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  • Life Sciences - 12 Dec 2019
    Parkin is an enzyme involved in proteolysis. Autosomal recessive mutations in its encoding gene cause Parkinson's disease.
  • Life Sciences - 23 Aug 2018
    Phosphoproteomics is an important tool in the life sciences, allowing for the study of regulatory changes with variation in conditions and time.
  • Life Sciences - 23 Aug 2018
    Ubiquitin, and the biological pathways of this protein, has been associated with the pathogenesis of certain diseases. Additionally, it is also thought to be beneficial in the diagnosis certain...
  • Life Sciences - 27 Oct 2019
    Advances in stem cell technology have enabled us to study the mechanism of disease from cells taken directly from patients in vitro, called human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs).
  • Life Sciences - 6 Sep 2019
    Optogenetics is a combination of the manipulation of genes and optics in living tissues. This technique uses light-responsive proteins called opsins. This allows scientists to switch selective neurons...
  • Life Sciences - 1 Jul 2019
    This article describes each type of stem cell, as well as some key landmark discoveries and the major applications of stem cells in medicine and research.
  • Life Sciences - 8 Jan 2020
    Binding activated localization microscopy allows the study of subcellular structures and dynamics of molecules at nanoscale.
  • Life Sciences - 11 Dec 2019
    Hypoxia-inducible factor is a type of transcription factor that responds to the changing level of oxygen supply to the cell.
  • Life Sciences - 1 Jul 2019
    AFM-IR is an analytical technique used to characterize unknown substances on a nanoscale level by combining atomic force microscopy and infrared spectroscopy.
  • Life Sciences - 24 May 2019
    Optogenetics is a technique used for the study of neural circuits in the brain. It is a branch of biotechnology that combines genetics and optical techniques to conceive and control a specific neural...