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Stem Cell Characteristics of Ovarian Granulosa Cells - Review

References Akagi S., Kaneyama K., Adachi N., Tsuneishi B., Matsukawa K., Watanabe S., Kubo M., Takahashi S. (2008). Bovine nuclear transfer using fresh cumulus cell nuclei and in vivo - or in vitro -matured cytoplasts. Cloning Stem Cells, 10 (1): 173-80. Batchelder C. A., Hoffert K. A., Bertolini M., Moyer A. L., Anderson G. B. (2004). Development of bovine nuclear transfer embryos cloned from follicular donor cells in sequential stages of differentiation. Reprod. Fertil. Dev., 16, p. 123

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Isolation, Characterization and Differentiation Potential of Chicken Spermatogonial Stem Cell Derived Embryoid Bodies

References Aponte P.M., Soda T., Teerds K.J., Mizrak S.C., Vande Kant H.J., Derooij D.G. (2008). Propagation of bovine spermatogonial stem cells in vitro. Reproduction, 136: 543-557. Brulet P., Babinet C., Kemler R., Jacob F. (1980). Monoclonal antibodies against trophectoderm- specific markers during mouse blastocyst formation. Proc. Natl. Acad Sci. USA, 77: 4113-4117. Burt D.W. (2007). Emergence of the chicken as model organism: Implications for agriculture and biology. Poultry Sci., 86: 1460

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5. MMP-2, TIMP-2, TAZ and MEF2a Transcript Expression in Osteogenic and Adipogenic Differentiation of Porcine Mesenchymal Stem Cells

References Arnold M.A., Kim Y., Czubryt M.P., Phan D., Mc Anally J., Qi X., Shelton J.M., Richardson J.A., Bassel-Duby R., Olson E.N. (2007). MEF2Ctranscription factor controls chondrocyte hypertrophy and bone development. Dev. Cell, 12: 377-389. Boxall S.A., Jones E. (2012). Markers for characterization of bone marrow multipotential stromal cells. Stem Cells Int., 2012: 975871. Brew K., Dinakarpandian D., Nagase H. (2000). Tissue inhibitors of metalloproteinases: evolution, structure and function. Biochim

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Mechanism and functions of identified miRNAs in poultry skeletal muscle development

., 2011. miR669a and miR669q prevent skeletal muscle differentiation in postnatal cardiac progenitors. J Cell Biol 193, 1197–1212. Crist, C.G., Montarras, D., Pallafacchina, G., Rocancourt, D., Cumano, A., Conway, S.J., Buckingham, M., 2009. Muscle stem cell behavior is modified by microRNA-27 regulation of Pax3 expression. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 106, 13383–13387. Cui, T.X., Schwartz, J., Piwien-Pilipuk, G., Lanning, N., Rathore, M., LaPensee, C.R., Calinescu, A.-A., Lin, G., Jin

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The impact of high hydrostatic pressure (40 MPa and 60 MPa) on the apoptosis rates and functional activity of cryopreserved porcine mesenchymal stem cells

References Arno A.I., Amini- Nik S., Blit P.H., Al- Shehab M., Belo C., Herer E., Jeschke M.G. (2014). Effect of human Wharton’s jelly mesenchymal stem cell paracrine signaling on keloid fibroblasts. Stem Cells Transl. Med., 3: 299-307. Atsuta I., Liu S., Miura Y., Akiyama K., Chen C., An Y., Shi S., Chen F.M. (2013). Mesenchymal stem cells inhibit multiple myeloma cells via the Fas/Fas ligand pathway. Stem Cell Res. Ther., 4: 111. Bogliolo L., Ariu F., Leoni G., Uccheddu S., Bebbere D. (2011). High hydrostatic

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The Quality of Porcine Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Their Osteo- and Adipogenic Cell Derivatives – The Level of Proapoptotic Bad Protein Expression / Jakość Mezenchymalnych Komórek Macierzystych Świni Oraz Ich Pochodnych Zróżnicowanych W Kierunku Komórek Szeregu Osteo- I Adipogennego – Poziom Ekspresji Proapoptotycznego Białka Bad

References Alfaro M.P., Vincent A., Saraswati S., Thorne C.A., Hong C.C., Lee E., Young P.P. (2010). s FRP2 suppression of bone morphogenic protein (BMP) and Wnt signaling mediates mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) self-renewal promoting engraftment and myocardial repair. J. Biol. Chem., 285: 35645-35653. Antonsson B., Conto F., Ciavatta A.M., Montesuit S., Lewus S., Martinou I., Bernasconi L., Bernard A., Mermod J.C., Mazzei G., Maundrell K., Gambal e F., Sadoul R., Martinou J.C. (1997). Inhibition of Bax channel forming

