An order of insect eating MAMMALS including MOLES; SHREWS; HEDGEHOGS and tenrecs.
A genus of the family Muridae consisting of eleven species. C. migratorius, the grey or Armenian hamster, and C. griseus, the Chinese hamster, are the two species used in biomedical research.

Expression cloning for arsenite-resistance resulted in isolation of tumor-suppressor fau cDNA: possible involvement of the ubiquitin system in arsenic carcinogenesis. (1/7520)

Arsenic is a human carcinogen whose mechanism of action is unknown. Previously, this laboratory demonstrated that arsenite acts as a comutagen by interfering with DNA repair, although a specific DNA repair enzyme sensitive to arsenite has not been identified. A number of stable arsenite-sensitive and arsenite-resistant sublines of Chinese hamster V79 cells have now been isolated. In order to gain understanding of possible targets for arsenite's action, one arsenite-resistant subline, As/R28A, was chosen as a donor for a cDNA expression library. The library from arsenite-induced As/R28A cells was transfected into arsenite-sensitive As/S5 cells, and transfectants were selected for arsenite-resistance. Two cDNAs, asr1 and asr2, which confer arsenite resistance to arsenite-hypersensitive As/S5 cells as well as to wild-type cells, were isolated. asr1 shows almost complete homology with the rat fau gene, a tumor suppressor gene which contains a ubiquitin-like region fused to S30 ribosomal protein. Arsenite was previously shown to inhibit ubiquitin-dependent proteolysis. These results suggest that the tumor suppressor fau gene product or some other aspect of the ubiquitin system may be a target for arsenic toxicity and that disruption of the ubiquitin system may contribute to the genotoxicity and carcinogenicity of arsenite.  (+info)

Initiation of DNA replication at the Chinese hamster origin oriGNAI3 relies on local sequences and/or chromatin structures, but not on transcription of the nearby GNAI3 gene. (2/7520)

We recently identified a region of preferential replication initiation, oriGNAI3, near the 3' end of the Chinese hamster GNAI3 gene. oriGNAI3 is co-amplified in mutants selected for AMPD2 amplification, a process generating chromosomal rearrangements. In this report we have taken advantage of cell lines with truncated and translocated amplified units to show that these rearrangements do not alter the function of ori GNAI3. These results indicate that replication initiation at this locus relies essentially on local features. Interestingly, the study of one line in which a rearrangement has disrupted the GNAI3 gene shows that ongoing transcription of this gene is not required for initiation at oriGNAI3. In order to obtain further insight into the sequences and/or chromatin structures required for oriGNAI3 function, we have analyzed the DNase I sensitivity and nucleotide sequence of the region. The features important for replication initiation appear to cluster in a 7-12 kb region which includes oriGNAI3.  (+info)

N-dansyl-S-nitrosohomocysteine a fluorescent probe for intracellular thiols and S-nitrosothiols. (3/7520)

The fluorescence emission spectrum of N-dansyl-S-nitrosohomocysteine was enhanced approximately 8-fold upon removal of the NO group either by photolysis or by transnitrosation with free thiols like glutathione. The fluorescence enhancement was reversible in that it could be quenched in the presence of excess S-nitrosoglutathione. Attempts were then made to utilize N-dansyl-S-nitrosohomocysteine as an intracellular probe of thiols/S-nitrosothiols. Fluorescence microscopy of fibroblasts in culture indicated that intracellular N-dansyl-S-nitrosohomocysteine levels reached a maximum within 5 min. N-Dansyl-S-nitrosohomocysteine fluorescence was directly proportional to intracellular GSH levels, directly determined with HPLC. N-Dansyl-S-nitrosohomocysteine preloaded cells were also sensitive to S-nitrosoglutathione uptake as the intracellular fluorescence decreased as a function of time upon exposure to extracellular S-nitrosoglutathione.  (+info)

NHE2 contains subdomains in the COOH terminus for growth factor and protein kinase regulation. (4/7520)

