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Life in 3D
Alpha Galileo

Life in 3D

European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) Scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany, and Stanford University in the USA, have shed new light on how the variations in our molecular make-up, such as gene ... Alpha Galileo, 1 week ago
Medical News Today

Oskar's structure revealed

European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) The structure of two parts of the Oskar protein, known to be essential for the development of reproductive cells, has been solved by scientists from EMBL Heidelberg. This advance published today in Cell ...
 Alpha Galileo1 month ago Ewings sarcoma: A dangerous liaison  Alpha Galileo1 month ago Ewing's Sarcoma: A Dangerous Liaison  ScienceNewsline1 month ago LMU researchers reveal role of mutations in development of Ewing's sarcoma  News-Medical.Net1 month ago
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Alpha Galileo

Iron regulators join war on pathogens

European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) Proteins responsible for controlling levels of iron in the body also play an important role in combatting infection, according to a study published today in Cell Host & Microbe. Humans along with all ...
 Alpha Galileo1 month ago Iron Regulators Join the War on Pathogens  Infection Control Today1 month ago
Alpha Galileo

Cell machinery wears complex coat

Researchers at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg have produced detailed images of the intricate protein-coats that surround trafficking vesicles — the transport pods that move material around within biological cells.
 Iran Daily1 month ago
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Alpha Galileo

DNA protection, inch by inch

European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) DNA within reproductive cells is protected through a clever system of find and destroy: new research published in Cell Reports today lifts the veil on how this is done. A European team of scientists has ...
 Alpha Galileo1 month ago
Oman Tribune

Eye on longevity

Molecular biologist David Sinclair is developing a pill that he believes could increase life span, writes Emily Mullin Molecular biologist David Sinclair wants to revolutionise the way people age. Sinclair is 46, but he's been obsessed with what he ...
 Oman Tribune1 day ago 'People could live to 150'  South Africa Star1 week ago United States researcher foresees a life span of 150 years  Stuff.co.nz1 week ago We could live to be 150, researcher says  New Zealand Herald1 week ago

Companion Diagnostic Tests Market in Oncology Segment Forecasts up to 2022, Research Reports- TransparencyMarketResearch

Rapid advances in molecular diagnostics and cancer biology are transforming the respective oncology research and drug development organizations. Subsequently, this has led to the evolution of new testing protocols and clinical trials paradigm aimed ...
 CIO New Zealand1 month ago
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PhysOrg.com

Life in 3-D: Scientists pave the way for understanding the role of non-coding DNA in common genetic diseases

Genetic variants can "switch" regulatory elements on or off. Credit: EMBL/P.Riedinger Scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany, and Stanford University in the USA, have shed new light on how the ...
 PhysOrg.com1 week ago Research Sheds Light on Role of Non-Coding DNA in Common Genetic Diseases  Scicasts1 week ago

Protein Machine: Mystery Of How Cells Swallow Molecules To Boost Biological Function Solved After Decades Of Dispute

The finding reveals how cells perform the process of endocytosis. By Rebekah Marcarelli r.marcarelli@hngn.com | Jun 19, 2015 03:00 PM EDT Clathrin proteins involved in endocytosis form a lattice, (Photo : Ori Avinoam/EMBL) ...
 Hngn.com2 months ago
Bioscience Technology Online

Researchers Home in on Biological Cause of ALS

A defect in how proteins are transported inside cells may be at least partially responsible for some symptoms of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, according to a study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. The researchers ...
 Bioscience Technology Online2 days ago
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