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Scientific:
   Neoopisthopterus tropicus (Arenquilla tropical) 

Synonyms:
   Neoopisthopterus tropicus (tropical longfin herring) 
   Odontognathus tropicus 

Broader Terms:
   Arenquilla 
   Clupeiformes (anchovies) 
   Neoopisthopterus 
   Odontognathus 
 
 




1.  C and P pool restoration by a no-tillage system on Brazilian Cerrado Oxisol in Piauí State.LinkIT
Marafon G, Barbosa RS, de Jesus Lacerda JJ, Martins V, E Silva JDF, Costa OS
Environmental monitoring and assessment, 2020
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2.  Malaria exposure drives both cognate and bystander human B cells to adopt an atypical phenotype.LinkIT
Aye R, Sutton HJ, Nduati EW, Kai O, Mwacharo J, Musyoki J, Otieno E, Wambua J, Bejon P, Cockburn IA, Ndungu FM
European journal of immunology, 2020
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3.  Ecology of Sand Flies (Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) and Natural Infection of Pintomyia townsendi With Leishmania amazonensis in a Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Focus in Colombia.LinkIT
Hoyos J, González R, Cuellar ME, León C
Journal of medical entomology, 2020
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4.  Borna disease outbreak with high mortality in an alpaca herd in a previously unreported endemic area in Germany.LinkIT
Schulze V, Große R, Fürstenau J, Forth LF, Ebinger A, Richter MT, Tappe D, Mertsch T, Klose K, Schlottau K, Hoffmann B, Höper D, Mundhenk L, Ulrich RG, Beer M, Müller KE, Rubbenstroth D
Transboundary and emerging diseases, 2020
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5.  Not so robust: Robusta coffee production is highly sensitive to temperature.LinkIT
Kath J, Byrareddy VM, Craparo A, Nguyen-Huy T, Mushtaq S, Cao L, Bossolasco L
Global change biology, 2020
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6.  Characterization of distinct strains of an aphid-transmitted ilarvirus (Fam. Bromoviridae) infecting different hosts from South America.LinkIT
Silvestre R, Fuentes S, Risco R, Berrocal A, Adams I, Fox A, Cuellar WJ, Kreuze J
Virus research, 2020
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7.  Comparison of serological and molecular tests for detection of Trypanosoma evansi in domestic animals from Ghardaïa district, South Algeria.LinkIT
Benfodil K, Büscher P, Abdelli A, Van Reet N, Mohamed-Herif A, Ansel S, Fettata S, Dehou S, Bebronne N, Geerts M, Balharbi F, Ait-Oudhia K
Veterinary parasitology, 2020
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8.  A label-free aptasensor for highly sensitive detection of homocysteine based on gold nanoparticles.LinkIT
Beitollahi H, Zaimbashi R, Mahani MT, Tajik S, , McGirr C, Rooney C, Gallagher D, Dombrowski SU, Anderson AS, Cardwell CR, Free C, Hoddinott P, Holmes VA, McIntosh E, Somers C, Woodside JV, Young IS, Kee F, McKinley MC
Bioelectrochemistry (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 2020 Mar 04 Bioelectrochemistry (Amsterdam, Netherlands) Bioelectrochemistry A label-free aptasensor for highly sensitive detection of homocysteine based on gold nanoparticles. 107497 S1567-5394(18)30608-X 10.1016/j.bioelechem.2020.107497 In the present study, an original electrode fabrication approach was devised to create a label free sensitive electrochemical aptasensor for the detection of Homocysteine (Hcy) (Homocysteine signal was used for detection). To bind certain targets, synthetic oligonucleotides used as aptamers (APs) were specifically selected. Aptamers are substitutes for antibodies for analytical devices because of their sensitivity and high affinity. In this study, Hcy-Binding-Aptamer (HBA) was grafted onto the surface of Au nanoparticles/Glassy Carbon Electrode (Au/GCE) in order to create an aptasensor. The effects of buffer concentration, buffer type, interaction time, and aptamer concentration were investigated and optimized. In addition, Differential Pulse Voltammetry (DPV) was implemented to identify homocysteine. Favorable performance was achieved at a detection limit of 0.01 ?M (S/N = 3) and linear range 0.05-20.0 ?M. Furthermore, the fabricated aptasensor displayed desirable stability and reproducibility. The developed electrochemical aptasensor was found to have reasonable selectivity for the detection of homocysteine in the presence of cysteine and methionine. Analysis of real samples showed good ability of the proposed homocysteine biosensor to provide sensitive, quick, easy, and cost effective measurement of homocysteine in human blood serum and urine samples. Copyright © 2020 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. Beitollahi Hadi H Environment Department, Institute of Science and High Technology and Environmental Sciences, Graduate University of Advanced Technology, Kerman, Iran. Electronic address: h.beitollahi@yahoo.com. Zaimbashi Reza R Department of Chemistry, Graduate University of Advanced Technology, Kerman, Iran. Mahani Masoud Torkzadeh MT Department of Biotechnology, Institute of Science, High Technology & Environmental Science, Graduate University of Advance Technology, Kerman, Iran. Tajik Somayeh S Research Center for Tropical and Infectious Diseases, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Kerman, Iran. eng Journal Article 2020 03 04 Netherlands Bioelectrochemistry 100953583 1567-5394 IM Aptasensor Au nanoparticles Glassy carbon electrode Homocysteine 2018 12 29 2020 03 02 2020 03 02 2020 3 31 6 0 2020 3 31 6 0 2020 3 31 6 0 aheadofprint 32222669 S1567-5394(18)30608-X 10.1016/j.bioelechem.2020.107497 32223118 NBK555302 10.3310/phr08040 NIHR Journals Library Southampton (UK) Text messaging to help women with overweight or obesity lose weight after childbirth: the intervention adaptation and SMS feasibility RCT 2020
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9.  Ultradian modulation of cortical arousals during sleep: effects of age and exposure to nighttime transportation noise.LinkIT
Rudzik F, Thiesse L, Pieren R, Héritier H, Eze IC, Foraster M, Vienneau D, Brink M, Wunderli JM, Probst-Hensch N, Röösli M, Fulda S, Cajochen C
Sleep, 2020
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