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1,095 Possible Causes for Goniothalamus, elegans

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  • Sinusitis

    Traumatic inoculation of Apophysomyces elegans was the pathogenetic mechanism. Chemosis is shown in this photograph.[] Traumatic inoculation of Apophysomyces elegans was the pathogenetic mechanism. Note the proptosis. Courtesy of A Allworth, MD, Brisbane, Australia.[]

    Missing: Goniothalamus
  • Sunburn

    Yun Jeong Cha, Jaesang Lee and Shin Sik Choi , Apoptosis-mediated in vivo toxicity of hydroxylated fullerene nanoparticles in soil nematode Caenorhabditis elegans , Chemosphere[]

    Missing: Goniothalamus
  • Dementia

    Resveratrol reduces amyloid-beta (Aβ1-42)-induced paralysis through targeting proteostasis in an Alzheimer model of Caenorhabditis elegans .[] Wang, Mingxin Li, Lei Shang, Yunfeng Luo and Wei Chen , Amyloid-beta Degradation and Neuroprotection of Dauricine Mediated by Unfolded Protein Response in a Caenorhabditis elegans[] Resveratrol was found to reduce Aβ-induced toxicity in a Caenorhabditis elegans model of AD by targeting specific proteins involved in proteostasis and thereby reducing the[]

    Missing: Goniothalamus
  • Malignant Neoplasm

    Immun Ageing 15:11 Google Scholar Dillin A, Crawford DK, Kenyon C (2002) Timing requirements for insulin/IGF-1 signaling in C. elegans .[] Yen and Mu-Rong Chao , Trace analysis of methylated and hydroxymethylated cytosines in DNA by isotope-dilution LC–MS/MS: first evidence of DNA methylation inCaenorhabditis elegans[] PubMed Google Scholar Hsieh CC, DeFord JH, Flurkey K et al (2002b) Implications for the insulin signaling pathway in Snell dwarf mouse longevity: a similarity with the C. elegans[]

    Missing: Goniothalamus
  • Meningitis

    In The C. elegans Research Community (ed.), WormBook . doi:10.1895/wormbook. . [ PMC free article ] [ PubMed ] [ CrossRef ] 192. Molinari, J. L., E. García-Mendoza, Y.[] In The C. elegans Research Community (ed.), WormBook . doi: 10.1895/wormbook . . 192. Molinari, J. L., E. García-Mendoza, Y. D. L. Garza, J. A. Ramirez, J.[]

    Missing: Goniothalamus
  • Ficus Scortechinii

    Goniothalamus macrophyllus Hook. f. & Thomson.[] POLYPODIACEAE) Staghorn Plectranthus sp (LAMIACEAE) A Plectranthus Pleogyne australis (MENISPERMACEAE) Pleogyne Podocarpus elatus (PODOCARPACEAE) Brown Pine, Plum Pine Polyscias elegans[] Lijndenia laurina - Lindera lucida - Lithocarpus bancanus - Lithocarpus blumeanus - Lithocarpus cantleyanus - Lithocarpus conocarpus - Lithocarpus echinifer - Lithocarpus elegans[]

  • Aristolochia Petersiana

    […] crassicaulis , cuneata , curvifolia , cytisoides , darapskyana , davilae , denticulata , denudata , dessaueri , dichotoma , digitata , disperma , dumosa , echinus , elata , elegans[] […] repevensis Goniothalamus walkeri Gonocaryum lobbianum Gonocrypta grevei Gonolobus edulis Gonolobus hispidus Gonolobus salvinii Gonolobus taylorianus Gonostegia hirta Gonostemon[] ]erigeron ¶sprout in 19 days ¶ 44]euphorbia marginata ¶sprout in 16 days ¶45]Nyctanthes ¶sprout in 16 days ¶46]Nicandra physaloides ¶sprout in 5 days ¶47]clarkia elegans[]

  • Zygomycosis

    Cutaneous mucormycosis was suspected and confirmed by histopathology and a culture isolate of Apophysomyces elegans .[] Primary cutaneous mucormycosis (zygomycosis) caused by Apophysomyces elegans .[] It is important to emphasize that treatment of A. elegans must be aggressive and lipid formulations of antifungals are typically favored due to their limited side effects[]

    Missing: Goniothalamus
  • Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

    Using systematic mutagenesis of PA14 to identify mutants that fail to kill C. elegans and a C. elegans mutant that lacks P-glycoproteins, we identified phenazines, secreted[] Caenorhabditis elegans shares innate immune pathways with humans, making it invaluable to investigate infection.[] To further test if SA directly affects the virulence of P. aeruginosa, we used the Caenorhabditis elegans-P. aeruginosa infection model.[]

    Missing: Goniothalamus
  • Brugia Malayi

    Targeting the B. malayi cell junction protein, AJM-1 gave a similar but more severe phenotype than that observed in C. elegans.[] In contrast, the B. malayi PDI did functionally complement the lethal phenotype of a C. elegans β subunit mutant.[] TYRA-2 and Bm4 are the most closely related C. elegans and B. malayi BA receptors and differ by only 14aa in the TM regions directly involved in ligand binding.[]

    Missing: Goniothalamus

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