Act of sabotage determines mammalian embryonic development

Alternative splicing is a fundamental biological process that allows cells to make many different types of mRNAs and proteins from a limited number of genes. For many animals, including humans, it is a feature that is essential ...

Decoy particles trick coronavirus as it evolves

They might look like cells and act like cells. But a new potential COVID-19 treatment is actually a cleverly disguised trickster, which attracts viruses and binds them, rendering them inactive.

Collaboration shapes extracellular vesicle retention strategy

Leveraging unique expertise in the spirit of collaboration is one of Carnegie Mellon University's formulas for success. Over the past three years, Phil Campbell and Xi (Charlie) Ren partnered on research related to spatial ...

Cytoskeletal proteins interact to form intracellular networks

Investigators have discovered that two cytoskeletal proteins which were previously thought to function independently actually interact and form cytoskeletal networks within the cell surface, according to findings published ...

Scientists synthesize terpenoids with microbial consortium

According to a study published in Microbial Cell Factories, a team led by Prof. Zheng Zhiming and associate Prof. Wang Peng from the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has enhanced ...

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