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  • adj. Not mammalian


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  • Of the over three hundred biosigns she detected, perhaps a third were nonmammalian.

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  • “Scrutinize the eyes of a nonmammalian shark or sunbathing salamander and you get back no answering echo, no flicker of recognition, nothing.”


  • They noted that its position is ‘dubious, even at this level, but not a nonmammalian cynodont’ (p. 43).

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  • This plasmid is optimal for nonmammalian expression. pDsRed1-1: This plasmid contains an RFP gene that has been altered for human expression of RFP (DsRed1).

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  • Early studies of homologous regions in nonmammalian brains had found no similar arrangement, leading to the presumption that neocortical cells and circuits in mammals were singular in nature.

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  • The researchers discovered a key interaction between DISC1 and a protein called Dixdc1 which is the mammalian version of a nonmammalian Wnt signaling molecule. - latest science and technology news stories

  • This may represent an underlying ancestral mechanism by which oestrogen promotes ovarian development in the gonads of nonmammalian vertebrates.

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  • Hormones are critical for early gonadal development in nonmammalian vertebrates, and oestrogen is required for normal ovarian development.

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