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The complete mitochondrial genome sequence of Geisha distinctissima (Hemiptera: Flatidae) 2009-06-15
Evaluation of blastomere biopsy using mouse model indicates the potential high-risk of neurodegenerati... 2009-06-15
The security control of genetically engineered microorganisms possessing the ability to degrade pestic... 2009-06-08
Toward understanding the distribution of Laurasian frogs: A test of Savage's biogeographical hypothesi... 2009-05-25
Alterations of cytokines and MAPK signaling pathways are related to the immunotoxic effect of perfluor... 2009-05-05
Why the crested ibis declined in the middle 20th century 2009-04-30
Efficient differentiation of insulin-producing cells from mouse skin-derived stem cells 2009-04-24
The complete mitochondrial genome sequence of Geisha distinctissima (Hemiptera: Flatidae) and comparis... 2009-04-20
The Bantam microRNA Is Associated with Drosophila Fragile X Mental Retardation Protein and Regulates t... 2009-04-15
Differential responses to warming and increased precipitation among three contrasting grasshopper species 2009-04-14
Induced Susceptibility of Host Is Associated with an Impaired Antioxidant System Following Infection w... 2009-04-03
Sublethal effects of spinosad on survival, growth and reproduction of Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidopter... 2009-03-30
Tibetan antelopes largely adapted to the presence of Qinghai?Tibet Railway 2009-03-23
Changes in estrogen receptor-alpha variant (ER-alpha 36) expression during mouse ovary development and... 2009-03-20
Two new sex pheromone compounds of mice have been identified 2009-03-18
Research Group of Cell Proliferation and Signal Transduction in IOZ made progress in research of regul... 2009-03-02
National Research Center for Wildlife Diseases in IOZ found siRNA inhibited H5N1 virus 2008-12-19
A Series of Environmentally Benign and Pollution-Free Baculoviral Insecticides Been Successfully Devel... 2008-03-05
The Giant Panda is not at An “Evolutionary Dead End” 2007-10-16
Intrinsic Self-regulation and ENSO Determine the Classic Har-lynx Cycles 2007-10-08
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