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Genesis of genitalia

When it comes to genitalia, nature enjoys variety. Snakes and lizards have two. Birds and people have one. And while the former group's paired structures are located somewhat at the level of the limbs...

Genesis of genitalia: We have one. Lizards have two. Why?

When it comes to genitalia, nature enjoys variety. Snakes and lizards have two. Birds and people have one. And while the former group's paired structures are located somewhat at the level of the limbs...

The Genesis of Genitalia

When it comes to genitalia, nature enjoys variety. Snakes and lizards have two. Birds and people have one.Read more about The Genesis of Genitalia

A relative shift in cloacal location repositions external genitalia in amniote evolution

The move of vertebrates to a terrestrial lifestyle required major adaptations in their locomotory apparatus and reproductive organs. While the fin-to-limb transition has received considerable attentio...

Slipstreaming reduces drag for horses, too

In the lead-up to the 2014 Melbourne Cup, RMIT researchers have revealed a tip for those jockeys looking to reduce drag on a horse during a race. The team conducted wind tunnel simulations in RMIT&rs...

Trojan horse tactic gives parasites edge over immune systems

(University of Edinburgh) Parasites use Trojan horse subterfuge to suppress the immunity of their victims when causing infection, according to a study.

BRIEF-Tonghua Golden-Horse Pharma gets regulatory approval for private placement

Oct 31 (Reuters) - Tonghua Golden-Horse Pharmaceutical Industry Co Ltd

Dendreon heads to auction without any confirmed bidders

New US SEC filings by Dendreon confirm that it is heading towards a bankruptcy court-supervised auction of itself without selecting an initial bidder, known as a 'stalking horse'. Selection of a stalk...

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Characterisation of the horse transcriptome from immunologically active tissues.

The immune system of the horse has not been well studied, despite the fact that the horse displays several features such as sensitivity to bacterial lipopolysaccharide that make them in many ways a mo...

Production and characterization of monoclonal antibodies against horse immunoglobulins useful for the diagnosis of equine diseases.

Abstract Monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) against horse IgG were produced by immunizing Balb/c mice with purified horse IgG and were characterized in indirect ELISA versus purified immunoglobulins from do...

Whole genome sequence and analysis of the Marwari horse breed and its genetic origin.

The horse (Equus ferus caballus) is one of the earliest domesticated species and has played an important role in the development of human societies over the past 5,000 years. In this study, we charact...

A relative shift in cloacal location repositions external genitalia in amniote evolution.

The move of vertebrates to a terrestrial lifestyle required major adaptations in their locomotory apparatus and reproductive organs. While the fin-to-limb transition has received considerable attentio...

The Content of Phenolic Compounds in Leaf Tissues of White (Aesculus hippocastanum L.) and Red Horse Chestnut (Aesculus carea H.) Colonized by the Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner (Cameraria ohridella Deschka & Dimić).

Normally, plant phenolics are secondary metabolites involved in the defense mechanisms of plants against fungal pathogens. Therefore, in this study we attempted to quantify and characterize phenolic c...

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