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Watching the Production of New Proteins in Live Cells - Science Daily (press release)

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Watching the Production of New Proteins in Live Cells
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New mechanism operates specific protein in brain to bring delay in aging

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Among scientists, the role of proteins called sirtuins in enhancing longevity has been hotly debated, driven by contradictory results from many different scientists. But new research at Washington University School of Medicine in St.
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The 'Weakest Link' in the Aging Proteome - Science Daily (press release)

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The 'Weakest Link' in the Aging Proteome Science Daily (press release) Share This: "Protein longevity can be a major contributor to cellular aging," says Martin Hetzer, a professor in Salk's Molecular and Cell Biology Laboratory and holder of the...
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Tiny group of proteins alerts the immune system of the presence of ...

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Tiny group of proteins alerts the immune system of the presence of cells affected by cancer.
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Can Resurrected Proteins Reveal Life's Ancient Mysteries ...

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These “resurrected” proteins are highly resistant to heat and acid, so they believe they must have evolved under harsh conditions, confirming the common evolutionary conception of the early earth's extreme environment.
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Researchers transform fluorescent proteins into a scaffold for ... - Phys

Researchers transform fluorescent proteins into a scaffold for ... - Phys | Protein structure, function, and design | Scoop.it
(Phys.org) —Jonathan Tang had a problem. A graduate student studying neural circuitry in the retina, he wanted to do more than identify fluorescent cells that send signals to the brain. He sought to understand how these ...
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Newly Discovered Molecule Cuts Bacterial Proteins Short ...

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Because many known antibiotics arrest bacterial protein synthesis by binding to ribosomes—the cellular machines that connect amino acids—identifying compounds with such activity is a tried-and-true method for seeking ...
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Penn study: Protein that protects nucleus also regulates stem cell differentiation - Science Codex

Penn study: Protein that protects nucleus also regulates stem cell differentiation - Science Codex | Protein structure, function, and design | Scoop.it
Science Codex Penn study: Protein that protects nucleus also regulates stem cell differentiation Science Codex The human body has hundreds of different cell types, all with the same basic DNA, and all of which can ultimately be traced back to...
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