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  • Brand : BIOFRON

  • Catalogue Number : BN-O1123

  • Specification : 98%(HPLC)

  • CAS number : 107934-60-1

  • Formula : C27H24N2

  • Molecular Weight : 376.5

  • PUBCHEM ID : 21872150

  • Volume : 5mg

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9,9-BIS(4-AMINO-3-METHYLPHENYL)FLUORENE/9,9-[Bis(4-amino-3-methylphenyl)]fluorene/4,4'-(9H-Fluorene-9,9-diyl)bis(2-methylaniline)/4-[9-(4-amino-3-methylphenyl)fluoren-9-yl]-2-methylaniline/4,4'-(9-Fluorenylidene)di-o-toluidine/L B656 HHJ HR DZ C1& HR DZ C1/Benzenamine, 4,4'-(9H-fluoren-9-ylidene)bis[2-methyl-/2,2'-Dimethyl-4,4'-(9-fluorenylidene)dianiline




1.2±0.1 g/cm3


Flash Point

341.7±29.6 °C

Boiling Point

545.5±50.0 °C at 760 mmHg

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WGK Germany


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Personal Projective Equipment

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For Reference Standard and R&D, Not for Human Use Directly.

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Lumbricillus is a genus of clitellate worms with about 80 described species that inhabit marine and limnic habitats. This study follows a recent analysis of the phylogeny of the genus based on 24 species of Lumbricillus collected mainly in Norway and Sweden. We provide the illustrated taxonomic descriptions of all these species and describe two of them as new; Lumbricillus latithecatus sp. n. and L. scandicus sp. n. Using the recent phylogeny, we informally divide Lumbricillus into five distinct morphological groups, into which we also tentatively place the Lumbricillus species not included in this study. Furthermore, we establish Claparedrilus gen. n., with the type species C. semifuscoides sp. n., and transfer Pachydrilus semifuscus Claparede, 1861 (previously referred to Lumbricillus) into said genus.


Annelida, Oligochaeta, Lumbricillus latithecatus sp. n., Lumbricillus scandicus sp. n., Claparedrilus gen. n., Claparedrilus semifuscoides sp. n., Claparedrilus semifuscus (Claparede, 1861) comb. nov.


Taxonomy of North European Lumbricillus (Clitellata, Enchytraeidae)


Marten J. Klinth,1 Emilia Rota,2 and Christer Erseus1

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Despite the advances in our understanding of aging-associated behavioral decline, relatively little is known about how aging affects neural circuits that regulate specific behaviors, particularly the expression of genes in specific neural circuits during aging. We have addressed this by exploring a peptidergic neuron R15, an identified neuron of the marine snail Aplysia californica. R15 is implicated in reproduction and osmoregulation and responds to neurotransmitters such as acetylcholine, serotonin and glutamate and is characterized by its action potential bursts.

We examined changes in gene expression in R15 neurons during aging by microarray analyses of RNAs from two different age groups, mature and old animals. Specifically we find that 1083 ESTs are differentially regulated in mature and old R15 neurons. Bioinformatics analyses of these genes have identified specific biological pathways that are up or downregulated in mature and old neurons. Comparison with human signaling networks using pathway analyses have identified three major networks [(1) cell signaling, cell morphology, and skeletal muscular system development (2) cell death and survival, cellular function maintenance and embryonic development and (3) neurological diseases, developmental and hereditary disorders] altered in old R15 neurons. Furthermore, qPCR analysis of single R15 neurons to quantify expression levels of candidate regulators involved in transcription (CREB1) and translation (S6K) showed that aging is associated with a decrease in expression of these regulators, and similar analysis in three other neurons (L7, L11 and R2) showed that gene expression change during aging could be bidirectional.

We find that aging is associated with bidirectional changes in gene expression. Detailed bioinformatics analyses and human homolog searches have identified specific biological processes and human-relevant signaling pathways in R15 that are affected during aging. Evaluation of gene expression changes in different neurons suggests specific transcriptomic signature of single neurons during aging.


Aplysia californica, Bi-directional gene regulation, Single neuron transcriptome, R15 neuron, Neuronal circuitry, Signaling networks, Aging, CREB, S6 Kinase


Age-associated bidirectional modulation of gene expression in single identified R15 neuron of Aplysia


Beena M Kadakkuzha,1 Komolitdin Akhmedov,1 Tom R Capo,3 Anthony C Carvalloza,2 Mohammad Fallahi,2 and Sathyanarayanan V Puthanveettilcorresponding author1

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Dacrymycetes, sister to Agaricomycetes, is a noteworthy lineage for studying the evolution of wood-decaying basidiomycetes; however, its species diversity and phylogeny are largely unknown. Species of Dacrymycetes previously used in molecular phylogenetic analyses are mainly derived from the Northern Hemisphere, thus insufficient knowledge exists concerning the Southern Hemisphere lineages. In this study, we investigated the species diversity of Dacrymycetes in New Zealand. We found 11 previously described species, and eight new species which were described here: Calocera pedicellata, Dacrymyces longistipitatus, D. pachysporus, D. stenosporus, D. parastenosporus, D. cylindricus, D. citrinus, and D. cyrtosporus. These eight newly described species and seven of the known ones, namely, Calocera fusca, C. cf. guepinioides, C. lutea, Dacrymyces flabelliformis, D. intermedius, D. subantarcticensis, and Heterotextus miltinus, have rarely or never been recorded from the Northern Hemisphere. In a molecular-based phylogeny, these New Zealand strains were scattered throughout the Dacrymycetaceae clade. Sequences obtained from specimens morphologically matching C. guepinioides were separated into three distant clades. Because no obvious morphological differences could be discerned between the specimens in each clade and no sequence exists from the type specimen, a C. guepinioides s.str. clade could not be determined. This survey of dacrymycetous species in the Southern Hemisphere has increased taxon sampling for phylogenetic analyses that can serve as a basis for the construction of a stable classification of Dacrymycetes.


Dacrymycetes, New Zealand, phylogeny, Southern Hemisphere, taxonomy


Phylogenetic relationships of eight new Dacrymycetes collected from New Zealand


T. Shirouzu, 1 K. Hosaka, 1 K.-O. Nam, 1 B.S. Weir, 2 P.R. Johnston, 2 and T. Hosoya 1

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2017 Jun

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