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Scientists first discovered "category initial state" of human stem cellsScientists from Germany and the United Kingdom identified a category initial state" of human stem cells, which can develop into all cell types. Discovery of this cell type is possible for us to understand the mechanism o...
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Research reveals DEFB123
Research reveals DEFB123A findings was described in the Oct. 16 issue of the journal Nature Medicine, could cause researchers to rethink DEFB123. DEFB123 exerted antimicrobial activity against a broad spectrum of gram-positive and gram-negative...
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Resolve horizontal gene transfer
Resolve horizontal gene transferHorizontal gene transfer refers Unlike conventional vertical gene from parent to offspring is passed, can cross between species isolation, genetic information or genetic relationship between near and far transfer of biol...
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The molecular mechanism of membrane remodeling
The molecular mechanism of membrane remodelingRemodeling of cell membranes to generate organelles, vesicle transport, cell motility and cytokinesis and other physiological functions is essential. BAR domain containing protein family is considered to be an important ...
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Major breakthrough of SHBG
Major breakthrough of SHBGScientists at The University of Manchester hope a major breakthrough for SHBG, which is a protein that binds to the sex hormones, androgen and estrogen. SHBG is found in vertebrates excluding birds. SHBG is produced by t...
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US Response To FGF-23
US Response To FGF-23New research from US researchers has found that FGF-23 is a bone-derived hormone that regulates general phosphate equilibrium, vitamin D metabolism and α-Klotho expression through a unique bone-kidney axis. FGF-23 is cr...
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Autophagy can affect stem cell activation
Autophagy can affect stem cell activationRecently, researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine found that the association between activation of cytoprotective mechanisms and their muscle stem cells. Autophagy can recycle their "structural components...
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New direction of antibody vaccine development
New direction of antibody vaccine development Tsinghua University School of Medicine research team, Professor Qi Hai reveal a new mechanism for the gradual increase in antibody affinity human immune cells, to clarify a decisive role in autoimmune disease-associated ...
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Latest achievements for HBsAg from University of Dundee
Latest achievements for HBsAg from University of DundeeScientists at the University of Dundee have published a result of their research for HBsAg, it stands for hepatitis B surface antigen. HBsAg is cleared during four to six months in end infections, are often detected in t...
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The new discovery of tumor suppressor immune cell
The new discovery of tumor suppressor immune cellResearchers from the University of California, San Francisco found that a new tumor immune cells to reduce serious illness prognosis of cancer patients, which may be used for cancer treatment in the future. 3600 study of...
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Important conclusion about GDF5
Important conclusion about GDF5 A findings were reported online October 16, 2014 in the Scientific American. the finding reveals GDF5 is one of the genes that has been concerned in joint maintenance. Gdf5 is expressed in the early developing joint inte...
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A new perspective on study of α-SMA
A new perspective on study of α-SMAA study was published by the Public Library of Science. It provides that α-SMA is a protein that in humans is encoded by the ACTA2 locateed on 10q22-q24. α-SMA is one of six different simple protein isoforms. α-SMA is...
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New hope for HIV infection-antiretroviral therapy
New hope for HIV infection-antiretroviral therapyRecently, the University of California, San Francisco New clinical research shows that compared with HIV-infected people who do not use stimulants, 341 using methamphetamine and cocaine treatment of HIV-infected people i...
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New technology will boost revascularization
New technology will boost revascularizationScientists from Indiana University School of Medicine has developed a new technology can start the body to produce vascular tissue for the development of treatment due to amputation and blindness caused by individuals as...
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In-depth analysis on ferritin
In-depth analysis on ferritinAn analysis published this week demonstrates that ferritin is a ubiquitous intracellular protein that stores iron and releases it in a very controlled fashion. Ferritin is created by the majority living organisms, as wel...
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Depress the switch of cell transfiguration
Depress the switch of cell transfigurationResearchers from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, found that fibroblast can be converted into endothelial cells after a heart attack, blood vessels to the heart of the damaged area to generate the sup...
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Nature reveals iNOS
Nature reveals iNOSA new research about iNOS conducted at University of Melbourne, published on Oct. 15. The iNOS is the synthase isoform related to malignant disease. The role of iNOS throughout tumour development is very complicated, and...
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The key contributor of IL-6
The key contributor of IL-6Research from the University of Stanford has revealed that IL-6 is an lymphokine which acts as a medication myokine. IL-6 is secreted by T cells and macrophages to stimulate reaction, IL-6 is liable for stimulating acute...
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