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How does the immune system to recognize cancer?
How does the immune system to recognize cancer?Recently, researchers from the Cancer Research UK have identified a new type of molecule in the surface of cancer cells, it can recognize and destroy cancer cells, the research will provide some good ideas for the develo...
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Turmeric  can help to improve memory
Turmeric can help to improve memoryIn the early stages of diabetes, the risk of cognitive impairment and faced the crowd, only one gram of turmeric at breakfast can help improve their memory. The study findings have particular significance, due to the glo...
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Precise quantitative analysis of glucagon
Precise quantitative analysis of glucagonA team led by the University of Colorado Boulder has discovered glucagon is a peptide hormone, created by alpha cells of the duct gland. Glucagon elevates the concentration of aldohexose within the blood by promoting glu...
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Japanese scientists have used adult stem cells to cultivate kidney tissue
Japanese scientists have used adult stem cells to cultivate kidney tissueScientists from Okayama University and Kyorin University kidneys collected some adult stem cells from adult mice, it produce a cell clumps in the dish, and the cell pellet into a gelatinous substance, then promote its gr...
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Analysis report about nitrofurazone elisa kit
Analysis report about nitrofurazone elisa kitNitrofurazone is used to treat burns that became infected. It's also used to treat skin infections owing to skin grafts. It works by killing microorganism or preventing their growth. Nitrofurazone can be applied on to th...
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Organelles connection between excessive fat will interfere with the metabolism
Organelles connection between excessive fat will interfere with the metabolismResearchers from the Harvard School of Public Health found that the initiation of a new mechanism of type 2 diabetes can be used as a target for inhibiting or treating to help develop new therapies in type 2 diabetes. Th...
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Does meditation can change the cell?
Does meditation can change the cell?A new study found that mindfulness meditation and yoga will change the body's cells. The age of the study participants was 55 years old and have two common characteristics: they are at least two years in the fight agains...
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Clinical significance of occludin
Clinical significance of occludinNew Penn Medicine research has found that occludin( www.cusabio.com/ELISA_Kit-93901/ ) is the ifrst transmembrane protein of the tight junction to be discovered. Many studies emphasised the necessary role of occludin in ...
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Statins may reduce health risk with air pollution
Statins may reduce health risk with air pollutionStatins as a lower cholesterol, reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, prescription drugs, or inflammation of the human body can eliminate haze and other air breathing caused by particulate matter. A senior health c...
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USA scientists reveal the biological role of CD81
USA scientists reveal the biological role of CD81According to a new study by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder. CD81 plays a role in the regulation of cell development, activation, growth and motility. It is a cell surface compound protein that's celebr...
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A 3D model of death regulatory proteins
A 3D model of death regulatory proteinsRecently, the researchers from the University of Tuebingen reveal new 3D model called Bax proteins regulating cell death, it may be formed on the mitochondrial membrane pore structure, causing the gap Bax protein release...
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A positive progress for CD8 + T cell research
A positive progress for CD8 + T cell researchAfter the pathogen is cleared, some effector CD8 + T cells into memory CD8 + T cells. When the body encounters the same pathogen infection again, the resting state of the memory CD8 + T cells may be the effect of rapidly...
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Three-dimensional properties of GnRH
Three-dimensional properties of GnRHScientists from the University of Leeds have found that GnRH is a biological process amide endocrine chargeable for the release of gonadotropin and gonadotropic hormone from the ductless gland. GnRH is synthesized and fr...
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Cut off the escape route of pathogens
Cut off the escape route of pathogensGranuloma is a nodular lesion and its evolution by immune cells infiltration and proliferation of cells limitations formed, which is a hallmark characteristic of tuberculosis. The researchers confirmed that the escape by...
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What is the dynamic regulation of FGF23?
What is the dynamic regulation of FGF23?Washington State University researchers have identified FGF23 is a member of the formative cell protein family. The function of FGF23 appears to be regulation of phosphate concentration in plasma. FGF23 is secreted by Os...
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What's the kind of boundarie for DNA replication?
What's the kind of boundarie for DNA replication?Eukaryotic chromosomes are replicated in chronological order, people will be referred to replicate time program. In mammals, there is time to copy cell type specific. There is a change genomic replication occurs in the d...
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The biological mechanism of antitumor activity of natural product
The biological mechanism of antitumor activity of natural productNatural product is a major source of innovative drugs, it is an important tool of molecular biomedical research. At present more than 50% of the clinical application of drugs are directly or indirectly derived from natur...
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Implications of post-translational modifications of IRF7
Implications of post-translational modifications of IRF7A team of researchers led by FDA principal investigator has identified that IRF7 is a member of the antiviral drug restrictive issue family of transcription factors. IRF7 plays an important role in the transcriptional ac...
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