Latest Globin Stories
When green algae "can't breathe", they get rid of excess energy through the production of hydrogen.
Researchers have discovered a tiny protein without which the soil and lab-dwelling worm C. elegans can't deliver iron-rich heme taken in from their diets to the rest of their bodies or to their developing embryos.
Using a tiny bloodless worm, University of Maryland Associate Professor Iqbal Hamza and his team have discovered a large piece in the puzzle of how humans, and other organisms, safely move iron around in the body.
Vermont scientists invent new way to view atomic motion of proteins.
An aquatic lifestyle imposes serious demands for the organism, and this is true even for the tiniest molecules that form our body.
- To swell, as grain or wood with water.