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21:50 EDT 18th April 2014 | BioPortfolio

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Golgi sorting regulates organization and activity of GPI proteins at apical membranes

Target identification for a Hedgehog pathway inhibitor reveals the receptor GPR39

Structural basis for hijacking siderophore receptors by antimicrobial lasso peptides

The lasso peptide microcin J25 is known to hijack the siderophore receptor FhuA for initiating internalization. Here, we provide what is to our knowledge the first structural evidence on the recognition mechanism, and our biochemical data show that a...

Rethinking biological activation of methane and conversion to liquid fuels

Labeling: Palladium brings proteins to life

A bioorthogonal decaging strategy, mediated by small-molecule palladium compounds, can recover the lysine-dependent activity of cellular proteins. This activation technique could be generally applicable for controlling and probing function of a prote...

Pluripotency: Citrullination unravels stem cells

Maintenance of the pluripotent stem cell state is regulated by the post-translational modification of histones. The discovery that citrullination of the linker histone H1 is critical to this process represents a new role for the protein arginine deim...

Metabolism: Pathogens love the poison

Itaconate is a metabolite secreted by activated macrophages that inhibits pathogen growth. Some pathogens use itaconate degradation enzymes to promote their survival and infectivity, highlighting metabolic pathways to be considered in host-pathogen i...

Kinase regulation: Switching GSK3 off

Natural products: A painful discovery

Apoptosis: A channel off-target

Cell biology: Just the two of us

Peptides: A synthetic step change

Plant innate immunity: Tussling over tyrosine

Immunology: Interfering with Interferon

Metal regulation: Iron clad delivery

Engineering synergy in biotechnology

Biotechnology is a central focus in efforts to provide sustainable solutions for the provision of fuels, chemicals and materials. On the basis of a recent open discussion, we summarize the development of this field, highlighting the distinct but comp...

Oxygen dependency as equivalent to bronchopulmonary dysplasia at different altitudes in newborns ⩽1500 g at birth from the SIBEN network

Neurodevelopmental outcomes after hypothermia therapy in the era of Bayley-III

End-tidal carbon monoxide and hemolysis

Early feeding factors associated with exclusive versus partial human milk feeding in neonates receiving intensive care

Effects of maternal iodine supplementation during pregnancy and lactation on iodine status and neonatal thyroid-stimulating hormone

Concordant or discordant results by the tuberculin skin test and the quantiFERON-TB test in children reflect immune biomarker profiles

Mammalian orthoreovirus T3D infects U-118 MG cell spheroids independent of junction adhesion molecule-A

Interleukin-35 induces regulatory B cells that suppress autoimmune disease

Regulatory B (Breg) cells producing interleukin-10 (IL-10) suppress autoimmune disease, but the mechanisms mediating their induction remain unclear. Charles E. Egwuagu and colleagues report that IL-35 induces Breg cells and also promotes their produc...

Turning ecology and evolution against cancer

This Opinion article discusses how principles that are applied to the study of ecology might be relevant to the study of cancer. Focusing on population dynamics, this article provides suggestions and ideas for understanding tumour growth and how this...


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