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Hunting for the ultimate liquid cancer biopsy - let the TEP dance begin

Non-protein coding RNAs in different flavors (miRNAs, piRNAs, snoRNAs, lncRNAs, SHOT-RNAs), exosomes, large oncosomes, exoDNA and now tumor-educated platelets (TEPs) have emerged as crucial signal transmitting, transporting and regulating devices of cells in the last two decades. They are also establishing themselves increasingly in the realm of tumor research. We are currently ...

What’s in a loop?

Cell Communication and Signaling Stephan M Feller 0 Marc Lewitzky 0 0 Biological Systems Architecture Group, Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Oxford , Oxford OX3 9DS , UK

Very ‘sticky’ proteins – not too sticky after all?

A considerable number of soluble proteins in cells that biochemists try to analyze are difficult to handle because they seem to behave like sponges that ‘suck up’ many other proteins. We argue here that this behavior is commonly an artifact introduced by the experimenting scientist and that we need to study proteins like animals in the wild: they will only reveal many of their ...