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Research Article   |   10.36959/998/784 Volume 2 Issue 1

Congenital Anomalies of the Kidney and the Urinary Tract in Newborns from Lviv Region (West Ukraine) For 2006-2017

Authors: Kitsera N, Helner N, Osadchuk Z and Lukyanenko N

Abstract: Congenital anomalies of the kidney and the urinary tract (CAKUTs) are relatively common birth defects. Congenital anomalies of the kidney and urinary tract (CAKUT) represent a broad range of disorders that result from abnormalities of the urinary collecting system, abnormal embryonic migration of the kidneys, or abnormal renal parenchyma development.

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Research Article   |   10.36959/998/783 Volume 1 Issue 1

Molecular Characterization of Novel Porcine Circovirus 3 (PCV3) in Pig Populations in the North of Vietnam

Authors: Van Giap Nguyen, Hee Chun Chung, Thi My Le Huynh, Thi Bich Phuong Cao, Thi Ngoc Vu, Van Truong Le and Hong Quan Pham

Abstract: In 2015, a novel circovirus (Porcine circovirus 3, PCV3) was detected for the first time from pigs suffered from porcine dermatitis and nephropathy syndrome and reproductive failure. Since then, PCV3 has been reported in several pig producing countries. This study was carried out in order to investigate the presence and further genetic characterization of PCV3 in the pig populations in northern Vietnam.

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Review Article   |   10.36959/998/782 Volume 1 Issue 1

NeoEssentialism, Species, and Molecular Phylogenetics Regarding Hominin Evolution

Authors: Niccolo Caldararo

Abstract: A number of recent articles have appeared on the hominin Denisova fossil remains. Many of them focus on attempts to produce DNA sequences from the extracted samples. Often these project mtDNA sequences from the fossil remains of a number of Neandertal fossils and the Denisovans in an attempt to understand the evolution of Mid Pleistocene human ancestors.

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Research Article   |   10.36959/998/781 Volume 1 Issue 1

The Gastric Microbiome of Four Malaysian Gastroduodenal Disease Patients

Authors: Yalda Khosravi, Han Ming Gan, Patrick Jing Yi Chia, Larry J Croft, Chow Goon Ng, Khean Lee Goh, Kumutha Malar Vellasamy, Vanitha Mariappan, Kien Chai Ong, Kum Thong Wong, Mun Fai Loke and Jamuna Vadivelu

Abstract: The human gut microbiota has crucial effects on our health and perturbation of the gut microbiome is linked to many human diseases. Within the gut, the highly acidic stomach is an extremely hostile ecological niche for most microbes. The human gastric pathogen, Helicobacter pylori, is the prominent member of the human gastric microbiota.

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Journal Details
  1. Journal: Archives of Gene and Genome Research
  2. ISO abbreviation: Arch Gene Genome Res
  3. Other Title: AGGR
  4. Pub Type: Open Access