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Effects of the Low-Level Western Corn Rootworm Egg Infestation on Maize Plants in the Field


From the economic perspective, the western corn rootworm (WCR), Diabrotica virgifera sp. virgifera (Col., Chrysomelidae), poses the gravest threat to the field maize production in Serbia. The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of WCR larvae on the morphology of maize characters during a low-level artificial egg infestation. A field experiment involving the Serbian cultivar ‘NS-640’ was carried out in Bečej, Vojvodina Serbia, in 2016. In the experimental field, a total of 96 maize plants were selected, marked and arranged in 48 pairs. Each pair consisted of an infested plant (WCR eggs injected in the root zone) and an uninfested plant (distillate water injected in the root zone). The number of leaves, height and stem diameter of the plants observed were recorded. Root damage and root weight were measured and evaluated at the end of the trail. For the purpose of statistical analysis, the non-parametric Kruskal-Wallis one-way analysis of variance and a correlation matrix were used. The statistical analysis performed indicate a highly significant difference in the number of leaves and plant height between the infested and uninfested maize plants examined in July (the third field observation). During the last field inspection, significant differences were recorded only between the stem diameters of the infested and uninfested maize plants. A negative correlation was found to exist between the root damage and root weight of the plant pairs. There were positive correlations between the stem diameter, plant height and number of leaves of the infested plants, whereas positive correlations were found between the root damage and plant height of the uninfested plants.

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Herbal medicine additives as powerful agents to control and prevent avian influenza virus in poultry – a review

disease and avian influenza in chickens by ginseng stem-leaf saponins. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 167: (3-4):147-55. Yuniwarti YWE, Asmara W, Artama W and Tabbu RC (2012). The effect of virgin coconut oil on lymphocyte and cd4 in chicken vaccinated against Avian Influenza Virus. Journal of Indonesian Tropical Animal Agriculture 37: 64-69. 10.14710/jitaa.37.1.64-69. Yuniwarti YWE, Widya A, Artama W and Rangga TC (2015). Virgin Coconut Oil Supplementation Increased the Survival of Avian

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In Vitro Development of Porcine Nuclear-Transferred Embryos Derived from Fibroblast Cells Analysed Cytometrically for Apoptosis Incidence and Accuracy of Cell Cycle Synchronization at the G0/G1 Stages / Rozwój In Vitro Klonalnych Zarodków Świni Zrekonstruowanych Z Jąder Komórkowych Fibroblastów Cytometrycznie Analizowanych Pod Kątem Częstotliwości Występowania Śmierci Apoptotycznej I Efektywności Synchronizacji Cyklu Mitotycznego W Fazach G0/G1

: 17625-17633. Gómez M.C., Jenkins J.A., Giraldo A., Harris R.F., King A., Dresser B.L., Pope C.E. (2003). Nuclear transfer of synchronized African wild cat somatic cells into enucleated domestic cat oocytes. Biol. Reprod., 69: 1032-1041. Gómez M.C., Pope C.E., López M., Dumas C., Giraldo A., Dresser B.L. (2006). Chromosomal aneuploidy in African Wildcat somatic cells and cloned embryos. Cloning Stem Cells, 8: 69-78. Gorczyca W., Melamed M.R., Darzynkiewicz Z. (1998). Analysis of apoptosis by flow cytometry. In: Methods in

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Determining Influence of Culture Media and Dose-Dependent Supplementation with Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor on the Ex Vivo Proliferative Activity of Domestic Cat Dermal Fibroblasts in Terms of Their Suitability for Cell Banking and Somatic Cell Cloning of Felids

nuclear transfer. Methods Mol. Biol., 1330: 133–152. Gómez M.C., Pope C.E., Kutner R.H., Ricks D.M., Lyons L.A., Ruhe M., Dumas C., Lyons J., López M., Dresser B.L., Reiser J. (2008). Nuclear transfer of sand cat cells into enucleated domestic cat oocytes is affected by cryopreservation of donor cells. Cloning Stem Cells, 10: 469–483. Gómez M.C., Biancardi M.N., Jenkins J.A., Dumas C., Galiguis J., Wang G., Earle Pope C. (2012). Scriptaid and 5-aza-2'deoxycytidine enhanced expression of pluripotent genes and in vitro developmental competence in

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