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Subfunctionalization of the salmonid myostatin gene family
Myostatin is a potent negative regulator of striated muscle growth in mammals, although its function in other vertebrates is not well known and is believed to be far more diverse. Previous phylogenetic analyses have ...
Identification of genetic regions associated with tolerance and Infection to Johne's Disease in cattle using a fine-mapping approach
Johne's disease is an incurable illness of ruminants, caused by Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (Map). Once an animal is exposed to Map it can become infected or resist infection. Susceptible animals may ...
"This is the citizen journalism at its finest!": YouTube and the public sphere in the Oscar Grant shooting incident
On 1 January 2009, Oscar GrantÃ Ã Â¢ s death at the hands of Rail Transit officers was recorded by passengers on their cellphones and later uploaded to YouTube. The videos generated significant protests among online and ...
The ACRE Program: should farmers participate?