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  • Life Sciences - 14 Jan 2019
    In Alzheimer’s disease, CDK5 phosphorylates Tau, leading to the accumulation of tau within the axons of nerve cells and eventually, apoptosis.
  • Life Sciences - 18 Sep 2018
    High performance liquid chromatography, more commonly known by the acronym HPLC, is a method used to identify substances in a mixture. There are several types of HPLC, such as reversed-phase,...
  • Life Sciences - 23 Aug 2018
    Optogenetics is the science of using light to control the behavior of cells. It is one of the most rapidly evolving fields of applied research. Optogenetic techniques enable the control of...
  • Life Sciences - 23 Aug 2018
    Mitochondria are organelles found in the cytoplasm of most cells. They are essential to healthy living as they play an important role in the way cells function in the body. Mitochondria generate...
  • Life Sciences - 23 Aug 2018
    The proteome, defined as the complete set of proteins within an organism, is maintained by a highly controlled process called proteostasis.
  • Life Sciences - 7 Feb 2020
    Proteolysis describes the breakdown of proteins into smaller units, such as polypeptides or amino acids.
  • Life Sciences - 6 Feb 2020
    Neuroinflammation refers to the process whereby the brain’s innate immune system is triggered following an inflammatory challenge.
  • Life Sciences - 6 Feb 2020
    Neurons are cells in the brain that govern signaling, and therefore are fundamental in sensory perception and emotional response.
  • Life Sciences - 17 Jul 2019
    Induced pluripotent stem cells have led to unprecedented opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry, but also in clinical and basic research
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    Heat shock proteins (HSPs) are a type of intracellular protein which are abundant in human cells.