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  • CTENO64 Is Required for Coordinated Paddling of Ciliary Comb Plate in Ctenophores. [Journal Article]
    Curr Biol 2019Jokura K, Shibata D, … Inaba K
  • Ctenophores, or comb jellies, are one of the earliest branching basal metazoan groups, whose phylogenetic position continues to be controversial. They have eight rows of iridescent structures, called comb plates, which are huge multiciliated paddle-like structures used for locomotion and uniquely found in this group of animals [1]. Despite a number of morphological and physiological studies over …
  • Rhamnogalacturonan I is a determinant of cell-cell adhesion in poplar wood. [Journal Article]
    Plant Biotechnol J 2019Yang H, Benatti MR, … McCann MC
  • The molecular basis of cell-cell adhesion in woody tissues is not known. Xylem cells in wood particles of hybrid poplar (Populus tremula x P. alba cv. INRA 717-1B4) were separated by oxidation of lignin with acidic sodium chlorite when combined with extraction of xylan and rhamnogalacturonan-I (RG-I) using either dilute alkali or a combination of xylanase and RG-lyase. Acidic chlorite followed by…
  • Theory of statistics of ties, loops, and tails in semicrystalline polymers. [Journal Article]
    J Chem Phys 2019; 151(11):114905Adhikari S, Muthukumar M
  • Polymer crystals grown from melts consist of alternating lamellar crystalline regions and amorphous regions. We study the statistics of ties: chains which bridge the adjacent lamellae, loops: chains which come out of one lamella and enter back into the same lamella before reaching the other lamellae, and tails: chains which end in an amorphous region. We develop a theory to calculate the probabil…
  • Mind the gap: Micro-expansion joints drastically decrease the bending of FIB-milled cryo-lamellae. [Journal Article]
    J Struct Biol 2019Wolff G, Limpens RWAL, … Bárcena M
  • Cryo-focused ion beam (FIB)-milling of biological samples can be used to generate thin electron-transparent slices from cells grown or deposited on EM grids. These so called cryo-lamellae allow high-resolution structural studies of the natural cellular environment by in situ cryo-electron tomography. However, the cryo-lamella workflow is a low-throughput technique and can easily be hindered by te…
  • Adult and Pediatric Lateral Lamella Cribriform Plate Height: In Need for a Comparative Study. [Review]
    Allergy Rhinol (Providence) 2019 Jan-Dec; 10:2152656719874775Sakandar G, Haron J, … Ramli RR
  • Surgery for sinuses has evolved with the advancement of instruments and modification in techniques. Endoscopes have expanded the surgical roles for lesions in the nose and para-nasal sinuses with reduced rate of complications and cosmetic side effects. Nevertheless sinus surgery in pediatrics patients has its own challenges. Pre-operative imaging is of paramount important especially when embarkin…
  • New Oligoneuriidae (Insecta, Ephemeroptera) from Iran. [Journal Article]
    Zookeys 2019; 872:101-126Sroka P, Bojková J, … Staniczek AH
  • Two new species of the mayfly family Oligoneuriidae are described based on larval specimens recently collected in Iran. The first new species, Oligoneuriella tuberculata Godunko & Staniczek, sp. nov., can be distinguished from all its congeners by the presence of pronounced protuberances posteromedially on abdominal terga, highly reduced paracercus, large lamella of gill I, and setation on hind m…
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