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Electromagnetic remote control gene activity
Electromagnetic remote control gene activityResearchers ferritin and TRPV1 channel coupled, ferritin iron is stored natural particles, whereas TRPV1 channel is heat-activated ion channels. When the metal particles are exposed to radio waves or magnetic fields, whi...
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The whole genome of CRISPR
The whole genome of CRISPRCRISPR-Cas genes are the most popular editing tools. CRISPR-Cas RNA guiding nuclease be introduced by breaking the double-stranded DNA genetic changes, RGN Cas comprising a nuclease and a short RNA sequence complementary...
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Rapid analysis of MT-CO1
Rapid analysis of MT-CO1A team of scientists found that MT-CO1 is the main monetary unit of the cytochrome enzyme complicated. MT-CO1 is one of three mitochondrial desoxyribonucleic acid encoded subunits of metabolic process complicated IV. The...
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Cancer protein driven to change state
Cancer protein driven to change stateRecently, a new study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology showed that a family of RNA binding proteins in cancer. Biologists have found it is controlled by transcription factors. Human cells have 500 different...
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Detecting biological study for ASB11
Detecting biological study for ASB11Now, a new study from the University of Illinois at Chicago found that ASB11 is a member of the ankyrin repeat and SOCS box-containing protein family which contain a N-terminal domain, followed by a varied range of ankyr...
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The molecular mechanism of bladder cancer chemotherapy
The molecular mechanism of bladder cancer chemotherapyRecently, scientists have discovered a new mechanism of normal tissue stem cells in response to similar wounds. It is possible to provide a new way to treat cancer scientists found have invaded the muscle of bladder canc...
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PNAS reveals the delicate balance of p53
PNAS reveals the delicate balance of p53The p53 is the most important tumor suppressor factor, it plays a key role in the important process of cell cycle regulation, DNA repair, and apoptosis. Recent research team at the University of California reveals the co...
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Bio thematic analysis on NFE2L2
Bio thematic analysis on NFE2L2Scientists have completed the most detailed analysis for NFE2L2,it is a basic leucine zipper protein which regulates the expression of inhibitor proteins. The NFE2L2 for treatment of diseases that are caused by aerophilo...
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A rare gene mutation by APOA5
A rare gene mutation by APOA5The researchers found a rare gene mutation by APOA5. This mutation can increase the risk of early heart attack individuals. It makes APOA5 to become useless, while increasing blood triglyceride levels. In this study, the...
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University professors achieve a new progress for OSM
University professors achieve a new progress for OSMUniversity of Manchester professors have identified that OSM is a pleiotropic protein that belongs to the interleukin 6 group of cytokines. It is proving vital in liver development, haematopoeisis, inflammation and presu...
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Enhanced replication of herpes virus infection mechanism
Enhanced replication of herpes virus infection mechanismResearchers from Davis Extension Institute study found, herpes simplex virus type(HSV-1) infection in an organism can cause cell telomere rearrangements, or the study reveals how viruses such as herpes viruses exploit te...
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New study found a histone acetylation reader
New study found a histone acetylation readerEukaryotic genomic DNA is present in the form of chromatin. Histone post translational modifications are considered to constitute a class beyond the gene sequence "histone code" that controls the organizational level of ...
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Stanford scientists reveal the functions of WISP3
Stanford scientists reveal the functions of WISP3A study conducted by investigators at the Stanford University School of Medicine showed that WISP3 is a member of the CCN family of secreted growth factors, WISP3 among CCN family has been linked to a monk genetic human ...
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The bacterial biofilm is directly related to colon cancer
The bacterial biofilm is directly related to colon cancerScientists from the United States Institute of Marine Biology have found ascending colon tissue has a biofilm characteristics. Biofilm bacteria produce extracellular matrix of a large number of viscous. Scientists first ...
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New analytical article for IL-1ra
New analytical article for IL-1raA news article about research on the influence of IL-1ra, which is an agent that binds non-productively to the cell surface interleukin-1 receptor. IL-1ra prevents IL-1 from causing a symptom thereto cell. IL-1ra( www.cu...
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Autologous stem cell therapy corneal scarring
Autologous stem cell therapy corneal scarringRecently, the University of Pittsburgh School researchers showed that patients did not damage the eye from a small biopsy of tissue cultured stem cells, then placed in a damaged part can cause blindness cure corneal scar...
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How does superbugs MRSA spread in complex environments?
How does superbugs MRSA spread in complex environments?Recently, researchers from Thailand use genome sequencing successfully sort out the complex mode of transmission of MRSA. System development MRSA sequence analysis showed that at least five branches spread in adult and p...
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Internalization Mechanisms of BTC
Internalization Mechanisms of BTCNew research from the University of Kent suggests that BTC is located on chromosome 4 at locus 4q13-q21. BTC is a member of the EGF family of growth factors. It's synthesized primarily as a transmembrane precursor, that ...
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