The cloned epithelial cell-specific Na+/H+ exchanger (NHE) isoform NHE2 is stimulated by fibroblast growth factor (FGF), phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate (PMA), okadaic acid (OA), and fetal bovine serum (FBS) through a change in maximal velocity of the transporter. In the present study, we used COOH-terminal truncation mutants to delineate specific domains in the COOH terminus of NHE2 that are responsible for growth factor and/or protein kinase regulation. Five truncation mutants (designated by the amino acid number at the truncation site) were stably expressed in NHE-deficient PS120 fibroblasts. The effects of PMA, FGF, OA, FBS, and W-13 [a Ca2+/calmodulin (CaM) inhibitor] were studied. Truncation mutant E2/660, but not E2/573, was stimulated by PMA. OA stimulated E2/573 but not E2/540. FGF stimulated E2/540 but not E2/499. The most truncated mutant, E2/499, was stimulated by FBS. W-13 stimulated the basal activity of the wild-type NHE2. However, W-13 had no effect on E2/755. By monitoring the emission spectra of dansylated CaM fluorescence, we showed that dansylated CaM bound directly to a purified fusion protein of glutathione S-transferase and the last 87 amino acids of NHE2 in a Ca2+-dependent manner, with a stoichiometry of 1:1 and a dissociation constant of 300 nM. Our results showed that the COOH terminus of NHE2 is organized into separate stimulatory and inhibitory growth factor/protein kinase regulatory subdomains. This organization of growth factor/protein kinase regulatory subdomains is very similar to that of NHE3, suggesting that the tertiary structures of the putative COOH termini of NHE2 and NHE3 are very similar despite the minimal amino acid identity in this part of the two proteins.  (+info)

The NDUFA1 gene product (MWFE protein) is essential for activity of complex I in mammalian mitochondria. (5/7520)

The MWFE polypeptide of mammalian complex I (the proton-translocating NADH-quinone oxidoreductase) is 70 amino acids long, and it is predicted to be a membrane protein. The NDUFA1 gene encoding the MWFE polypeptide is located on the X chromosome. This polypeptide is 1 of approximately 28 "accessory proteins" identified in complex I, which is composed of 42 unlike subunits. It was considered accessory, because it is not one of the 14 polypeptides making up the core complex I; a homologous set of 14 polypeptides can make a fully functional proton-translocating NADH-quinone oxidoreductase in prokaryotes. One MWFE mutant has been identified and isolated from a collection of respiration-deficient Chinese hamster cell mutants. The CCL16-B2 mutant has suffered a deletion that would produce a truncated and abnormal MWFE protein. In these mutant cells, complex I activity is reduced severely (<10%). Complementation with hamster NDUFA1 cDNA restored the rotenone-sensitive complex I activity of these mutant cells to approximately 100% of the parent cell activity. Thus, it is established that the MWFE polypeptide is absolutely essential for an active complex I in mammals.  (+info)

The peroxin Pex14p. cDNA cloning by functional complementation on a Chinese hamster ovary cell mutant, characterization, and functional analysis. (6/7520)

Rat cDNA encoding a 376-amino acid peroxin was isolated by functional complementation of a peroxisome-deficient Chinese hamster ovary cell mutant, ZP110, of complementation group 14 (CG14). The primary sequence showed 28 and 24% amino acid identity with the yeast Pex14p from Hansenula polymorpha and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, respectively; therefore, we termed this cDNA rat PEX14 (RnPEX14). Human and Chinese hamster Pex14p showed 96 and 94% identity to rat Pex14p, except that both Pex14p comprised 377 amino acids. Pex14p was characterized as an integral membrane protein of peroxisomes, exposing its N- and C-terminal parts to the cytosol. Pex14p interacts with both Pex5p and Pex7p, the receptors for peroxisome targeting signal type 1 (PTS1) and PTS2, respectively, together with the receptors' cargoes, PTS1 and PTS2 proteins. Mutation in PEX14 from ZP161, the same CG as ZP110, was determined by reverse transcription-PCR as follows. A 133-base pair deletion at nucleotide residues 37-169 in one allele created a termination codon at 40-42; in addition to this mutation, 103 base pairs were deleted at positions 385-487, resulting in the second termination immediately downstream the second deletion site in the other allele. Neither of these two mutant forms of Pex14p restored peroxisome biogenesis in ZP110 and ZP161, thereby demonstrating PEX14 to be responsible for peroxisome deficiency in CG14.  (+info)

