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UCR Study Examines Chemicals That Insects Use to Communicate and Survive
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The chemicals that insects use to communicate and survive

Most insects are covered with a thin layer of hydrocarbon molecules as a waterproofing barrier. Embedded in this layer are compounds that the insects use as chemical signals for a wide variety of functions such as communicating species and sex. In ... Terra Daily, 1 week ago

Researcher Discovers a Way to Control Internal Clocks

In research published in Nature Communications , Thomas Burris, chair of pharmacological and physiological science at Saint Louis University, reports intriguing findings about a small molecule that directs the activity of key clock proteins, ...
 ALN2 days ago Dragnet for epilepsy genes  Canadians for Health Research15 hours ago International scientists take new path in epilepsy research  News-Medical.Net1 day ago

Revealing the inner workings of a molecular motor

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Health -- In research published in the Journal of Cell Biology , scientists from the RIKEN Brain Science Institute in Japan have made important steps toward understanding how dynein--a "molecular ...
 4 Traders1 day ago BAXTER : Patent Issued for Personal Hemodialysis System Including Priming Sequence and Methods of Same  4 Traders1 day ago ALKALI METALS : Patent Issued for Cathode Architectures for Alkali Metal / Oxygen Batteries  4 Traders1 day ago

Communication by bacteria as a therapeutic target for medicines

Ratings require JavaScript to be enabled. Bacteria communicate by means of chemical signals and can develop common characteristics through this "agreement" and also develop their potential pathogenic effects in this way. Scientists working ...
 Medical News Today2 days ago Censoring (bacterial) speech  Noodls2 days ago New Bacterial Language is Discovered  Infection Control Today3 days ago New Bacterial Language Discovered  ScienceNewsline4 days ago
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Biology: Understanding the heart's fight/flight response(Nature Communications)

A key mitochondrial protein influences the heart's fight or flight response, a Nature Communications study in mice demonstrates. This may lead to the development of therapies that target this molecule, which could be used to help control excessive ...
 Natureasia.com4 days ago The search for new therapies to stop 'racing' heart rates aided by discovery in mice  Medical News Today3 days ago Discovery Stops 'Racing' Heart Rates in Mice  ALN4 days ago Found: 'Fight or flight' response control center for the heart  Science Daily2 days ago

Heidelberg Researchers Find Unusually Elastic Protein

23.01.2015 Molecular elasticity may have originated in cnidarian elastomer Scientists at Heidelberg University have discovered an unusually elastic protein in one of the most ancient groups of animals, the over 600-million-year-old cnidarians.
 Innovations Report2 days ago

Amgen's approach in the biosimilars market

Posted 23/01/2015 Biotech giant Amgen now has a biosimilars programme that includes nine different molecules [1]. A representative from Amgen has spoken to GaBI about the company's venture into biosimilars [2]. Biosimilars are a good strategic ...
 GaBi Online2 days ago

UCLA researchers find new treatment that restores normal social behavior in autism mice model

Among the problems people with Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) struggle with are difficulties with social behavior and communication. That can translate to an inability to make friends, engage in routine conversations, or pick up on the social cues ...
 News-Medical.Net2 days ago New Treatment Makes Autistic Mice Sociable Again  Softpedia2 days ago Treatment Restores Sociability in Autism Mouse Model  Science Daily2 days ago

Experiments, Simulations Shed Light on Collagen's Force

Research combining experimental work and detailed molecular simulations has revealed, for the first time, the complex role that water plays in collagen — a protein that is a component of tendons, bone, skin and other structural tissues in the ...
 Laboratory Equipment2 days ago New analysis explains collagen's force  Nanowerk3 days ago
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Targeting drugs using 'triggered release' via nanoparticles

Nanotechnology allows us to manipulate matter in new ways at the scale of atoms and molecules. In a new study, researchers show how they are using it to develop a drug delivery system that could precisely trigger drug release - for instance, ...
 Medical News Today4 days ago
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