Archive for cell death

July 2014: 1

Architecture of Signaling Proteins Enhances Knowledge of Key Receptors
Duke Medicine News and Communications — June 22, 2014

Biologists Find ‘Missing Link’ in the Production of Protein Factories in Cells
Kim McDonald, UC San Diego News Center — June 22, 2014

Family of Proteins Plays Key Role in Cellular Pump Dynamics
“…scientists pinpoint channeling of cell’s energy flow in moving metal ions”
Jeannette Spalding, News Center, Case Western Reserve School of Medicine — June 22, 2014

Scientists Reveal Details of Calcium “Safety-Valve” in Cells
“Structure of membrane protein that plays a role in signaling cell death could be new target for anticancer drugs”
Brookhaven National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy — June 6, 2014

Seemingly invincible cancer stem cells reveal a weakness
Whitehead Institute, Gupta Lab — June 5, 2014

Targeting Tumors Using Silver Nanoparticles
“A new platform developed at UCSB increases the efficiency of drug delivery and allows excess particles to be washed away”
Julie Cohen, The UCSB Current news, University of California Santa Barbara —  June 8, 2014

Team finds on-off switch to burning stored fat
UT Health Science Center News, San Antonio, Texas  — June 5, 2014

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June 2014: 4

Mechanism explains complex brain wiring
VIB Research Institute, Flanders, Belgium — June 11, 2014

Mechanism of cell death unraveled – perspectives for treating degenerative and inflammatory diseases
VIB Research Institute, Flanders, Belgium — June 4, 2014

Natural hormone molds leaner bodies in mice
“Scientists find new molecular link between exercise and health benefits”
Richard Saltus, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Communications — June 5, 2014

New method reveals single protein interaction key to embryonic stem cell differentiation
University of Chicago Medicine Newsroom — June 5, 2014

Self-assembling nanomachines start to click
“A nanocage builds itself from engineered components”
Leila Gray, Research Newsbeat, University of Washington — June 4, 2014

Stem Cells Hold Keys to Body’s Plan
“Case Western Reserve research team discovers “seeds” of stem cell development”
Jeannette Spalding, Case Western Reserve School of Medicine news — June 5, 2014

 UO researchers use rhythmic brain activity to track memories in progress
“EEG electrodes capture electrical oscillations as a remembered object is encoded and held in memory”
University of Oregon News — June 5, 2014

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