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added Mapper for tranform scholexplorer links into actionsets

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import eu.dnetlib.actionmanager.actions.ActionFactory;
import eu.dnetlib.actionmanager.actions.AtomicAction;
import eu.dnetlib.actionmanager.common.Agent;
import eu.dnetlib.miscutils.datetime.DateUtils;
import org.apache.commons.lang3.StringUtils;
import org.junit.Assert;
import org.junit.Before;
import org.junit.Test;

import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Map;

import static org.junit.Assert.assertEquals;

public class ScholexplorerActionMapperTest {

    private Map<String, ScholExplorerConfiguration> configurationMap;
    private String setName;
    private Agent agent;
    private String nsPrefix;
    private String dsName;
    private String dsId;



    public void initializeCofiguration(){
        configurationMap= new HashMap<>();
        configurationMap.put("issn", new ScholExplorerConfiguration(null, false));
        configurationMap.put("openaire", new ScholExplorerConfiguration(null, false));
        configurationMap.put("pmid", new ScholExplorerConfiguration("pmid", true,""));
        configurationMap.put("doi", new ScholExplorerConfiguration("doi", true,""));
        configurationMap.put("pbmid", new ScholExplorerConfiguration("pmid", true,""));
        configurationMap.put("openaire ", new ScholExplorerConfiguration(null, false));
        configurationMap.put("pmcid", new ScholExplorerConfiguration("pmc", true,""));
        configurationMap.put("pubmedid", new ScholExplorerConfiguration("pmid", true,""));
        configurationMap.put("icpsr", new ScholExplorerConfiguration(null, false));
        configurationMap.put("dnet", new ScholExplorerConfiguration(null, false));
        configurationMap.put("url ", new ScholExplorerConfiguration(null, true,"%s"));

        setName = "DLI";
        agent= new Agent("agentId","agentName", Agent.AGENT_TYPE.service);
        nsPrefix = "scholexplore";
        dsName = "ScholExplorer";
        dsId = "scholexplorer";

    public void testSubString () {
        final String dnetId ="50|dli_resolver::7b7b9a57a40818d10cf2532d71f012fa";
        assertEquals("7b7b9a57a40818d10cf2532d71f012fa", dnetId.substring(17));

        System.out.println(AbstractDNetXsltFunctions.md5("SNSF - Swiss National Science Foundation"));




    public void testSingleScholixAction() throws IOException {

        final InputStream is = this.getClass().getResourceAsStream("/eu/dnetlib/data/mapreduce/actions/part-00000");
        final BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(is));
//        in.readLine();
//        in.readLine();
        String line = in.readLine();
        final JsonParser parser = new JsonParser();
        JsonObject root = parser.parse(line).getAsJsonObject();
        List<AtomicAction> actions = ScholixToActions.generateActionsFromScholix(root, configurationMap, setName, agent, new ActionFactory(), nsPrefix, dsName, dsId, DateUtils.now_ISO8601());
        actions.forEach(it-> System.out.println(String.format("%s    cf:%s    qualifier:%s", it.getTargetRowKey(), it.getTargetColumnFamily(), it.getTargetColumn())));


    public void testScholixAction() throws IOException {

        final InputStream is = this.getClass().getResourceAsStream("/eu/dnetlib/data/mapreduce/actions/part-00000");
        final BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(is));

        String line = in.readLine();
        while (StringUtils.isNotEmpty(line)){
            final JsonParser parser = new JsonParser();
            JsonObject root = parser.parse(line).getAsJsonObject();
            try {
                List<AtomicAction> actions = ScholixToActions.generateActionsFromScholix(root, configurationMap, setName, agent, new ActionFactory(), nsPrefix, dsName, dsId, DateUtils.now_ISO8601());
                Assert.assertTrue(actions.size() > 0);
            } catch (Throwable e) {
                throw (new RuntimeException(e));
            line = in.readLine();
{"publisher": ["Mammalian genome : official journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed", "datasourceName": "PubMed"}], "relatedDatasets": 1, "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::71ca0bb7cd1bf367edae9f8fff58e986", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "10920245"}], "author": ["Bentolila S", "Tiret L", "Fauré S", "Weissenbach J", "Bach J M", "Kessler J L", "Panthier J J"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::b8772cb54a09d447f8bb023c1e5e86a3", "title": ["Assignation of highly polymorphic markers on a canine purebred pedigree."], "typology": "publication"}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Wiley-Blackwell"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::66eb19bfdb1e70f17e0b7f2293a502b6", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/ccp32d7", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::df7c3de3e453b805947094aa4dab5654", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/ccpgbp4", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::596044649f2740dd69f86f3759c898d7", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/ccpj92k", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "New complexes with 5(3)-(2-hydroxyphenyl)-3(5)-methylpyrazole (H(2)phpz), [Co-2(H(2)phpz)(Hphpz)(2)(phpz)(2)](.)3CH(3)CN (1), [Ni(Hphpz)(2)] (2) and [Cu(HphpZ)(2)] (3), were synthesized and structurally characterized. The ligand coordinates in the form of 3-(2-hydroxyphenyl)-5-methylpyrazole in all cases, except for one ligand in the Co-III complex, where it coordinates in the 5-(2-hydroxyphenyl)-3-methylpyrazole mode. Crystallographic analysis revealed that 1 contains two chemically and crystallographically distinct cobalt(III) ions triply bridged by one phenoxide and two pyrazolate groups, giving rise to a [Co-2(N-N)(2)O] core with a (CoCo)-Co-... distance of 3.154 angstrom. Additionally, the H(2)phpz ligand shows four different coordination modes with the metal ions, demonstrating its versatility. The dinuclear unit of 1 is stabilized by strong intramolecular N-(HO)-O-... hydrogen-bonding interactions involving the phenol oxygen atom of the H(2)phpz ligand and the N-H functionality of the pyrazole ring. The crystal structure of the isomorphous complexes 2 and 3 reveals the presence of centrosymmetric mononuclear units with the MN2O2 [M = Ni-II (2), Cu-II (3)] chromophore displaying a slightly distorted square-planar geometry. The mononuclear structures of 2 and 3 are further stabilized by intramolecular hydrogen bonds established between the acid N-H group as donor and the phenoxide group of the H(2)phpz ligand as acceptor. Spectroscopic studies, ESI-MS and cyclic voltammetry were performed, supporting the crystallographic analysis. ((c) Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, 69451 Weinheim, Germany, 2007).", "author": ["de Gelder René", "Tanase Stefania", "Viciano-Chumillas Marta", "Aromí Guillem", "Bouwman Elisabeth", "Smits Jan M. M.", "Solans Xavier", "Reedijk Jan"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1002/ejic.200700313"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::7b7b9a57a40818d10cf2532d71f012fa", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2015-08-29T15:00:03Z","2015","2015-08-29"], "title": ["\"Coordination Versatility of 5(3)-(2-Hydroxyphenyl)-3(5)-methylpyrazole: Synthesis, Crystal Structure and Properties of CoIII, NiII and CuII Complexes\""], "relatedDatasets": 3}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Elsevier BV"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::0ba3406094e50f43df2ea84264c90dc1", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/ccswg58", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::e407766d64ed4878de6f9596807f1767", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/ccswg47", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "The homoleptic [M(MeCN) 4 ] 2+  cations (M = Pd, Pt) as the tetrafluoroborato derivatives were reacted with NHEt 2 . The platinum species affords the amidino derivative {Pt[( E )-HN    C(NEt 2 )Me] 4 }[BF 4 ] 2 ,  1 , as the only detected product of the addition of the amine to the coordinated nitrile. On the contrary, for [Pd(MeCN) 4 ][BF 4 ] 2  competition between the substitution of the nitrile and addition of the amine to the nitrile group is operative: by carrying out the reaction in acetonitrile as solvent, complete conversion was obtained to the crystallographically defined {Pd[( E )-HN    C(NEt 2 )Me] 4 }[BF 4 ] 2 . Consistent with these findings, PdCl 2 (MeCN) 2  reacts with NHEt 2  in acetonitrile yielding the substitution complex PdCl 2 (NHEt 2 ) 2 , whereas the amidino complex  cis -PtCl 2 [( E )-HN    C(NEt 2 )Me] 2 ,  3  was obtained from PtCl 2 (MeCN) 2 . Complex  3  was characterized by X-ray diffractometry.", "author": ["Labella Luca", "Belli Dell’ Amico Daniela", "Samaritani Simona", "Marchetti Fabio", "Pelizzi Giancarlo", "Bacchi Alessia", "Calderazzo Fausto"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.ica.2010.04.001"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::2d27fbd31cc53e37cad82f83dda7fa86", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Reactions of the homoleptic acetonitrile complexes of palladium and platinum with diethylamine\""], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Elsevier", "datasourceId": "dli_________::elsevier"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isReferencedBy", "collectedFrom": "NCBI Nucleotide", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::ae3e5e7cbb7edbff1822a51fda4ab84d", "id": {"identifier": "q6b856", "schema": "ncbi-p"}}], "abstract": "", "title": ["Cytotoxic activities of substituted 3-(3,4,5-trimethoxybenzylidene)-1,3-dihydroindol-2-ones and studies on their mechanisms of action"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.ejmech.2013.03.033"}], "id": "50|elsevier____::e463ad2b90baddd604fcb947807ef5d3", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2013"], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["International Union of Crystallography (IUCr)"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::2649dbe1f417f881f145025b9d5c8dd4", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc9tmwl", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "In the title dinuclear complex, [Cu2(C5H10NO2)2(C10H8N2)3(H2O)2](NO3)2·2H2O, each of the two l-valinate anions chelates a CuII center through the amino N and carboxyl­ate O atom, forming a five-membered ring. A 4,4′-bipyridine mol­ecule bridges two water-coordinated Cu atoms, each of which is connected to another 4,4′-bipyridine, giving rise to a square-pyramidal coordination geometry for the CuII centers. The dinuclear dications, nitrate anions and uncoord­inated water mol­ecules are linked into a two-dimensional structure.", "author": ["Hong Mao-Chun", "Lou Ben-Yong"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1107/s1600536808002109"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::d4911d91b889dca4061caa3476fae9ca", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"μ-4,4′-Bipyridine-κ2N:N′-bisaqua(4,4′-bipyridine-κN)(L-valinato-κ2N,O)copper(II) dinitrate dihydrate\""], "relatedDatasets": 1}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Springer Nature"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "references", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::1314232c765f4f27d958b109667b4169", "id": {"identifier": "10.5061/dryad.3bd65", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::1314232c765f4f27d958b109667b4169", "id": {"identifier": "10.5061/dryad.3bd65", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "", "author": ["Perl Craig D.", "Niven Jeremy E."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1038/srep24204"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::237d47fb3706bca32ed3f3830db80933", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["Colony-Level Differences in the Scaling Rules Governing Wood Ant Compound Eye Structure"], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Parasitology research"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::52efa98a0893f745495fc21e46be7ad8", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::5d72b7ab35d159055ab3b729cf6bbda8", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "7624289"}], "author": ["Luton K", "Johnson A M", "Gleeson M"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::9e2063986720cf59ad3269d4a84a0785", "title": ["rRNA gene sequence heterogeneity among Toxoplasma gondii strains."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Journal of clinical virology : the official publication of the Pan American Society for Clinical Virology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::802cfc3618ac6f6c26fe1cd0f8c0489e", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::4b4d055b1618ef1521b5d79260817817", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "BACKGROUND: Occupational exanthematic diseases represent an important cause of public health impact and economical losses. Among the viral exanthematic diseases, two caused by poxviruses are noteworthy: the bovine vaccinia (BV), caused by the Vaccinia virus (VACV); and the milker's nodule, in which the agent is the Pseudocowpox virus (PCPV). Both agents are zoonotic and have been associated with several cases of bovine infection. In Brazilian rural areas BV has been highly prevalent, particularly in milk herds. Farmers, milkers and their close contacts developed lesions on the hands, forearms, legs and face accompanied by several systemic symptoms. Although VACV and PCPV present with similar epidemiological and transmission patterns, no VACV and PCPV co-infection cases have to date been described. OBJECTIVES: To describe the first case of zoonotic VACV and PCVP co-infection, based on serological and molecular methods. STUDY DESIGN AND RESULTS: In this work we report a case of a Brazilian rural worker who presented with a large severely ulcerated-pustule skin lesion, associated with fever, headache, malaise, myalgia and axillary, inguinal and cervical limphadenopathy. The worker declared occupational contact with cattle that had notable injuries on their teats. Human and bovine clinical samples were collected and submitted to serological and molecular tests. PCR and phylogenetic analysis revealed the presence of VACV DNA and PCPV DNA in the patient's lesion. Serological tests indicated anti-VACV neutralizing antibodies and molecular assays showed the presence of VACV and PCPV DNA in the patient sera. VACV and PCPV also were detected in dairy cattle. CONCLUSION: Together, these results indicate a case of zoonotic VACV/PCPV co-infection. Epidemiological surveillance and appropriate medical treatment are essential for the control of both diseases, especially in the most severe cases, as described in the present study.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.jcv.2010.02.001"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "20207192"}], "author": ["Lobato Zélia I P", "Drumond Betânia P", "Kroon Erna G", "Ferreira Paulo C", "Trindade Giliane S", "Guedes Maria I", "Bonjardim Cláudio A", "Silva-Fernandes André T", "Assis Felipe L", "Madureira Marieta", "Abrahão Jônatas S", "Turrini Filippo", "Leite Juliana A", "Coelho Luiz F L", "Fonseca Flávio G"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::a8fd6fec08ec1d8da00245154f88e25b", "title": ["Human Vaccinia virus and Pseudocowpox virus co-infection: clinical description and phylogenetic characterization."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Systematic and applied microbiology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::e0642068916cbcc5c50b56984d3eacb9", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::3c6db6c84beebcbadc10b8f2653934fc", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Sequences for the spacer regions that separate the 16S and 23S ribosomal RNA genes have been determined for four more (strategically placed) archaebacteria. These confirm the general rule that methanogens and extreme halophiles have spacers that contain a single tRNAala gene, while tRNA genes are not found in the spacer region of the true extreme thermophiles. The present study also shows that the spacer regions from the sulfate reducing Archaeglobus and the extreme thermophile Thermococcus (both of which cluster phylogenetically with the methanogens and extreme halophiles) contain each a tRNAala gene. Thus, not only all methanogens and extreme halophiles show this characteristic, but all organisms on the \"methanogen branch\" of the archaebacterial tree appear to do so. The finding of a tRNA gene in the spacer region of the extreme thermophile Thermococcus celer is the first known phenotypic property that links this organism with its phylogenetic counterparts, the methanogens, rather than with its phenotypic counterparts, the sulfur-dependent extreme thermophiles.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "11542149"}], "author": ["Woese C R", "Achenbach-Richter L"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::1793df639a83dc97c209af4161f81bf0", "title": ["The ribosomal gene spacer region in archaebacteria."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["BMC genomics"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "pubmed______"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::e225095802d6a7d6a71bac6de3e07111", "id": {"identifier": "hm189212", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::a42473c32e27164392b48fef4b622157", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::3ef1e4bdd9795a61be5731fb54a34644", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::95cc0988210b95c700ede23b554fb544", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "BACKGROUND: The family Tetranychidae (Chelicerata: Acari) includes ~1200 species, many of which are of agronomic importance. To date, mitochondrial genomes of only two Tetranychidae species have been sequenced, and it has been found that these two mitochondrial genomes are characterized by many unusual features in genome organization and structure such as gene order and nucleotide frequency. The scarcity of available sequence data has greatly impeded evolutionary studies in Acari (mites and ticks). Information on Tetranychidae mitochondrial genomes is quite important for phylogenetic evaluation and population genetics, as well as the molecular evolution of functional genes such as acaricide-resistance genes. In this study, we sequenced the complete mitochondrial genome of Panonychus citri (Family Tetranychidae), a worldwide citrus pest, and provide a comparison to other Acari. RESULTS: The mitochondrial genome of P. citri is a typical circular molecule of 13,077 bp, and contains the complete set of 37 genes that are usually found in metazoans. This is the smallest mitochondrial genome within all sequenced Acari and other Chelicerata, primarily due to the significant size reduction of protein coding genes (PCGs), a large rRNA gene, and the A + T-rich region. The mitochondrial gene order for P. citri is the same as those for P. ulmi and Tetranychus urticae, but distinctly different from other Acari by a series of gene translocations and/or inversions. The majority of the P. citri mitochondrial genome has a high A + T content (85.28%), which is also reflected by AT-rich codons being used more frequently, but exhibits a positive GC-skew (0.03). The Acari mitochondrial nad1 exhibits a faster amino acid substitution rate than other genes, and the variation of nucleotide substitution patterns of PCGs is significantly correlated with the G + C content. Most tRNA genes of P. citri are extremely truncated and atypical (44-65, 54.1 ± 4.1 bp), lacking either the T- or D-arm, as found in P. ulmi, T. urticae, and other Acariform mites. CONCLUSIONS: The P. citri mitochondrial gene order is markedly different from those of other chelicerates, but is conserved within the family Tetranychidae indicating that high rearrangements have occurred after Tetranychidae diverged from other Acari. Comparative analyses suggest that the genome size, gene order, gene content, codon usage, and base composition are strongly variable among Acari mitochondrial genomes. While extremely small and unusual tRNA genes seem to be common for Acariform mites, further experimental evidence is needed.", "author": ["Jin-Jun Wang", "Yuan Ming-Long", "Ming-Long Yuan", "Dou Wei", "Bao-Jun Wang", "Wang Jin-Jun", "Wei Dan-Dan", "Dan-Dan Wei", "Wei Dou", "Wang Bao-Jun"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1186/1471-2164-11-597"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "20969792"}, {"type": "pmid", "id": "20969792"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::818957b52a5f5872d210e5743a56cdfd", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2010-10-23"], "title": ["The complete mitochondrial genome of the citrus red mite Panonychus citri (Acari: Tetranychidae): high genome rearrangement and extremely truncated tRNAs."], "relatedDatasets": 4}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["International Union of Crystallography (IUCr)"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::3c39237578624ee2594c377fab93fef2", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc8bjz2", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::9d5ca070e5b9d1ed0d60eb4922aa9f93", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc8bk04", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "The monohydrate of the title phenolic diacid (C 8 H 6 O 5 .H 2 O, 2-hydroxybenzene-1,3-dioic acid or 3-carboxysalicylic acid) adopts a planar conformation, with the phenol hydrogen internally hydrogen-bonded to the carbonyl of one highly ordered carboxyl, which, in turn, donates a hydrogen bond to the oxygen of water. The second carboxyl is disordered and hydrogen-bonded both to water and to the disordered carboxyl of a centrosymmetrically related neighbor in a static disorder arrangement extending over two full asymmetric units. The water accepts either one or two hydrogen bonds and donates a long bifurcated hydrogen bond shared equally by O atoms of the phenol and the disordered carboxyl. The hydrogen bonding includes no standard carboxyl pairing and is entirely two-dimensional. The resulting planar ribbons stack translationally at a distance of 3.413 (8) A, in an offset arrangement having non-translational interplanar distances of 0.821 (5) and 2.592 (6) A. This structure is compared with two previously reported for this compound. The title compound forms a monoanion, whose tetraphenylphosphonium salt is described (C 32 H 25 O 5 P, tetraphenylphosphonium 2,6-dicarboxyphenolate, tetraphenylphosphonium 2-oxidoisophthalic acid or tetraphenylphosphonium 3-carboxysalicylate). The phenol oxygen is the site of formal negative charge on the anion, which is stabilized in a planar arrangement by symmetrical hydrogen bonds from both ortho-carboxyl groups. The energetics of this arrangement, the phenol and carboxyl acidities, and factors affecting those acidities and providing anion stabilization are discussed.", "author": ["Dubois Patrick", "Bawa Shaleen", "Coté Marie L.", "Thompson Hugh W.", "Lalancette Roger A."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1107/s0108768104012686"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::47d539a7e7941f7154edb643a36f0565", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"2-Hydroxyisophthalic acid: hydrogen-bonding patterns in the monohydrate and the tetraphenylphosphonium salt. An instance of dramatic acidity enhancement by symmetric, internally hydrogen-bonded anion stabilization\""], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["International Union of Crystallography (IUCr)"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::dd706aa3c2107d33caa17c5946feed21", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc119zbn", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::23d506c005ddf2fefb011aff10d91b4c", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc119z9m", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::8df73614fa6365969dd7743fee017787", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc119zcp", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "The three transition-metal complexes, (meso-5,7,7,12,14,14-hexamethyl-1,4,8,11-tetraazacyclotetradecane-κ4N)bis(perchlorato-κO)copper(II), [Cu(ClO4)2(C18H40N4)], (I), (meso-5,7,7,12,14,14-hexamethyl-1,4,8,11-tetraazacyclotetradecane-κ4N)bis(nitrato-κO)zinc(II), [Zn(NO3)2(C18H40N4)], (II), and aquachlorido(meso-5,7,7,12,14,14-hexamethyl-1,4,8,11-tetraazacyclotetradecane-κ4N)copper(II) chloride, [CuCl(C18H40N4)(H2O)]Cl, (III), are described. The molecules display a very similarly distorted 4+2 octahedral environment for the cation [located at an inversion centre in (I) and (II)], defined by the macrocycle N4 group in the equatorial sites and two further ligands in trans-axial positions [two O–ClO3 ligands in (I), two O–NO2 ligands in (II) and one chloride and one aqua ligand in (III)]. The most significant difference in molecular shape resides in these axial ligands, the effect of which on the intra- and intermolecular hydrogen bonding is discussed. In the case of (I), all strong hydrogen-bond donors are saturated in intramolecular interactions, while weak intermolecular C—H...O contacts result in a three-dimensional network. In (II) and (III), instead, there are N—H and O—H donors left over for intermolecular interactions, giving rise to the formation of strongly linked but weakly interacting chains.", "author": ["Doctorovich Fabio", "Roy Tapashi G.", "Baggio Ricardo", "Suarez Sebastián", "Yasmin Sabina"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1107/s0108270113018465"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::2fc4173a58324336f391bc68c2dd0cb8", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Three transition-metal complexes with the macrocyclic ligandmeso-5,7,7,12,14,14-hexamethyl-1,4,8,11-tetraazacyclotetradecane (L): Cu(ClO4)2(L), Zn(NO3)2(L) and CuCl(L)(H2O)Cl\""], "relatedDatasets": 3}