Characterization of the UDP-glucuronosyltransferases involved in the glucuronidation of an antithrombotic thioxyloside in rat and humans. (7/7520)

To investigate the glucuronidation on the hydroxyl group of carbohydrate-containing drugs, the in vitro formation of glucuronides on the thioxyloside ring of the antithrombotic drug, LF 4.0212, was followed in rat and human liver microsomes and with recombinant UDP-glucuronosyltransferases (UGT). The reaction revealed a marked regioselectivity in rat and humans. Human liver microsomes glucuronidated the compound mainly on the 2-hydroxyl position of the thioxyloside ring, whereas rat was able to form glucuronide on either the 2-, 3-, or 4- hydroxyl group of the molecule, although to a lower extent. LF 4.0212 was a much better substrate of human UGT than the rat enzyme (Vmax/Km 30.0 and 0.06 microl/min/mg, respectively). Phenobarbital, 3-methylcholanthrene, and clofibrate enhanced the glucuronidation of LF 4.0212 on positions 2, 3, and 4 of the thioxyloside ring, thus indicating that several UGT isoforms were involved in this process. The biosynthesis of the 2-O-glucuronide isomer was catalyzed by the human UGT1A9 and 2B4, but not by UGT1A6 and 2B11. By contrast, the rat liver recombinant UGT1A6 and 2B1 failed to form the 2-O-glucuronide isomers. From all the recombinant UGTs tested, none catalyzed the formation of the 3-O-glucuronide isomer. Interestingly, glucuronidation on the 4-position was found in all the metabolic competent V79 cell lines considered, including the nontransfected V79 cells, suggesting the presence of an endogenous UGT in fibroblasts able to actively glucuronidate the drug. This activity, which was nonsensitive to the inhibitory effect of 7,7,7-triphenylheptanoic acid, a potent UGT inhibitor, could reflect the existence of a different enzyme.  (+info)

Chinese hamster ovary cell mutants defective in glycosaminoglycan assembly and glucuronosyltransferase I. (8/7520)

The proteoglycans of animal cells typically contain one or more heparan sulfate or chondroitin sulfate chains. These glycosaminoglycans assemble on a tetrasaccharide primer, -GlcAbeta1, 3Galbeta1,3Galbeta1,4Xylbeta-O-, attached to specific serine residues in the core protein. Studies of Chinese hamster ovary cell mutants defective in the first or second enzymes of the pathway (xylosyltransferase and galactosyltransferase I) show that the assembly of the primer occurs by sequential transfer of single monosaccharide residues from the corresponding high energy nucleotide sugar donor to the non-reducing end of the growing chain. In order to study the other reactions involved in linkage tetrasaccharide assembly, we have devised a powerful selection method based on induced resistance to a mitotoxin composed of basic fibroblast growth factor-saporin. One class of mutants does not incorporate 35SO4 and [6-3H]GlcN into glycosaminoglycan chains. Incubation of these cells with naphthol-beta-D-xyloside (Xylbeta-O-Np) resulted in accumulation of linkage region intermediates containing 1 or 2 mol of galactose (Galbeta1, 4Xylbeta-O-Np and Galbeta1, 3Galbeta1, 4Xylbeta-O-Np) and sialic acid (Siaalpha2,3Galbeta1, 3Galbeta1, 4Xylbeta-O-Np) but not any GlcA-containing oligosaccharides. Extracts of the mutants completely lacked UDP-glucuronic acid:Galbeta1,3Gal-R glucuronosyltransferase (GlcAT-I) activity, as measured by the transfer of GlcA from UDP-GlcA to Galbeta1,3Galbeta-O-naphthalenemethanol (<0.2 versus 3.6 pmol/min/mg). The mutation most likely lies in the structural gene encoding GlcAT-I since transfection of the mutant with a cDNA for GlcAT-I completely restored enzyme activity and glycosaminoglycan synthesis. These findings suggest that a single GlcAT effects the biosynthesis of common linkage region of both heparan sulfate and chondroitin sulfate in Chinese hamster ovary cells.  (+info)

