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09/29/2021

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High-integrity human intervention in ecosystems: Tracking self-organization modes

A major question in ecology is how to manage human intervention so as to achieve its goal without impairing ecosystem function. The main idea pursued here is the need to identify the inherent response ways of ecosystems to disturbances, and use them as road maps for conducting interventions.

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High-integrity human intervention in ecosystems: Tracking self-organization modes

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Transcriptomic profiling in canines and humans reveals cancer specific gene modules and biological mechanisms common to both species

Understanding relationships between spontaneous cancer in companion (pet) canines and humans can facilitate therapeutic development in both species. Towards this end the authors developed a protocol that analyzes canine transcriptomics data in the context of existing human data to evaluate comparative relevance of canine to human cancer.

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