{"publisher": ["Biochemical genetics"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed", "datasourceName": "PubMed"}], "relatedDatasets": 1, "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::24a877b50b7c3c159cc933536342b19f", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: The big-headed turtle (Platysternon megacephalum) is critically endangered because of overharvesting, illegal trade, and habitat destruction. Assessment of genetic variability in existing populations becomes very important to the taxonomy and conservation of this species. Here we describe 14 microsatellite loci isolated from an enriched genomic library of the big-headed turtle, and the polymorphisms of these loci were assessed in 28 individuals from Huizhou, Heyuan, Zhaoqing, and Shaoguan of Guangdong, China. The range of polymorphism information content is 0.305-0.738, and no evidence of significant linkage disequilibrium was found among any pairs of loci. These 14 new polymorphic microsatellite loci can be used in population genetics, taxonomy, phylogeography, behavior ecology, and conservation efforts of Platysternon megacephalum.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1007/s10528-014-9640-2"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "24449181"}], "author": ["Gong Shiping", "Ge Yan", "Wang Fumin", "Chen Jinping", "Chen Guoling", "Hua Liushuai"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::0afb88abbfd7ba0e8a1056681bef4891", "title": ["Isolation and characterization of 14 polymorphic microsatellite loci in the big-headed turtle (Platysternon megacephalum)."], "typology": "publication"}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Genomics"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::5293ae207db0fec685cfdf3a7faffa27", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: We report here the isolation of a novel cDNA, designated LIS2, that maps to chromosome 2p11.2 by in situ hybridization and demonstrates extremely high sequence similarity to the recently identified LIS1 gene involved in Miller-Dieker lissencephaly at 17p13.3. Specific probes for LIS2 revealed a pattern of expression resembling that of LIS1, although LIS2 is less abundant. Surprisingly, LIS2 detected an additional, higher molecular weight transcript in adult skeletal muscle. Isolated YAC clones and P1 clones mapped by in situ hybridization to two loci on chromosome 2,2p11.2 and 2q13-q14. This hybridization was due to the existence of LIS2 pseudogene LIS2P on the long arm of chromosome 2.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "8586424"}], "author": ["Lindsay E A", "Reiner O", "Bar-Am I", "Cahana A", "Sapir T", "Baldini A", "Carrozzo R", "Shmueli O", "Ledbetter D H"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::802f293448c543e140e3fb7f4cec90e3", "title": ["LIS2, gene and pseudogene, homologous to LIS1 (lissencephaly 1), located on the short and long arms of chromosome 2."], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Journal of molecular evolution"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::86a1ff0de49ae9dca1d0ff427d02180d", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::55df31a087b8b2e445a7f07a94a8ea27", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Sequence analysis of two nuclear-encoded glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) genes isolated from the dinoflagellate Gonyaulax polyedra distinguishes them as cytosolic and chloroplastic forms of the enzyme. Distance analysis of the cytosolic sequence shows the Gonyaulax gene branching early within the cytosolic clade, consistent with other analyses. However, the plastid sequence forms a monophyletic group with the plastid isoforms of cryptomonads, within an otherwise cytosolic clade, distinct from all other plastid GAPDHs. This is attributed to lateral gene transfer from an ancestral cryptomonad to a dinoflagellate, providing the first example of genetic exchange accompanying symbiotic associations between the two, which are common in present day cells.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "9847403"}], "author": ["Morse D", "Woodland Hastings J", "Fagan T"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::e8507af0e1578871c6f25e76f49f8457", "title": ["The phylogeny of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase indicates lateral gene transfer from cryptomonads to dinoflagellates."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Elsevier BV"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::031dbfc129aba89ae5b4bd73d0c92afe", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc1k2fpr", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::67639a236c63f624c6a7e74e4803e02f", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc1k2frt", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::808a089957e417a4f80ebb66c4ac6173", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc1k2fqs", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "A series of novel heavier carbene analogs 3–8, MeN(CH2CH2NTs)(CH2CR2O)M (M = Ge (3, R = H; 4, R = Ph), Sn (5, R = H; 6, R = Ph), Pb (7, R = H; 8, R = Ph)), was prepared by the interaction of M[N(SiMe3)2]2 (M = Ge, Sn, Pb) with substituted N,N,O-ligands, 1 and 2, MeN(CH2CH2NHTs)(CH2CR2OH) (1, R = H; 2, R = Ph). All the compounds were investigated by IR and multinuclear NMR spectroscopy and it was established that in a solution tin and lead compounds are agglomerated. An X-ray diffraction analysis of 3 revealed the monomeric structure with three-coordinated Ge atom. In contrast to germylenes, plumbylenes are associated in solid state. In the crystalline phase, the steric hindrance affects the degree of association. Thus, lead derivative 7 based on unsubstituted ligand, 1, forms dimers with strong bridging Pb–O bonding which further crystallize into chains. On contrary, plumbylene 8 based on phenyl substituted ligand, 2, is monomeric and only weak Pb⋯OSO contacts are observed is the solid state.", "author": ["Zaitsev Kirill V.", "Egorov Mikhail P.", "Peregudov Alexander S.", "Zaitseva Galina S.", "Karlov Sergey S.", "Cherepakhin Valeriy S.", "Churakov Andrei V.", "Tarasevich Boris N."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.ica.2015.12.025"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::1a30dbb82a2ed5621916de2529016960", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Extending the family of stable heavier carbenes: New tetrylenes based on N,N,O-ligands\""], "relatedDatasets": 3}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::1b52efe10ab2262e9180184895b76b75", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc4m743", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::d915e86eec8830c4a7a5b9b290a021e5", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc4m754", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "Two types of crystals were isolated from aqueous solutions of copper(II) salts, the tetradentate diaminodiamide ligand H2L1 (H2L1 = 1,8-diamino-3,6-diazaoctane-4,5-dione) and base. Crystal structural analyses revealed that one is the expected [Cu(L1)] and the other is the corresponding dimer [Cu2(L1)2], with the two copper(II) chromophores in nearly parallel planes (Cu· · ·Cu distance = 3.35 A; angle between the two planes, θ = 18.6°), where each ligand co-ordinates to both metal centers. Relief of strain, induced by the central, flat, five-membered chelate ring with two amide donors and two fused five-membered rings, and van der Waals attractions may be responsible for the stabilization of the dimer. This is supported by force field calculations which accurately reproduce the experimentally observed structures (RMS = 0.14 (monomer), 0.19 A (dimer)), define them as the lowest strain energy conformers and find a stabilization of the dimer by 24 kJ mol–1 (ΔUstrain = 2Ustrainmonomer – Ustraindimer).", "author": ["Gavrish Sergey P.", "Comba Peter", "Peters Alexander", "Lightfoot Philip", "Lampeka Yaroslaw D."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1039/a905437e"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::775653c4df8dd6597ee5627dbf5ea098", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Dimerization of a copper(II) compound with a tetradentate diaminodiamide ligand †\""], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Springer Nature"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|datacite____::42c6ad87cc1114e06b62366f61b57ff4", "id": {"identifier": "10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3602780.v1", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|datacite____::2fbd3fec74bf153f71f377d05b1a12ac", "id": {"identifier": "10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3602780_d1.v1", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::7720eec6792abda6d45815435f9375c5", "id": {"identifier": "10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3602780", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|datacite____::7ec9a7533160b9ede399c25e6ed13837", "id": {"identifier": "10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3602780_d2.v1", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "Background: Despite an increase in research devoted to primary care attributes, the patient benefits and educational aspects of broad scope practice of primary care physicians (PCPs) have not been well studied, due to a lack of validated measurement in each country. The objective of this study was to develop and validate the Scope of Practice Inventory (SPI) to measure physicians’ scope of practice within the Japanese primary care setting. Methods: The questionnaire was developed in seven phases: 1) item generation, 2) consensus method for necessity of each item, 3) Delphi process for the importance of each item, 4) pilot tests to limit the number of items, 5) preliminary cross-sectional study to examine factor structure and to validate the construct validity, 6) evaluation of internal consistency and intra-class reliability, and 7) evaluation of external validity. To confirm the interpretability of the SPI, the determinants of the SPI using a generalized linear model were evaluated. Results: Among 359 items generated by a focus group, 180 reached a defined consensus on face and content validity after the Delphi process. After deletion of ite ms with Kappa values less than 0.6, 120 items were selected for the preliminary study. The principle component analysis using responses from 451 PCPs eliminated 52 items. The final 68-point SPI had three subdomains: Inpatient care, 25 items; Urgent care and minor procedures, 27 items; and Ambulatory care, 16 items. Internal consistency and test-retest reliability for total SPI and each subdomain revealed acceptable reliability. Male sex, less years since graduation, working in a hospital, sub-urban or rural setting, having remote experience, and having board certification as a PCP were positively associated with higher SPI. Conclusions: We developed a self-administered 68-point scale, the SPI, which had satisfactory validity and reliability. Primary care quality and educational research using SPI are expected to contribute to comprehensive and efficient health care systems in the future.", "author": ["Ichikawa Shuhei", "Takemura Yousuke C.", "Ie Kenya"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1186/s12875-015-0357-z"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::763cff2bf6eb78a5d1208c8aa9699555", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Development of a questionnaire to measure primary care physicians’ scope of practice\""], "relatedDatasets": 4}
{"typology": "publication", "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "OpenAIRE", "datasourceId": "dli_________::openaire"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "references", "collectedFrom": "OpenAIRE", "dnetId": "60|openaire____::fa98ed59380c4614f336e4997d4cbeb5", "id": {"identifier": "10.4232/1.0680", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "This paper attempts to explicitly integrate the idea of reference group when measuring relative deprivation. It assumes that in assessing her situation in society an individual compares herself with individuals whose environment can be considered as being similar to hers. By environment we mean the set of people with a similar set of observable characteristics such as human capital, household attributes and location. We therefore propose to measure relative deprivation by comparing the actual income of an individual with the one he could have expected on the basis of the level of these characteristics. We then aggregate these individual comparisons by computing an index of \"distributional change\" that compares, on a non anonymous basis, the distributions of the actual and \"expected\" incomes. At the difference of other approaches to relative deprivation our measure takes into account not only the difference between the actual and \"expected\" individual incomes but also that between the actual and \"expected\" individual ranks. We applied our approach to Moldova, the poorest country in Europe, using a survey which covered a period of six years (from 2000 to 2005). We then observed that our measure of deprivation, when compared to other possible measures of deprivation, had a higher correlation with the answers given by individuals in the survey we used to a question on their assessment of their housing living conditions (a higher number corresponding to a worse subjective situation).", "author": ["Jacques Silber", "Paolo Verme"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "openaire", "id": "oai:dnet:dedup_wf_001::46ad373b6cb3d2b853cca7a54f12ff25"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::d2592523cf6d2ed728b316207f82e980", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["Distributional change, reference groups and the measurement of relative deprivation"], "relatedDatasets": 1, "subject": [{"scheme": "keyword", "value": "jel:O15"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "jel:D31"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "jel:D63"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "jel:I32"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "deprivation, reference groups, and inequality."}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Deprivation ; Inequality ; Reference group"}]}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Gene"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::ed82f26ad82dba3634603a32b8b18ae2", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::820bcebf7a6fcac2c12a06f633c7e98d", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: The putative DNA polymerase-encoding gene of African swine fever virus has been sequenced. The gene, designated G1207R, is located in the central region of the viral genome, and encodes a protein of 1207 amino acids (aa) with a predicted M(r) of 139,835. The gene is transcribed at both early and late stages of infection into a 4.1-kb RNA. Transcription is initiated at tsp, 8 nucleotides (nt) upstream from the start codon. Open reading frame (ORF) G1207R contains four direct repeats in tandem close to the 3'-end. Each repeat consists of 12 nt, coding for the reiterated sequence, K/NPAG. The deduced aa sequence of G1207R shows significant similarity with DNA polymerases from cellular and viral origin, belonging to the alpha-like family of DNA polymerases. In particular, the G1207R protein presents a colinear arrangement of all the 3'-->5' exonuclease and polymerization highly conserved aa regions characteristic of this group of DNA-dependent DNA polymerases.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "8293992"}], "author": ["Rodríguez J F", "Salas M L", "Viñuela E", "Rodríguez J M", "Yáñez R J"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::7916e33031f77c250257303c3c16575d", "title": ["The DNA polymerase-encoding gene of African swine fever virus: sequence and transcriptional analysis."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Gene"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::a4741fe296197ed71613369ff2798782", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::e2fbea25395faefdcf206eafdc2ef6d9", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Among the Solanum genus, Solanum quitoense Lam. (lulo) is a promising species of Neotropical Solanaceae to become a premium crop in international markets. Wild relatives of S. quitoense are a source of desirable characteristics to be exploited for genetic improvement. To enhance the understanding of and access to the genetic diversity in landrace and wild relatives of lulo, we estimated the relative sequence diversity among them and their wild relative Solanum hirtum. With the use of COSII markers, we established that diversity of cultivated lulo (S. quitoense) is significantly lower than that of its wild relative S. hirtum. In the same way, we found that diversity of lulo is similar to that previously reported for tomato, while the diversity of S. hirtum is comparable to that of other wild relatives of cultivated plants. Our results suggest that high variability of some genes associated to abiotic stress response and pathogen resistance has been favored in wild and cultivated lulo plants.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "20302924"}, {"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.gene.2010.03.005"}], "author": ["Bedoya-Reina Oscar C", "Barrero Luz S"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::8c9ef9ff6ac660db901ee9f68ba73ab5", "title": ["Preliminary assessment of COSII gene diversity in lulo and a relative species: initial identification of genes potentially associated with domestication."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Nucleic acids research"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "pubmed______"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::39bbd3a83a8b60b02778bb7eabf9d4d4", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::3eb48400dd84f6f4b3b42b069b71ccfa", "id": {"identifier": "x60103", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::6b3c0f97c8aef207e1f1e85e5378e44c", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::f8aefffb752d117cdf67b86166f99699", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: The mouse pancreatic ribonuclease gene Rib-1 was isolated from a library of mouse genomic DNA and sequenced. This small gene contains a nontranslated exon of 52 base pairs, an intron of 791 base pairs, and a coding exon of 741 base pairs. Rib-1 transcripts were detected in parotid gland as well as in pancreas. The abundance of the transcripts were approximately 200-fold greater in pancreatic RNA than in parotid RNA. The sites of transcription initiation were mapped by primer extension and ribonuclease protection assays. One major initiation site and several minor initiation sites were identified in pancreatic RNA. Transcription in parotid appears to be initiated from the same sites. Parotid-specific transcripts were not detected. The data suggest that Rib-1 is transcribed in pancreas and parotid from the same promoter. This is in contrast with the mechanism for production of amylase in pancreas and parotid, which is accomplished by tissue specific expression of different gene copies.", "author": ["Koeplin D", "Meisler M H", "Lc, Samuelson", "Howard, G.", "Rm, Schmid", "Mh, Meisler", "Samuelson L C", "Schmid R M", "Koeplin, D.", "Wiebauer K", "Howard G", "Wiebauer, K."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "1840677"}, {"type": "pmid", "id": "1840677"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::6fcb884133be13c456c1f57435467a3b", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["1991-12-01"], "title": ["Isolation of the murine ribonuclease gene Rib-1: structure and tissue specific expression in pancreas and parotid gland."], "relatedDatasets": 4}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Gene"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::f12d6b08478adae26eff8854b00f8fda", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::4d7a51cdaadc19ac2a53b7f795435f8e", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: We report the sequences of seven new cytoplasmic intermediate filament (IF) proteins of the cephalochordate Branchiostoma. The eight sequences currently known describe four subfamilies (A, B, C and D). All eight IF proteins show the short-length version of the coil 1b subdomain found in vertebrates and lack the additional 42 residues present in all nuclear lamins and the protostomic IF proteins. Although the lancelet is considered to be the closest relative of the vertebrates, it is difficult to relate its IF subfamilies unambiguously to a particular type I-IV subfamily of vertebrates. C1 and C2 have tail domains with two 64 residue repeats of coiled coil-forming ability, a structural feature unknown for IF proteins from vertebrates or protostomia. The epidermal protein D1 shows only a slightly better identity score with vertebrate type II keratins than with type III proteins, but the D1 gene organization is that of type III proteins. The same holds for A1, A2, B1, B2 and C2 genes, although the latter has an additional and uniquely positioned intron. Antibodies (Ab) raised against recombinant C2 and D1 proteins reveal these proteins in epidermis, some internal epithelia and parts of the spinal cord. The results on exonic sequences, gene organization and expression suggest that Branchiostoma IF proteins may retain a largely archetypal condition, whereas the vertebrates have established the well-known type I-IV IF system.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "9602172"}], "author": ["Weber K", "Karabinos A", "Riemer D"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::b641e8acab9a687c18df6b50bcb235e5", "title": ["Analysis of eight cDNAs and six genes for intermediate filament (IF) proteins in the cephalochordate Branchiostoma reveals differences in the IF multigene families of lower chordates and the vertebrates."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::4be7797a853235d0231b011dcca719fc", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc1jhf9r", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::4768448a06d7395f411a835d0ff2784e", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc1jhf6n", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::37c902c70e57e883eb11619bfd9171fd", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc1jhf7p", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::a0d9bd317d8abdbfc3f44e96cc4d6a33", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc1jhf8q", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "Treatment of [{Ti(η5-C5Me5)(μ-NH)}3(μ3-N)] (1) with zirconium or hafnium tetrachloride adducts [MCl4(thf)2] affords complexes [Cl3M{(μ3-N)(μ3-NH)2Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (M = Zr (2), Hf (3)). Titanium chloride complexes [Cl2Ti{(μ3-N)2(μ3-NH)Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (4) and [(Me2NH)ClTi{(μ3-N)3Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (5) are obtained by reaction of 1 with [TiCl4−x(NMe2)x] (x = 2, 3). The dimethylamine ligand in 5 is displaced by pyridine to give the analogue complex [(py)2ClTi{(μ3-N)3Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (6). Treatment of the titanium chloride complexes 4 and 5 with sodium cyclopentadienide or lithium bis(trimethylsilyl)amide reagents leads to the cube-type nitrido derivatives [RTi{(μ3-N)3Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (R = η5-C5H5 (7), N(SiMe3)2 (8)). The reaction of the zirconium trichloride complex 2 with [Tl(C5H5)] yields exclusively the dichloride-monocyclopentadienyl derivative [(η5-C5H5)Cl2Zr{(μ3-N)(μ3-NH)2Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (9). However, the treatment of 2 with excess [Na(C5H5)] causes further chloride replacement in 9 and subsequent cyclopentadiene elimination to give [(η5-C5H5)Zr{(μ3-N)3Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (10) via intermediates [(η5-C5H5)2ClZr{(μ3-N)Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ-NH)2(μ3-N)}] (11) and [(η5-C5H5)ClZr{(μ3-N)2(μ3-NH)Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (12). Treatment of 2 or 9 with [Mg(C5H5)2] leads to the magnesium derivative [(η5-C5H5)Mg(μ-Cl)2(η5-C5H5)Zr{(μ4-N)(μ3-N)(μ3-NH)Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (13), which can be visualized as a result of the incorporation of one [Mg(η5-C5H5)Cl] moiety to complex 12. In contrast to the metathesis process with [M(C5H5)x] derivatives and subsequent C5H6 eliminations, the reaction of 2 with potassium pentamethylcyclopentadienide in toluene produces the paramagnetic derivative [K(μ-Cl)3Zr{(μ3-N)(μ3-NH)2Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (14) and C10Me10. Complex 14 reacts with one equivalent of 18-crown-6 or cryptand-222 to give the molecular complex [(18-crown-6)K(μ-Cl)3Zr{(μ3-N)(μ3-NH)2Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (15) or the ion pair [K(crypt-222)][Cl3Zr{(μ3-N)(μ3-NH)2Ti3(η5-C5Me5)3(μ3-N)}] (16). The X-ray crystal structures of 2, 8, 13 and 15 have been determined.", "author": ["Caballo Jorge", "Yélamos Carlos", "Mena Miguel", "Greño Maider", "Pérez-Redondo Adrián"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1039/c5dt02836a"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::bfdd10c59ce55d4bbc76d9b759b35908", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Homo and heteropolymetallic Group 4 molecular nitrides\""], "relatedDatasets": 4}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["American Chemical Society (ACS)"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "RCSB", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010327"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "RCSB", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010327::405bf8b149d1f63303e1626438e73083", "id": {"identifier": "261d", "schema": "pdb"}}], "abstract": "The crystal structure of netropsin bound to the decamer d(CGCAATTGCG) has been determined at 2.4 A resolution. This is the first example of a crystal structure of netropsin bound to decamer DNA. The central eight bases of each DNA single-strand base pair with a self-complementary strand to form an octamer B-DNA duplex. These duplexes lie end to end within the unit cell. The terminal 5‘-C and G-3‘ bases are unpaired and interact with the neighboring duplexes via interactions within both the major and minor groove to form base triplet interactions of the type C+−G·C and G*(G·C), respectively. The triplet interaction of the type C+−G·C is known to exist within triplex DNA with the C+ base oriented parallel with the Watson−Crick guanine base to which it hydrogen bonds. The netropsin molecule lies within the minor groove of the octamer duplex and assumes a class I type position, with bifurcated hydrogen-bonding interactions from the amide groups of the netropsin to the A·T base pairs of the minor groove. The netropsin molecule fits within a five base pair long minor groove site by bending of the flexible amidinium group at one end of the drug.", "author": ["Garman Elspeth", "Neidle Stephen", "Nunn Christine M."