'Insectivora' is an outdated taxonomic grouping that was once used to classify small, insect-eating mammals. This order included shrews, moles, hedgehogs, and several other related species. However, modern molecular evidence has revealed that this grouping is not monophyletic, meaning it does not include all descendants of a common ancestor. As a result, the order Insectivora is no longer recognized in current taxonomy. Instead, these animals are now classified into several different orders based on their evolutionary relationships.

"Cricetulus" is a genus of rodents that includes several species of hamsters. These small, burrowing animals are native to Asia and have a body length of about 8-15 centimeters, with a tail that is usually shorter than the body. They are characterized by their large cheek pouches, which they use to store food. Some common species in this genus include the Chinese hamster (Cricetulus griseus) and the Daurian hamster (Cricetulus dauuricus). These animals are often kept as pets or used in laboratory research.

Some people consider the Chinese hamster (Cricetulus griseus) and the Chinese striped hamster (Cricetulus barabensis) different ... "Cricetulus ". Taxonomy browser. NCBI. Retrieved 15 November 2015. "Taxonomy of common rodent and rodent-like pets". Rat ... The Chinese striped hamster (Cricetulus barabensis), also known as the striped dwarf hamster, is a species of hamster. It is ... The Chinese striped hamster was first described in 1773 as Cricetulus barabensis by the German zoologist Peter Simon Pallas. ...
The Chinese hamster (Cricetulus griseus or Cricetulus barabensis griseus) is a rodent in the genus Cricetulus of the subfamily ... Some authorities consider the Chinese hamster (Cricetulus griseus) and the Chinese striped hamster (Cricetulus barabensis) ... "The Chinese hamster (Cricetulus barabensis)". napak.com. Archived from the original on 20 July 2006. Lianne, McLeod (15 August ... "Cricetulus". The NCBI taxonomy database. "SRS db query re 'Chinese hamster'". Columbia University. Retrieved 16 August 2009.[ ...
The long-tailed dwarf hamster (Cricetulus longicaudatus) is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found in China ... "Cricetulus longicaudatus". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2008: e.T5526A11264404. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2008.RLTS. ... Cricetulus, Rodents of Asia, Mammals described in 1867, Taxonomy articles created by Polbot). ...
Cricetulus sokolovi was previously attributed to C. barabensis obscurus, but was elevated to species status in 1988 due to ... Sokolov's dwarf hamster (Cricetulus sokolovi) is a species of rodent in the hamster and vole family Cricetidae. Previously ... Orlov, V.N. (1988). "A new species of hamsters-Cricetulus sokolovi sp. n.(Rodentia, Cricetidae) from People's Republic of ... Batsaikhan, N. & Smith, A.T. (2008). "Cricetulus sokolovi". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2008. Retrieved 14 October ...
The Lama dwarf hamster (Cricetulus lama) is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found only in the mountains of ... Cricetulus barabensis) but is rather smaller. It has a shorter tail and lacks the blackish markings on the dorsal fur and upper ... "Cricetulus lama". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2017: e.T136746A22391088. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2017-2.RLTS. ... Cricetulus, Endemic fauna of China, Rodents of China, Mammals described in 1905). ...
