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  • QUANTITY: An Isobaric Tag for Quantitative Glycomics 

    Yang, Shuang; Wang, Meiyao; Chen, Lijun; Yin, Bojiao; Song, Guoquiang; Turko, Illarion V.; Phinney, Karen W.; Betenbaugh, Michael J.; Zhang, Hui; Li, Shuwei (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-11-30)
    Glycan is an important class of macromolecules that play numerous biological functions. Quantitative glycomics - analysis of glycans at global level - however, is far behind genomics and proteomics owing to technical ...
  • Effects of Ethanol on Sensory Inputs to the Medial Giant Interneurons of Crayfish 

    Swierzbinski, Matthew E.; Herberholz, Jens (Frontiers, 2018-04-27)
    Crayfish are capable of two rapid, escape reflexes that are mediated by two pairs of giant interneurons, the lateral giants (LG) and the medial giants (MG), which respond to threats presented to the abdomen or head and ...
  • Dynamic sex-specific responses to synthetic songs in a duetting suboscine passerine 

    Fishbein, Adam R.; Löschner, Julia; Mallon, Julie M.; Wilkinson, Gerald S. (PLoS ONE, 2018-08-29)
    Many bird species produce temporally coordinated duets and choruses, requiring the rapid integration of auditory perception and motor production. While males and females of some species are known to participate in these ...
  • Data for "Recurrent evolution of extreme longevity in bats" 

    Adams, Danielle; Wilkinson, Gerald (2018)
    This dataset was used in a comparative analysis of longevity in bats. Bats live longer than similar-sized mammals, but the number of lineages that have independently evolved extreme longevity has not previously been ...
  • Age-dependent gene expression in the inner ear of big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) 

    Mao, Beatrice; Moss, Cynthia F.; Wilkinson, Gerald S. (PLoS (Public Library of Science), 2017-10-26)
    For echolocating bats, hearing is essential for survival. Specializations for detecting and processing high frequency sounds are apparent throughout their auditory systems. Recent studies on echolocating mammals have ...

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