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Accelerate the rehabilitation of cancer patients after radiotherapy protein
Accelerate the rehabilitation of cancer patients after radiotherapy proteinUCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center scientists study reveals, a unique protein in bone marrow stem cells to repair the drive mechanism of the blood system after injury. The breakthrough discovery could make cancer a...
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Physiological effects on RSPO3
Physiological effects on RSPO3Researchers have discovered that RSPO3 is a member of the family of R-spondins. RSPO3 has been known severally as Cristin-1. RSPO3 shows present expression associated is detected all told growth tissues examined except a...
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The mechanism of virus infection
The mechanism of virus infection Virus infections are always similar, they first host cell invasion, and then use the host DNA replication and protein production machines proliferation. Like other RNA viruses, influenza viruses before releasing their ge...
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Scientists have discovered genes cause anhidrosis
Scientists have discovered genes cause anhidrosisJapan's RIKEN research team at Uppsala University in Sweden have discovered a congenital anhidrosis disease genes. This new discovery will help develop anhidrosis new method of treatment. The team found a unexplained con...
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Modifications to the peptidoglycan
Modifications to the peptidoglycanA new study says that peptidoglycan is a chemical compound consisting of sugars and amino acids that forms a mesh-like layer outside the semipermeable membrane of all microorganism, forming the cell membrane. Peptidoglyc...
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Reelin rescues cognitive deficits in alzheimer's disease
Reelin rescues cognitive deficits in alzheimer's diseaseA team of seven scientists from Yale's Schools of Public Health and Medicine determined that reelin is a secreted extracellular matrix glycoprotein that helps regulate processes of somatic cell migration and positioning ...
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Exon sequencing to discover new ALS gene
Exon sequencing to discover new ALS gene Recently, an international team of scientists from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in the United States, They use an innovative exome sequencing strategy found that TUBA4A, Tubulin Alpha 4A gene encoding a...
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The most important conclusion about zonulin
The most important conclusion about zonulinResearch by Michigan State University, published in the current issue of Bioscience, explores the zonulin is a protein that modulates the permeableness of tight junctions between cells of the wall of the digestive tube. ...
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Dual function of dendritic cells
Dual function of dendritic cellsScientists from University College London have discovered that patrol the body, to identify infected a specialized immune cells known also led to increased immune organ as the lymph nodes, the study published in Nature m...
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Who will determine the shape of the cell?
Who will determine the shape of the cell?Development of cells having a variety of forms. They might as flat as pancakes, like equilateral shaped like a cube, or like a hose as thin and long. Developing embryo is being generated by the different sizes of eggs, a...
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Identification of hepcidin in new development
Identification of hepcidin in new developmentA study published October 21, 2014 in the PLOS ONE from University of Cape Town and colleagues showed that hepcidin is a key regulator of the entry of iron into the circulation in mammals. Hepcidin is an amide secretion ...
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A missense founder mutation in VLDLR
A missense founder mutation in VLDLRA group of researchers from the Hong Kong University thought that VLDLR is a transmembrane conjugated protein receptor of the low-density-lipoprotein receptor family. VLDLR shows considerable homology with the members of...
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Two ways of medical device innovation
Two ways of medical device innovationGlobal medical device industry has made significant progress in attracting world attention in the past 30 years. Very frequent in current clinical use "electronic diagnostic imaging instrument", not only has a high image...
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Research progress of CD52
Research progress of CD52University of Oregon chemists have devised a way to analysis. CD52 is present on the surface of mature lymphocytes, however not on the stem cells from that these lymphocytes were derived. It is also found on monocytes an...
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Scientists design a gene vector can help to lose weight
Scientists design a gene vector can help to lose weightA study is published on "Nature Materials" showed that a specific fat cells in obese mice peptide chain genes carrier can carry a therapeutic gene delivery to help lose weight. Although its availability in the human body...
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A main component in green tea can be used as an anticancer protein carrier
A main component in green tea can be used as an anticancer protein carrierA main component in green tea can be used as anti-cancer protein carrier, for the synthesis of a stable, effective treatment with nano-composites. The discovery may help to build a better drug delivery systems. Some o...
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Scholars discuss about LZM
Scholars discuss about LZMScientists from the University of Southampton have revealed that LZM is an enzyme used to break down microorganism cell walls to enhance protein or protein extraction potency. The catalyst acts by catalyzing the chemical...
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Critical review on the use of TNF-α
Critical review on the use of TNF-αA team of researchers from UC Santa Barbara may have found a preliminary answer about TNF-α, which as a 26 kDa membrane certain protein. TNF-α plays roles in antineoplastic activity, immune modulation, inflammation, an...
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