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1021/bi9628228"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::c83ce424661ae604a2a026c572ffcff5", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Crystal Structure of the DNA Decamer d(CGCAATTGCG) Complexed with the Minor Groove Binding Drug Netropsin†\""], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Journal of molecular biology", "Elsevier BV"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "RCSB", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010327"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isReferencedBy", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::0dfc80c3505289eae0a5323b80521c90", "id": {"identifier": "dq890518", "schema": "genbank"}}, {"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "RCSB", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::7985fb8c4e713a899edb7d2995a8f73e", "id": {"identifier": "2j4w", "schema": "pdb"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::cbf60c1009c28322e3dca16bb77a4198", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "RCSB", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::f33d521a3c3802798d2c3ed46a42012f", "id": {"identifier": "2j5l", "schema": "pdb"}}], "abstract": "None: Apical membrane antigen 1 (AMA1) has an important, but as yet uncharacterised, role in host cell invasion by the malaria parasite, Plasmodium. The protein, which is quite conserved between Plasmodium species, comprises an ectoplasmic region, a single transmembrane segment and a small cytoplasmic domain. The ectoplasmic region, which can induce protective immunity in animal models of human malaria, is a leading vaccine candidate that has entered clinical trials. The monoclonal antibody F8.12.19, raised against the recombinant ectoplasmic region of AMA1 from Plasmodium vivax, cross-reacts with homologues from Plasmodium knowlesi, Plasmodium cynomolgi, Plasmodium berghei and Plasmodium falciparum, as shown by immunofluorescence assays on mature schizonts. The binding of F8.12.19 to recombinant AMA1 from both P. vivax and P. falciparum was measured by surface plasmon resonance, revealing an apparent affinity constant that is about 100-fold weaker for the cross-reacting antigen when compared to the cognate antigen. Crystal structure analysis of Fab F8.12.19 complexed to AMA1 from P. vivax and P. falciparum shows that the monoclonal antibody recognises a discontinuous epitope located on domain III of the ectoplasmic region, the major component being a loop containing a cystine knot. The structures provide a basis for understanding the cross-reactivity. Antibody contacts are made mainly to main-chain and invariant side-chain atoms of AMA1; contact antigen residues that differ in sequence are located at the periphery of the antigen-binding site and can be accommodated at the interface between the two components of the complex. The implications for AMA1 vaccine development are discussed.", "author": ["Vulliez-Le Normand Brigitte", "Faure Grazyna", "Thomas Alan W", "Kocken Clemens H.M.", "Bentley Graham A.", "Bentley Graham A", "Igonet Sébastien", "Kocken Clemens H M", "Thomas Alan W.", "Riottot Marie-Madeleine"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.jmb.2006.12.028"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "17229439"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::beff52663f22f98a58c0d1e8f5250692", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Cross-reactivity Studies of an Anti-Plasmodium vivax Apical Membrane Antigen 1 Monoclonal Antibody: Binding and Structural Characterisation\""], "relatedDatasets": 3}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Wiley-Blackwell"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "RCSB", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010327"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "RCSB", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010327::8e2afff48605c614df4b8e007f1a16b1", "id": {"identifier": "3cae", "schema": "pdb"}}], "abstract": "Numerous human disorders are associated with the formation of protein fibrils. The fibril-forming capacity of a protein has been found in recent studies to be determined by a short segment of residues that forms a dual β-sheet, called a steric zipper, in the spine of the fibril. The question arises as to whether a fibril-forming segment, when inserted within the sequence of a globular protein, will invariably cause the protein to form fibrils. Here we investigate this question by inserting the known fibril-forming segment NNQQNY into the globular enzyme, T7 endonuclease I. From earlier studies, we know that in its fibril form, NNQQNY is in an extended conformation. We first found that the inserted NNQQNY stimulates fibril formation of T7 endonuclease I in solution. Thus NNQQNY within T7 endonuclease I can exist in an extended conformation, capable of forming the steric zipper in the core of a fibril. We also found that T7 endonuclease I folds into a decamer that does not form fibrils. We determined the structure of the decamer by X-ray crystallography, finding an unusual oligomer without point group symmetry, and finding that the NNQQNY segments within the decamer adopt two twisted conformations, neither is apparently able to fibrillize. We conclude that twisting of fibril forming sequences from the fully extended conformation, imposed by the context of their placement in proteins, can interfere with fibril formation.", "author": ["Guo Zhefeng", "Eisenberg David"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1110/ps.036368.108"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::bfce0851aed245eab5794daeb06a4dea", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"The structure of a fibril-forming sequence, NNQQNY, in the context of a globular fold\""], "relatedDatasets": 1}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Wiley-Blackwell"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::1e6bd738b43fb7d2baa777643f3de550", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc6prf1", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "Abstract#R##N##R##N#This paper reports on several new optically active organometallic [60]fullerene complexes that contain a chiral (+)-DIOP or (−)-DIOP ligand [DIOP = 2,3-O,O′-isopropylidene-2,3-dihydroxy-1,4-bis(diphenylphosphanyl)butane]. The Mo/W complexes mer-[(η2-C60)M(CO)3{(−)-DIOP}] (1, M = Mo; 2, M = W) and mer-[(η2-C60)M(CO)3{(+)-DIOP}] (3, M = Mo; 4, M = W) were synthesized by a photochemical reaction of a mixture of [M(CO)6], (−)-DIOP or (+)-DIOP and C60 in chlorobenzene in 42−51% yields, whereas the Pd/Pt complexes [(η2-C60)M{(−)-DIOP}] (5, M = Pd; 6, M = Pt) were prepared by a thermal reaction of C60 with [M(PPh3)4], followed by in situ treatment of the intermediate [(η2-C60)M(PPh3)2] with (−)-DIOP, in toluene in > 90% yields. All the new complexes 1−6 were fully characterized by elemental analysis, 1H (31P, 13C) NMR, IR, UV/Vis and circular dichroism (CD) spectroscopy. The structure of [(η2-C60)Pt{(−)-DIOP}] (6) was further confirmed by X-ray diffraction techniques. The electrochemical properties of complexes 1, 2, 5 and 6 were studied in dichloromethane solution. Complexes 1 and 2 display the reversible, four-membered, one-electron reduction sequence typical of fullerene ligands, as well as the reversible (in the cyclic voltammetric time scale) one-electron oxidation of the outer metal fragment. Complexes 5 and 6 are less stable to the same electron transfer processes. EPR measurements suggest that in the different electrogenerated monoanions, the added electrons enter the LUMO orbitals partially contributed by the metal fragment. In addition, they confirm that the instability of the reduction intermediates is due to the release of free C60. (© Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, 69451 Weinheim, Germany, 2003)", "author": ["Laschi Franco", "Liu Peng-Chong", "Liu Jin-Ting", "Song Li-Cheng", "Zanello Piero", "Su Fu-Hai", "Wang Guang-Feng", "Hu Qing-Mei", "Fontani Marco"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1002/ejic.200300106"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::f61bd8dbef1eabb1abb23f08c22eebbe", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Synthesis, Characterization and Electrochemical Properties of Optically Active 60Fullerene Organotransition Metal Complexesmer-(η2-C60)M(CO)3{(−)-DIOP} (M = Mo, W),mer-(η2-C60)M(CO)3{(+)-DIOP} (M = Mo, W) and (η2-C60)M{(−)-DIOP} (M = Pd, Pt)− Crystal Structure of (η2-C60)Pt{(−)-DIOP}\""], "relatedDatasets": 1}
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Each sample was directly collected from the rectum of the animal and identified with the ear tag number. Animals were sampled three times, at 5, 15 and 22 weeks of age. After DNA extraction from stool samples, nested PCR was performed to amplify partial 18S-rDNA and 60 kDa glycoprotein genes of Cryptosporidium. The parasite was detected on all farms. One hundred out of 142 calves (70.4%) were found to be parasitized by Cryptosporidium. Amplified fragments were sequenced for Cryptosporidium species identification and revealed the presence of C. parvum (43.8%), C. ryanae (28.5%), and C. bovis (27%). One animal was infected with Cryptosporidium ubiquitum. The prevalence of these species was related to the age of the animal. C. parvum caused 86.7% of Cryptosporidium infections in 5-week-old calves but only 1.7% in 15-week-old animals. The analysis of the results showed that animals could be infected successively by C. parvum, C. ryanae, and C. bovis for the study period. 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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Biochimica et biophysica acta"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Elsevier", "datasourceId": "dli_________::elsevier"}], "relatedUnknown": 1, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::df6908d8d2fafd547b63d72b4d6e42b3", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "RCSB", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::eef355c4073376a3a3b3b9ad2edeef87", "id": {"identifier": "2w12", "schema": "pdb"}}, {"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "NCBI Nucleotide", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::280a08d60b74e05df9402ab0f92a9ad7", "id": {"identifier": "ef442045.1", "schema": "ncbi-n"}}, {"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "RCSB", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::e3f10ee76866086a9ff3607236c439a2", "id": {"identifier": "3k7n", "schema": "pdb"}}, {"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "NCBI Nucleotide", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::141294298cebb6a663601e58ea8dde0f", "id": {"identifier": "ef442046.1", "schema": "ncbi-n"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::55a1805164b098aa8aad7730b4c1d5ba", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "BACKGROUND: The venoms of several scorpion species have long been associated with pancreatitis in animal models and humans. Antarease, a Zn-metalloprotease from Tityus serrulatus, is able to penetrate intact pancreatic tissue and disrupts the normal vesicular traffic necessary for secretion, so it could play a relevant role in the onset of acute pancreatitis. METHODS: The cDNA libraries from five different scorpion species were screened for antarease homologs with specific primers. The amplified PCR products were cloned and sequenced. A structural model was constructed to assess the functionality of the putative metalloproteases. A phylogenetic analysis was performed to identify clustering patterns of these venom components. RESULTS: Antarease-like sequences were amplified from all the screened cDNA libraries. The complete sequence of the antarease from T. serrulatus was obtained. The structural model of the putative antarease from Tityus trivittatus shows that it may adopt a catalytically active conformation, sharing relevant structural elements with previously reported metalloproteases of the ADAM family. The phylogenetic analysis reveals that the reported sequences cluster in groups that correlate with the geographical localization of the respective species. CONCLUSIONS: Antareases are ubiquitous to a broad range of scorpion species, where they could be catalytically active enzymes. These molecules can be used to describe the evolution of scorpion venoms under different ecogeographic constrains. GENERAL SIGNIFICANCE: For the first time the complete sequence of the antareases is reported. It is demonstrated that antareases are common in the venom of different scorpion species. They are now proposed as targets for antivenom therapies.", "author": ["Schwartz Elisabeth Ferroni", "Rendón-Anaya Martha", "Possani Lourival Domingos", "Ortiz Ernesto", "Rego Solange Cristina"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.bbagen.2013.12.012"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "24361608"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::27b71858ebcee2ec470377488079116b", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2014"], "title": ["Antarease-like Zn-metalloproteases are ubiquitous in the venom of different scorpion genera"], "relatedDatasets": 8}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Wiley-Blackwell"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::6736a77d0b1dfacf2e5b377b64be63b0", "id": {"identifier": "10.5061/dryad.p1r40", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "references", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::6736a77d0b1dfacf2e5b377b64be63b0", "id": {"identifier": "10.5061/dryad.p1r40", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "Summary 1. Neonate survival is a key life history trait, yet remains challenging to measure in wild populations because neonates can be difficult to capture at birth. Estimates of survival from neonates that are opportunistically captured might be inaccurate because some individuals die before sampling, resulting in data that are left truncated. The resulting overestimation of survival rates can further affect ecological inference through biased estimates of covariate effects in survival models, yet is not addressed in most studies of animal survival. Here, we quantify the effects of left truncation on survival estimates and subsequent ecological inference. 2. Vaginal implant transmitters (VITs) enable capture of ungulates at birth, yielding data without left truncation. The effects of left truncation on survival estimation were quantified using age-dependent survival models for VIT and opportunistically captured neonatal deer. Differences in daily survival rates (DSRs) and cumulative survival probability were calculated for the first 70 days of life. In addition, left truncation was simulated by removing fawns that died during the first 1 or 2 days of life from the VIT-caught sample, isolating the effect of left truncation. 3. Cumulative probability of survival during the first 70 days of life was overestimated by 7–23% for fawns caught opportunistically compared with those caught by VIT, depending on model design. Differences in DSRs were large at age 1 day, but had converged by age 30 days. Simulated left truncation resulted in overestimates of survival of up to 31%. Model selection and covariate coefficients were strongly affected by left truncation, producing spurious ecological inference, including changes to sign and/or magnitude of inferred effects of all covariates. 4. We recommend (i) every effort be made to capture neonates; (ii) consistent capture methods, using at least in part non-truncating techniques, be implemented across years and study areas; and (iii) exclusion of left-truncated data from survival estimates until DSRs converge with those calculated from non-truncated data. This work emphasizes the importance of accounting for left truncation in survival estimation for any species with strong age-dependent survival in order to prevent biased conclusions produced by sampling method rather than true ecological effects.", "author": ["Person David K.", "Lindberg Mark S.", "Gilbert Sophie L.", "Hundertmark Kris J."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1111/2041-210x.12234"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::ac3a7e434b822532c507c119bb0dedb0", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Dead before detection: addressing the effects of left truncation on survival estimation and ecological inference for neonates\""], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Journal of bacteriology"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "pubmed______"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::bd492f72ca9456b0dd1c92eea1a8a7cf", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::7c8df76ac65bd2629260acd57ecd4792", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::e36c1220ac2fc603962c87ab440b7e2b", "id": {"identifier": "ay312509", "schema": "ena"}}], "abstract": "None: Analysis of two exopolysaccharide-deficient mutants of Rhizobium leguminosarum, RBL5808 and RBL5812, revealed independent Tn5 transposon integrations in a single gene, designated exo5. As judged from structural and functional homology, this gene encodes a UDP-glucose dehydrogenase responsible for the oxidation of UDP-glucose to UDP-glucuronic acid. A mutation in exo5 affects all glucuronic acid-containing polysaccharides and, consequently, all galacturonic acid-containing polysaccharides. Exo5-deficient rhizobia do not produce extracellular polysaccharide (EPS) or capsular polysaccharide (CPS), both of which contain glucuronic acid. Carbohydrate composition analysis and nuclear magnetic resonance studies demonstrated that EPS and CPS from the parent strain have very similar structures. Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) molecules produced by the mutant strains are deficient in galacturonic acid, which is normally present in the core and lipid A portions of the LPS. The sensitivity of exo5 mutant rhizobia to hydrophobic compounds shows the involvement of the galacturonic acid residues in the outer membrane structure. Nodulation studies with Vicia sativa subsp. nigra showed that exo5 mutant rhizobia are impaired in successful infection thread colonization. This is caused by strong agglutination of EPS-deficient bacteria in the root hair curl. Root infection could be restored by simultaneous inoculation with a Nod factor-defective strain which retained the ability to produce EPS and CPS. However, in this case colonization of the nodule tissue was impaired.", "author": ["Van Brussel Anton A N", "Logman, Trudy J.", "Mu-Yun Gao", "Carlson Russell W", "Laus, Marc C.", "Laus Marc C", "Carlson, Russell W.", "Brussel, Anton A. N.", "Kijne Jan W", "Azadi Parastoo", "Parastoo Azadi", "Logman Trudy J", "Gao Mu-Yun", "Kijne, Jan W."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "15375143"}, {"type": "pmid", "id": "15375143"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::bddb75b5ef0f071d79ce1091f4e45ee7", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2004-10-01"], "title": ["Involvement of exo5 in production of surface polysaccharides in Rhizobium leguminosarum and its role in nodulation of Vicia sativa subsp. nigra."], "relatedDatasets": 3}
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The compounds also utilize carboxylates and 6-chloro-2-pyridonate (chp) as co-ligands. The majority of the compounds are decametallic: [Co10(chp)12(O3PPh)2(O2CPh)4(H2O)4], [Co10(chp)12(O3PPh)2(O2CtBu)4(H2O)4], [Co10(chp)12(O3PPh)2(O2CPhtBu)4(H2O)4], [Co10(chp)6(O3PCH2Ph)2(O2CPh)8(F)2 (H2O)2(EtOAc)2], [Co10(chp)8(O3PCH2Ph)2(O2CPh)8(F)2(MeCN)2](HNEt3)2, [Co10(chp)6(O3PCH2Ph)2(O2CtBu)8(F)2(H2O)2(MeCOMe)2], [Co10(chp)6(O3PMe)2 (O2CtBu)8(F)2(MeCN)4], [Co10(chp)6(O3PEt)2(O2CPh)8(F)2(MeCN)4], [Co10(chp)6(O3POct)2(O2CPh)8(F)2(MeCN)4], [Co10(chp)8(Hchp)2(O3PCH2Nap) (O2CPh)7(OH)3(H2O)], [Co10(chp)12(O3PPh)2(O2CPh-2-Ph)4(H2O)4] and [Co10(chp)12(O3PMe)2(O2CPh-2-Ph)4(H2O)4]. Two nine-metal cages and one hexametallic cage are also reported: [Co9(chp)9(O3PtBu)(O2CtBu)6(OH)], [Co9(chp)7(O3PCH2Ph)2(O3PCH2Ph)(O2CCPh3)5(OH)(H2O)2(MeCN)] and [Co6(chp)6(Hchp)2(O3PtBu)(O2CPh-2-Ph)3(F)(H2O)](HNEt3)(Cl). Magnetic studies show predominantly anti-ferromagnetic exchange interactions between the cobalt(II) sites, with diamagnetic ground states for most of the compounds studied.", "author": ["Winpenny Richard E. P.", "Teat Simon J.", "Langley Stuart K.", "Helliwell Madeleine"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1039/c2dt31612a"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::cf0edf002d758ddf5e28d85cf7d06eb7", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Synthesis and characterisation of cobalt(ii) phosphonate cage complexes utilizing carboxylates and pyridonates as co-ligands\""], "relatedDatasets": 15}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["BMJ"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::ae1752047cf5ac30a7707663ab98e3ad", "id": {"identifier": "10.5061/dryad.52mt5", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "references", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::ae1752047cf5ac30a7707663ab98e3ad", "id": {"identifier": "10.5061/dryad.52mt5", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "Objective To assess the effectiveness of dietary counselling and complementary food supplements on anaemia and stunting prevalence in children aged 6–23 months.#N##N#Design A controlled intervention study with measurements of height and haemoglobin levels, and cross-sectional surveys in August 2012 (baseline), 2013 (mid-term) and 2014 (end-line).#N##N#Setting One intervention county and one control county in rural Qinghai Province, China.#N##N#Intervention Complementary food supplements (containing protein, fat, carbohydrate, vitamin A, B1, B2, B12, D3, folic acid, iron, zinc and calcium) and complementary feeding counselling were given in the intervention county.#N##N#Participants Caregivers and their children aged 6–23 months.#N##N#Primary and secondary outcome measures Effect of the interventions on the prevalence of anaemia (haemoglobin <110 g/L) and stunting (z-score of height-for-age <−2.0) (controlled for differences between the counties), and on infant feeding practices.#N##N#Results The surveys were conducted on 1804, 2187 and 2186 children aged 6–23 months in the intervention county in August 2012, 2013 and 2014, respectively, and 804, 680 and 790 children in the control county, respectively. Between the baseline and end-line surveys, anaemia prevalence decreased more in the intervention county than in the control county (71.1% to 47.8% vs 86.3% to 75.3%, respectively; p<0.0001). There was no difference in the decrease in stunting prevalence between the counties (9.7% to 7.1% vs 17.0% to 15.0%; p=0.7954). The proportions of children given iron-rich or iron-fortified food, introduced to (semi-) solid food at 6–8 months, and given food with minimum dietary diversity increased from 43.2% to 88.8% (p<0.0001), 81.4% to 96% (p=0.0470) and 53.0% to 59.8% (p<0.0001), respectively in the intervention county.#N##N#Conclusions We found much higher anaemia prevalence in poor rural areas of Qinghai Province compared with the national data. Community-based complementary food supplements combined with dietary counselling can improve feeding practices and reduce anaemia prevalence. Future studies should use longer follow-up to assess the effects on stunting.#N##N#Strengths and limitations We included a large number of participants and assessed a combined complementary food supplements and dietary counselling intervention in a poor rural area in China with high anaemia prevalence. Although the study took place in only one intervention county and one control county, we conducted an analysis that controlled for differences between the two counties. Also, although we made significant efforts to train village doctors, their education was not systematically assessed after training and thus their delivery of the interventions may have been variable.#N##N#Trial registration number [ChiCTRPRC12002444][1]; Pre-results.