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  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    Protein folding is a process by which a polypeptide chain folds to become a biologically active protein in its native 3D structure. Protein structure is crucial to its function. Folded proteins are...
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    Initially, cell death was believed to be either programmed, called “apoptosis”, or passive, called “necrosis”. Apoptosis was considered instrumental to development and other physiological functions,...
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    The complete set of lipids in an organism or a cell along with its interactions with other molecules, such as other lipids, proteins, and metabolites constitutes the lipidome. Lipidomics is the...
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    Kinesins are biological motor proteins that are ATP-dependent and function to assist cells with the transport of molecules along microtubules. Simply put, these proteins, function as highways within...
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    Advances in the field of nanotechnology have led to the development of miniaturized devices called lab-on-a-chip (LOC). Lithography, in particular, has helped create nanoscale impressions on the...
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    Cloning of human cells is a technology that holds the potential to cure many diseases and provide a source of exactly matched transplant tissues and organs.
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    Ferroptosis is a form of programmed cell death, distinct from apoptosis, that was identified in 2012.
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    An antibody (or immunoglobulin) is a glycoprotein produced by the immune system in response to a ‘foreign’ substance i.e. antigens present on microorganisms.
  • Life Sciences - 29 Jan 2019
    Optogenetics has helped scientists and doctors understand neural circuit behavior and responses in a variety of conditions such as mood disorders, addiction, Parkinson’s disease, obsessive compulsive...
  • Life Sciences - 17 Jan 2019
    There are many methods that can be used to quantify the effects of cannabinoids. These include: LC-MS, GC-MS, and HPLC-DAD.