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The cranial and postcranial anatomy of the basal hadrosaurid dinosaur Eotrachodon orientalis, from the uppermost Santonian of southern Appalachia (southeastern U.S.A.), is described in detail. This animal is the only known pre-Campanian non-lambeosaurine hadrosaurid,...

["Paleontology","Taxonomy","Zoology","Histology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.1872
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679 views

Afrotheria is a strongly supported clade within placental mammals, but morphological synapomorphies for the entire group have only recently come to light. Soft tissue characters represent an underutilized source of data for phylogenetic analysis, but nonetheless...

["Developmental Biology","Evolutionary Studies","Zoology","Histology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.1906
38 downloads
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The fovea is one of the most studied retinal specializations in vertebrates, which consists of an invagination of the retinal tissue with high packing of cone photoreceptors, leading to high visual resolution. Between species, foveae differ morphologically in the...

["Veterinary Medicine","Zoology","Ophthalmology","Histology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.1785
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211 views

Background. The objectives of this study were to determine the spatiotemporal distribution of human caudal-type homeobox proteins CDX1, CDX2 and CDX4 during development of the hindgut and anorectum in the embryo and to explore the possible roles of CDX genes during...

["Developmental Biology","Histology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.1771
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Demographic studies are fundamental in population ecology, as well as in conservation biology and wildlife management. However, few methods are available to determine the exact age of animals. Mark-recapture is usually the main method to study demography, but this...

["Biodiversity","Conservation Biology","Ecology","Ethical Issues","Histology"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.1809v1
113 downloads
342 views

Movement is one of the most important epigenetic factors for normal development of the musculoskeletal system, particularly during genesis and joint development. Studies regarding alterations to embryonic mobility, performed on anurans, chickens and mammals, report...

["Developmental Biology","Zoology","Anatomy and Physiology","Histology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.1730
114 downloads
307 views

Experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE) is a well-established mouse model for multiple sclerosis and is characterized by infiltration of mononuclear cells and demyelination within the central nervous system along with the clinical symptoms of paralysis....

["Neurology","Pathology","Histology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.1600
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It is generally accepted that the effect of orthodontic tooth movement on the dental pulp in adolescents is reversible and that it has no long-lasting effect on pulpal physiology. However, it is not clear yet if the same conclusion is also valid for adult subjects....

["Zoology","Dentistry","Histology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.1625
129 downloads
435 views

Phenotypic characterization of cellular responses in equine infectious encephalitides has had limited description of both peripheral and resident cell populations in central nervous system (CNS) tissues due to limited species-specific reagents that react with formalin-fixed,...

["Veterinary medicine","Infectious diseases","Pathology","Histology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.1601
202 downloads
510 views

During the past decade, irreversible electroporation (IRE) ablation has emerged as a promising tool for the treatment of multiple diseases including hepatic cancer. However, the mechanisms behind the tissue regeneration following IRE ablation have not been investigated....

["Bioengineering","Developmental biology","Gastroenterology and hepatology","Surgery and surgical specialties","Histology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.1571
60 downloads
116 views

Phenotypic characterization of cellular responses in equine infectious encephalitides has had limited description of both peripheral and resident cell populations in central nervous system (CNS) tissues due to limited species-specific reagents that react with formalin-fixed,...

["Veterinary Medicine","Infectious Diseases","Pathology","Histology"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.1641v1
30 downloads
99 views

Movement is one of the most important epigenetic factors for normal development of the muscle-skeletal system, particularly during genesis and joint development. Studies regarding alterations to embryonic mobility, performed on anurans, chickens and mammals, report...

["Developmental Biology","Zoology","Anatomy and Physiology","Histology"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.1623v1
249 downloads
337 views

Divergence of treatment responses to chemotherapy exists across patients (often with underlying mechanisms unknown), with some patients exhibiting worsened outcome upon treatment. Genomic approaches (such as microarray profiling and whole-genome sequencing) hold...

["Bioengineering","Bioinformatics","Cell Biology","Genomics","Histology"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.1049v5
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573 downloads
2,037 views

The interest in mammalian palaeohistology has increased dramatically in the last two decades. Starting in 1849 via descriptive approaches, it has been demonstrated that bone tissue and vascularisation types correlate with several biological variables such as ontogenetic...

["Evolutionary Studies","Paleontology","Histology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.1358
93 downloads
314 views

Ankylosaurs (Dinosauria, Ankylosauria) have been known from the Lower Cretaceous English Wealden for over 170 years. Three Wealden ankylosaurian species are currently recognised: Hylaeosaurus armatus and Polacanthus rudgwickensis from the Wealden Sub-basin of Sussex,...

["Paleontology","Taxonomy","Histology"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.1399v1

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