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Cellular Dynamics and Function - News


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location of the Rpn11 enzymatic active site Crouching protein, hidden enzyme
Released January 25, 2016
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Khalid Salaita Nano-walkers take speedy leap forward with first rolling DNA-based motor
Released December 1, 2015
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cells macrophage Researchers find universality in protein locality
Released October 29, 2015
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George von Dassow Collaborative research reveals a new view of cell division
Released October 23, 2015
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dry moist pollen Scientists discover ancient safety valve linking pollen to bacteria
Released October 22, 2015
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the aerial part of an Arabidopsis seedling Study finds key molecular mechanism regulating plant translational activity
Released October 22, 2015
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a static picture of budding yeast cells Caltech scientists find cells rhythmically regulate their genes
Released October 21, 2015
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biology graphic Sixth sense: How do we sense electric fields?
Released October 12, 2015
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two mice used in a sensitive new toxicity test Competing mice reveal genetic defects
Released September 30, 2015
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amoeba crawling in an electric field Understanding how cells follow electric fields
Released May 28, 2015
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infected tomato plant Understanding plants' immune systems could lead to better tomatoes, roses, rice
Released March 11, 2015
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fine hairs on the underside of a sunflower Study yields insights into how plant cells grow
Released March 10, 2015
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cell growth in the cells of the C. Elegans worm Sizing up cells: Study finds possible regulator of growth
Released March 4, 2015
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the floral abscission zone Molecular feedback loop gives clues to how flowers drop their petals
Released February 24, 2015
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microscopic image of spirogyra pratensis filaments Algae use same molecular machinery as land plants to respond to a plant hormone
Released January 8, 2015
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an exotic mechanism Ebola virus may replicate in an exotic way
Released December 11, 2014
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researcher performing test Could ibuprofen be an anti-aging medicine?
Released December 11, 2014
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Steve Pressť Proteins stepping on 'landmines': How they survive the immense heat they create
Released December 10, 2014
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Samarendra Mohanty UT Arlington researchers demonstrate direct fluid flow influences neuron growth
Released October 6, 2014
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various vesicles Syracuse physicists explore biomimetic clocks
Released September 5, 2014
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calcium ions passing into a neuron Surprising new role for calcium in sensing pain
Released August 29, 2014
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a cornfield Water 'thermostat' could help engineer drought-resistant crops
Released August 27, 2014
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image of a crop Discovery provides insights on how plants respond to elevated CO2 levels
Released July 6, 2014
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Ali Koymen, left, and Samarendra Mohanty UT Arlington nanoparticles could provide easier route for cell therapy
Released June 24, 2014
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image of a Tom Sawyer stamp 'Tom Sawyer' regulatory protein initiates gene transcription in a hit-and-run mechanism
Released June 23, 2014
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California Clapper Rail next to invasive Spartina When eradicating invasive species threatens endangered species recovery
Released May 29, 2014
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top row shows protein named Gag assembling Watching HIV bud from cells
Released May 16, 2014
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mustard seedlings take up and distribute ABA Biologists develop nanosensors to visualize movements and distribution of plant hormone
Released April 15, 2014
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a deep-sea hydrothermal vent Substance in photosynthesis was at work in ancient, methane-producing microbes
Released February 7, 2014
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schematic showing the human stathmin Paper offers insights into network that plays crucial role in cell function and disease
Released February 4, 2014
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