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Friday 30th January 2015

Lineage specificity of primary cilia in the mouse embryo

Anderson and colleagues report that, although mouse embryonic tissues form primary cilia, in cells destined for extraembryonic lineages, the activities of aurora kinase A and the tubulin deacetylase HDAC6 inhibit ciliogenesis.

Control of ciliation in embryogenesis

The protrusion of cilia into extracellular space provides cells with sensors of localized environmental cues that include fluid flow, mechanical force and important growth factors such as Hedgehog. Live imaging has now captured the initial appearance...

A niche role for periostin and macrophages in glioblastoma

Macrophages facilitate tumour progression, but it is unclear whether this capability is influenced by tumour-initiating cells. Glioblastoma stem cells are now shown to secrete periostin, a matrix protein that recruits protumoral macrophages and enhan...

Immunogenetic influences on acquisition of HIV-1 infection: consensus findings from two African cohorts point to an enhancer element in IL19 (1q32.2)

Thursday 29th January 2015

Salt, hypertension, vascular stiffness and diastolic dysfunction, what comes first?

Blood pressure and arterial stiffness in patients with high sodium intake in relation to sodium handling and left ventricular diastolic dysfunction status

Sex determines cardiovascular hemodynamics in hypertension

Blood pressure-to-height ratio for screening prehypertension and hypertension in Chinese children

Hypertensive epigenetics: from DNA methylation to microRNAs

Cardiocirculatory manifestations in Parkinson's disease patients without orthostatic hypotension

Orthostatic hypotension in a cohort of hypertensive patients referring to a hypertension clinic

The renin–angiotensin–aldosterone system and calcium-regulatory hormones

CtBP maintains cancer cell growth and metabolic homeostasis via regulating SIRT4

Targeting MKK3 as a novel anticancer strategy: molecular mechanisms and therapeutical implications

miR-34a regulates cell proliferation, morphology and function of newborn neurons resulting in improved behavioural outcomes

MicroRNA-141 inhibits tumor growth and metastasis in gastric cancer by directly targeting transcriptional co-activator with PDZ-binding motif, TAZ

DRAM1 regulates apoptosis through increasing protein levels and lysosomal localization of BAX

Angelman syndrome-associated ubiquitin ligase UBE3A/E6AP mutants interfere with the proteolytic activity of the proteasome

Inhibition of immunoproteasome reduces infarction volume and attenuates inflammatory reaction in a rat model of ischemic stroke

Do not stress, just differentiate: role of stress proteins in hematopoiesis

Influence of patent ductus arteriosus and ventilators on electrical velocimetry for measuring cardiac output in very-low/low birth weight infants

Do currently recommended Bayley-III cutoffs overestimate motor impairment in infants born <27 weeks gestation?

A comprehensive study of umbilical cord blood cell developmental changes and reference ranges by gestation, gender and mode of delivery

Weight gain in twin gestations: are the Institute of Medicine guidelines optimal for neonatal outcomes?

Neurodegeneration: Selective vulnerability

The subtype of motor neurons that is most likely to degenerate early in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is prone to endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress in mice, owing to low levels of SIL1, an ER-associated protein.


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