Mouse IgG3 (min X Ch,Rb,Gt,Sh,Bov,Hr,Dog,Sw,Bab,Hu IgG_M), Clone LOMG3_13, Rat Mab anti_

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known as: Mouse IgG3 (min X Ch,Rb,Gt,Sh,Bov,Hr,Dog,Sw,Bab,Hu IgG_M), Clone LOMG3_13, Rat Mab anti_
Catalog number: genta-YULLOMG313-5
Product Quantity: 5 ml.
Supplier: Accu

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Gene target: igg3 min x ch rb gt sh bov hr sw bab hu m clone lomg3 13 mab

Related genes to: Mouse IgG3 (min X Ch,Rb,Gt,Sh,Bov,Hr,Dog,Sw,Bab,Hu IgG_M), Clone LOMG3_13, Rat Mab anti_

Symbol : dog NIH gene
dbXrefs : FLYBASE:FBgn0016793
chromosome : 3
map location : 3-42 cM
description : dog of glass
type of gene : unknown
Modification date : 2016-05-09
Symbol : min NIH gene
Synonyms : mi
dbXrefs : FLYBASE:FBgn0002747
chromosome : 2
map location : 56E-56E|2-90 cM
description : mini
type of gene : unknown
Modification date : 2016-05-09

Related Pathways to: Mouse IgG3 (min X Ch,Rb,Gt,Sh,Bov,Hr,Dog,Sw,Bab,Hu IgG_M), Clone LOMG3_13, Rat Mab anti_

Gene about :IgG3
Pathway :Hs Allograft Rejection

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Related Articles about: Mouse IgG3 (min X Ch,Rb,Gt,Sh,Bov,Hr,Dog,Sw,Bab,Hu IgG_M), Clone LOMG3_13, Rat Mab anti_

Chronic Trichuris muris infection causes neoplastic change in the intestine and exacerbates tumour formation in APC min/+ mice.

Incidences of infection-related cancers are on the rise in developing countries where the prevalence of intestinal nematode worm infections are also high. Trichuris muris (T. muris) is a murine gut-dwelling nematode that is the direct model for human T. trichiura, one of the major soil-transmitted helminth infections of humans. In order to assess whether chronic infection with T. muris does indeed influence the development of cancer hallmarks, both wild type mice and colon cancer model (APC min/+) mice were infected with this parasite. Parasite infection in wild type mice led to the development of neoplastic change similar to that seen in mice that had been treated with the carcinogen azoxymethane. Additionally, both chronic and acute infection in the APCmin/+ mice led to an enhanced tumour development that was distinct to the site of infection suggesting systemic control. By blocking the parasite specific T regulatory response in these mice, the increase in the number of tumours following infection was abrogated. Thus T. muris infection alone causes an increase in gut pathologies that are known to be markers of cancer but also increases the incidence of tumour formation in a colon cancer model. The influence of parasitic worm infection on the development of cancer may therefore be significant. - Source :PubMed

Dehydration and starvation yield energetic consequences that affect survival of the American dog tick.

Ticks are obligate hematophagous arthropods, but may have to endure extended time (1-2 years) between feedings. During these off-host periods, ticks must contend with a multitude of environmental stresses including prolonged or repeated exposure to desiccating conditions. In this study, we measured the energetic consequences of single and repeated bouts of dehydration of American dog ticks, Dermacentor variabilis, and examined the impact of energy reserves on tick survival during dehydration. Recently molted ticks exposed to a single period at 0% relative humidity (RH) for 5 d lost ∼26% of their body water and showed 1.3- and 1.7-fold reductions in protein and lipid, respectively. These reduced energy reserves coincided with increased O2 consumption in dehydrated ticks. Exposure to repeated cycles of dehydration (0% RH, 48 h) and rehydration (100% RH, 24 h) also reduced energy reserves; however, ticks were able to fully recover their body water after 12 cycles of dehydration/rehydration and endured >20 cycles. Starvation of ticks, in the absence of dehydration, for 18 or 36 weeks resulted in the loss of ∼20-40% of protein and 60% of lipid reserves. When ticks were exposed to continuous dehydration at 0% RH, their survival after 18 weeks of starvation was only minimally impacted; however, individuals starved for 36 weeks succumbed to dehydration much more rapidly than recently fed ticks. Both single and repeated dehydration exposures resulted in substantial energetic costs and ticks with limited energy reserves were more susceptible to dehydration-induced mortality, indicating that adequate energy reserves are critical for tolerance to dehydration stress and long-term success of ticks. - Source :PubMed

Respiratory diphtheriae due to Corynebacterium ulcerans transmitted by a companion dog, Italy 2014.

A serious respiratory tract infection due to Corynebacterium ulcerans was observed in a 70-year-old woman. Clinical presentation included pseudomembranes in the upper respiratory tract and lung involvement. C. ulcerans was recovered from the nose of the patient's dog. Both dog's and patient's isolates belonged to Sequence Type 331. - Source :PubMed

Infrared light detection by the haller's organ of adult american dog ticks, Dermacentor variabilis (Ixodida: Ixodidae).

The Haller's organ (HO), unique to ticks and mites, is found only on the first tarsus of the front pair of legs. The organ has an unusual morphology consisting of an anterior pit (AP) with protruding sensilla and a posterior capsule (Cp). The current thinking is that the HO's main function is chemosensation analogous to the insect antennae, but the functionality of its atypical structure (exclusive to the Acari) is unexplained. We provide the first evidence that the HO allows the American dog tick, Dermacentor variabilis, to respond to infrared (IR) light. Unfed D. variabilis adults with their HOs present were positively phototactic to IR. However, when the HOs were removed, no IR response was detected. Ticks in these experiments were also attracted to white light with and without the HOs, but were only positively phototactic to white light when the ocelli (primitive eyes) were unobstructed. Covering the eyes did not prevent IR attraction. A putative TRPA1 receptor was characterized from a D. variabilis-specific HO transcriptome we constructed. This receptor was homologous to transient receptor potential cation channel, subfamily A, member 1 (TRPA1) from the pit organ of the pit viper, python, and boa families of snakes, the only receptor identified so far for IR detection. HO scanning electron microscopy (SEM) studies in the American dog tick showed the AP and Cp but also novel structures not previously described; the potential role of these structures in IR detection is discussed. The ability of ticks to use IR for host finding is consistent with their obligatory hematophagy and has practical applications in tick trapping and the development of new repellents. - Source :PubMed

Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy in the Boxer Dog: An Update.

Arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy is an inheritable form of myocardial disease characterized most commonly by ventricular tachycardias, syncope, and sometimes systolic dysfunction and heart failure. A genetic mutation in the striatin gene has been identified in many affected dogs. Dogs with only one copy of the mutation (heterozygous) have a variable prognosis with many dogs remaining asymptomatic or successfully managed on antiarrhythmic drugs for years. Dogs that are homozygous for the mutation seem to have a worse prognosis. - Source :PubMed

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