#N##N# [1]:", "author": ["Zhang Yanfeng", "Chen Li", "Chang Suying", "Xing Min", "Scherpbier Robert W.", "Wang Wei", "van Velthoven Michelle Helena", "Wu Qiong", "Han Huijun"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1136/bmjopen-2016-011234"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::59e44bcbe575ddd3739d6accc022abb2", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Effectiveness of complementary food supplements and dietary counselling on anaemia and stunting in children aged 6–23 months in poor areas of Qinghai Province, China: a controlled interventional study\""], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["FEMS microbiology letters"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::64f7446797da949ecb7e39c7a38510d6", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: The insertion sequence ISRm8 was identified by sequence analysis of the cryptic plasmid pRmeGR4b of Sinorhizobium meliloti GR4. ISRm8 is 1451 bp in length and carries 22/24-bp terminal imperfect inverted repeats with seven mismatches and a direct target site duplication of 3 bp. ISRm8 carries a unique open reading frame whose putative protein showed significant similarity to the insertion sequences IS1357 and IS1452, isolated from Methylobacterium sp. and Acetobacter pasteurianus, respectively. Two copies of this IS element were found in strain GR4; one of them is linked to plasmid pRmeGR4b, whereas the other is localized out of the non-pSym plasmids. In S. meliloti field populations ISRm8 shows a limited distribution (50% of the strains tested carry the IS element), with a copy number ranging from 1 to 6.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "9453160"}], "author": ["Zekri S", "Toro N"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::16504809e76327bc274058530ef0f4cd", "title": ["A new insertion sequence from Sinorhizobium meliloti with homology to IS1357 from Methylobacterium sp. and IS1452 from Acetobacter pasteurianus."], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Elsevier BV"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::480c9e0b50f2954bdbd8263231ebfdbe", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc12xrsj", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::f415cb8cd13a9a30fb983522677303f8", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc12xrqg", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::18b2b103b4edcabf6af0431eda3363da", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc12xrrh", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "Three silver coordination polymers, [Ag 2 (L)](NO 3 ) 2 (H 2 O) 2  ( 1 ), [Ag(L)](PF 6 ) ( 2 ), and [Ag 2 I 2 L](CH 2 Cl 2 ) ( 3 ), were prepared from AgX (X = NO 3  − , PF 6  − , I − ) and a tetrakis(pyridine)-type linking ligand (L = 1,1,2,2-tetrakis(4-(pyridin-3-yl)phenyl)ethane). Polymers  1  and  2  are homoleptic coordination polymers, whereas polymer  3  is a mixed polymer. Polymer  3  exhibits a rather reversible desorption–resorption behavior of the guest CH 2 Cl 2  molecules. Solid-state photoluminescence spectra of all polymers appear to display ligand-based fluorescence. Compared with the free ligand, polymer  1  exhibits a red shift, whereas polymers  2  and  3  exhibit a blue shift. The final structures and emission properties of the polymers may be attributed to the distinct coordination modes of the ligand and the anion in the starting silver compound.", "author": ["Lee Gang Min", "Lee Soon W."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.poly.2014.11.024"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::c12b990aaddddd37f84b0f37aeebd69a", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Silver-tetrapyridyl coordination polymers: Ag2(L)(NO3)2(H2O)2, Ag(L)(PF6), and Ag2I2L(CH2Cl2) {L=1,1,2,2-tetrakis(4-(pyridin-3-yl)phenyl)ethene}\""], "relatedDatasets": 3}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["American Chemical Society (ACS)"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::1e105e4f94d9e3dfe260732254999189", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/ccxnzj1", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "A total synthesis of both diastereomers of the originally proposed structure for streptophenazine A (1) has been achieved. However, both synthetic compounds are different from the natural product. Re-examination of NMR data reported for streptophenazine A and a concise total synthesis of both diastereomers of 17 (17a and 17b) led to the structural revision of streptophenazine A to 17b. Asymmetric synthesis of (−)-streptophenazine A was also conducted, and its absolute configuration was determined to be 1′S,2′R.", "author": ["Guaciaro Michael", "Mocek Ursula", "Yang Zhicai", "Morley Tim", "Molino Bruce F.", "Reategui Ricardo", "Jin Xiaomin", "Rhea Joshua"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1021/ol202005u"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::f9874d4f73fa0f94f6a1534bc0b2bc2b", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"The Revised Structure, Total Synthesis, and Absolute Configuration of Streptophenazine A\""], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Molecular biology of the cell"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "pubmed______"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::6effe6d41770ea0bd101b62b8b6c9e14", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::64878396a327ea9edbd299828932b5cd", "id": {"identifier": "m76585", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::f2dbc8da0003250c2cd22325b36a4030", "id": {"identifier": "l01038", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::f5eefbc74ae36b0d0b1b76360f25e4c1", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Mitogen-activated protein (MAP) kinases are pivotal components of eukaryotic signaling cascades. Phosphorylation of tyrosine and threonine residues activates MAP kinases, but either dual-specificity or monospecificity phosphatases can inactivate them. The Candida albicans CPP1 gene, a structural member of the VH1 family of dual- specificity phosphatases, was previously cloned by its ability to block the pheromone response MAP kinase cascade in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Cpp1p inactivated mammalian MAP kinases in vitro and acted as a tyrosine-specific enzyme. In C. albicans a MAP kinase cascade can trigger the transition from the budding yeast form to a more invasive filamentous form. Disruption of the CPP1 gene in C. albicans derepressed the yeast to hyphal transition at ambient temperatures, on solid surfaces. A hyphal growth rate defect under physiological conditions in vitro was also observed and could explain a reduction in virulence associated with reduced fungal burden in the kidneys seen in a systemic mouse model. A hyper-hyphal pathway may thus have some detrimental effects on C. albicans cells. Disruption of the MAP kinase homologue CEK1 suppressed the morphological effects of the CPP1 disruption in C. albicans. The results presented here demonstrate the biological importance of a tyrosine phosphatase in cell-fate decisions and virulence in C. albicans.", "author": ["Röllinghoff, M.", "Meloche S", "Dignard, D.", "Dignard D", "Schröppel, K.", "Makris C", "Röllinghoff M", "Whiteway, M.", "Whiteway M", "Csank, C.", "Dy, Thomas", "Csank C", "Makris, C.", "Schröppel K", "Thomas D Y", "Meloche, S."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "9398674"}, {"type": "pmid", "id": "9398674"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::b82eb64683abb181759fabdb18e38917", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["1997-12-01"], "title": ["Derepressed hyphal growth and reduced virulence in a VH1 family-related protein phosphatase mutant of the human pathogen Candida albicans."], "relatedDatasets": 4}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Elsevier BV"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::51f789d286605efa502826e1e4ce3094", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cct4w3x", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::add4a00687a12040eb8249b9b2445bc8", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cct4w4y", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "abstract The synthesis and anticonvulsant properties of new N-Mannich bases of [7,8-f]benzo-2-aza-spiro[4.5]decane-1,3-diones (5a–h) and [7,8-f]benzo-1,3-diaza-spiro[4.5]decane-2,4-diones (7a–h) weredescribed. Initial anticonvulsant screening was performed using intraperitoneal (ip) maximal electro-shock (MES) and subcutaneous pentylenetetrazole (scPTZ) seizures tests. The neurotoxicity was deter-mined applying the rotarod test. The majority of compounds were effective in the MES or/and scPTZscreen. The quantitative studies showed that several molecules were more potent than phenytoin, usedas reference drug. Selected derivatives were screened in the 6-Hz test and also assessed for potentialactivity against nerve agents using the Pilocarpine Induced Status Prevention model. To explain the pos-sible mechanism of anticonvulsant action, for chosen active derivatives, theirinfluence on voltage-depen-dent Na + channel were tested in vitro. 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. 1. IntroductionThe past decades have demonstrated many attempts to identifythe structural features of compounds crucial for anticonvulsantactivity. It’s well documented that one of the important corefragments of anticonvulsants is defined by nitrogen heteroatomicsystem, usually a cyclic imide, at least of one carbonyl group andphenyl or alkyl groups attached to the heterocyclic system.", "author": ["Szczesio Małgorzata", "Obniska Jolanta", "Pawłowski Maciej", "Kamiński Krzysztof", "Byrtus Hanna", "Karolak-Wojciechowska Janina"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.bmc.2010.06.064"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::55c42d627a0130dcf15d05829dcec3ff", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Design, synthesis, and anticonvulsant activity of new N-Mannich bases derived from spirosuccinimides and spirohydantoins\""], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Springer Nature"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "cites", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::5599fbd70b8f8828bcb7bdedeb627b35", "id": {"identifier": "10.17882/42182", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "", "author": ["Faure Vincent", "Kawai Yoshimi"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1007/s10872-015-0318-0"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::c9aab2317bfb93e136f7021d8b689c1a", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["Heat and salt budgets of the mixed layer around the Subarctic Front of the North Pacific Ocean"], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::5fed73c961e9c8145861ca1d47f91bca", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cczgcqh", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::9204b86c12f60b9182ce386156bcbfb3", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cczgctl", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::5f91bfa3bcd3a5d10217507bd5905110", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cczgcpg", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::c1f564a0577f7f8bd23edb1f1c6d11b5", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cczgcsk", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::82b92f35dcc777baa112704d1be40738", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cczgcrj", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "Five novel compounds {[Cu(CMA)]·0.8H2O}n (1), {[Cu(CMA)(bpy)0.5]·0.5DMF}n (2), {[Cu(CMA)(bpy)(H2O)]·0.5H2O}n (3), {[Cu2(CMA)(DPA)(bpy)2(H2O)]ClO4}n (4) and {[Cu3(CMA)(DPA)(bpy)4(OH)](ClO4)2·3H2O)}n (5) (H2CMA = 3-(carboxymethoxy)-5-methylbenzoic acid, HDPA = 2-(3,5-dimethylphenoxy)acetic acid, bpy = 4,4′-bipyridine) were synthesized and characterized by single crystal X-ray diffraction. Interestingly, the kinds of ligands included in these compounds are different: 1 contains single-ligand CMA2−; 2 and 3 comprise two kinds of ligands (CMA2− and bpy); 4 and 5 cover three kinds of ligands (CMA2−, DPA− and bpy). Structural analyses reveal that 1–3, and 5 are three-dimensional (3D) frameworks, while 4 is a 2D layer. Noteworthily, 1 possesses two types of channels: six-star and hexagonal ones. 3 displays a three-fold interpenetrating 3D framework. The structural diversity of the compounds may have originated from different anions, solvents and temperatures. Variable-temperature magnetic susceptibility measurements were carried out on compounds 1, 2 and 4, and the magnetic properties are dramatically different due to the structural diversities. The magnetic data of 1 shows an antiferromagnetic interaction with J = −54.84 cm−1 estimated from the Bonner–Fisher model. The magnetic data of 2 was least-square fitted to the Blenaey–Bowers equation with J = −131.01 cm−1, indicating the existence of a strong antiferromagnetic interaction between two adjacent Cu2+. The magnetic data of linear tetranuclear structure 4 was best fitted to the expression derived from the Hamiltonian H = −2(2J1S1S2 + J2S1S1*). The best fitting parameters are J1 = −17.48 cm−1 and J2 = −65.26 cm−1, which also indicate an antiferromagnetic interaction. Simultaneously, the magneto-structural relationship was discussed.", "author": ["Shi Peng-Fei", "Zhao Bin", "Shen Bo", "Wan Fan-Fan", "Hou Yin-Ling", "Gao Dong-Liang"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1039/c2dt32515b"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::d99da6b1723df126466834ccd7dcc9f7", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Structural diversity and magnetic properties of five copper–organic frameworks containing one-, two-, and three-types of organic ligands\""], "relatedDatasets": 5}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Acta tropica"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::cef534109c1dbd4cbee4e2be40fe04f6", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: We have sequenced single kinetoplast DNA minicircles from three species and part of a minicircle from the fourth major species within the Leishmania braziliensis complex. Alignment of these sequences with each other and with those of other kinetoplastids allowed the selection of a pair of oligonucleotides suitable as primers in a polymerase chain reaction which is highly specific for the Leishmania braziliensis complex. The reaction is capable of detecting less than one femtogramme of kinetoplast DNA. It has been tested with crude specimens from South American leishmaniasis patients, potential wild animal reservoirs and sandfly vectors. The tests indicate that these primers are suitable for diagnosis of leishmaniasis and potentially useful in epidemiological surveys.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "1359760"}], "author": ["Barker D C", "de Bruijn M H"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::499d89f9bf45ed84b49cb1fae678e118", "title": ["Diagnosis of New World leishmaniasis: specific detection of species of the Leishmania braziliensis complex by amplification of kinetoplast DNA."], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Elsevier BV"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "RCSB", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010327"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "RCSB", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::cf692754feadf553aa30cc6898974db7", "id": {"identifier": "2vda", "schema": "pdb"}}], "abstract": "SUMMARY Recognition of signal sequences by cognate receptors controls the entry of virtually all proteins to export pathways. Despite its importance, this process remains poorly understood. Here, we present the solution structure of a signal peptide bound to SecA, the 204 kDa ATPase motor of the Sec translocase. Upon encounter, the signal peptide forms an a-helix that inserts into a flexible and elongated groove in SecA. The mode of binding is bimodal, with both hydrophobic and electrostatic interactions mediating recognition. The same groove is used by SecA to recognize a diverse set of signal sequences. Impairment of the signal-peptide binding to SecA results in significant translocation defects. The C-terminal tail of SecA occludes the groove and inhibits signal-peptide binding, but autoinhibition is relieved by the SecB chaperone. Finally, it is shown that SecA interconverts between two conformations in solution, suggesting a simple mechanism for polypeptide translocation.", "author": ["Keramisanou Dimitra", "Karamanou Spyridoula", "Economou Anastassios", "Bonvin Alexandre M.J.J.", "Kalodimos Charalampos G.", "Koukaki Marina", "Gelis Ioannis", "Gouridis Giorgos"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.cell.2007.09.039"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::17e3a6fd6dd139fc1bcfbd08efdda51a", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Structural Basis for Signal-Sequence Recognition by the Translocase Motor SecA as Determined by NMR\""], "relatedDatasets": 1}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Molecular and cellular endocrinology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::0b7bd58bd43bdb2179e46e411700940d", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::ec91db133a86b1b6db6d9d897324a826", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::d9ce75f9522c48e62f889dfc74307a33", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::cec6564f11371cabec50c378892d479a", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::3f555ca3f24c909ca12daeb6e69cda53", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: We have isolated a bovine prolactin (bPRL) receptor cDNA from an endometrial cDNA library, which predicts a 557 amino acid transmembrane protein similar to the long forms of other characterized prolactin receptors. The predicted cytoplasmic domain is slightly truncated primarily by a stop codon located 36 codons 5' from the stop utilized in the human hepatic transcript. When expressed in COS cells, this cDNA was shown to encode a protein which bound bovine placental lactogen (bPL) and bPRL with nearly equal affinity (KD for bPL, 2.03 x 10(-10) M; bPRL, 3.07 x 10(-10) M). Northern analysis demonstrated multiple transcripts, with maternal liver, corpus luteum, intestine, endometrium and fetal liver containing a major transcript of about 3.8 kb, and maternal corpus luteum and endometrium, a second sized transcript of apparently equal abundance of 4.4 kb. This difference did not appear to be within the coding region. Primer extension analysis of maternal hepatic and endometrial transcripts revealed considerable heterogeneity. Examination of the distribution of prolactin and growth hormone receptor transcripts at mid-pregnancy by semi-quantitative reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction showed that both are widespread in bovine fetal and placental tissues. This isolation of bovine prolactin receptor cDNA, and description of receptor distribution will facilitate study of the action of the placental and pituitary members of this gene family during pregnancy.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "1338725"}], "author": ["Kessler M A", "Scott P", "Schuler L A"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::de70d52a77edabd527ecbf40ed706dae", "title": ["Molecular cloning of the bovine prolactin receptor and distribution of prolactin and growth hormone receptor transcripts in fetal and utero-placental tissues."], "relatedDatasets": 5}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Journal of virology"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "pubmed______"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::77142bd0dd8ac7845454a9239efc18c1", "id": {"identifier": "z97730", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::1a8649175cec8adb92a9bad05e0c5b49", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::17777cda3cce45fe665c9e8b03fd30be", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: The NS5B protein of the hepatitis C virus (HCV) is an RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) (S.-E. Behrens, L. Tomei, and R. De Francesco, EMBO J. 15:12-22, 1996) that is assumed to be required for replication of the viral genome. To further study the biochemical and structural properties of this enzyme, an NS5B-hexahistidine fusion protein was expressed with recombinant baculoviruses in insect cells and purified to near homogeneity. The enzyme was found to have a primer-dependent RdRp activity that was able to copy a complete in vitro-transcribed HCV genome in the absence of additional viral or cellular factors. Filter binding assays and competition experiments showed that the purified enzyme binds RNA with no clear preference for HCV 3'-end sequences. Binding to homopolymeric RNAs was also examined, and the following order of specificity was observed: poly(U) > poly(G) > poly(A) > poly(C). An inverse order was found for the RdRp activity, which used poly(C) most efficiently as a template but was inactive on poly(U) and poly(G), suggesting that a high binding affinity between polymerase and template interferes with processivity. By using a mutational analysis, four amino acid sequence motifs crucial for RdRp activity were identified. While most substitutions of conserved residues within these motifs severely reduced the enzymatic activities, a single substitution in motif D which enhanced the RdRp activity by about 50% was found. Deletion studies indicate that amino acid residues at the very termini, in particular the amino terminus, are important for RdRp activity but not for RNA binding. Finally, we found a terminal transferase activity associated with the purified enzyme. However, this activity was also detected with NS5B proteins with an inactive RdRp, with an NS4B protein purified in the same way, and with wild-type baculovirus, suggesting that it is not an inherent activity of NS5B.", "author": ["Körner F", "Herian U", "Bartenschlager, R.", "Körner, F.", "Lohmann V", "Herian, U.", "Lohmann, V.", "Bartenschlager R"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pmid", "id": "9343198"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "9343198"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::714157fa2d83c99e1b6df83b0c2819ae", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["1997-11-01"], "title": ["Biochemical properties of hepatitis C virus NS5B RNA-dependent RNA polymerase and identification of amino acid sequence motifs essential for enzymatic activity."], "relatedDatasets": 3}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Animal genetics"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::c2ef5266a872f9d85c214a6fb42072fa", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Ten (TG)n positive clones, isolated from an equine genomic library and sequenced, contained 12-19 uninterrupted TG repeats. Primers for polymerase chain reaction (PCR) were synthesized and nine of these (TG)n loci (HTG7-15) were successfully amplified and utilized in this study together with five previously reported equine microsatellite loci (HTG2-6). The PCR products were analysed by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis followed by automated laser fluorescence detection or autoradiography. All microsatellites showed polymorphism and stable Mendelian inheritance. Differences in microsatellite variability between horse breeds were detected. A linkage analysis comprising HTG2-15, one coat colour gene and 16 genetic blood markers enabled addition of HTG2 to linkage group U2 and a new linkage group (U6) was established comprising the loci HTG7 and HTG12. Close linkage was excluded within a set of eight microsatellites. The estimated probability of exclusion in four breeds for a parentage test based on these eight loci varied between 0.96 and 0.99.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "8161016"}], "author": ["Eriksson S", "Andersson L", "Marklund S", "Sandberg K", "Ellegren H"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::7454c4d3e681018ad0ebea7d56a56afe", "title": ["Parentage testing and linkage analysis in the horse using a set of highly polymorphic microsatellites."], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Carcinogenesis"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::128408de790a10408707299c468231e8", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::e4e54f4a3e0cb61a463f1db485021a1d", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: The aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) aldehyde metabolite of AFB1 may contribute to the cytotoxicity of this hepatocarcinogen via protein adduction. Aflatoxin B1 aldehyde reductases, specifically the NADPH-dependent aldo-keto reductases of rat (AKR7A1) and human (AKR7A2), are known to metabolize the AFB1 dihydrodiol by forming AFB1 dialcohol. Using a rat AKR7A1 cDNA, we isolated and characterized a distinct aldo-keto reductase (AKR7A3) from an adult human liver cDNA library. The deduced amino acid sequence of AKR7A3 shares 80 and 88% identity with rat AKR7A1 and human AKR7A2, respectively. Recombinant rat AKR7A1 and human AKR7A3 were expressed and purified from Escherichia coli as hexa-histidine tagged fusion proteins. These proteins catalyzed the reduction of several model carbonyl-containing substrates. The NADPH-dependent formation of AFB1 dialcohol by recombinant human AKR7A3 was confirmed by liquid chromatography coupled to electrospray ionization mass spectrometry. Rabbit polyclonal antibodies produced using recombinant rat AKR7A1 protein were shown to detect nanogram amounts of rat and human AKR7A protein. The amount of AKR7A-related protein in hepatic cytosols of 1, 2-dithiole-3-thione-treated rats was 18-fold greater than in cytosols from untreated animals. These antibodies detected AKR7A-related protein in normal human liver samples ranging from 0.3 to 0.8 microg/mg cytosolic protein. Northern blot analysis showed varying levels of expression of AKR7A RNA in human liver and in several extrahepatic tissues, with relatively high levels in the stomach, pancreas, kidney and liver. Based on the kinetic parameters determined using recombinant human AKR7A3 and AFB1 dihydrodiol at pH 7.4, the catalytic efficiency of this reaction (k2/K, per M/s) equals or exceeds those reported for other enzymes, for example cytochrome P450s and glutathione S-transferases, known to metabolize AFB1 in vivo. These findings indicate that, depending on the extent of AFB1 dihydrodiol formation, AKR7A may contribute to the protection against AFB1-induced hepatotoxicity.