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Host genetic factors

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  • The microbiome of the digestive tract of ruminants contains microbial ecosystem that is affected by both environmental and genetic factors. The subject of this study concerns the influence of selected genetic factors, such as species of animals and “host” individual differences on the digestive tract microbiome composition.

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  • Recent studies highlight the role of metabolites in immune diseases, but it remains unknown how much of this effect is driven by genetic and nongenetic host factors.

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  • Retrotransposons are genetic elements inducing mutations in all domains of life. Despite their detrimental effect, retrotransposons can become temporarily active during epigenetic reprogramming and cellular stress response, which may accelerate host genome evolution.

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  • Pectobacterium carotovorum subsp. brasiliense is a broad host range bacterial pathogen, which causes blackleg of potatoes and bacterial soft rot of vegetables worldwide. Production of plant cell wall degrading enzymes is usually critical for Pectobacterium infection. However, other virulence factors and the mechanisms of genetic adaptation still need to be studied in detail.

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  • The hepatitis E virus (HEV) is the causative pathogen of hepatitis E, a global public health concern. HEV comprises 8 genotypes with a wide host range and geographic distribution. This study aims to determine the genetic factors influencing the molecular adaptive changes of HEV open reading frames (ORFs) and estimate the HEV origin and evolutionary history.

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  • The assembly of animal microbiomes is influenced by multiple environmental factors and host genetics, although the relative importance of these factors remains unclear. Bifidobacteria (genus Bifidobacterium, phylum Actinobacteria) are common first colonizers of gut microbiomes in humans and inhabit other mammals, social insects, food, and sewages.

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  • Cervical cancer is one of the most important cancers worldwide with a high incident and mortality rate and is caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). Among sexually active women who get infected with human papillomavirus (HPV), a small fraction progresses to cervical cancer disease pointing to possible roles of additional risk factors in development of the disease which include host genetic factors and other infections such as HSV-2.

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  • Over the years, agriculture across the world has been compromised by a succession of devastating epidemics caused by evolving viruses that spilled over from reservoir species or by new variants of classic viruses that acquired new virulence factors or changed their epidemiological patterns. Population genetics can be used as a powerful tool for identification of disease dynamics over population across large-scale geographic regions. Knowledge of life-history and origin of pathogen can greatly benefit from emergence and expansion of spatial genetics.

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  • Rice crop accounts for nearly a third of the total area under food grains in India and is the staple food for a significant portion of the world‟s population. Widely varying factors influence the growth of rice in different rice growing areas and render the crop susceptible to various pathogenic and non-pathogenic diseases, resulting in extensive damage of grain and straw yield. Bacterial leaf blight disease of rice caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo) is a serious menace to rice production in India, besides other rice producing countries.

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  • Viroids are plant sub viral pathogens with small, circular, single stranded and non-protein coding RNA genome that are currently known to infect only plants. These are the smallest self-replicating genetic units. These small RNAs contain all the information necessary to mediate replication, pathogenicity, intracellular and systemic trafficking. All or most of these functions likely result from direct interactions between distinct viroid RNA structural motifs and host cellular factors.

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  • The gut micro flora plays vital role in health status of the host. Human physiology and nutrition are greatly affected by the majority of microbes living in the gut. The most dominant phyla, making up to 90 percent of the total microbial population in humans are Bacteroidetes and Firmicutes followed by Actinobacteria Proteobacteria, Tenericutes, and Verrucomicrobia.

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  • Oxidative stress is involved in the pathophysiology of many cardiovascular disorders, such as hypertension and atherosclerosis. NRF2 is the primary transcriptional regulator of several antioxidant genes, including that of sulfiredoxin (SRXN1).

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  •  Helicobacter pylori is a Gram-negative bacterium that has been associated with diverse pathologies of varying severity, such as chronic gastritis, peptic ulcer, mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) lymphoma, and gastric carcinoma.1 Although most infected persons remain asymptomatic, 15–20% of H. pyloripositive individuals will develop the associated diseases. This could be dependent on environmental factors, host genetic factors or specific properties of the microorganism.1

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  • The rate of application of technological advances to plants and crops in the United States will play a major role in maintaining a sustainable leadership position in agriculture, forestry, and manufacturing. The long-term well-being of the nation clearly depends on near-term support of the research necessary for developing a renewable resource base. The justification for such an intense focus and the priorities for immediate research are contained in this roadmap for plant/crop-based renewable resources....

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  • today, across the globe, many local governmental incentives have been established to help promote the development of new cogeneration applications with an objective of driving fuel utilization. one such example is the spp (small power plant) in thailand. while such incentives are not new (for example, purpa in the us), the underlying motivations can be different.

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  • Much of what is known about asthma risk factors comes from studies of young children. Risk factors for the development of asthma in adults, particularly de novo in adults who did not have asthma in childhood, are less well defined. The lack of a clear definition for asthma presents a significant problem in studying the role of different risk factors in the development of this complex disease, because the characteristics that define asthma (e.g.

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  • Similar factors influenced a large majority of schools’ decision to participate in the Direct Loan Program, whereas the factors that led schools to leave the program varied. Four factors—(1) streamlined loan delivery, (2) greater control over loan processes, (3) timely delivery of money to students, and (4) ease of tracking loans over time—were extremely or very important in influencing 70 percent of Direct Loan schools’ decision to participate in the program.

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  • Charities Are More Likely to Have a Paid Staff Volunteer Coordinator. We asked respondents if their charity or congregational social service outreach activity has a paid staff person whose responsibility includes management of volunteers. Three out of five charities (62 percent) report that they have such a person. Roughly a third (37 percent) of congregations that manage volunteers in social service outreach activities say that a staff person has responsibility for this management. Paid Staff Coordinators Spend Little Time Managing Volunteers.

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  • In drawing sessions, I try to direct the students' thoughts to the gesture rather than to the physical presence of the models and their sartorial trappings. It seems the less the model wears, the more the thinking is directed to anatomy, while the more the model wears, the more the thinking goes into drawing the costume. It’s a deadlock that you can only break by shifting mental gears from the “secondary” (details) to the “primary” (motive or driving force behind the pose). Remember, the drawing you are doing in class should be thought of as a refining process for your...

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  • Writing in the 19th century about 16th century Scotland, Carlyle sums up the argument of the present essay about Africa today. We submit that peaceful power sharing, albeit with the ever present threat of the use of force, is preferable to persistent war and wrestling over the dubious spoils of corruption and plunder. Squabbling about loot grows no fruit. If Africa is to survive, as Scotland eventually did after John Knox and others had educated its people, it must reform its methods of power sharing. Proper parliaments are the key to that.

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