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Genome-wide expression quantitative trait loci analysis in a recombinant inbred line population for trait dissection in peanut.

The transcriptome connects genome to the gene function and ultimate phenome in biology. So far transcriptomic approach was not used in peanut for performing trait mapping in bi-parental populations. In this research, we sequenced the whole-transcriptome in immature seeds in a peanut recombinant inbred line (RIL) population and explored thoroughly the landscape of transcriptomic variations and its genetic basis. The comprehensive analysis identified total 49,691 genes in RIL population, of which 92 genes fol...

Earlier ingestion of peanut following changes to infant feeding guidelines: The EarlyNuts Study.

Randomized controlled trials demonstrate that timely introduction of peanut to infants reduces the risk of peanut allergy. However, much debate remains regarding how to best achieve earlier peanut introduction at the population level. Our previous study in 2007-2011 (HealthNuts, n=5,300) indicated that few infants were consuming peanut in the first year. Australian infant feeding guidelines were updated in 2016 to recommend introducing peanut before 12 months for all infants. There was no data available on ...

The MALT1 locus and Peanut Avoidance in the Risk for Peanut Allergy.

We identified a strong association between peanut allergy and the MALT1 locus in LEAP participants in the peanut avoidance group with 58.6% of carriers developing peanut allergy at 60 months as compared to 12.7% of non-carriers.

Effect of Epicutaneous Immunotherapy vs Placebo on Reaction to Peanut Protein Ingestion Among Children With Peanut Allergy: The PEPITES Randomized Clinical Trial.

There are currently no approved treatments for peanut allergy.

Epicutaneous Exposure to Peanut Oil Induces Systemic and Pulmonary Allergic Reaction in Mice.

The prevalence of peanut allergy (PA) is constantly on the rise. Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a major risk factor for developing food allergy. Some bath oils and skin creams used for treating AD contain peanut oil, and it has been suggested that exposure to peanut allergens through a disrupted skin barrier is a potential cause of PA. Our aim was to investigate whether application of peanut oil to irritated skin causes a systemic or respiratory allergic response to peanuts in an animal model.

Peanut protein-polyphenol aggregate complexation suppresses allergic sensitization to peanut by reducing peanut-specific IgE in C3H/HeJ mice.

Peanut allergy is usually lifelong and accidental exposure impose formidable risk. The aim of this study was to assess the capacity of peanut proteins complexed to polyphenol extracts to reduce allergic response in C3H/HeJ mice. Mice were sensitized to peanut flour followed by exposure to amino acid diets fortified with peanut protein-polyphenol aggregates of either with low (15%; w/w) or high (40%; w/w) complexation ratios of blueberry (BB-Low and BB-High) and cranberry (CB-Low and CB-High) extracts. Treat...

HLA*LA - HLA typing from linearly projected graph alignments.

HLA*LA implements a new graph alignment model for HLA type inference, based on the projection of linear alignments onto a variation graph. It enables accurate HLA type inference from whole-genome (99% accuracy) and whole-exome (93% accuracy) Illumina data; from long-read Oxford Nanopore and Pacific Biosciences data (98% accuracy for whole-genome and targeted data); and from genome assemblies. Computational requirements for a typical sample vary between 0.7 and 14 CPU hours per sample.

Draft Genome Sequence of Xylaria longipes DSM 107183, a Saprotrophic Ascomycete Colonizing Hardwood.

The saprotrophic soft-rot fungus was isolated from deadwood of collected in the Bavarian Forest, Germany. The whole genome of this strain (DSM 107183) was sequenced with a total size of 43.2 Mb and a G+C content of 48.5%. The genome comprises 12,638 predicted coding sequences.

Indoor dust acts as an adjuvant to promote sensitization to peanut through the airway.

There is growing evidence that environmental peanut exposure through non-oral routes, including the skin and respiratory tract, can result in peanut sensitization. Environmental adjuvants in indoor dust can promote sensitization to inhaled antigens, but whether they contribute to peanut allergy development is unclear.

Epicutaneous Immunotherapy vs Placebo for Peanut Protein Ingestion Among Peanut-Allergic Children.

The Health and Economic Benefits of Approaches for Peanut Introduction in Infants with a Peanut Allergic Sibling.

Genome-wide mining seed-specific candidate genes from peanut for promoter cloning.

Peanut seeds are ideal bioreactors for the production of foreign recombinant proteins and/or nutrient metabolites. Seed-Specific Promoters (SSPs) are important molecular tools for bioreactor research. However, few SSPs have been characterized in peanut seeds. The mining of Seed-Specific Candidate Genes (SSCGs) is a prerequisite for promoter cloning. Here, we described an approach for the genome-wide mining of SSCGs via comparative gene expression between seed and nonseed tissues. Three hundred thirty-seven ...

Proteogenomic Refinement of the Neomegalonema perideroedes Genome Annotation.

Neomegalonema perideroedes (formerly Meganema perideroedes) str. G1 is the type strain and only described isolate of the genus Neomegalonema (formerly Meganema) which belongs to the Alphaproteobacteria. N. perideroedes is distinguished by the ability to accumulate high amounts of polyhydroxyalkanoates and has been associated with bulking problems in wastewater treatment plants due to its filamentous morphology. In 2013, its genome was sequenced as part of the Genomic Encyclopedia of Bacteria and Archaea (GE...

Visual assessment does not reliably predict peanut content in chocolate covered peanut candies used for oral immunotherapy.