The Kam dwarf hamster (Cricetulus kamensis) is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found only in the mountains ... Cricetulus, Endemic fauna of China, Rodents of China, Mammals described in 1903, Taxa named by Konstantin Satunin, Taxonomy ... "Cricetulus kamensis". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2016: e.T5525A22391339. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2016-2.RLTS. ...
The Tibetan dwarf hamster (Cricetulus alticola) is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found not only in Tibet ... Molur, S. (2008). "Cricetulus alticola". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2008. Retrieved 17 November 2015.old-form url ... The behaviour of the Tibetan dwarf hamster is thought to be similar to that of the Kam dwarf hamster (Cricetulus kamensis) ... Cricetulus, Mammals described in 1917, Taxa named by Oldfield Thomas, Rodents of China, Rodents of India, Mammals of Nepal, ...
Batsaikhan, A.; Tinnin, D.; Lhagvasuren, B.; Sukhchuluun, G. (2008). "Cricetulus longicaudatus". IUCN Red List of Threatened ... Cricetulus longicaudatus) has recently been added to the list. Three species of snake have been recorded; Pallas's coluber, ...
Thomas described the type specimen in 1905 as Cricetulus campbelli. Synonyms for this species are Phodopus crepidatus and ... Oldfield, Thomas (1905). "A new Cricetulus from Mongolia". Journal of Natural History. 15 (87): 322-323. doi:10.1080/ ...
A species of rodent, Cricetulus sokolovi, was named after him. Also, a species of legless lizard, Ophisaurus sokolovi, was ...
Cricetulus migratorius was their next closest relative, and Tscherskia was basal. Although the Syrian hamster or golden hamster ... The results of another study suggest Cricetulus kamensis (and presumably the related C. alticola) might belong to either this ... Two of the three sampled species within Cricetulus represent the earliest split. This clade contains C. barabensis (and ... and two of the genus Cricetulus, the Chinese striped hamster (C. barabensis) and the Chinese hamster (C. griseus) have a dark ...
This protein has strong similarity to Mus musculus and Cricetulus griseus proteins. There is evidence for use of multiple ...
Cricetulus griseus Has no visible tail, or at most a very short tail typical of hamsters. Foot pads fur covered. Back without a ... first described the genus Phodopus in 1910, designating Cricetulus bedfordiae as its type species. (C. bedfordiae is the ... Species of Phodopus, together with members of the genera Cricetulus, Allocricetulus and Tscherskia are called dwarf hamsters ... and Cricetulus). Analysis of chromosomes supports these three lineages. Phodopus is sister to all other Cricetinae (meaning ...
2013). "Genomic landscapes of Chinese hamster ovary cell lines as revealed by the Cricetulus griseus draft genome". Nature ...
Originally thought to be part of the genus Cricetulus, it has recently been moved to its own genus, Nothocricetulus. The grey ...
Those bone residues belong to six species: Microtus (Microtus) obscurus, Ellobius lutescens, Cricetulus migratorius, Arvicola ...
Cricetulus griseus). Homologs have been identified in the closely related Long-tailed Dwarf Hamster (C. longicaudatus). ...
In the Transbaikal, the 24 g (0.85 oz) Chinese striped hamster (Cricetulus barabensis) was the main prey species, making up ...
Cricetulus Grey dwarf hamster, C. migratorius NT Subfamily: Arvicolinae Genus: Microtus Günther's vole, M. guentheri LC Family ...
CHO from the Cricetulus griseus hamster, and the HEK293 human kidney line. A common protist eukaryotic expression system is the ...
The AHL-1 (Armenian Hamster Lung-1) cell line is derived from the lung of a normal, adult, male Armenian hamster, Cricetulus ...
