C. elegans


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C. elegans

(sē′ ĕl′ə-gănz)
n.
A nematode (Caenorhabditis elegans) that was the first animal whose genome was completely sequenced and is widely studied by researchers because it has a small genome and transparent skin.
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To unearth much smaller RNAs, such as the 22-nucleotide C.
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With the acquisition of NemaPharm, Sequana gains access to proprietary technologies for the study of gene function in C.
What it looks like is that certain things have been deleted in the lineage leading to C.
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By using these and other advanced laboratory tools to manipulate the worm's ability to secrete ins-7, the researchers were able to correspondingly alter the readiness of the minuscule creature's innate immune system: a primitive but potent piece of the immune system shared by C.
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Biomedical Sciences Department, Southwest Missouri State University, ANALYSIS OF A PUTATIVE CELL BINDING SITE IN THE [alpha]2(IV) CHAIN OF C.