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "10383892"}], "author": ["Sutter T R", "Primiano T", "Knight L P", "Groopman J D", "Kensler T W"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::da51ace88a8afe843d81bc3ff3d75afb", "title": ["cDNA cloning, expression and activity of a second human aflatoxin B1-metabolizing member of the aldo-keto reductase superfamily, AKR7A3."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["International journal of biological sciences"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::f7b07787245069760d6810c05d9566c4", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::8b82a07cf16c56f8330df3a1391b263e", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Pine wilt disease (PWD) caused by the pine wood nematode (PWN), Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, is one of the most devastating diseases of Pinus spp. The PWN was therefore listed as one of the most dangerous forest pests in China meriting quarantine. Virulence of the PWN is closely linked with the spread of PWD. However, main factors responsible for the virulence of PWNs are still unclear. Recently epiphytic bacteria carried by PWNs have drawn much attention. But little is known about the relationship between endophytic bacteria and virulence of B. xylophilus. In this research, virulence of ten strains of B. xylophilus from different geographical areas in six provinces of China and four pine species were tested with 2-year-old seedlings of Pinus thunbergii. Endophytic bacteria were isolated from PWNs with different virulence to investigate the relationship between the bacteria and PWN virulence. Meanwhile, the carbon metabolism of endophytic bacteria from highly and low virulent B. xylophilus was analyzed using Biolog plates (ECO). The results indicated that ten strains of PWNs showed a wide range of virulence. Simultaneously, endophytic bacteria were isolated from 90% of the B. xylophilus strains. The dominant endophytic bacteria in the nematodes were identified as species of Stenotrophomonas, Achromobacter, Ewingella, Leifsonia, Rhizobium, and Pseudomonas using molecular and biochemical methods. Moreover, S. maltophilia, and A. xylosoxidans subsp. xylosoxidans were the predominant strains. Most of the strains (80%) from P. massoniana contained either S. maltophilia, A. xylosoxidans, or both species. There was a difference between the abilities of the endophytic bacteria to utilize carbon sources. Endophytic bacteria from highly virulent B. xylophilus had a relatively high utilization rate of carbohydrate and carboxylic acids, while bacteria from low virulent B. xylophilus made better use of amino acids. In conclusion, endophytic bacteria widely exist in B. xylophilus from different pines and areas; and B. xylophilus strains with different virulence possessed various endophytic bacteria and diverse carbon metabolism which suggested that the endophytic bacteria species and carbon metabolism might be related with the B. xylophilus virulence.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.7150/ijbs.5071"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "23289015"}], "author": ["Tian Xiao-Jing", "Ding Xiao-Lei", "Ye Jian-Ren", "Yuan Wei-Min", "Fan Ben", "Fang Xin", "Wu Xiao-Qin"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::5ccce5dd6b176efc9349b10ba9f87cb4", "title": ["Specific and functional diversity of endophytic bacteria from pine wood nematode Bursaphelenchus xylophilus with different virulence."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Nature"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::660b4db0e33886d55d3b6b5d0d3c02ee", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::bed74be4663f8d3b8e0152a084a4ce67", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Pattern formation in the Drosophila embryo requires the concerted expression of maternal and zygotic genes. At least nineteen genes, twelve of which are maternally expressed, are involved in the establishment of dorsal-ventral polarity. Mutations in any one of these genes result in distinct alterations of cell fates and in the formation of an abnormal dorsal-ventral pattern. Mutants of the 'dorsal group', eleven of the maternal genes, have a common recessive phenotype similar to that described for dorsal, in that cells located at ventral and lateral positions assume dorsal fates and ventral structures fail to develop. Thus the dorsal group gene products may be involved in the establishment of a gradient of positional information along the dorsal-ventral axis. We have cloned snail (sna), a zygotic gene, whose expression is essential for the correct specification of dorsal-ventral pattern. In this report, we present evidence that the complementary DNA-deduced protein product of sna contains five copies of a nucleic acid-binding finger motif previously identified in two transcription factors, and in the protein product of several putative regulatory genes.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "3683556"}], "author": ["Boulay J L", "Dennefeld C", "Alberga A"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::b24db7c56d7084db8531b38296291e41", "title": ["The Drosophila developmental gene snail encodes a protein with nucleic acid binding fingers."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "OpenAIRE", "datasourceId": "dli_________::openaire"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "references", "collectedFrom": "OpenAIRE", "dnetId": "60|openaire____::d70f7edb3290fff65f1f60fae3a60f94", "id": {"identifier": "10.3886/icpsr01011.v1", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "This paper analyzes the implications of effective taxation of labor for profits and, hence, the location decision of a multinational enterprise. We set up a stylized partial equilibrium model and, presuming that worker effort is a function of net wages, assume that a higher employee-borne tax burden reduces effort. In turn, this raises a firm's production costs and reduces efficiency. Accordingly, we show that a higher employee-borne income tax negatively influences a multinational's profit by reducing manager effort. Furthermore, we compile data on personal income tax profiles for 49 economies and the year 2002. We decompose tax profiles into the component borne by employers and that borne by employees. We then determine effective tax rates for employees across four centiles of the distribution of gross wages: 33, 100, 167, and 500 percent of the average, following the OECD's Taxing Wages Approach. Apart from describing features of the personal income tax data, we use them to shed light on their role for bilateral foreign direct investment (FDI) stocks among the economies considered. Not surprisingly, personal income tax rates turn out relatively less important than profit tax rates for bilateral FDI stocks. The employee-borne part of labor taxes determines bilateral FDI significantly different from zero: both a higher employee-borne tax rate on average wages and, in particular, an increase in the progression from the average wage to five times the average wage is less conducive to headquarters location and, hence, reduces a country's bilateral outward FDI stocks.", "author": ["Radulescu, Doina Maria", "Egger, Peter"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "openaire", "id": "oai:dnet:dedup_wf_001::c71fc607f40f97ce285969164c273365"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::1007b82a73467b13b458251f38dd35d8", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["Labour Taxation and Foreign Direct Investment"], "relatedDatasets": 1, "subject": [{"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Direktinvestition"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "labour taxation"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "F21"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "jel:F23"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "jel:J30"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "F23"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "jel:F21"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Standortwahl"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "J3"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "effort"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "H24"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "J22"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "OECD-Staaten"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "foreign direct investment"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "labour taxation, effort, foreign direct investment, multinational firms"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "multinational firms"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Lohnsteuer"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "ddc:330"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Steuerbelastung"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Multinationales Unternehmen"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "jel:H24"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "jel:J22"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Leistungsmotivation"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Gewinn"}]}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Parasitology research"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::d15eb355b49cded0d71e2423bec81077", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::f39003574a081ac5506047f378522671", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: We studied six species of lice from three of the four suborders of lice. These lice were infected with Wolbachia bacteria from supergroups A and F. This is the first report of an infection of supergroup F Wolbachia in lice. To date, Wolbachia from supergroup F have been found in filarial nematodes, Mansonella spp., and, rarely, in insects. We inferred the phylogeny of the Wolbachia from lice and representatives of all Wolbachia supergroups, with nucleotide sequences from the small subunit ribosomal RNA gene (SSU rRNA). There was no evidence of congruence between the taxon of louse and the Wolbachia bacteria that infect lice. There is no evidence that Wolbachia and their louse hosts co-evolved at least at the level of Wolbachia supergroups. We propose a novel mechanism for the horizontal transfer of Wolbachia between different species of lice from birds: transfer of Wolbachia during phoresis by hippoboscid flies.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "17048002"}], "author": ["Covacin Catherine", "Barker Stephen C"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::ee0f691bb71c1a5cd249afdd836e9a28", "title": ["Supergroup F Wolbachia bacteria parasitise lice (Insecta: Phthiraptera)."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Neuroreport"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::5c829746b16c3cf8deb7057f98494d48", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::3e1409c875e733a678b52c398870c5a3", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: The cDNAs for glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH; EC were cloned from cerebellar neurons undergoing age-induced apoptosis and/or healthy cells. COS-7 cells were transfected with the isolated GAPDH cDNAs using to the Lipofectamine method. Assessment of cell death in this paradigm was performed by monitoring the co-transfected luciferase activities and the characterization of cell death was examined by the DNA fragmentation assay and Hoechst dye nuclear staining. These observations show that over-expression of GAPDH occurring from both cDNAs robustly induces apoptotic death in the transfected COS-7 cell cultures. Confocal-immunocytochemical studies using this GAPDH-specific monoclonal antibody revealed that nuclear translocation of overexpressed GAPDH is a primary apoptotic event. Our results directly demonstrate that over-expressed GAPDH functions as a 'killing protein' in apoptosis.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "10424669"}], "author": ["Tsuchiya K", "Ishitani R", "Tajima H", "Kondo K", "Katsube N", "Yamada M"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::7254b01502c13f80de3842992b4eb0f5", "title": ["Over-expression of GAPDH induces apoptosis in COS-7 cells transfected with cloned GAPDH cDNAs."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Journal of animal science"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::308420f51504db8cc7aec84836c724c6", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::3d6bbf5104a75e2961a30aeb114c5a5d", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::d41d59926c9908ebfd79aaa7dde08269", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Adipose triglyceride lipase (ATGL) was recently identified and described as a major novel triglyceride lipase in animals. In this study, we aimed to study the tissue-specific and developmental expression pattern of porcine ATGL (pATGL) and the effect of resveratrol (RES) on expression of pATGL in vitro. The full-length cDNA sequence of pATGL was 1,958 bp (accession no. EF583921), with a 1,458-bp open reading frame encoding a 486-AA protein (the predicted molecular mass of 53.2 kDa, accession no. ABS58651). Comparison of the deduced AA sequence with the bovine, mouse, rat, dog, and human adipose triglyceride lipase showed 87, 84, 83, 81, and 80% similarity, respectively. Furthermore, the pATGL was highly expressed in porcine adipose tissue, to a lesser degree in kidney, heart, and muscle, and least but detectable in brain. In s.c. adipose tissue, pATGL mRNA was low at birth (1 kg of BW) and then increased, reaching a maximal value at 20 kg of BW (approximately 8 wk old; P < 0.01). In peritoneal and omental adipose tissue, the greatest expression of pATGL was observed at 40 kg of BW (approximately 12 wk old). In vitro, exposure of cultured adipocytes to 40 and 80 muM RES for 24 h increased the mRNA levels of pATGL by 95.3% (P < 0.05) and 146.8% (P < 0.01), respectively. Accordingly, lipid accumulation was decreased by 25.7% (P < 0.05) and 60.8% (P < 0.01), respectively. When treated with RES for 48 h, the mRNA levels of pATGL were increased by 104.1% (P < 0.05) and 163.1% (P < 0.01), respectively. As expected, lipid accumulation was decreased by 9.7% (P > 0.05) and 29.0% (P < 0.05), respectively. These results add to our understanding of the role of pATGL in adipose tissue development and as a potential target for regulating fat deposition and meat quality.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.2527/jas.2007-0659"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "18407985"}], "author": ["Liu J", "Guo J", "Feng J", "Wu T", "Wang Y", "Xu Z", "Shan T"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::4ae07cfa9bbc1b5002cfaa144e404676", "title": ["Porcine adipose triglyceride lipase complementary deoxyribonucleic acid clone, expression pattern, and regulation by resveratrol."], "relatedDatasets": 3}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Studies in mycology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::09065710cad810dbf0036e0f561ac000", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::52ba21a5636936547fd871312bff2fb8", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::9fac204e50e3e505c64b39119b68f18b", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: A multigene analysis of a combined ITS-LSU-SSU-rpb2-tef1 sequence data matrix was applied to infer the phylogenetic position of the genus Thyridaria in the Pleosporales. The generic type of Thyridaria, T. broussonetiae (syn. T. incrustans), is situated in a clade currently named Roussoellaceae, which becomes a synonym of Thyridariaceae. However, Thyridaria rubronotata does not belong to this clade, but is here recognised as Cyclothyriella rubronotata in its own family Cyclothyriellaceae. The Thyridariaceae contain the genera Thyridaria, Roussoella, Roussoellopsis, Neoroussoella and the new genus Parathyridaria. Roussoella acaciae is combined in Thyridaria and Roussoella percutaenea in Parathyridaria. Ohleria modesta and an additional new thyridaria-like genus, Hobus, are found to represent isolated lineages with unresolved phylogenetic affinites within the Pleosporales. For Ohleria the new family Ohleriaceae is established. Melanomma fuscidulum belongs to Nigrograna, and three new species are described in this genus. A strain named Biatriospora marina clusters with Nigrograna. Based on the newly recognised species in Nigrograna, morphology and ecology do in no way correlate among these genera, therefore we erect the new family Nigrogranaceae for Nigrograna and recommend to discontinue the use of the family name Biatriosporaceae until fresh material of B. marina becomes available for sequencing.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "27872508"}], "author": ["Voglmayr H", "Jaklitsch W M"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::6fbb4b38e4d1d645abcfe1b989a27635", "title": ["Hidden diversity in Thyridaria and a new circumscription of the Thyridariaceae."], "relatedDatasets": 3}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["The EMBO journal"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::3fa485e4703d465767eb5736e97f2b21", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::273c6bbaa8b20648ac12d141ac8a6e35", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Among the best characterized non-classical mouse major histocompatibility antigens are the Qa-2 molecules. These proteins can serve as targets for allogenic cytotoxic T cells and as signal transducing molecules. They are structurally similar to H-2 transplantation antigens in their N-terminal and beta 2-microglobulin binding domains but differ at their C-termini. While the H-2 antigens span the cell membrane, the Qa-2 molecules are attached to the cell surface via phospholipid anchors. The genetic information encoding this attachment is contained in exon 5. In concanavalin A activated splenocytes the expression of membrane bound Qa-2 antigens declines and, simultaneously, soluble forms of Qa-2 molecules are secreted. We demonstrate here that the soluble Qa-2 polypeptides are translated from alternatively spliced mRNAs lacking exon 5, while the membrane forms are encoded by the full-size transcripts. In cultured cells the alternative splicing of the Qa-2 message is induced by T-cell activation splicing of the Qa-2 message is induced by T-cell activation with concanavalin A. The canonical mRNA encoding the membrane form of Qa-2 predominates in unstimulated mouse tissues but the cultured cell lines, like activated T cells, express enhanced levels of the truncated mRNA. In some cell lines almost all Qa-2 transcripts lack exon 5. For example, in L cells, mRNAs encoding soluble Qa-2 molecules are at least 10 times more abundant than Qa-2 transcripts encoding phospholipid anchored antigens. These findings are discussed in terms of potential functions of membrane bound and secreted Qa-2 molecules.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "2249652"}], "author": ["Stroynowski I", "Lewis K D", "Hood L E", "Ulker N"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::6e4e14038e6750fb40a8e47b0bb3f054", "title": ["Activated T cells transcribe an alternatively spliced mRNA encoding a soluble form of Qa-2 antigen."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["The Journal of biological chemistry"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::d8636839af0078124bed70ababa2abd4", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::871d793472775ea99c0c49e621d04b83", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: In order to facilitate structure-function studies of the glucagon receptor by site-directed mutagenesis, we have designed and synthesized a gene for the rat glucagon receptor. The gene codes for the native 485-amino-acid protein but contains 91 unique restriction sites. To characterize gene expression, a highly specific, high affinity antipeptide antibody was prepared against the receptor. The synthetic gene was expressed in transiently transfected monkey kidney (COS-1) cells. COS cells expressing the synthetic receptor gene bound glucagon with affinity and specificity similar to that of hepatocytes containing native receptor. The transfected COS cells also showed increased intracellular cAMP levels in response to glucagon. The functional role of an aspartic acid residue in the NH2-terminal tail of the receptor was tested by site-directed mutagenesis. This site in the related growth hormone releasing factor receptor was shown to be responsible for the little mouse (lit) genetic defect that results in mice of small size with hypoplastic pituitary glands. Mutant glucagon receptors with amino acid replacements of Asp64 were expressed at normal levels in COS cells but failed to bind glucagon. These results indicate that amino acid Asp64 may play a key role in glucagon binding to receptor.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "7961903"}], "author": ["Kim H N", "Sakmar T P", "Carruthers C J", "Unson C G"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::0b0a00a85569a81624f6319a70a407c9", "title": ["Synthesis and expression of a gene for the rat glucagon receptor. Replacement of an aspartic acid in the extracellular domain prevents glucagon binding."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Virology"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Elsevier", "datasourceId": "dli_________::elsevier"}], "relatedUnknown": 1, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::6c1d24f42f250a425bc0ccdb87a65b32", "id": {"identifier": "eu785961", "schema": "genbank"}}, {"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::9ce37af140ea017e8383e14a6de801fb", "id": {"identifier": "k03455", "schema": "genbank"}}, {"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::6d4c613c1f6307bea0460d3b89dc3799", "id": {"identifier": "eu785944", "schema": "genbank"}}, {"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::06b75d00bf46742dcdfb595039d78233", "id": {"identifier": "dq366661", "schema": "genbank"}}, {"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::5ffda7c000559a971370a099556c8834", "id": {"identifier": "dq366659", "schema": "genbank"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::e45e75e00cced21070e812e27bdc8170", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::b2b897a51b27d60e8c440cade26a3759", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: HIV is capable of frequent genetic exchange through recombination. Despite the pandemic spread of HIV-1 recombinants, their times of origin are not well understood. We investigate the epidemic history of a HIV-1 circulating recombinant form (CRF) by estimating the time of the recombination event that lead to the emergence of CRF33_01B, a recently described recombinant descended from CRF01_AE and subtype B. The gag, pol and env genes were analyzed using a combined coalescent and relaxed molecular clock model, implemented in a Bayesian Markov chain Monte Carlo framework. Using linked genealogical trees we calculated the time interval between the common ancestor of CRF33_01B and the ancestors it shares with closely related parental lineages. The recombination event that generated CRF33_01B (t(rec)) occurred sometime between 1991 and 1993, suggesting that recombination is common in the early evolutionary history of HIV-1. The proof-of-concept approach provides a new tool for the investigation of HIV molecular epidemiology and evolution.", "author": ["Takebe Yutaka", "Ng Kee Peng", "Kamarulzaman Adeeba", "Parker Joe", "Tee Kok Keng", "Pybus Oliver G"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "19272628"}, {"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.virol.2009.02.020"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::4120e0f359522b1ddd3ecce3ea8af22d", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2009"], "title": ["Estimating the date of origin of an HIV-1 circulating recombinant form"], "relatedDatasets": 8}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["The ISME journal"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "pubmed______"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::1f3223eb42a3a63f836f04d8832d96d5", "id": {"identifier": "kc603770", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::c96728bcb460e75d31fdd95a0aec6cb8", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::ede1f1a384ea3ce3d4ccc6d8b2919260", "id": {"identifier": "kc603846", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::1552e438620db3d674fb118351fe1483", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Molecular fossils of 2-methylhopanoids are prominent biomarkers in modern and ancient sediments that have been used as proxies for cyanobacteria and their main metabolism, oxygenic photosynthesis. However, substantial culture and genomic-based evidence now indicates that organisms other than cyanobacteria can make 2-methylhopanoids. Because few data directly address which organisms produce 2-methylhopanoids in the environment, we used metagenomic and clone library methods to determine the environmental diversity of hpnP, the gene encoding the C-2 hopanoid methylase. Here we show that hpnP copies from alphaproteobacteria and as yet uncultured organisms are found in diverse modern environments, including some modern habitats representative of those preserved in the rock record. In contrast, cyanobacterial hpnP genes are rarer and tend to be localized to specific habitats. To move beyond understanding the taxonomic distribution of environmental 2-methylhopanoid producers, we asked whether hpnP presence might track with particular variables. We found hpnP to be significantly correlated with organisms, metabolisms and environments known to support plant-microbe interactions (P-value<10(-6)); in addition, we observed diverse hpnP types in closely packed microbial communities from other environments, including stromatolites, hot springs and hypersaline microbial mats. The common features of these niches indicate that 2-methylhopanoids are enriched in sessile microbial communities inhabiting environments low in oxygen and fixed nitrogen with high osmolarity. Our results support the earlier conclusion that 2-methylhopanoids are not reliable biomarkers for cyanobacteria or any other taxonomic group, and raise the new hypothesis that, instead, they are indicators of a specific environmental niche.", "author": ["Welander, Paula V.", "Summons Roger E", "Newman, Dianne K.", "Coleman Maureen L", "Ricci, Jessica N.", "Newman Dianne K", "Spear John R", "Welander Paula V", "Coleman, Maureen L.", "Ricci Jessica N", "Sessions Alex L", "Summons, Roger E.", "Sessions, Alex L.", "Spear, John R."