Cricetulus Grey dwarf hamster, Cricetulus migratorius LC Subfamily: Arvicolinae Genus: Clethrionomys Bank vole, Clethrionomys ...
Cricetulus griseus (Chinese hamster) Danio rerio (zebrafish) Dictyostelium discoideum AX4 (slime mold) Drosophila melanogaster ...
Cricetulus barabensis) and Roborovski dwarves (Phodopus roborovskii), alternatively with larger jirds, such as midday jirds ( ...
Cricetulus griseus), zebrafish (Danio rerio), horse (Equus caballus), the pufferfish(Fugu rubripes), chicken (Gallus gallus), ...
Cricetulus Grey dwarf hamster, Cricetulus migratorius LC Genus: Mesocricetus Turkish hamster, Mesocricetus brandti LC Subfamily ...
... cricetulus MeSH B01.150.900.649.865.635.150.500 - mesocricetus MeSH B01.150.900.649.865.635.150.630 - phodopus MeSH B01.150. ...
Cricetulus Tibetan dwarf hamster, Cricetulus alticola LC Subfamily: Arvicolinae Genus: Alticola Stoliczka's mountain vole, ...
Cricetulus Grey dwarf hamster, C. migratorius LC Genus: Cricetus European hamster, C. cricetus CR Genus: Mesocricetus Golden ...
1856 Trox cricetulus Ádám, 1994 "Trox". BioLib. Retrieved December 27, 2021. Nikolajev, G. V. (July 2016). "Taxonomic ...
... alticola - Tibetan dwarf hamster Cricetulus barabensis - Chinese striped hamster Cricetulus griseus - Chinese ... Kam dwarf hamster Cricetulus lama - Lama dwarf hamster Cricetulus longicaudatus - long-tailed dwarf hamster Cricetulus sokolovi ... Cricetulus is a genus of rodent in the family Cricetidae (voles and hamsters); it has seven member species that inhabit arid or ... Cricetulus, Rodent genera, Taxa named by Henri Milne-Edwards). ... and so are considered to be members of the genus Cricetulus by ...
Thomas Oldfield, "A new Cricetulus from Mongolia", Journal of Natural History (1905), 15 (87): 322-323 Marcel Cornis-Pope; John ...
Nedyalkov, N. (2016). Distribution and current status of Cricetulus migratorius (Mammalia: Cricetidae) in Bulgaria, with ...
... may refer to: Coregonus migratorius, a whitefish species Cricetulus migratorius, a rodent species Migratorius ...
Cricetulus alticola Chinese striped hamster, Cricetulus barabensis Kam dwarf hamster, Cricetulus kamensis Long-tailed dwarf ... hamster, Cricetulus longicaudatus Grey dwarf hamster, Cricetulus migratorius Sokolov's dwarf hamster, Cricetulus sokolovi Genus ...
Cricetulus Chinese striped hamster, Cricetulus barabensis LR/lc Genus: Tscherskia Greater long-tailed hamster, Tscherskia ...
Cricetulus griseus strain:CHO K1 cell line Cricetulus griseus strain:CHO K1 cell line. The Genomic Sequence of the Chinese ... Cricetulus griseus strain:CHO K1 cell line (Chinese hamster). The Genomic Sequence of the Chinese Hamster Ovary 1 (CHO) K1 cell ... Partridge MA et al., "The complete nucleotide sequence of Chinese hamster (Cricetulus griseus) mitochondrial DNA.", DNA Seq, ... Cricetulus griseus[Taxonomy ID: 10029]. Eukaryota; Metazoa; Chordata; Craniata; Vertebrata; Euteleostomi; Mammalia; Eutheria; ...
Cricetulus migratorius (Pallas, 1773) Guy G. Musser & Michael D. Carleton, 1993, Order Rodentia - Family Muridae, Mammal ...
Annotated by 2 databases (miRBase, RefSeq). Cricetulus griseus (Chinese hamster) cgr-miR-196a-5p sequence is a product of miR- ... This miRNA sequence is 22 nucleotides long and is found in Cricetulus griseus. ... Found in the Cricetulus griseus reference genome. Genome locations Sorry, there was a problem loading genome locations from ... Cricetulus griseus (Chinese hamster) cgr-miR-196a-5p URS00000DA6A7_10029 *22 nucleotides ...
