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Researchers discover "molecular emergency brake" in charge of regulating self-digestion
An international team of scientists have shown at an unprecedented level of detail how cells prioritize the repair of genes containing potentially dangerous damage.
Challenges fundamental notion of enzyme specificity and efficiency
Researchers explain 'hydration repulsion' between biomembranes
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Pioneering mass spectrometry methods developed at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Ames Laboratory are helping plant biologists get their first glimpses of never-before-seen plant tissue structures.
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