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1038/ismej.2013.191"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "24152713"}, {"type": "pmid", "id": "24152713"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::3bab3b936a01432d94e2a96d6502b611", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2013-10-24"], "title": ["Diverse capacity for 2-methylhopanoid production correlates with a specific ecological niche."], "relatedDatasets": 4}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Zoological science"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::2688cb8a4607faad036fdd50716b4961", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::f17186c3686906d12807a91eba73a989", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Phylogenetic relationships of the genus Cuora sensu lato (Cuora sensu stricto and Cistoclemmys) and other testudinoid genera were inferred from variations in 882 base positions of mitochondrial 12S and 16S rRNA genes. Results yielded a robust support to the monophyly of a group (Cuora group) consisting of Cuora sensu lato and the monotypic Pyxidea. Within the Cuora group, the continental Cuora (sensu stricto) and the two subspecies of Ci. flavomarginata constituted two well-supported monophyletic groups. Distinctly small interspecific genetic distances in the former groups suggested that in the continent speciations in Cuora took place much later than the primary divergences in the Cuora group, or speciations in other related genera, such as Mauremys. Our analyses failed to provide a substantial support to the monophyly of any other combinations of taxa within the Cuora group, including Cuora in broad and strict senses, and Cistoclemmys as consisting of Ci. galbinifrons and Ci. flavomarginata. Besides these, our results also suggested the non-monophyly for the Batagurinae and the Geoemydinae, and sister relationships of the Bataguridae with Testudinidae rather than with the Emydidae.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "12499674"}], "author": ["Hirayama Ren", "Yasukawa Yuichirou", "Ota Hidetoshi", "Honda Masanao"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::5bc72126a343d629859d05fc1f682d98", "title": ["Phylogenetic relationships of the Asian box turtles of the genus Cuora sensu lato (Reptilia: Bataguridae) inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequences."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Systematic and applied microbiology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::106dadb729643544d53b6508598ef46d", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::c1c95373e6cb06fb2b5eb0fa653c35e6", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::c205ea4ce22b71fe40378daa8066af2b", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Three strains, namely L3B39(T), L3D16, and L1E9, were obtained while studying the cultivable rhizosphere bacteria of saline tolerant pokkali rice, at Kerala, India. The novel strains were negative for many plant growth promoting plate assays such as phytohormone and siderophore production, 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate (ACC) deaminase and growth in nitrogen free agar medium but found to utilize malic acid, citrate, D-glucose, L-arabinose, and D-maltose, important components of the plant root exudates, indicating that they are normal plant rhizosphere residents without yet known benefits to the plant. The 16S rRNA gene analysis placed these strains in the genus Vogesella, forming a separate branch independent of the previously described type strains of this genus in all tree making algorithms applied. Vogesella perlucida DS-28(T) was the type strain with highest 16S rRNA sequence similarity (97.59%). DNA-DNA hybridization values among these novel strains were above 85% andthat with Vogesella perlucida LMG 24214(T) was below 50%. Phenotypically, the novel strains can be differentiated from Vogesella perlucida LMG 24214(T) by many characters such as NaCl tolerance, growth temperature, and utilization of L-arabinose, D-maltose, and citrate. These novel strains contain C16:1ω6c/C16:1ω7c and C16:0 as major fatty acids, ubiquinone Q-8 as the major respiratory quinone, and phosphatidylethanolamine and phosphatidylglycerol as major polar lipids. Based on the results obtained from the polyphasic taxonomic approach we conclude that the strains belong to a novel Vogesella species for which the name Vogesella oryzae sp.nov. is proposed. The type strain is L3B39(T) (= LMG 28272(T)=DSM 28780(T)).", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "26597454"}, {"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.syapm.2015.10.003"}], "author": ["Tanaka Naoto", "Lang Elke", "Rameshkumar N"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::292e289c9dc70304aae78e49d2b4c7dc", "title": ["Description of Vogesella oryzae sp. nov., isolated from the rhizosphere of saline tolerant pokkali rice."], "relatedDatasets": 3}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Springer Nature", "BMC genomics"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|datacite____::e1f6f916125506c26c91f1884083460d", "id": {"identifier": "10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3665659.v1", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|datacite____::b8ac129561596c9d158972857a422334", "id": {"identifier": "10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3665659_d1.v1", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::04f7bd63de8f3d61886d54fd1da063f9", "id": {"identifier": "10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3665659", "schema": "doi"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|datacite____::ab015a1e28b6d5439c8aac94f2c3f008", "id": {"identifier": "10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3665659_d2.v1", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::5aaca47ed9ea2793fdb96cb87dc781e7", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::76fa4b4f8f479b4109280a2f0ad3edab", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::99f9e5ac8b925d7fa9d0dedff28a15a3", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::cd182272c1a4bf0102df32d8ab265677", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "BACKGROUND: Various insect species have been added to genomic databases over the years. Thus, researchers can easily obtain online genomic information on invertebrates and insects. However, many incorrectly annotated genes are included in these databases, which can prevent the correct interpretation of subsequent functional analyses. To address this problem, we used a combination of dry and wet bench processes to select functional genes from public databases. RESULTS: Enolase is an important glycolytic enzyme in all organisms. We used a combination of dry and wet bench processes to identify functional enolases in the silkworm Bombyx mori (BmEno). First, we detected five annotated enolases from public databases using a Hidden Markov Model (HMM) search, and then through cDNA cloning, Northern blotting, and RNA-seq analysis, we revealed three functional enolases in B. mori: BmEno1, BmEno2, and BmEnoC. BmEno1 contained a conserved key amino acid residue for metal binding and substrate binding in other species. However, BmEno2 and BmEnoC showed a change in this key amino acid. Phylogenetic analysis showed that BmEno2 and BmEnoC were distinct from BmEno1 and other enolases, and were distributed only in lepidopteran clusters. BmEno1 was expressed in all of the tissues used in our study. In contrast, BmEno2 was mainly expressed in the testis with some expression in the ovary and suboesophageal ganglion. BmEnoC was weakly expressed in the testis. Quantitative RT-PCR showed that the mRNA expression of BmEno2 and BmEnoC correlated with testis development; thus, BmEno2 and BmEnoC may be related to lepidopteran-specific spermiogenesis. CONCLUSIONS: We identified and characterized three functional enolases from public databases with a combination of dry and wet bench processes in the silkworm B. mori. In addition, we determined that BmEno2 and BmEnoC had species-specific functions. Our strategy could be helpful for the detection of minor genes and functional genes in non-model organisms from public databases.", "author": ["Toyoda Atsushi", "Nojima Yosui", "Bono Hidemasa", "Iwabuchi Kikuo", "Tabunoki Hiroko", "Fujiyama Asao", "Ito Katsuhiko", "Yokoyama Takeshi", "Nakazato Takeru", "Sato Ryoichi", "Kikuchi Akira"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1186/s12864-016-3455-y"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "28086791"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::cff9e29b6d76ae70ce1e5f94267b9f5c", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["Identification of functional enolase genes of the silkworm Bombyx mori from public databases with a combination of dry and wet bench processes."], "relatedDatasets": 8}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["American Chemical Society (ACS)"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "RCSB", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010327"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "RCSB", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010327::1f2e601245c372d49aaa38df63a512e5", "id": {"identifier": "2liw", "schema": "pdb"}}, {"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "RCSB", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010327::3373439e0aed6ef73c07f3e0fd775153", "id": {"identifier": "2liu", "schema": "pdb"}}], "abstract": "Polyketide synthases (PKS) and non-ribosomal peptide synthetases (NRPS) are large multidomain proteins present in microorganisms that produce bioactive compounds. Curacin A is such a bioactive compound with potent anti-proliferative activity. During its biosynthesis the growing substrate is bound covalently to an acyl carrier protein (ACP) that is able to access catalytic sites of neighboring domains for chain elongation and modification. While ACP domains usually occur as monomers, the curacin A cluster codes for a triplet ACP (ACPI-ACPII-ACPIII) within the CurA PKS module. We have determined the structure of the isolated holo ACPI and show that the ACPs are independent of each other within this tri-domain system. In addition, we have determined the structure of the 3-hydroxyl-3-methylglutaryl-loaded holo-ACPI, which is the substrate for the unique halogenase (Hal) domain embedded within the CurA module. We have identified the interaction surface of both proteins using mutagenesis and MALDI-based identification of product formation. Amino acids affecting product formation are located on helices II and III of ACPI and form a contiguous surface. Since the CurA Hal accepts substrate only when presented by one of the ACPs within the ACPI-ACPII-ACPIII tri-domain, our data provide insight into the specificity of the chlorination reaction.", "author": ["Dötsch Volker", "Tufar Peter", "Pader Irina", "Gottstein Daniel", "Walsh Christopher T.", "Güntert Peter", "Busche Alena", "Ripin Nina", "Sherman David H.", "Gu Liangcai", "Eisman Eli B.", "Hein Christopher", "Löhr Frank"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1021/cb200352q"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::8aa85a0e7bc8c31b3a4df7ea8ec56d86", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Characterization of Molecular Interactions between ACP and Halogenase Domains in the Curacin A Polyketide Synthase\""], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Anaerobe"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::e0ea8178d893985726fafe694ddb18bd", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::4d2bda1c52382b31264bbb52e0659140", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Seven obligately anaerobic, Gram-positive, rod-shaped, spore-forming organisms isolated from human faecal specimens were characterized using phenotypic and molecular taxonomic methods. Strains of the unidentified bacterium used carbohydrates as fermentable substrates, producing acetic acid, isovaleric acid and phenylacetic acid (PAA) as the major products of glucose metabolism, and possessed a G +C content of approximately 29.8 mol%. Comparative 16S rRNA gene sequencing showed that the 7 strains were genetically highly related to each other (displaying >99.5% sequence similarity) and represent a previously unknown sub-line within the Clostridium Cluster XI. The closest described species to the novel bacterium is Clostridium glycolicum, although a 16S rRNA sequence divergence of 4% demonstrates that they represent different species. Genomic DNA-DNA pairing studies confirmed the separateness of the unknown species and C. glycolicum (30.6% similarity between the proposed type strain of the novel species, WAL 16138, and C. glycolicum ATCC 14880(T)). Based on morphologic, phenotypic and phylogenetic evidence, it is therefore proposed that the unknown bacterium be classified as C. bartlettii sp. nov. The type strain of C. bartlettii is WAL 16138(T) (= ATCCBAA-827(T)=CCUG48940(T)).", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "16701516"}], "author": ["Finegold S M", "McTeague M", "Liu C X", "Summanen P", "Song Y L"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::9d0769cf0d3968a5a692a9d36e2645b2", "title": ["Clostridium bartlettii sp. nov., isolated from human faeces."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "pubmed______"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::77c6f4a0c85fcafe067ed49ff8ea8d1a", "id": {"identifier": "ef591979", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::45614078097a2ae6fe6572443bd3c638", "id": {"identifier": "dq415957", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::2052f4f8337679bf93e86121ebd61cb8", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::2f17556d64145fb85020967d86c361ca", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Vascular dysfunction has been reported in human cases of anthrax, in mammalian models of Bacillus anthracis, and in animals injected with anthrax toxin proteins. To examine anthrax lethal toxin effects on intact blood vessels, we developed a zebrafish model that permits in vivo imaging and evaluation of vasculature and cardiovascular function. Vascular defects monitored in hundreds of embryos enabled us to define four stages of phenotypic progression leading to circulatory dysfunction. We demonstrated increased endothelial permeability as an early consequence of toxin action by tracking the extravasation of fluorescent microspheres in toxin-injected embryos. Lethal toxin did not induce a significant amount of cell death in embryonic tissues or blood vessels, as shown by staining with acridine orange, and endothelial cells in lethal toxin-injected embryos continued to divide at the normal rate. Vascular permeability is strongly affected by the VEGF/vascular permeability factor (VPF) signaling pathway, and we were able to attenuate anthrax lethal toxin effects with chemical inhibitors of VEGFR function. Our study demonstrates the importance of vascular permeability in anthrax lethal toxin action and the need for further investigation of the cardiovascular component of human anthrax disease.", "author": ["Barker Adam P", "Zeller René", "Bolcome, Robert E.", "Joanne Chan", "John, Collier R.", "Bolcome Robert E", "Barker, Adam P.", "Sullivan, Sarah E.", "René Zeller", "Sullivan Sarah E", "John Collier, R.", "Chan Joanne"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "18268319"}, {"type": "pmid", "id": "18268319"}, {"type": "doi", "id": "10.1073/pnas.0712195105"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::55c1e43492559752d3dad17ba7c6e9a4", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2008-02-11"], "title": ["Anthrax lethal toxin induces cell death-independent permeability in zebrafish vasculature."], "relatedDatasets": 4}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Genomics"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::3f8efc1c74f4c5204ccf053e9b1a41c3", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Human rDNA forms arrays on five chromosome pairs and is homogenized by concerted evolution through recombination and gene conversion (loci RNR1, RNR2, RNR3, RNR4, RNR5, OMIM: 180450). Homogenization is not perfect, however, so that it becomes possible to study its efficiency within genes, within arrays, and between arrays by measuring and comparing DNA sequence variation. Previous studies with randomly cloned genomic DNA fragments showed that different parts of the gene evolve at different rates but did not allow comparison of rDNA sequences derived from specific chromosomes. We have now cloned and sequenced rDNA fragments from specific acrocentric chromosomes to (1) study homogenization along the rDNA and (2) compare homogenization within chromosomes and between homologous and nonhomologous chromosomes. Our results show high homogeneity among regulatory and coding regions of rDNA on all chromosomes, a surprising homogeneity among adjacent distal non-rDNA sequences, and the existence of one to three very divergent intergenic spacer classes within each array.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "11350117"}], "author": ["Sylvester J E", "Gonzalez I L"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::b53ee245882beec708d3d2d9dcd6be5b", "title": ["Human rDNA: evolutionary patterns within the genes and tandem arrays derived from multiple chromosomes."], "relatedDatasets": 1}
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We explored the possibilities of evolutionary analysis of phylogenetic footprints in 5'-noncoding sequences (NCS) from 27 ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase small subunit (<it>rbcS</it>) genes, from three dicot families (Brassicaceae, Fabaceae and Solanaceae).</p> <p>Results</p> <p>Sequences of up to 400 bp encompassing proximal promoter and 5'-untranslated regions were analyzed. We conducted phylogenetic footprinting by several alternative methods: generalized Lempel-Ziv complexity (<it>C</it><sub><it>LZ</it></sub>), multiple alignments with DIALIGN and ALIGN-M, and the MOTIF SAMPLER Gibbs sampling algorithm. These tools collectively defined 36 conserved blocks of mean length 12.8 bp. On average, 12.5 blocks were found in each 5'-NCS. The blocks occurred in arrays whose relative order was absolutely conserved, confirming the existence of 'conserved modular arrays' in promoters. Identities of half of the blocks confirmed past <it>rbcS </it>research, including versions of the I-box, G-box, and GT-1 sites such as Box II. Over 90% of blocks overlapped DNase-protected regions in tomato 5'-NCS. Regions characterized by low <it>C</it><sub><it>LZ </it></sub>in sliding-window analyses were also frequently associated with DNase-protection. Blocks could be assigned to evolutionary hierarchies based on taxonomic distribution and estimated age. Lineage divergence dates implied that 13 blocks found in all three plant families were of Cretaceous antiquity, while other family-specific blocks were much younger. Blocks were also dated by formation of multigene families, using genome and coding sequence information. Dendrograms of evolutionary relations of the 5'-NCS were produced by several methods, including: cluster analysis using pairwise <it>C</it><sub><it>LZ </it></sub>values; evolutionary trees of DIALIGN sequence alignments; and cladistic analysis of conserved blocks.</p> <p>Conclusion</p> <p>Dicot 5'-NCS contain conserved modular arrays of recurrent sequence blocks, which are coincident with functional elements. These blocks are amenable to evolutionary interpretation as hierarchies in which ancient, taxonomically widespread blocks can be distinguished from more recent, taxon-specific ones.</p>", "author": ["Donnison Iain S", "Scott Ian M", "Donnison, Iain S.", "Weeks Katie E", "Scott, Ian M.", "Chuzhanova, Nadia A.", "Weeks, Katie E.", "Chuzhanova Nadia A"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pmid", "id": "17407546"}, {"type": "openaire", "id": "oai:dnet:dedup_wf_001::bf4b80274d9ab26c7ba1418f7c3bb185"}, {"type": "doi", "id": "10.1186/1471-2148-7-51"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::6b8bf2fbad334f73c2c9bdef5de0751b", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2007-04-02"], "title": ["Evolutionary hierarchies of conserved blocks in 5-noncoding sequences of dicot rbcS genes."], "relatedDatasets": 32, "subject": [{"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Biology (General)"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Q"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "QH301-705.5"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Science"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "QH359-425"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "DOAJ:Biology and Life Sciences"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Evolution"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "DOAJ:Biology"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Research Article"}]}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Springer Nature"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "OpenAIRE", "datasourceId": "dli_________::openaire"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "references", "collectedFrom": "OpenAIRE", "dnetId": "60|openaire____::38e023a5d9ee6cc8ffd0a21995f60706", "id": {"identifier": "10.3334/cdiac/otg.cdiac_158", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "<p>Abstract</p> <p>Background</p> <p>A time series of 4 consecutive years of measurements of the partial pressure of CO<sub>2 </sub>(pCO<sub>2</sub>) in the Scheldt estuarine plume is used here to estimate net ecosystem production (NEP).</p> <p>Results</p> <p>NEP in the Scheldt estuarine plume is estimated from the temporal changes of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC). The strong seasonal variations of NEP are consistent with previous reports on organic carbon dynamics in the area. These variations are related to successive phytoplankton blooms that partly feed seasonally variable heterotrophy the rest of the year. On an annual time scale the Scheldt estuarine plume behaves as a net heterotrophic system sustained with organic carbon input from the Scheldt inner estuary and the Belgian coast. During one of the years of the time-series the estuarine plume behaved annually as a net autotrophic system. This anomalous ecosystem metabolic behaviour seemed to result from a combination of bottom-up factors affecting the spring phytoplankton bloom (increased nutrient delivery and more favourable incoming light conditions). This net autotrophy seemed to lead to a transient aa accumulation of organic carbon, most probably in the sediments, that fed a stronger heterotrophy the following year.</p> <p>Conclusion</p> <p>The present work highlights the potential of using pCO<sub>2 </sub>data to derive detailed seasonal estimates of NEP in highly dynamic coastal environments. These can be used to determine potential inter-annual variability of NEP due to natural climatic oscillations or due to changes in anthropogenic impacts.