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Method Of Building Microtubules And Skeleton Of The Cell

Method Of Building Microtubules And Skeleton Of The Cell

The study showing the building microtubules; the skeleton of the cell, from scratch. By understading that the chromosomes are segregating; But it is necessary to explaining the precise spatiotemporal organization of microtubules (MTs) in the mitotic spindle. But the molecular biology showing the fireworks of life; which showing the branching and growth of these microscopic…

Nascent Polypeptide Associating Complex Regulate Ribosome Binding

Nascent Polypeptide Associating Complex Regulate Ribosome Binding

The study revealing that the charged motifs in the flexible N termini; of nascent polypeptide associating complex regulate the ribosome binding. The chemical and Biological Principles of Cellular Proteostasis showing that the nascent polypeptide associating complex (NAC) acts as a major protein identifying and; possibly, sorting device inside the cell. Performing biochemical, genetic and structural…

Protein Playing A Protective Role During Cell Division

Protein Playing A Protective Role During Cell Division

The study finding the protective protein guards against the DNA damage; and could be helping in targeting the fast growing cancer cells. The study discovery that an essential protein playing a protective role during cell division; could open the door to better targeting treatment of fast-growing cancer cells. Polo-like kinase was previously knowing to have…

Chemical Changes Is A Crucial Function Of Biological Cells

Chemical Changes Is A Crucial Function Of Biological Cells

By using the artificial cells to sense changes in the body and responding by releasing drug molecules, or to sense and remove harmful metals in the environment. Responding to chemical changes is a crucial function of biological cells. For example, cells can responding to chemicals by creating certain proteins, boosting energy production, or self-destructing. The…

Stem Cell Transplantation Increase the Frequency Of Survival

Stem Cell Transplantation Increase the Frequency Of Survival

According to the study registry data showing that there is indeed a correlation between treatment resulting and the frequency of the service provided stem cell transplantation. This applies in particular to the survival chances of patients; The more frequently the transplantation team performs the procedure, the higher the chances of survival. In contrast, no studies…

Neuromuscular Connections Are Maintained After Nerve Lesions

Neuromuscular Connections Are Maintained After Nerve Lesions

Anatomically after an nerve injury, the protein complex mTORC1 takes over an important function in skeletal muscle to maintain the neuromuscular junction, the synapse between the nerve and muscle fiber. Skeletal muscle is a highly plastic tissue, whose function strictly depends on neural activity. Nerve injury leads to muscle atrophy and to the remodeling of…

The Senescence Of The Human Mammary Epithelial Cells

The Senescence Of The Human Mammary Epithelial Cells

The study trying to study the reasons cells age; so that we might be able to design treatments for better aging. But a cellular senescence is a mechanism by which epithelial cells permanently withdraw from the cell cycle in response; to stresses including telomere shortening, DNA damage, or oncogenic signaling. Senescent cell contribute to both…

New Functions For The Nucleolus

New Functions For The Nucleolus In The Cells

The nucleolus is a well-known structure in the cell nucleus that is easily visible under a light microscope. The nuclear proteome is rich in stress-sensitive proteins, suggesting that effective protein quality control mechanisms are in place to ensure conformational maintenance. This nuclear structure is knowing to be the site of ribosome production. A new study…

Ribosomes Recycling In The Cells

Ribosomes Recycling In The Cells

Ribosomes are molecular machines that produce proteins in cells. Having finished the job, the ribosomes need regenerating. This process is important for the quality of the proteins produced; and thus for the whole cell homeostasis as well as for developmental and biological processes. Ribosomes decode the genetic information from the messenger RNAs and translate it…

Gate Like Protein Complexes In The Cell Membranes

Gate Like Protein Complexes In The Cell Membranes

Almost all living organisms from bacteria to humans have gate-like protein complexes in their cell membranes that get rid of unwanted or life-threatening molecules. This is not always to human advantage, since in the case of bacteria or cancer cells these complexes, knowing as ABC transporters, are also responsible for resistance to antibiotics or chemotherapy.…

Metabolism Induced By Fluoride In Mitochondria

Metabolism Induced By Fluoride In Mitochondria

Mitochondria is a double membrane bound organelle; finding in most of the eukaryotic organisms; The mechanisms involving in the changes in energy metabolism causing by excessive exposure to fluoride is studying. Where the fluoride altering the proteome of liver mitochondria on a dose and time dependent manner. The present study employing as a proteomic tools…

Protein Maintaining A Delicate Balance Of DNA In Cell

Protein Maintaining A Delicate Balance Of DNA In Cell

The study reveling that protein maintaining a delicate balance of tightly packing DNA inside yeast cells with the same genetic material; while also allowing for variation amongst them. The incredibly long strands of DNA found in cells; are packing into a structure called chromatin with the help of proteins called histones. But heterochromatin is where…