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Viral infections, neonatal mortality and the mystery of the Athenian Agora: An interview with Professor of Anthropology Maria Liston
[…] ificed to remove ritual pollution, and both childbirth and untimely death were believed to be significant causes of pollution to the living. In addition, dogs were sometimes sacrificed to the goddess Hekate, who was involved with both childbirth and the passage of souls into and out of life. Thus, it is possible that some of them are dedications to Hekate. The age distribution of the dogs does not […]
The histone chaperone Vps75 forms multiple oligomeric assemblies capable of mediating exchange between histone H3–H4 tetramers and Asf1–H3–H4 complexes
[…] 4 complex (Supplementary Figure S4). These complexes were subjected to trypsin digestion to release cross-linked peptides for MS/MS analysis. MS/MS data were searched for BS2G-d0/d4 cross-links using Hekate (). 21 cross-links were identified that passed stringent selection criteria (Supplementary Table S2). Of these, the cross-links between Asf1 K143 and Vps75 at either K177, or K169 (Supplementar […]
Organization of Subunits in the Membrane Domain of the Bovine F ATPase Revealed by Covalent Cross linking*
[…] Doublet peaks corresponding to the light and heavy isotopically labeled cross-linked peptides (including loop-linked peptides) were identified from their mass differences with Hekate (). For the doublets for DSS(d0/d12) and BS3(d0/d12) the mass difference was 12.0741 ± 0.0375, and for DSG(d0/d6) and DSSG(d0/d6) it was 6.0370 ± 0.0375 Da. No limits were imposed on the intens […]
The Tetramorium tortuosum species group (Hymenoptera, Formicidae, Myrmicinae) revisited taxonomic revision of the Afrotropical T. capillosum species complex
[…] The name of the new species is inspired by the ancient Latin and Greek goddess “Hecate” or “Hekate”, also known as the “triple Hecate” or “three-faced Hecate”, and refers to the morphological variation in colouration and propodeal spine length observed in Tetramorium hecate. The species epit […]
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