</p>", "author": ["Ruddick Kevin", "Borges Alberto V", "Delille Bruno", "Schiettecatte Laure-Sophie"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "openaire", "id": "oai:dnet:dedup_wf_001::b1da88123982ebf9f21a27a1dce1cc74"}, {"type": "doi", "id": "10.1186/1472-6785-8-15"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::0c288b8788aeda9072c2f0a7dd0778fc", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["Net ecosystem production and carbon dioxide fluxes in the Scheldt estuarine plume"], "relatedDatasets": 1, "subject": [{"scheme": "keyword", "value": "DOAJ:Ecology"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "QH301-705.5"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": ": Sciences de la terre & géographie physique [G02] [Physique, chimie, mathématiques & sciences de la terre]"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Science"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Ecology"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "QH540-549.5"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Biology (General)"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Q"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "DOAJ:Earth and Environmental Sciences"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": ": Earth sciences & physical geography [G02] [Physical, chemical, mathematical & earth Sciences]"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "DOAJ:Biology and Life Sciences"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "DOAJ:Biology"}, {"scheme": "keyword", "value": "Research Article"}]}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Environmental microbiology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::158ed9d54e917020972258477a29a07d", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::c0896e490ac4709bba2f60a4c8c4ce06", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: The current study describes the development of the porcine microbiota and its metabolic activities during the neonatal and weaning period. Using 16S rRNA-based approaches, we first analysed the ileal and colonic microbiota of neonatal piglets at days 2, 5 and 12 after birth. To further investigate the effect of weaning at 3 weeks of age, 19-day-old piglets (n = 64) were randomly allocated into two groups. Half of the piglets remained with their sows throughout the study, while the remaining piglets were weaned. As revealed by sequence analysis of 16S rRNA gene amplicons, the samples of 2-day-old piglets harboured a consortium of bacteria related to Escherichia coli, Shigella flexneri, Lactobacillus sobrius, Lactobacillus reuteri and Lactobacillus acidophilus. Moreover, species-specific real-time polymerase chain reaction assays unveiled that L. sobrius and L. reuteri predominated in the ileal samples of the neonatal and unweaned piglets with population levels up to 7 x 10(8) cells per gram of lumen content. Following weaning, however, these two lactobacilli were detected at significantly lower levels (< 10(3)) in the ileal samples. Furthermore, a shift in composition and metabolic activities of the predominant microbiota, and emergence of clostridia and E. coli, were encountered in the intestinal samples of the piglets after the early post-weaning period.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "16817927"}], "author": ["Smidt Hauke", "Awati Ajay A", "Miller Bevis G", "Jones Philip", "Stokes Christopher R", "de Vos Willem M", "Konstantinov Sergey R", "Akkermans Antoon D L", "Williams Barbara A"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::9c2bc97d19b3322d61ad7b47f1235f11", "title": ["Post-natal development of the porcine microbiota composition and activities."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["The Journal of general virology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::850c61cecee051d6af2e459ef4dc36ee", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Five cosmids containing inserts that comprise the complete genome of the multicapsid nuclear polyhedrosis virus of Orgyia pseudotsugata were mapped with four restriction enzymes (Bg/II, ClaI, SstI, XhoI). From these cosmid maps, composite maps of the complete genome were constructed for each restriction enzyme. A region containing repeats of the sequence GGC downstream of the polyhedrin gene was used to probe the genome. It cross-hybridized with a region which, upon sequence analysis, was found to be a highly repetitive GC-rich region of nearly 500 nucleotides. The two GC-rich regions appeared to be evolutionarily unrelated.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "2838575"}], "author": ["Nesson M H", "Rohrmann G F", "Chen D D", "Beaudreau G S"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::c27c28a48db891b0877113049e2d67b6", "title": ["The genome of the multicapsid baculovirus of Orgyia pseudotsugata: restriction map and analysis of two sets of GC-rich repeated sequences."], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["International Union of Crystallography (IUCr)"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::fef8e2b00d745bb0620738e85395717f", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc8ksj3", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "The title compound, [Nd(C6H4NO2)3(C12H8N2)2(H2O)2]·3H2O, consists of a mononuclear [Nd(C6H4NO2)3(C12H8N2)2(H2O)2] mol­ecule and three uncoordinated water mol­ecules. The NdIII atom is nine-coordinate through coordination by the O atoms of three nicotinate groups, four N atoms of two phenanthroline mol­ecules and two water mol­ecules in a tricapped trigonal prismatic coordination geometry. The mononuclear mol­ecule and solvent water mol­ecule are linked by hydrogen bonds to form a layer framework.", "author": ["Liu Fu-Chen", "Wang Xiu-Li"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1107/s1600536804025383"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::984bed1c8b93d822b7e578529feab74e", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Diaquatris(nicotinato-κO)bis(1,10-phenanthroline-κ2N,N′)neodymium(III) trihydrate\""], "relatedDatasets": 1}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950)"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::d0b73ff37a235199c8a64c9ec897dd9b", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::150898bc645c7b189acd3f6e3d27a7b9", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: The primary repertoire of B and T cells is established by V(D)J recombination. Two closely linked genes, RAG-1 and RAG-2, are essential for this process, and have been identified in mice, humans, and chickens. To study lymphocyte development in Xenopus laevis, we have characterized RAG-1 and RAG-2 in this species and examined their patterns of expression. Degenerate oligonucleotides, based on the known highly conserved RAG-1 sequences, were used to amplify, by the polymerase chain reaction, a segment of Xenopus RAG-1 from genomic DNA. A product of expected size was obtained and used to identify a genomic clone that contained the complete coding region of RAG-1 (1045 codons), and approximately the 3'-half of the coding region of RAG-2. The coding regions of RAG-1 and RAG-2 each lie on a single exon, are in opposite transcriptional orientation, and are separated by approximately 6 kb. The sequence of the remainder of RAG-2 was determined by PCR amplification of genomic DNA, with primers based on sequence analysis of RAG-2 cDNA clones. The predicted Xenopus RAG-1 protein is 71% identical in amino acid sequence to the sequences of each of the mouse, human, and chicken proteins; from position 392 to 1012 the identity is 88%. The coding region of Xenopus RAG-2 (520 codons) is somewhat less conserved among the different species. Tissue-specific expression of Xenopus RAG-1 and RAG-2 was examined both by Northern blotting and by a reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction assay. In juvenile frogs, the highest levels of RAG-1 and RAG-2 expression were observed in the thymus, with lower levels in liver and spleen, and even lower levels in the kidneys. In adults, the thymus and bone marrow were found to be the principal sites of expression of both genes. RAG-2, but not RAG-1, was expressed in oocytes.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "8376769"}], "author": ["Greenhalgh P", "Steiner L A", "Olesen C E"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::825fba0069bce0a0928b8caae4b05d04", "title": ["Characterization and expression of recombination activating genes (RAG-1 and RAG-2) in Xenopus laevis."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Journal of bacteriology"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "pubmed______"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::b8b77d6b64e735002d04567ca2cb0990", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::c33407759aa7dcf4bada9b87a878bf38", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::04ff16a95c6037460e5f058eb616b0fd", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::d8357ef9864ffe4f0058e7b122fb2c1e", "id": {"identifier": "m67475", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::5159fcf199ecee2bd1d009ca5aa103c0", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: A family of repetitive elements from the cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. strain PCC 7120 was identified through the proximity of one element to the psbAI gene. Four members of this seven-member family were isolated and shown to have structures characteristic of bacterial insertion sequences. Each element is approximately 1,200 bp in length, is delimited by a 30-bp inverted repeat, and contains two open reading frames in tandem on the same DNA strand. The four copies differ from each other by small insertions or deletions, some of which alter the open reading frames. By using a system designed to trap insertion elements, one of the elements, denoted IS895, was shown to be mobile. The target site was not duplicated upon insertion of the element. Two other filamentous cyanobacterial strains were also found to contain sequences homologous to IS895.", "author": ["Se, Curtis", "Ja, Martin", "Weislo L J", "Cai, Y.", "Alam, J.", "Lj, Weislo", "Cai Y", "Alam J", "Jm, Vrba", "Vrba J M", "Martin J A", "Curtis S E"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "1653219"}, {"type": "pmid", "id": "1653219"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::05c9b76c38020f395d48c6f3487922a9", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["1991-09-01"], "title": ["Characterization of the IS895 family of insertion sequences from the cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. strain PCC 7120."], "relatedDatasets": 5}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Japanese journal of medical science & biology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::ee7424d68cc34b5007ff09c36050072c", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: We used polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to amplify a segment, about 560 base pairs (bp), of HIV-1 gag DNA prepared from peripheral blood mononuclear cells of a seropositive Taiwanese pair of mother and infant. TM-1 and TC-1 clones of PCR-amplified DNA derived from the mother and infant, respectively, showed a 94.5% homology with each other. However, the TM-1 and TC-1 sequences exhibited lower degrees of homology, i.e. only 85.1% and 85.8%, respectively, with the corresponding gag segment of a North American HIV-1 subtype (HXB2), and 86.4% and 87.0%, respectively, with that of a Zairean HIV-1 subtype (Z2Z6). The divergence of TM-1 and TC-1 sequences from those of HXB2 and Z2Z6 is particularly prominent in the first (5' proximal) 200 bp of the cloned DNA segment, involving transitions more frequently than transversions. Two additional clones TM-2 and TC-2 derived from the mother and infant were sequenced for the first 200 bp. These four clones showed a high degree of homology (94.7-97.5%) among themselves, providing an evidence for transmission of the virus from the mother to the infant. These findings show the epidemiological value of PCR, and indicate the presence of a gag subtype of HIV-1 which is distinct from both the North American and Zairean subtypes according to the phylogenetic tree constructed.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "1291763"}], "author": ["Chang K S", "Guo H G"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::9e8c3c8178e44ad9d1aa8f63df3ff8c7", "title": ["A vertically transmitted HIV-1 gag-subtype variant detected in Taiwan."], "relatedDatasets": 1}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::2bbe08aefad91c95bfde8a842561bb9a", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::ab9b3ce2d5b3120adbacc37aba8aefbf", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: (S)-Norcoclaurine synthase (NCS) (EC catalyzes the condensation of 3,4-dihydroxyphenylethylamine (dopamine) and 4-hydroxyphenylacetaldehyde (4-HPAA) as the first committed step in the biosynthesis of benzylisoquinoline alkaloids such as morphine, sanguinarine, and berberine, in plants. A molecular clone encoding NCS was isolated from a meadow rue (Thalictrum flavum ssp. glaucum) cell suspension culture cDNA library. Heterologous expression of the NCS cDNA, truncated to remove a putative signal peptide, produced a recombinant protein with NCS activity. Recombinant NCS showed sigmoidal saturation kinetics for dopamine (Hill coefficient=1.98), hyperbolic saturation kinetics for 4-HPAA (Km of 700 microm), and pH and temperature optima of 7.0 and 40 degrees C, respectively, all similar to the purified, plant-derived enzyme. NCS exhibits 28-38% identity, and putative structural homology, with the Bet v 1 allergen and pathogenesis-related (PR)10 protein families. NCS also displays 35% identity with the enzyme (HYP1) responsible for hypericin biosynthesis in St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum). The novel catalytic functions of NCS and HYP1 define a new class of plant secondary metabolic enzymes within the Bet v 1 and PR10 protein families. Weaker homology was also detected between NCS and proteins identified in the latex of Papaver somniferum (opium poppy), and in Arabidopsis thaliana. A family of three to five NCS genes is abundantly expressed in the rhizome, followed by petioles and roots of T. flavum. NCS transcripts were localized to the immature endodermis and pericycle in roots, and the protoderm of leaf primordia in rhizomes; thus, the sites of NCS gene expression and berberine accumulation are temporally and spatially separated in roots and rhizomes respectively.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "15447655"}], "author": ["Samanani Nailish", "Liscombe David K", "Facchini Peter J"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::f85c19c394c54b463234219ef2126552", "title": ["Molecular cloning and characterization of norcoclaurine synthase, an enzyme catalyzing the first committed step in benzylisoquinoline alkaloid biosynthesis."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Pest management science"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::cd304dd21368e5811adae92b6a10f556", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::de492fc79218c1997e53388f7f41405a", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: The cytochrome b (cyt b) gene structure was characterized for different agronomically important plant pathogens, such as Puccinia recondita f sp tritici (Erikss) CO Johnston, P graminis f sp tritici Erikss and Hennings, P striiformis f sp tritici Erikss, P coronata f sp avenae P Syd & Syd, P hordei GH Otth, P recondita f sp secalis Roberge, P sorghi Schwein, P horiana Henn, Uromyces appendiculatus (Pers) Unger, Phakopsora pachyrhizi Syd & P Syd, Hemileia vastatrix Berk & Broome, Alternaria solani Sorauer, A alternata (Fr) Keissl and Plasmopara viticola (Berk & Curt) Berlese & de Toni. The sequenced fragment included the two hot spot regions in which mutations conferring resistance to QoI fungicides may occur. The cyt b gene structure of these pathogens was compared with that of other species from public databases, including the strobilurin-producing fungus Mycena galopoda (Pers) P Kumm, Saccharomyces cerevisiae Meyer ex Hansen, Venturia inaequalis (Cooke) Winter and Mycosphaerella fijiensis Morelet. In all rust species, as well as in A solani, resistance to QoI fungicides caused by the mutation G143A has never been reported. A type I intron was observed directly after the codon for glycine at position 143 in these species. This intron was absent in pathogens such as A alternata, Blumeria graminis (DC) Speer, Pyricularia grisea Sacc, Mycosphaerella graminicola (Fuckel) J Schröt, M fijiensis, V inaequalis and P viticola, in which resistance to QoI fungicides has occurred and the glycine is replaced by alanine at position 143 in the resistant genotype. The present authors predict that a nucleotide substitution in codon 143 would prevent splicing of the intron, leading to a deficient cytochrome b, which is lethal. As a consequence, the evolution of resistance to QoI fungicides based on G143A is not likely to evolve in pathogens carrying an intron directly after this codon.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "16688790"}], "author": ["Garibaldi Angelo", "Grasso Valeria", "Gisi Ulrich", "Palermo Simona", "Sierotzki Helge"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::edc7ac56ce0f751c42af58127749f0e5", "title": ["Cytochrome b gene structure and consequences for resistance to Qo inhibitor fungicides in plant pathogens."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::228ac45da435dcd34269aa3f4d014967", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::b6e33a3be567756e6bc681b12586f70e", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::bb114d6b66ea70dba9d6b49bdff5afa7", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: A novel bacterial strain, YC7001(T), was isolated from the rhizosphere soil of rice collected at Jinju, Korea, and was characterized using a polyphasic approach. Cells of strain YC7001(T) were Gram-negative-staining, yellow-pigmented, rod-shaped, aerobic, heterotrophic and non-motile. Strain YC7001(T) grew optimally at 25-30 °C, pH 5.0-8.0 and degraded gelatin, cellulose and chitin. Phylogenetic analyses based on 16S rRNA gene sequences indicated that strain YC7001(T) belonged to the genus Chitinophaga in the family Chitinophagaceae. The most closely related species were Chitinophaga sancti NBRC 15057(T) (96.9%), Chitinophaga ginsengisoli Gsoil 052(T) (95.9%), Chitinophaga pinensis DSM 2588(T) (95.7%), Chitinophaga filiformis IFO 15056(T) (95.7%) and Chitinophaga niabensis JS13-10(T) (95.0%). The DNA-DNA relatedness value of strain YC7001(T) with C. sancti NBRC 15057(T) was 15.2 ± 0.6%. Strain YC7001(T) contained MK-7 as the major menaquinone and homospermidine as the major polyamine. The major fatty acids of strain YC7001(T) were C(15:0) iso, C(16:1)ω5c and C(17:0) iso 3-OH. The polar lipids were phosphatidylethanolamine, unknown aminolipids and unknown lipids. The total genomic DNA G+C content was 41.3 mol%. On the basis of phenotypic, chemotaxonomic and phylogenetic analyses, strain YC7001(T) represents a novel species of the genus Chitinophaga, in the family Chitinophagaceae, for which the name Chitinophaga oryziterrae sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is YC7001(T) ( = KACC 14533(T) = JCM 16595(T)).", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1099/ijs.0.036442-0"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "22307507"}], "author": ["Jeon Che Ok", "Park Tae Soon", "Chung Eu Jin", "Chung Young Ryun"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::793066ae79ecf28025c5f8fb10ccf766", "title": ["Chitinophaga oryziterrae sp. nov., isolated from the rhizosphere soil of rice (Oryza sativa L.)."], "relatedDatasets": 3}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Journal of invertebrate pathology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::53e50b5d89b23a5321c5e0b00717d054", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::572e662e8c6743c9960beea4ff8e5977", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: 'Candidatus Cardinium' is an intracellular endosymbiont or parasite frequently occurring in invertebrates including mites and ticks. In this work we report Cardinium bacteria in Astigmata mites and explore their incidence in synanthropic species. Amplification of a 776 bp bacterial 16S rRNA gene fragment, using specific primers, enabled identification of closely related Cardinium sequences in 13 laboratory-reared populations of mites. In addition, Cardinium sequences were identified in three wild mite populations. Large scale screening of these populations showed 100% prevalence of Cardinium, representing the highest incidence compared to other major Chelicerate groups.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1016/j.jip.2012.11.001"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "23147105"}], "author": ["Alejandra, Perotti M.", "Kopecky Jan", "Hubert Jan", "Nesvorna Marta", "Erban Tomas"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::4ed1da92d4ffb84df7c4cd44c6109855", "title": ["Cardinium endosymbionts are widespread in synanthropic mite species (Acari: Astigmata)."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Journal of applied microbiology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::71bbd08c146a00e874015d77451fda54", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::8a426591bd6af9292036f0676a54910a", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "AIMS: To describe microbial diversity, biofilm composition and biogeochemical potential within biofilms in the water overlying uranium tailings characterized by high pH, high metal concentration and low permeability. METHODS AND RESULTS: To estimate microbial diversity in biofilms formed in water columns overlying uranium mine tailings, culture-dependent and culture-independent methods were employed. High-throughput sequencing revealed the presence of 11 phyla; however, the majority of the sequences were affiliated with four major lineages (Proteobacteria, Bacteroidetes, Actinobacteria and Firmicutes) as confirmed by culture-based methods. Dominant phylotypes were closely related to methylotrophs (Methylobacterium) and bacterial groups able to utilize complex hydrocarbons (Aquabacterium and Dechloromonas). Microbial diversity in biofilms from the 13 m depth was significantly different that in biofilms from 1 to 41 m (P < 0·05). Phylotypes closely related to iron-reducing bacteria were identified at each depth; whereas sulphate-, thio-sulphate-, sulphite- and sulphur-reducing bacteria, at low abundance, were only detected at lower depths. Confocal scanning laser microscopy (CSLM) was used to investigate polymer quantity and composition of the biofilm components, and principal component analysis of the CLSM data revealed that the relative abundance of α-L-fucose and N-acetyl-glucosamine/lipopolysaccharide residues separated tailings-water interface biofilms from those from other depths. Reduced (ferrous) iron was detected within all the biofilm samples examined by scanning X-ray transmission microscopy. CONCLUSIONS: Microbial communities within the water column covering a highly alkaline uranium tailings body form biofilms with microenvironments where iron reduction takes place. SIGNIFICANCE AND IMPACT OF THE STUDY: This study demonstrates the biogeochemical potential of microbial biofilm communities in the water column covering an alkaline uranium tailings body; specifically, the nature of the bacterial groups detected (Aquabacterium, Dechloromonas) and the presence of reduced iron suggest that complex hydrocarbons are available for bacterial growth and geochemical change, such as iron reduction, can occur even though the system bulk phase is predominantly oxic.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1111/jam.12593"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "24995828"}], "author": ["Lawrence J R", "Khan N H", "Warner J", "Bondici V F", "Yergeau E", "Swerhone G D W", "Dynes J J", "Wolfaardt G M", "Korber D R"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::f4b505159ad8a68d6e5aa04296aac19e", "title": ["Biogeochemical activity of microbial biofilms in the water column overlying uranium mine tailings."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["International Union of Crystallography (IUCr)"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::04fdd46850256270cc797c1008249619", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/ccvldg8", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "In the centrosymmetric title complex, [Ni(C7H6NO2)2(H2O)2], the NiII atom, located on an inversion center, is six-coordinated in a distorted octa­hedral geometry defined by two N and four O atoms from the two chelating 2-(2-pyrid­yl)acetate ligands and two aqua ligands. The mol­ecules form a three-dimensional framework by O—H⋯O hydrogen bonds and aromatic π–π stacking inter­actions, with a centroid–centroid distance of 3.506 (3) A.", "author": ["Huang Rong", "Li Hao-Liang", "Zhou Hong", "Zhao Lei"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1107/s1600536810030904"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::90b5753cbb85419055da70fab337c257", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"trans-Diaquabis2-(2-pyridyl)acetato-κ2N,Onickel(II)\""], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["American Meteorological Society"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isVariantFormOf", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|datacite____::45a0c9a0b9a8921ecf9c96f7abdd5140", "id": {"identifier": "10.7916/d8jq10z5", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "The El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phenomenon significantly impacts rainfall and ensuing crop yields in many parts of the world. In Australia, El Nino events are often associated with severe drought conditions. However, El Nino events differ spatially and temporally in their manifestations and impacts, reducing the relevance of ENSO-based seasonal forecasts. In this analysis, three putative types of El Nino are identified among the 24 occurrences since the beginning of the twentieth century. The three types are based on coherent spatial patterns (footprints) found in the El Nino impact on Australian wheat yield. This bioindicator reveals aligned spatial patterns in rainfall anomalies, indicating linkage to atmospheric drivers. Analysis of the associated ocean-atmosphere dynamics identifies three types of El Nino differing in the timing of onset and location of major ocean temperature and atmospheric pressure anomalies. Potential causal mechanisms associated with these differences in anomaly patterns need to be investigated further using the increasing capabilities of general circulation models. Any improved predictability would be extremely valuable in forecasting effects of individual El Nino events on agricultural systems.", "author": ["Stone R. C.", "Potgieter A. B.", "Hammer G. L.", "Meinke H.", "Goddard L."