Latest Cellular processes Stories
The interest in the biological effects of non-ionizing Electro Magnetic Fields (EMFs) and Static Magnetic Fields (SMFs) on the whole organism, as well on cellular systems, has noticeably increased in recent years in consideration of their increased production (from the generation and transmission of electricity, to domestic appliances and industrial equipment, to telecommunications and broadcasting) and the possible health risk for humans.
University of Michigan researchers have discovered that a protein known to regulate cellular metabolism is also necessary for normal cell division in blood-forming stem cells.
Researchers from Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah report that they have identified a previously undiscovered trigger mechanism for a quality control checkpoint at the very end of the cell division process in a paper to be published in the November 29 issue of The Journal of Cell Biology and online today.
Dr Joseph Glavy at Stevens Institute of Technology studies the smallest and most basic elements of life.
University of Illinois researchers are using a new kind of microsensor to answer one of the weightiest questions in biology â€“ the relationship between cell mass and growth rate.
By tracking the flow of information in a cell preparing to split, Johns Hopkins scientists have identified a protein mechanism that coordinates and regulates the dynamics of shape change necessary for division of a single cell into two daughter cells.
Accurate duplication of genetic material and the faithful segregation of chromosomes are critical for cell survival.
While scientists have spent the past 40 years describing the intricate series of events that occur when one mammalian cell divides into two, they still haven't agreed on how the process begins.
A protein linked to Parkinson's disease may cause neurodegeneration by inhibiting autophagyâ€”the process in which cells digest some of their contents.
New paper in Nature by Portuguese researchers provides light on paradox in cell biology world.
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