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  • Molecular Oncology

    TITLE: Gene regulatory networking reveals the molecular cue to lysophosphatidic acid-induced metabolic adaptations in ovarian cancer cells. ABSTRACT: Extravasation and metastatic progression are two main reasons behind the high mortality rate associated with cancer. The metastatic potential of cancer cells depends on a plethora of metabolic challenges prevailing in the tumor microenvironment. To achieve higher proliferative rates, […]

  • Stem Cells Translational Medicine

    Title: EpCAM+ Liver Cancer Stem-Like Cells Exhibiting Autocrine Wnt Signaling Potentially Originate in Cirrhotic Patients. Abstract: Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is believed to originate from cancer stem cells (CSCs). While epithelial cell adhesion molecule (EpCAM) is a marker of normal hepatic stem cells (HSCs), EpCAM+ cells from HCC behave like CSCs. Since HCC mostly develops on […]

  • Systems Biology in Reproductive Medicine

    TITLE: Age-related changes in gene expression patterns of immature and aged rat primordial follicles. ABSTRACT: Women are born with millions of primordial follicles which gradually decrease with increasing age and this irreversible supply of follicles completely exhausts at menopause. The fertility capacity of women diminishes in parallel with aging. The mechanisms for reproductive aging are […]

  • Scientific Reports

    TITLE: Transcriptional changes during ovule development in two genotypes of litchi (Litchi chinensis Sonn.) with contrast in seed size ABSTRACT: Litchi chinensis is a subtropical fruit crop, popular for its nutritional value and taste. Fruits with small seed size and thick aril are desirable in litchi. To gain molecular insight into gene expression that leads to […]

  • PLOS ONE

    TITLE: Transcriptome Analysis of the Response to NaCl in Suaeda maritima Provides an Insight into Salt Tolerance Mechanisms in Halophytes ABSTRACT: Although salt tolerance is a feature representative of halophytes, most studies on this topic in plants have been conducted on glycophytes. Transcriptome profiles are also available for only a limited number of halophytes. Hence, […]

  • Newsletter September 2016

      Welcome to Bionivid September newsletter. This month we would like to share information about our grand success of NGS4ALL event under our Genome Education and CSR initiative.  Also, update on the new publications from Bionivid team.  We are very proud to announce the launch of our most innovative and revolutionary solution to help Biologist perform NGS data analysis independently, called Genome Stations.

  • Molecular Therapy – Nucleic Acids

    TITLE: Nucleolin-aptamer therapy in retinoblastoma: molecular changes and mass spectrometry–based imaging ABSTRACT: Retinoblastoma (RB) is an intraocular childhood tumor which, if left untreated, leads to blindness and mortality. Nucleolin (NCL) protein which is differentially expressed on the tumor cell surface, binds ligands and regulates carcinogenesis and angiogenesis. We found that NCL is over expressed in […]

  • Frontiers in Plant Sciences

    TITLE: De novo Assembly of Leaf Transcriptome in the Medicinal Plant Andrographis paniculata   ABSTRACT: Andrographis paniculata is an important medicinal plant containing various bioactive terpenoids and flavonoids. Despite its importance in herbal medicine, no ready-to-use transcript sequence information of this plant is made available in the public data base, this study mainly deals with […]