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1175/jcli3349.1"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::52570fca5bd7d36a6f24a62a8284496d", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["Three Putative Types of El Niño Revealed by Spatial Variability in Impact on Australian Wheat Yield"], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["PloS one"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "pubmed______"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::e69d8e7efa3c8cc1936863b07799d605", "id": {"identifier": "jx867116", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::5c9ea52161dd4cda3d77574f4f1a031e", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::d6c702bd8ebe83110a6b604efe590c87", "id": {"identifier": "jx867113", "schema": "ena"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::917a0d87a6b3c4fd4cca691971974b19", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Transcription factors in the CNC-bZIP family (NFE2, NRF1, NRF2 and NRF3) regulate genes with a wide range of functions in response to both physiological and exogenous signals, including those indicating changes in cellular redox status. Given their role in helping to maintain cellular homeostasis, it is imperative to understand the expression, regulation, and function of CNC-bZIP genes during embryonic development. We explored the expression and function of six nrf genes (nfe2, nrf1a, nrf1b, nrf2a, nrf2b, and nrf3) using zebrafish embryos as a model system. Analysis by microarray and quantitative RT-PCR showed that genes in the nrf family were expressed throughout development from oocytes to larvae. The spatial expression of nrf3 suggested a role in regulating the development of the brain, brachia and pectoral fins. Knock-down by morpholino anti-sense oligonucleotides suggested that none of the genes were necessary for embryonic viability, but nfe2 was required for proper cellular organization in the pneumatic duct and subsequent swim bladder function, as well as for proper formation of the otic vesicles. nrf genes were induced by the oxidant tert-butylhydroperoxide, and some of this response was regulated through family members Nrf2a and Nrf2b. Our results provide a foundation for understanding the role of nrf genes in normal development and in regulating the response to oxidative stress in vertebrate embryos.", "author": ["Stegeman, John J.", "Timme-Laragy Alicia R", "Goldstone Jared V", "Stegeman John J", "Smolowitz Roxanna M", "Goldstone, Jared V.", "Timme-Laragy, Alicia R.", "Hahn, Mark E.", "Smolowitz, Roxanna M.", "Mcarthur, Andrew G.", "Williams, Larissa M.", "Williams Larissa M", "McArthur Andrew G", "Hahn Mark E"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pmid", "id": "24298298"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "24298298"}, {"type": "doi", "id": "10.1371/journal.pone.0079574"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::3e027f98fdae2c00dcc5eb8342e34487", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2013-10-24"], "title": ["Developmental expression of the Nfe2-related factor (Nrf) transcription factor family in the zebrafish, Danio rerio."], "relatedDatasets": 4}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Molecular biology and evolution"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::3b5246cfdf06ed26a366a3d8648e4dda", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::091d752bce395e201e6bbc43b0d89ec3", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Members of the CYCLOIDEA (CYC)/TEOSINTE-BRANCHED1 (TB1) group of transcription factors have been implicated in the evolution of zygomorphic (i.e., bilaterally symmetric) flowers in Antirrhinum and Lotus and the loss of branching phenotype during the domestication of maize. The composite inflorescences of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L. Asteraceae) contain both zygomorphic and actinomorphic (i.e., radially symmetric) florets (rays and disks, respectively), and the cultivated sunflower has evolved an unbranched phenotype in response to domestication from its highly branched wild progenitor; hence, genes related to CYC/TB1 are of great interest in this study system. We identified 10 members of the CYC/TB1 gene family in sunflower, which is more than found in any other species investigated to date. Phylogenetic analysis indicates that these genes occur in 3 distinct clades, consistent with previous research in other eudicot species. A combination of dating the duplication events and linkage mapping indicates that only some of the duplications were associated with polyploidization. Cosegregation between CYC-like genes and branching-related quantitative trait loci suggest a minor, if any, role for these genes in conferring differences in branching. However, the expression patterns of one gene suggest a possible role in the development of ray versus disk florets. Molecular evolutionary analyses reveal that residues in the conserved domains were the targets of positive selection following gene duplication. Taken together, these results indicate that gene duplication and functional divergence have played a major role in diversification of the sunflower CYC gene family.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "18390478"}, {"type": "doi", "id": "10.1093/molbev/msn001"}], "author": ["Leebens-Mack James H", "Chapman Mark A", "Burke John M"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::e4fa86b96c5fc448af1cf7e87f83bf72", "title": ["Positive selection and expression divergence following gene duplication in the sunflower CYCLOIDEA gene family."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Wiley-Blackwell"], "doiRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isSupplementedBy", "collectedFrom": "Datasets in Datacite", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::a0a33231373a55acf7997657c752b5e5", "id": {"identifier": "10.5517/cc118hqj", "schema": "doi"}}], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010197"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "Datasets in Datacite", "datasourceId": "dli_________::datacite"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [], "abstract": "Abstract#R##N##R##N#Pentaarylpyridines were conveniently prepared in one step by pentafold Suzuki–Miyaura reactions of pentachloropyridine. Moreover, site selective reactions were performed, leading to various substituted arylpyridines. Pentaarylpyridines were studied in detail by means of DFT calculations and by optical spectroscopy.", "author": ["Spannenberg Anke", "Lochbrunner Stefan", "Ehlers Peter", "Kühn Oliver", "Reimann Sebastian", "Kohse Stefanie", "Ghochikyan Tariel V.", "Petrosyan Andranik", "Ludwig Ralf", "Saghyan Ashot S.", "Langer Peter", "Surkus Annette E."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1002/adsc.201400164"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::812710b9b5d9597ab6508f9fbcbb1e08", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Site Selective Synthesis of PentaarylpyridinesviaMultiple Suzuki-Miyaura Cross-Coupling Reactions\""], "relatedDatasets": 1}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Developmental biology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::51de13124eb3a02c29b5fba714a030df", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::2759dff5eb168a1542cd3548d20d3ccc", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: We report the cloning, characterization, and targeting of an Sp1-related zinc finger transcription factor gene from the distal arm of mouse chromosome 12. This gene, previously identified in rats and humans and designated sp4, is homologous to the Drosophila buttonhead (btd) gene, which is expressed in the head region of developing flies. Similarly, in situ hybridizations show that sp4 is highly expressed in mouse embryos in the developing central nervous system (CNS). Expression of sp4 is seen as early as Day 9 of development, where transcripts are abundant in the posterior neuropore. Expression in later embryos is detected throughout the CNS as well as in other structures, including the nasal mucosa, the vomeronasal organ, the epithelium of the lung and intestinal tract, the testes, and the developing teeth. Northern blot analysis showed sp4 expression in the adult brain and other tissues. Gene targeting by homologous recombination was used to determine the role of sp4 during mouse development. Two-thirds of homozygous mutants die within the first few days after birth and those that survive are smaller than their wild-type littermates. While fertility of the female mutants appears normal, homozygous mutant males do not breed, despite having histologically intact testes containing mature sperm. sp4/sp4 mutant males fail to copulate, indicating that this gene is required for normal male reproductive behavior.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "8660867"}], "author": ["Supp D M", "Smith E P", "Branford W W", "Witte D P", "Potter S S"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::40846222a8cd0de81aa21136da83c918", "title": ["Sp4, a member of the Sp1-family of zinc finger transcription factors, is required for normal murine growth, viability, and male fertility."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Applied and environmental microbiology"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "pubmed______"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::376c91aaa560b1968df82f04fb846267", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::ec523d69e331897eb89c95919ac9262d", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|dli_resolver::12ae3202380e1800c5140e4debd12a05", "id": {"identifier": "eu883966", "schema": "ena"}}], "abstract": "None: Nearly all high-molecular-weight (HMW) dissolved organic nitrogen and part of the particulate organic nitrogen in the deep sea are present in hydrolysis-resistant amides, and so far the mechanisms of biodegradation of these types of nitrogen have not been resolved. The M12 family is the second largest family in subclan MA(M) of Zn-containing metalloproteases and includes most enzymes from animals and only one enzyme (flavastacin) from a human-pathogenic bacterium (Flavobacterium meningosepticum). Here, we characterized the novel M12 protease myroilysin with elastinolytic activity and collagen-swelling ability from the newly described deep-sea bacterium Myroides profundi D25. Myroilysin is a monomer enzyme with 205 amino acid residues and a molecular mass of 22,936 Da. It has the same conserved residues at the four zinc ligands as astacin and very low levels of identity (<or=40%) to other metalloproteases, indicating that it is a novel metalloprotease belonging to subfamily M12A. Myroilysin had broad specificity and much higher elastinolytic activity than the bacterial elastinase pseudolysin. To our knowledge, it is the first reported elastase in the M12 family. Although it displayed very low activity with collagen, myroilysin had strong collagen-swelling ability and played a synergistic role with collagenase in collagen hydrolysis. It can be speculated that myroilysin synergistically interacts with other enzymes in its in situ biotic assemblage and that it may play an important role in the degradation of deep-sea HMW organic nitrogen.", "author": ["Bai-Cheng Zhou", "Bian Fei", "Zhao Guo-Yan", "Hai-Lun He", "Bin-Bin Xie", "Zhang Yu-Zhong", "Hui-Lin Zhao", "Guo-Yan Zhao", "He Hai-Lun", "Zhou Bai-Cheng", "Yu-Zhong Zhang", "Xie Bin-Bin", "Xiu-Lan Chen", "Chen Xiu-Lan", "Zhao Hui-Lin", "Fei Bian"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1128/aem.02285-08"}, {"type": "pmid", "id": "19201976"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "19201976"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::c9b4accba67a4da0f1dd9b1e82377dd4", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2009-02-05"], "title": ["Ecological function of myroilysin, a novel bacterial M12 metalloprotease with elastinolytic activity and a synergistic role in collagen hydrolysis, in biodegradation of deep-sea high-molecular-weight organic nitrogen."], "relatedDatasets": 3}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Vaccine"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::e0f91ffaefdbc00059c942414325d7ca", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::63548a74d783e1a192a810d89e9b2837", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: Two mutants (ts1 and ts651) with a temperature sensitive defect in the intracellular transport of the haemagglutinin from the rough endoplasmic reticulum to the plasma membrane have been analysed. Nucleotide sequencing of the haemagglutinin revealed with each mutant two point mutations that are located in the stem region of the molecule.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "3840634"}], "author": ["Klenk H D", "Garten W", "Schuy W", "Scholtissek C", "Naruse H", "Kuroda K"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::0be476246dd523a6d5eaece5a5570121", "title": ["Haemagglutinin transport mutants."], "relatedDatasets": 2}
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In the present study, we characterize the B. breve UCC 2003 clpP locus, which consists of two paralogous genes, designated clpP1 and clpP2, whose deduced protein products display significant similarity to characterized ClpP peptidases. Transcriptional analyses showed that the clpP1 and clpP2 genes are transcribed in response to moderate heat shock as a bicistronic unit with a single promoter. The role of a clgR homologue, known to control the regulation of clpP gene expression in Streptomyces lividans and Corynebacterium glutamicum, was investigated by gel mobility shift assays and DNase I footprint experiments. We show that ClgR, which in its purified form appears to exist as a dimer, requires a proteinaceous cofactor to assist in specific binding to a 30-bp region of the clpP promoter region. In pull-down experiments, a 56-kDa protein copurified with ClgR, providing evidence that the two proteins also interact in vivo and that the copurified protein represents the cofactor required for ClgR activity. The prediction of the ClgR three-dimensional structure provides further insights into the binding mode of this protein to the clpP1 promoter region and highlights the key amino acid residues believed to be involved in the protein-DNA interaction.", "author": ["Carlos Canchaya", "Zhang Ziding", "Marco Ventura", "Douwe van Sinderen", "Ventura Marco", "Canchaya Carlos", "Kenny, John G.", "Cronin Michelle", "Fitzgerald Gerald F", "Fitzgerald, Gerald F.", "Kenny John G", "van Sinderen Douwe", "Michelle Cronin", "Ziding Zhang"], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pmid", "id": "16321946"}, {"type": "pbmid", "id": "16321946"}], "id": "50|dedup_wf_001::0186c8127d6ccd3fd9642972ee7dead8", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": ["2005-12-01"], "title": ["The ClgR protein regulates transcription of the clpP operon in Bifidobacterium breve UCC 2003."], "relatedDatasets": 26}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["American Chemical Society (ACS)"], "doiRels": [], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "Crossref", "datasourceId": "dli_________::crossref"}, {"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "RCSB", "datasourceId": "dli_________::r3d100010327"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "unknown", "collectedFrom": "RCSB", "dnetId": "60|dedup_wf_001::87efb54bc603b80fdf62a242b1072751", "id": {"identifier": "2onb", "schema": "pdb"}}], "abstract": "Thymidylate synthase (TS) catalyzes the reaction in which the nucleotide deoxyuridylate (dUMP) is reductively methylated by the folate co-substrate 5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate (CH2H4folate) to form thymidylate (TMP) and dihydrofolate (1). Substrates are bound in an ordered manner, with dUMP binding at the active site prior to CH2H4PteGlu. A cysteine residue (Cys195 in hTS) at the active site attacks the 6-position of the pyrimidine base of the nucleotide, resulting in the formation of a covalent bond between TS and the nucleotide and activating the 5-position of the nucleotide for subsequent covalent-bond formation with the C-11 substituent of CH2H4folate (reviewed in 2–4). The enzyme is the sole source of de novo synthesized thymidylate and its inhibition leads to apoptosis of rapidly dividing cells such as cancer cells, an effect sometimes referred to as thymineless death (5). This phenomenon is exploited in therapeutic protocols utilizing TS inhibitors, such as raltitrexed, pemetrexed or pro-drugs such as 5-fluorouracil and 5-fluorodeoxyuridine that are metabolized to TS inhibitors. The inhibitors are either nucleotide analogs such as 5-fluorodeoxyuridylate (FdUMP) or folate analogues that are collectively referred to as antifolates. The effectiveness of TS-directed chemotherapy is often limited by emerging resistance, which usually arises from an increase in intracellular TS protein levels by a factor of 2–4 (reviewed in 6). Two major mechanisms leading to increased hTS levels have been proposed. In one mechanism, the intracellular turnover of hTS protein is decreased upon formation of inhibitory complexes with drugs (6, 7). The other mechanism is related to hTS protein binding to its own mRNA and inhibiting its translation. The formation of inhibitory complexes by hTS competes with mRNA binding and thus reduces the translational repression of hTS (reviewed in 8, 9). This effect is reversed in some other species (10).#R##N##R##N#Human TS differs from bacterial TS in three regions: the N-terminus of hTS is extended by 28–29 residues and two insertions of 12 and eight residues are present at positions 117 and 146 of hTS, respectively (2). The crystal structure of hTS has been initially determined using crystals obtained at high ammonium sulfate concentrations (11, 12). At these conditions the active-site loop 181–197 is in a conformation different from that observed in bacterial TS. Since this conformation places Cys195, a residue crucial for catalytic activity, outside the active site, the conformer must be inactive. Another characteristic feature is that loop 108–129, which contains one of the eukaryotic inserts, was disordered. There were four sulfate ions bound per subunit, which appeared to stabilize the inactive conformer. Studies of a truncated version of hTS (13) and an inhibitory complex of hTS with dUMP and raltitrexed (14) yielded high-resolution structures of hTS with loop 181–197 in the active conformation. In these structures, determined at low salt concentration, loop 108–129 was ordered. Later studies showed that also at low salt, 30 mM ammonium sulfate, hTS adopts the inactive conformation with loop 108–129 disordered (15). Intrinsic fluorescence studies of hTS showed that in solution there is equilibrium between the active and inactive conformers and that the presence of phosphate or sulfate ions drives the equilibrium towards the inactive conformation, while dUMP, a substrate, drives it towards the active conformation (12). It was proposed that the stabilization of the inactive conformation may be used to achieve hTS inhibition (11) and was argued that it may yield therapeutic outcomes superior to those of classical active-site-directed inhibitors as it may not lead to increased levels of TS (12; 16).#R##N##R##N#The enzyme is a dimer of two identical subunits, which generate an asymmetry upon substrate/ligand binding (17). The negative cooperativity between subunits strongly depends on inhibitors (18) and the source of the enzyme. Among many structural studies of inhibitory complexes of TS only one reports a structure of the enzyme with an inhibitor bound in only one subunit; Pneumocystis carini TS (PcTS) binds an antifolate, CB3717, with Kd values which differ by a factor of 8000 between the subunits and crystallized with one subunit forming a ternary inhibitory complex PcTS•dUMP• CB3717 while the other active site contained only loosely bound dUMP (19).#R##N##R##N#Here we report studies which indicate that cooperativity between the hTS subunits is not limited to substrate or substrate analogues binding but also is reflected in the binding of molecules that affect equilibrium between the active and inactive conformations of loop 181–197.", "author": ["Lebioda ", "Gibson Lydia M.", "Lovelace Leslie L."], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "doi", "id": "10.1021/bi061309j"}], "id": "50|dli_resolver::ba2765ea6e1030fa3d3ed369334bc8ec", "relatedPublications": 0, "date": [""], "title": ["\"Cooperative Inhibition of Human Thymidylate Synthase by Mixtures of Active Site Binding and Allosteric Inhibitors†,‡\""], "relatedDatasets": 1}
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{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::06df2d739029f5bb9b371ec16b846536", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::af5dc7b41ef4d904b948bd22b0e720bf", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}, {"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::5b6ea098975dce0b060ae5e2491db1ad", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: A Gram-staining-positive, filamentous bacterium, which developed large globose sporangia at the ends of long sporangiophores on aerial mycelium, was isolated from dry soil collected in a deciduous forest in Thailand. The cell-wall peptidoglycan of the novel bacterium, which was designated strain A-T 1846(T), contained meso-diaminopimelic acid and the whole-cell sugars comprised rhamnose, ribose, mannose, glucose and galactose. The predominant menaquinone was MK-9(H(4)). Mycolic acids were not detected. The identified phospholipids were phosphatidylmethylethanolamine, phosphatidylethanolamine, hydroxyphosphatidylethanolamine, phosphatidylinositol, phosphatidylglycerol and diphosphatidylglycerol. The predominant cellular fatty acids were iso-C(16:0), iso-C(16 : 0) 2-OH and C(16 : 0) 10-methyl. The G+C content of the genomic DNA was 72 mol%. The phenotypic and chemotaxonomic characteristics of the novel strain resembled those of established members of the genus Kutzneria. Phylogenetic analyses based on 16S rRNA gene sequences also indicated that this strain belonged to the genus Kutzneria but as a representative of a putative novel species. In hybridization experiments, the DNA-DNA relatedness values recorded between the novel strain and established members of the genus Kutzneria all fell well below 70 %. Based on the phenotypic, chemotaxonomic and genotypic evidence and the results of the DNA-DNA hybridizations, strain A-T 1846(T) represents a novel species in the genus Kutzneria, for which the name Kutzneria buriramensis sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is A-T 1846(T) (=BCC 29373(T) =NBRC 107931(T)). An emended description of the genus Kutzneria is provided.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "22328609"}, {"type": "doi", "id": "10.1099/ijs.0.036533-0"}], "author": ["Tamura Tomohiko", "Suriyachadkun Chanwit", "Chunhametha Suwanee", "Ngaemthao Wipaporn", "Sanglier Jean-Jacques"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::1b8ad2dd89f832d87ddd4c7d38ec128d", "title": ["Kutzneria buriramensis sp. nov., isolated from soil, and emended description of the genus Kutzneria."], "relatedDatasets": 3}
{"typology": "publication", "publisher": ["Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America"], "datasources": [{"completionStatus": "incomplete", "datasourceName": "European Nucleotide Archive", "datasourceId": "r3d100010527"}, {"completionStatus": "complete", "datasourceName": "PubMed", "datasourceId": "dli_________::pubmed"}], "relatedUnknown": 0, "externalRels": [{"relationSemantic": "isRelatedTo", "collectedFrom": "European Nucleotide Archive", "dnetId": "60|r3d100010527::697961ea6420d574f66257a8b15fda87", "id": {"identifier": "", "schema": "url"}}], "abstract": "None: The chromosomal translocations found in many B-cell tumors result in the joining of a c-myc oncogene with an immunoglobulin heavy chain switch region. This finding is striking because the natural function of switch regions is to mediate DNA rearrangements important to the maturation of immune responses. These normal switch rearrangements are probably mediated by specific enzymes. In this paper we report the isolation of the two reciprocal products of a recombination between a c-myc gene on murine chromosome 15 and an immunoglobulin switch region (S mu S gamma 2b) on chromosome 12. We have determined the sequences of these DNA molecules near the recombination sites and show that the recombination is nearly perfectly reciprocal, with a seven-nucleotide deletion. An examination of the sequences reported in this paper, and of sequences published by other authors, shows a correlation between the points of recombination for c-myc-S segment rearrangements and for normal heavy chain switches. We suggest that this correlation implies a role for switch recombination enzymes in creating substrates for the c-myc recombination. The c-myc gene also seems to share some limited homology to sequences thought to be important in heavy chain switching. Finally, we discuss a working model that accounts for some characteristics of c-myc-S segment recombinations. The model also suggests a mechanism for increased transcriptional activity of the rearranged c-myc oncogene in B-cell tumors.", "doiRels": [], "localIdentifier": [{"type": "pbmid", "id": "6316351"}], "author": ["Dery C", "Dunnick W", "Shell B E"], "relatedPublications": 0, "id": "50|r3d100010527::ef72c46d3f8a820c09c8a400c3850b28", "title": ["DNA sequences near the site of reciprocal recombination between a c-myc oncogene and an immunoglobulin switch region."], "relatedDatasets": 1}
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