Schlagwort-Archive: Gnathostomata

Neue Literatur bis einschließlich Dezember 2013, Teil 3

Und weiter. Erläuterungen s. Teil 1 und 2.

Castillo-Morales A et al. (2013): Increased brain size in mammals is associated with size variations in gene families with cell signalling, chemotaxis and immune-related functions (Open Access) T5

Sachs JL et al. (2013): Evolutionary origins and diversification of proteobacterial mutualists (Abstract) T5

Castro LF et al. (2013): Recurrent gene loss correlates with the evolution of stomach phenotypes in gnathostome history (Abstract) T5

Liu B et al. (2013): Maternal hematopoietic TNF, via milk chemokines, programs hippocampal development and memory (Abstract) T4
Dazu auch: Breast Milk Programs Memory Skills

Palmer C (2013): Ye Old Parasites – Evidence of early-13th-century intestinal worms found in a medieval castle latrine yields clues about the lives and deaths of crusaders. T5

Kretschmer A (2013): Wirtskörper mit Vollpension. Endoparasiten genießen sichere Unterkunft und unbegrenzte Nahrung T3, T5

Vence T (2013): Gut Flora Boost Cancer Therapies. Germ-free or antibiotic-treated mice fare worse than those with rich gut microbiomes during cancer treatment, two studies show. T4

Raghavan M et al. (2013): Upper Palaeolithic Siberian genome reveals dual ancestry of Native Americans (Abstract) T5
Dazu auch: Europäer als Urahnen der Indianer? Genanalyse eines 24.000 Jahre alten sibirischen Kindes wirft Amerikas Vorgeschichte durcheinander. T5

Kokolus KM et al. (2013): Baseline tumor growth and immune control in laboratory mice are significantly influenced by subthermoneutral housing temperature (Open Access) T3
Dazu auch: Temperature-Dependent Immunity. Scientists show that mice housed at room temperature are less able to fight tumors.