Korean Peninsula had a high population density of leopards, they were extirpated from South Korea by 1970. Genetic material from old skin of a leopard captured in South Korea in the 1930s revealed that they belonged to the same clade as the Amur leopard. https://t.co/3Bc8dRqBqn
#UF #GeospatialScience researchers Drs. Yang & @JasonKBlackburn's latest #MedGeo paper Exploring environmental coverages of species: a new variable contribution estimation in @thePeerJ https://t.co/8s3k89cv6J
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My PhD paper is out in @thePeerJ !
We show that high Collagen I density alone may not be enough to drive breast cancer stemness.
Work done in Freitas' lab (@icb_usp) in collaboration with Reinhart-King's lab (@VandyBME).
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