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Applications of Recombinant DNA Technology in Gastrointestinal Medicine and Hepatology: Basic Paradigms of Molecular Cell Biology. Part C: Protein Synthesis and Post-Translational Processing in Eukaryotic Cells

compartments, and determine the sorting and transport of different proteins to their appropriate destinations within the cell. While the regulation of gene expression occurs primarily at the level of ... G:...wild-c.vp Tue Aug Applications of recombinant DNA technology in gastrointestinal medicine and hepatology: Basic paradigms of molecular cell biology. Part C: Protein synthesis and post

What lava lamps and vinaigrette can teach us about cell biology

Cliff Brangwynne, returned to their lab at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (MPI-CBG) in Dresden, Germany, they ran some more experiments: they stuck worm gonads filled with ... transforming our understanding of cell biology as a whole,” says Elbaum-Garfinkle.Nik Spencer/NatureYet some researchers think it’s too early to say whether phase separation plays a major part in organizing the

A Scientific Rationale for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research

Stem cell biology has recently been at the forefront of a national discussion combining science, politics, and ethics. Few aspects of medicine and scientific research have been the subjects of a ... the basics of human developmental biology, then this may be a reasonable number of cell lines for the near future. Scientific research does not always (or often) proceed in a straightforward, linear

The CRISPR revolution in fungal biology and biotechnology, and beyond

protein 9 GMO genetically modified organism As Fungal Biology and Biotechnology completes its fourth year, it is timely to reflect on how the journal is progressing and to consider how the research ... the journal publishes fits within the context of other developments in biology. The revolution in biology that has occurred since 2013, when the first discussions were initiated about the value of the

Nonsense-mediated mRNA decay: a ‘nonsense’ pathway makes sense in stem cell biology

. Transcriptional regulations and epigenetic modulations have been extensively implicated in stem cell biology. However, post-transcriptional regulatory mechanisms, such as NMD, in stem cell regulation are largely ... embryonic stem cell self-renewal and differentiation The embryonic stem cell (ESC) is an important model to study the fundamental mechanisms of developmental biology ( 88,89 ). The establishment of ESC

Cloning and Stem Cell Debates in the Context of Genetic Determinism

development and much more about genetics and cell biology. The impression given was that cells are complex, they divide and multiply, and together they make up organisms. What seemed to matter most, however ... and Stem Determinism Jane Maienschein* Cell Debates in the Context of Genetic When I studied introductory biology at the newly-coeducated Yale in the early 1970s, we didn't hear anything about stem

Development of Transgenic Lines to Support Plant Cell Biology Research

cell. Taken together, BiFC experiments conducted in “blue nuclei” transgenic plants that express CFP-H2B significantly improve image quality and information content of the experiments, providing ... factor [www.journal-ranking.com]). I plan to continue my education in a biology-related field after graduation. My dream is to study in the Graduate Program at the Florida Institute of Technology in

Correction to: New Advances in Human X Chromosome Status from a Developmental and Stem Cell Biology

Department of Genetics, Yale Stem Cell Center, Yale School of Medicine , New Haven, CT 06520 , USA - Unfortunately, Acknowledgements section was missing in the originally published article. It is now

Trends in Pollination Biology

An effusion of books and articles on pollination biology has appeared recently, showing a renewed interest in this area of reproductive biology that has strong significance for the continuous ... . "Pollination '82"; " Pollination '84." Plant Cell Biology Research Centre , School of Botany, The University of Melbourne. 125 p. and 234 p. (separately). Willson , M. F. 1979 . Sexual selection in plants . Amer

Science Academies’ Refresher Course on Experimental Approaches to Molecular Microbiology and Cell Biology

and Cell Biology' for graduate and postgraduate college/university teachers will be held at School of Life Sciences, Manipal University, Manipal for two weeks from 20th November to 2nd December 2017 ... . The objective of this Course is intended to impart teaching methodologies and to familiarize with advanced topics in microbiology and cell biology. A variety of teaching methods such as lectures

Which methods are appropriate for the detection of Staphylococcus argenteus and is it worthwhile to distinguish S. argenteus from S. aureus?

Johansson1 1Department of Medical Sciences, Clinical Microbiology, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden; 2Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology, Karolinska Institute, Solna, Sweden Purpose: To

Developing Computational Biology

. Bourne is with the Department of Pharmacology, University of California San Diego, La Jolla, California, United States of America. Steven E. Brenner is with the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology ... , University of California , Berkeley, California , United States of America - S international endeavor, and cientific research is an computational biology is no exception. Last year we were fortunate enough

When the Eyes Fail

Wayne State University researchers and colleagues, led by Zhuo-Hua Pan, Ph.D., professor of anatomy and cell biology in the School of Medicine, have reported a novel strategy for treatment of

Fundamental Questions in Biology

The pace of our understanding of biology has engendered increasing specialization but there are still common fundamental challenges that unify biology and should form the core of future research. ... and split again, producing departments of cell and molecular biology, ecology and evolutionary biology, neurobiology and behavior, genetics and development, physiology, and so on, reflecting the

Creativity for Learning Biology in Higher Education

Learning biology is considered difficult, especially in some areas like cell division, genetics, and hormones (Cimer, 2012). On the other hand, there is a connection between student success in ... schools in Turkey showed that they recognized difficulties in teaching topics of biology. For example, cell division process consists of two different processes. Therefore, teaching the subject requires

Progress in the Molecular Biology of Ewing Tumors

transcription factors. Alternatively, type and availability of specific recombinases at different time-points of stem cell development or in different stem cell lineages may determine fusion type. Studies on EFT ... different tim es during developm ent of the enigmatic Ewing tumor stem cell, thus de® ning distinct subcategories of the disease. C onsequently, Ew ing tum or research is slowly m oving tow ards m olecular

Impact of nanoparticles on neuron biology: current research trends

Impact of nanoparticles on neuron biology: current research trends Firdos Alam Khan, Dana Almohazey, Munthar Alomari, Sarah Ameen Almofty Department of Stem Cell Biology, Institute for Research and ... promote neuronal cell survivability and neuronal cell growth and expansion. The nanoparticles have been tested both in in vitro and in vivo models. The nanoparticles with various shapes, sizes, and chemical

Butterfly Biology

Quadrivium: A Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship But erfl y Biolog y Joshua Feingold 0 1 0 Part of the Biology Commons , Entomology Commons, Evolution Commons, Photography 1 Nova Southeastern

Living Biology

Living Biolog y Stephanie Fuhr Augustana Digital Commons Citation - Five years ago I began teaching a one credit course for our biology majors entitled Becoming Biologists: Understanding our Place ... dispositions we would like to see in our graduating seniors, the question becomes: which conversations, lessons, and assignments are most relevant to have at the beginning of their development? As a biology

Explain It: B Cell

Stephen K. Chapes, professor of biology and interim director of the Johnson Cancer Research Center at Kansas State University, explains, in around 100 words, what a B cell is and its role in immune ... ’ lab wants to know how the genes and gene combinations used by a B cell to make antibodies change after vaccine administration. A type of white blood cell, a B cell makes antibodies, which are used by