• The Biomarker and Therapeutic Potential of Circular Rnas in Schizophrenia 

      Nedoluzhko, Artem; Gruzdeva, Natalia; Sharko, Fedor S.; Rastorguev, Sergey M; Zakharova, Natalia V.; Kostyuk, Georgy; Ushakov, Vadim (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are endogenous, single-stranded, most frequently non-coding RNA (ncRNA) molecules that play a significant role in gene expression regulation. Circular RNAs can affect microRNA functionality, interact ...
    • CircParser : a novel streamlined pipeline for circular RNA structure and host gene prediction in non-model organisms 

      Nedoluzhko, Artem; Sharko, Fedor S.; Rbbani, Md Golam; Teslyuk, Anton; Konstantinidis, Ioannis; Fernandes, Jorge Manuel de Oliveira (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are long noncoding RNAs that play a significant role in various biological processes, including embryonic development and stress responses. These regulatory molecules can modulate microRNA activity ...
    • The complete mitochondrial genome of the extinct Pleistocene horse (Equus cf. lenensis) from Kotelny Island (New Siberian Islands, Russia) and its phylogenetic assessment 

      Nedoluzhko, Artem Valerievich; Sharko, Fedor S.; Boulygina, Eugenia S.; Tsygankova, Svetlana V.; Slobodova, Natalia; Gruzdeva, Natalia; Rastorguev, Sergey M; Spasskaya, Natalia N.; Maschenko, Evgeny (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      The complete mitochondrial genome from the Pleistocene stallion horse (Equus cf. lenensis) which complete skull was found in 1901 on Kotelny Island (New Siberian Archipelago, Sakha Republic, Russia) is published in this ...
    • Mitochondrial and Y-chromosome diversity of the prehistoric Koban culture of the North Caucasus 

      Boulygina, Eugenia S.; Tsygankova, Svetlana V.; Sharko, Fedor S.; Slobodova, Natalia; Gruzdeva, Natalia; Rastorguev, Sergey M; Belinsky, Andrej; Härke, Heinrich; Kadieva, Anna; Demidenko, Sergej; Shvedchikova, Tatiana; Dobrovolskaya, Maria; Reshetova, Irina; Korobov, Dmitry; Nedoluzhko, Artem (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      The Koban archaeological culture is a well-known Northern and Central Caucasus culture that has been widely distributed throughout this region during the end of Bronze Age, and the beginning of the Iron Age. Named after ...
    • Molecular phylogeny of one extinct and two critically endangered Central Asian sturgeon species (genus Pseudoscaphirhynchus) based on their mitochondrial genomes 

      Nedoluzhko, Artem Valerievich; Sharko, Fedor S.; Tsygankova, Svetlana V.; Boulygina, Eugenia S.; Barmintseva, Anna; Krasivskaya, Anna; Ibragimova, Amina S.; Gruzdeva, Natalia; Rastorguev, Sergey M; Mugue, Nikolai (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      The enigmatic and poorly studied sturgeon genus Pseudoscaphirhynchus (Scaphirhynchinae: Acipenseridae) comprises three species: the Amu Darya shovelnose sturgeon (Pseudoscaphirhynchus kaufmanni (Bogdanow)), dwarf Amu Darya ...
    • New insights into the human brain’s cognitive organization : Views from the top, from the bottom, from the left and, particularly, from the right 

      Velichkovsky, Boris; Nedoluzhko, Artem; Goldberg, Elkhonon; Efimova, Olga; Sharko, Fedor S.; Rastorguev, Sergey M; Krasivskaya, Anna; Sharaev, Maxim; Korosteleva, Anastasia; Ushakov, Vadim (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      The view that the left cerebral hemisphere in humans “dominates” over the “subdominant” right hemisphere has been so deeply entrenched in neuropsychology that no amount of evidence seems able to overcome it. In this article, ...
    • A new strain group of common carp: The genetic differences and admixture events between Cyprinus carpio breeds 

      Nedoluzhko, Artem; Slobodova, Natalia; Sharko, Fedor S.; Shalgimbayeva, Gulmira; Tsygankova, Svetlana V.; Boulygina, Eugenia S.; Jeney, Zsigmond; Nguyen, Van Q.; Pham, Thế T.; Nguyen, Đức T.; Volkov, Alexander; Fernandes, Jorge Manuel de Oliveira; Rastorguev, Sergey M (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Common carp (Cyprinus carpio ) has an outstanding economic importance in freshwater aquaculture due to its high adaptive capacity to both food and environment. In fact, it is the third most farmed fish species worldwide ...
    • A partial genome assembly of the miniature parasitoid wasp, Megaphragma amalphitanum 

      Sharko, Fedor S.; Nedoluzhko, Artem Valerievich; Lê, Brandon; Tsygankova, Svetlana V.; Boulygina, Eugenia S.; Rastorguev, Sergey M; Sokolov, Alexey; Rodriguez, Fernando; Mazur, Alexander; Polilov, Alexey; Benton, Richard; Evgen'ev, Michael; Arkhipova, Irina; Prokhortchouk, Egor; Skryabin, Konstantin G. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Body size reduction, also known as miniaturization, is an important evolutionary process that affects a number of physiological and phenotypic traits and helps animals conquer new ecological niches. However, this process ...