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The extant immunoglobulin superfamily, member 1 gene results from an ancestral gene duplication in eutherian mammals.

"Immunoglobulin superfamily, member 1," the mammalian pituitary gland expresses high amounts of calcium. Mutations in the IGSF1 gene cause congenital central hypothyroidism in humans. Based on phylogenetic studies, we propose that the ancestral IGSF1-CTD gene encoded the IGSF1-CTD, which was duplicated and integrated directly upstream of itself, giving a larger protein that includes the IGSF1-NTD and IGSF1-CTD. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0267744


The extant immunoglobulin superfamily, member 1 gene results from an ancestral gene duplication in eutherian mammals

"Immunoglobulin superfamily, member 1 is a transmembrane glycoprotein with high expression in the mammalian pituitary gland," the mammalian pituitary gland. Humans have congenital central hypothyroidism due to mutations in the IGSF1 gene. Based on phylogenetic results, we estimate that the ancestral IGSF1-CTD encoded the IGSF1-CTD, which was duplicated and integrated immediately upstream of itself, giving a larger protein including the IGSF1-NTD and IGSF1-CTD. ".

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/a3c88e44bce24d6bb825da97b93c3eeb


A study on the protection and utilization of ancestral temple building in Southeast Hubei province-- A case study of Baini village

"This paper examines the present value of traditional ancestral halls in rural villages in Tongshan County, Hubei Province, as an example. " "This paper examines the practical difficulties of traditional ancestral halls in traditional villages, including the depletion of building materials, the loss of building structure, the disappearance of building technologies, and environmental degradation. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1051/itmconf/20224501089


Stress conditions promote Leishmania hybridization in vitro marked by expression of the ancestral gamete fusogen HAP2 as revealed by single-cell RNA-seq

"Leishmania are protozoan parasites spread by sand fly vectors' bites, causing a variety of illnesses in their mammalian hosts. " Low-Efficiency crosses between two Leishmania tropica strains, L747 and MA37, which mate with high success in flies, have been limited so far. We show that exposure to promastigote cultures to DNA damage stress results in the in vitro hybridization of the L. tropica strains and extends to other animals, including Leishmania infantum, Leishmania infantum, and Leishmania brazilianis, which are able to produce intra- and interspecific hybrids. Overall, this research reveals that Leishmania hybridization characterized by a distinctive transcriptomic signature exists in specific populations, as well as a stress that facilitates in vitro hybridization can be a transformative strategy to produce large numbers of hybrid genotypes from a diverse range of species and strains.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.73488


Interrelations of Ancestral Textile Handicraft Weaving and Tangible Vernacular Karkhaneh s (Workspaces) in the Historic Destination of Yazd, Iran

"An intangible heritage of textile weaving in generations of families in Yazd, Iran, interconnects with tangible vernacular architecture and tourism on three fronts: in everyday life in karkhaneh, neighborhoods, and the UNESCO World Heritage City of Yazd. Actor-Network Theory helped to map actors and relationships between weaving's tangible architectural heritage and intangible cultural practices, demonstrating how diverse cultures, age, worldviews, and practices came together to produce this heritage textile. "Through the three scales, Actor-Network Theory also helped to investigate the links between economy, culture, society, and tourism with an eye on the evolution and transformations of the historic urban dwellings, vernacular architecture, and vernacular weaving handicrafts. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/su14106363


Taxonomy, Phylogenetic and Ancestral Area Reconstruction in Phyllachora , with Four Novel Species from Northwestern China

"The members of Phyllachora are a species of obligate plant parasitic fungi with a high degree of host specificity. " Four species of grass growing on leaf and stem of two separate species of grass were found in Shanxi and Shaanxi Provinces, China, in this research. The ancestral area of Phyllachora was found in Latin America about 194 Mya," according to a Ancestral area reconstruction report by the Ancestral area reconstruction report.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jof8050520


Food and Medicinal Uses of Ancestral Andean Grains in the Districts of Quinua and Acos Vinchos (Ayacucho-Peru)

"Andean grains are one of the primary components in the development of family production systems. " A total of 96 percent of the respondents said they obtained quinoa grain from their own crops, and 24. 9% obtained achita grain from their own gardens, while 24. 0% harvested achita grain that they sowed directly on their land; no cau00f1ihua was raised. In their diet, a total of 58. 3% uses quinoa and achita. The resulting variation in the diet use of ancestral grains, specifically quinoa and achita, is a natural source of nutritional value in the diets of Quinua and Acos Vinchos. Traditional medicine derived from ancestral knowledge of Andean grains is barely preserved, but this is not the case for other medicinal plants in the region, as this information is still preserved. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy12051014

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