are already identified during imbibition, while interactions between the host and its symbiont begin in the early stages of germination. In the present study, a detailed analysis of the substances' complex deliv…
  • How multimorbid health information consumers interact in an online community Q&A platform. [Journal Article]
    Int J Med Inform 2019; 131:103958Alasmari A, Zhou L
  • CONCLUSIONS: The high level of activity among multimorbid HIC can be explained by their complex needs for information, driving an increased number of questions and drawing more attention from the whole community in answering them. Multimorbid HIC appear to be valuable contributors to the online community and reasons for the reduced visibility and upvoting of their answers should be investigated.
  • Effects of gold nanostructures on differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells. [Journal Article]
    Colloids Surf B Biointerfaces 2019; 184:110494Yuan L, Qi X, … Deng J
  • Nanoparticles are nanocrystals with complex facets and defective structures that do not adopt an idealised shape. Various physicochemical parameters of nanoparticles, such as surface composition, size, and stiffness, can regulate differentiation in mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), but the influence of shapes with many edges and corner regions has not been investigated. Herein, we investigated the e…
  • Plant-insect-microbe interaction: A love triangle between enemies in ecosystem. [Review]
    Sci Total Environ 2019; 699:134181Noman A, Aqeel M, … Lou Y
  • In natural ecosystems, plants interact with biotic components such as microbes, insects, animals and other plants as well. Generally, researchers have focused on each interaction separately, which condenses the significance of the interaction. This limited presentation of the facts masks the collective role of constantly interacting organisms in complex communities disturbing not only plant respo…
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