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DNA sat nav uncovers ancient Ashkenaz, predicts where Yiddish originated

The origin of Yiddish, the millennium old language of Ashkenazic Jews, is something which linguists have questioned for decades. Yiddish is thought to have been invented by Iranian and Ashkenazic Jews...

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Discovery of Inhibitors for the Ether Lipid-Generating Enzyme AGPS as Anti-Cancer Agents.

Dysregulated ether lipid metabolism is an important hallmark of cancer cells. Previous studies have reported that lowering ether lipid levels by genetic ablation of the ether lipid-generating enzyme a...

Immunodetection of some pectic, arabinogalactan proteins and hemicellulose epitopes in the micropylar transmitting tissue of apomictic dandelions (Taraxacum, Asteraceae, Lactuceae).

In apomictic Taraxacum species, the development of both the embryo and the endosperm does not require double fertilisation. However, a structural reduction of ovular transmitting tissue was not observ...

Dissecting the polysaccharide-rich grape cell wall changes during winemaking using combined high-throughput and fractionation methods.

Limited information is available on grape wall-derived polymeric structure/composition and how this changes during fermentation. Commercial winemaking operations use enzymes that target the polysaccha...

A C. elegans model for ether lipid biosynthesis and function.

Ether lipids are widespread in nature, and they are structurally and functionally important components of membranes. The roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans synthesizes numerous lipid species containing ...

l-Fucose-containing arabinogalactan-protein in radish leaves.

The carbohydrate moieties of arabinogalactan-proteins (AGPs) have β-(1→3)-galactan backbones to which side chains of (1→6)-linked β-Gal residues are attached through O-6. Some of these side chai...

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