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Scientists have discovered dozens of new autism genes
Scientists have discovered dozens of new autism genesRecently, UCSF scientists have discovered dozens of genes associated with the autism disease. Studies have shown that rare mutations in these genes can affect the brain in communication networks, and undermine the basic ...
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Famous USA researchers announced that the latest findings on SRR
Famous USA researchers announced that the latest findings on SRRResearchers from Yale University reported in their analysis that SRR is a pyridoxal 5-phosphate-dependent enzyme that catalyzes the racemization of L-serine to D-serine and the elimination of water from L-serine, generat...
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The biological significance of calprotectin
The biological significance of calprotectinNew research from Washington University calprotectin is a protein occurring in giant amounts in neutrophile granulocytes, where it accounts for five of total proteins and hour of living substance proteins. Smaller amount...
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A effective method to kill brain metastases
A effective method to kill brain metastasesRecently, a new study from Massachusetts Institute, will deliver chemotherapy drugs directly into the brain cavity, can provide a better way to treat cancer has metastasized to the brain. With this new method to detect i...
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The latest transformative research on SNCG
The latest transformative research on SNCGThe findings could have an impact on the tests and measurements that SNCG is a member of the synuclein family of proteins, that are believed to be concerned in the pathological process of neurodegenerative diseases. SNCG...
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New blood-thinning drugs against novel synthetic formulation in 2014
New blood-thinning drugs against novel synthetic formulation in 2014A new drug made by synthetic polymer can prevent heparin diluted blood called drug caused by excessive bleeding; Heparin used in patients to prevent the formation of blood clots in the major surgery. Causing bleeding com...
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Why is so bumpy for Stem cell research?
Why is so bumpy for Stem cell research?Stem cells have great potential applications in therapy, tissue engineering, drug screening, developmental cell research and gene functional studies, but difficulties in Europe and stem cell research. Not only pressure f...
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U.S. experts have analyzed the important role of P-selectin
U.S. experts have analyzed the important role of P-selectinResearchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have measured the forces that P-selectin functions as a cell adhesion molecule on the surfaces of activated epithelium cells, that line the inner surface of blood vessel...
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New features of PP1
New features of PP1A study by a team at Penn State University is that PP1 belongs to a precise category of phosphatases referred to as protein aminoalkanoic acid. PP1 has been found to be vital in the management of animal starch metabolism...
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Looking To GDF11?  See it!
Looking To GDF11? See it!A new Biological study has found that GDF11 is a myostatin-homologous protein that acts as a substance of nervous tissue growth. GDF11 has been shown to suppress growing through a pathway the same as myostatin, as well a...
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Scientists have discovered an unexpected cancer gene mutation
Scientists have discovered an unexpected cancer gene mutationThe scientists identified a gene in a large comprehensive study of recent search was overlooked a genetic mutation, which is present in approximately 20% of colorectal and endometrial cancer. Because this study found tha...
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A tumor suppressor role of clips master
A tumor suppressor role of clips masterRecent from Dalian Medical University, US researchers at the University of North Carolina discovered a key "clips Masters" -RBM4, compared with normal tissue, cancer tissue (including lung and breast cancer) in the expre...
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Important issues: USA latest focus of TYMS
Important issues: USA latest focus of TYMSA team of biomedical engineers at Vanderbilt University point out that TYMS is an enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of deoxyuridine monophosphate to nucleotide. TYMS plays a vital role in the early stages of DNA synth...
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What is the important functions of PYD?
What is the important functions of PYD?New research from Brown University puts analysis of PYD is a fluorescent cross-linking compound of scleroprotein fibers. It's reported to be present in scleroprotein of bone and gristle, however is absent in scleroprotei...
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How to find a new cell communication?
How to find a new cell communication?In the form of tissue cells will affect the communication between them. The researchers found that this phenomenon is in the process of developing zebrafish, but they think that this phenomenon should be fairly widesprea...
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Stem cells to treat brain tumors
Stem cells to treat brain tumors Currently, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Stem Cell Institute scientists have designed a new method using stem cells to fight against a brain tumor. The research team of neuroscientists led by Dr. Khalid Shah, w...
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A worry about anticancer therapy
A worry about anticancer therapyResearch team from the Friedrich Miescher Institute of Biomedical, published in the journal in October 22 "Nature" confirmed that there is a promising treatment after the termination of treatment will lead to detrimental...
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Assessing the suitability of 8-OHdG
Assessing the suitability of 8-OHdG A new University of Virginia and Max Planck Institute study, published online this week, found that 8-OHdG is the unremarkably used marker of aerophilic stress-derived desoxyribonucleic acid injury. 8-OHdG formation is r...
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