The importance of early peanut ingestion in the prevention of peanut allergy.

Peanut allergy appears to have increased in prevalence, is often severe and is typically life-long. Therefore, reducing its incidence through a primary prevention strategy is a priority. Guidelines on peanut introduction have evolved with time and given evidence of peanut allergy risk reduction with early infant ingestion exposure, the current US advice promotes early introduction for infants, particularly targeting those at highest risk. Areas covered: This article describes the evolution of peanut introdu...

Complete Genome Sequencing of WRN014, and Comparison with Genome Sequences of other strains.

strain WRN014 was isolated from banana fields in Hainan, China. is an important member of the plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) which can enhance plant growth and control soil borne disease. The complete genome of WRN014 was sequenced by combining Illumina Hiseq 2500 system and Pacific Biosciences SMRT (PacBio RSⅡ) high-throughput sequencing technologies. Then, the genome of WRN014, together with 45 other completed genome sequences of the strains, were comparatively studied. The genome of W...

A chromosome-level draft genome of the grain aphid Sitobion miscanthi.

Sitobion miscanthi is an ideal model for studying host plant specificity, parthenogenesis-based phenotypic plasticity, and interactions between insects and other species of various trophic levels, such as viruses, bacteria, plants, and natural enemies. However, the genome information for this species has not yet to be sequenced and published. Here, we analyzed the entire genome of a parthenogenetic female aphid colony using Pacific Biosciences long-read sequencing and Hi-C data to generate chromosome-length...

Sensory Characterization of Dominant Malawi Peanut Varieties After Roasting.

Although sensory appeal influences peanut consumption, peanut varieties are mostly selected based on agronomic traits. As a result, the sensory properties of peanut varieties, especially in southern Africa, are not known. Therefore, the primary objective of the study was to determine the sensory properties of the Malawi peanut varieties and the volatile compounds associated with roasted peanut flavor. Six dominant Malawi peanut varieties (Chalimbana, CG7, Nsinjiro, Kakoma, Baka, and Chitala) were evaluated ...

Development of a goosegrass (Eleusine indica) draft genome and application to weed science research.

Genomes are vital to the study of genomics, population genetics, and evolution of species. To date, only one genome (Echinochloa crus-galli) for C4 annual weedy grass species has been sequenced. Research was conducted to develop a draft genome of goosegrass (Eleusine indica; 2n = 2x = 18), one of the most common and troublesome weeds in the world.

From insects to mammals: regulation of genome architecture in neural development.

One of the hallmarks of the metazoan genome is that genes are non-randomly positioned within the cell nucleus; in fact, the entire genome is packaged in a highly organized manner to orchestrate proper gene expression for each cell type. This is an especially daunting task for the development of the brain, which consists of an incredibly diverse population of neural cells. How genome architecture is established, maintained, and regulated to promote diverse cell fates and functions are fascinating questions w...

Peanut allergen reduction and functional property improvement by means of enzymatic hydrolysis and transglutaminase crosslinking.

Enzymatic processing could reduce the allergenicity of peanut proteins while may lose the functional properties. Transglutaminase (TGase) is an enzyme for improving the functional properties of proteins/hydrolysates. No studies have been conducted on peanut hydrolysates that are crosslinked with TGase. In this study, allergenicity and functional properties of peanut protein hydrolysate cross-linked by TGase were tested. Papain, ficin and bromelain were selected out of eight food-grade enzymes for the kineti...

Draft Genome Sequences of 27 Salmonella enterica Serovar Schwarzengrund Isolates from Clinical Sources.

Twenty-seven serovar Schwarzengrund isolates from clinical sources were sequenced as part of a larger study to examine phenotypic and genotypic characteristics. The majority of the sequenced strains were isolated from human stool ( = 20) followed by urine ( = 3) and blood ( = 2). Four isolate sequences contained plasmids of known incompatibility groups.

Profiling the genome-wide landscape of tandem repeat expansions.

Tandem repeat (TR) expansions have been implicated in dozens of genetic diseases, including Huntington's Disease, Fragile X Syndrome, and hereditary ataxias. Furthermore, TRs have recently been implicated in a range of complex traits, including gene expression and cancer risk. While the human genome harbors hundreds of thousands of TRs, analysis of TR expansions has been mainly limited to known pathogenic loci. A major challenge is that expanded repeats are beyond the read length of most next-generation seq...

Introgression of peanut smut resistance from landraces to elite peanut cultivars (Arachis hypogaea L.).

Smut disease caused by the fungal pathogen Thecaphora frezii Carranza & Lindquist is threatening the peanut production in Argentina. Fungicides commonly used in the peanut crop have shown little or no effect controlling the disease, making it a priority to obtain peanut varieties resistant to smut. In this study, recombinant inbred lines (RILs) were developed from three crosses between three susceptible peanut elite cultivars (Arachis hypogaea L. subsp. hypogaea) and two resistant landraces (Arachis hypogae...

Screening of Nanobody Specific for Peanut Major Allergen Ara h 3 by Phage Display.

Peanut allergy is a major health problem worldwide. Detection of food allergens is a critical aspect of food safety. The VHH domain of single chain antibody from camelids, also known as nanobody (Nb), showed its advantages in the development of biosensors because of its high stability, small molecular size, and ease of production. However, no nanobody specific to peanut allergens has been developed. In this study, we constructed a library with random triplets (NNK) in its CDR regions of a camel nanobody bac...

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