Some people consider the Chinese hamster (Cricetulus griseus) and the Chinese striped hamster (Cricetulus barabensis) different ... "Cricetulus ". Taxonomy browser. NCBI. Retrieved 15 November 2015. "Taxonomy of common rodent and rodent-like pets". Rat ... The Chinese striped hamster (Cricetulus barabensis), also known as the striped dwarf hamster, is a species of hamster. It is ... The Chinese striped hamster was first described in 1773 as Cricetulus barabensis by the German zoologist Peter Simon Pallas. ...
Cricetulus triton nestor 0/9 Mus musculus yamashinai 0/17 Tamias sibiricus asiaticus 0/1 ...
Cricetulus * Cyclic GMP / metabolism * Drug Evaluation, Preclinical * Enzyme Activators / pharmacology * Enzyme Inhibitors / ...
Cricetulus * Cross-Linking Reagents / toxicity * DNA Damage / drug effects * DNA Damage / genetics* ...
Expression System: Cricetulus griseus. *Mutation(s): No *Deposited: 1997-12-22 Released: 1998-06-10 ...
Expression System: Cricetulus griseus. *Mutation(s): No *Deposited: 2004-03-26 Released: 2004-04-13 ...
Communist Hamster Cricetulus griseus leninus Valued Senior Member Messages:. 3,025. Damn these suicidal people. Why cant they ...
Communist Hamster Cricetulus griseus leninus Valued Senior Member Messages:. 3,025. Cant we have the old one back? ...
Cricetulus griseus. 100689017. 8128. Oreochromis niloticus. 100692789. 9597. Pan paniscus. 100989920. 9555. Papio anubis. ...
Cricetulus griseus. 100751321. 9555. Papio anubis. 100999364. 9669. Mustela putorius furo. 101674843. 59463. Myotis lucifugus. ...
Cricetulus griseus: A0A3L7HJ39; Dipodomys ordii: A0A1S3GZE3 ...
Cell line (Cricetulus griseus). Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells. Sigma. RRID: CVCL_0213. ...
gi,34596214,gb,AAQ76790.1, adaptor protein complex 3 Mu3A [Cricetulus griseus] gi,37150783,gb,AAQ76593.2, adaptor pro.... ...
This protein has strong similarity to Mus musculus and Cricetulus griseus proteins. There is evidence for use of multiple ...
Cricetulus griseus) reproduces COVID-19 pneumonia in a well-established small animal model. Transbound. Emerg. Dis. 2021, 68, ...
Cricetulus griseus [Chinese hamster]; C.e., Caenorhabditis elegans; D.m., Drosophila melanogaster; A.t., Arabidopsis thalia; N. ... Cricetulus griseus [Chinese hamster]; C.e., Caenorhabditis elegans; D.m., Drosophila melanogaster; A.t., Arabidopsis thalia; N. ...
Rediscovered after half a century: a new record of the grey dwarf hamster,Cricetulus migratorius (Mammalia: Cricetidae), in ...
Androgen Antagonists/pharmacology, Animals, Benzhydryl Compounds, CHO Cells, Carcinogens/pharmacology, Cricetinae, Cricetulus, ...
Cricetulus aureus or Chinese hamsters, striped dwarf hamster ,(German: Chinesischer Streifenhamster). Information about ... Cricetulus griseus. Also known as Cricetus griseus (misnomer), ... Cricetidae , Cricetinae , Cricetulus ] Courtesy of NHC Taxonomy ... Cricetidae , Cricetinae , Cricetulus ] Courtesy of NHC Taxonomy:. Eukaryota , Opisthokonta , Metazoa , Eumetazoa , Bilateria , ... Cricetidae , Cricetinae , Cricetulus ] Courtesy of NHC Taxonomy:. Eukaryota , Opisthokonta , Metazoa , Eumetazoa , Bilateria , ...
Cricetulus Medicine & Life Sciences 77% * Molecular Weight Medicine & Life Sciences 60% * Messenger RNA Medicine & Life ...
Cricetulus_griseus, Crocidura_indochinensis, Cryptoprocta_ferox, Ctenodactylus_gundi, Ctenomys_sociabilis, Cuniculus_paca, ...
Cricetulus_griseus, Crocidura_indochinensis, Cryptoprocta_ferox, Ctenodactylus_gundi, Ctenomys_sociabilis, Cuniculus_paca, ...
Recombinant Cricetulus griseus Growth-regulated alpha protein (CXCL1). Yeast. E.coli. Baculovirus. Mammalian cell. In Vivo ...

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