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June 22, 2024
Abstract: The moth fly, Clogmia albipunctata, is a common synanthropic insect with a worldwide range that lives in nearly any area with moist, decaying organic matter. These habitats comprise both smooth, sl...
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June 22, 2024
Abstract: This study aimed to investigate the protective effect of NAcM‐OPT, a small molecule inhibitor of defective in cullin neddylation 1 (DCN1), on H2O2‐induced oxidative damage in keratinocytes. Immorta...
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June 21, 2024
Abstract: Vorticella convallaria are microscopic sessile suspension feeders that live attached to substrates in aquatic environments. They feed using a self‐generated current and help maintain the health of ...
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June 19, 2024
Abstract: Jumping requires high actuation power for achieving high speed in a short time. Especially, organisms and robots at the insect scale jump in order to overcome size limits on the speed of locomotion...
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