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Checkpoint kinase 1 CHK 1

Progression through the cell cycle is monitored by surveillance mechanisms known as cell cycle checkpoints. Dysfunction in cell cycle checkpoints leads to genomic instability and contributes to tumo...

Polo like kinase Plk 1

Polo-like kinase (Plk) is an important cell cycle regulatory kinase that has been implicated in a multitude of cell cycle events. Plks form a family of four different proteins that regulates many as...

Novel Mitotic Kinase Inhibitors

Mitosis, a central event in tumor growth, is highly regulated to ensure accurate and equal segregation of genetic materials from parent cells to daughter cells. Main effectors of this process are mi...

Bulimia Nervosa

Bulimia is an illness characterized by the cycle of binging on food, guilty feelings and resultant purging (vomiting or laxative abuse) to counteract the previous binge. It is much more common in yo...

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Freeze–thaw cycles as drivers of complex ribozyme assembly

During the early stages of life on Earth sophisticated RNA catalysts must have formed from simple precursors. Here it is shown that freeze–thaw cycles can drive the assembly of complex RNA polymeras...

Multi-omics of permafrost, active layer and thermokarst bog soil microbiomes

Over 20% of Earth’s terrestrial surface is underlain by permafrost with vast stores of carbon that, once thawed, may represent the largest future transfer of carbon from the biosphere to the atmosph...

Design of experiments reveals critical parameters for pilot‐scale freeze‐and‐thaw processing of L‐lactic dehydrogenase

Freezing constitutes an important unit operation of biotechnological protein production. Effects of freeze‐and‐thaw (F/T) process parameters on stability and other quality attributes of the protei...

Repeated use of antibiotics may increase risk of type 2 diabetes

Repeated use of some types of antibiotics may put people at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes through potentially altering their gut bacteria, according to a large observational study.

Repeated use of antibiotics linked to diabetes risk

Repeated use of some types of antibiotics may put people at increased risk of developing type-2 diabetes by possibly altering their gut bacteria, according to a large observational study published tod...

Promising New Treatment Emerges For Deadly C. difficile Colitis

A new Phase 2 pilot study shows that giving spores of a non-toxic C. difficile bacteria by mouth is effective in stopping repeated bouts of C. diff infection, a major complication of hospitalization. ...

Repeated Intravitreal Ranibizumab May Increase Intraocular Pressure

Repeated intravitreal injections of ranibizumab for diabetic macular edema (DME) may result in sustained elevation of intraocular pressure (IOP), according to results from the Diabetic Retinopathy Cli...

Unlocking the Mysteries of Bacterial Cell Cycle Regulation

As part of their long-term investigation of regulatory factors in the bacterial cell cycle, molecular biologists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst now report finding a surprising new role for...

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Effect of Freeze/Thaw Cycles on Several Biomarkers in Urine from Patients with Kidney Disease.

Urine samples were collected from eleven randomly selected patients with kidney disease, including diabetic nephropathy, chronic nephritis, and nephritic syndrome. Urine samples were treated with one ...

Production of organ extracellular matrix using a freeze-thaw cycle employing extracellular cryoprotectants.

Biologic scaffold materials composed of the extracellular matrix (ECM) are typically derived by processes that involve decellularization of tissues or organs. All decellularization methods result in t...

Genes Upregulated in Winter Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) during Mild Freezing and Subsequent Thawing Suggest Sequential Activation of Multiple Response Mechanisms.

Exposing fully cold-acclimated wheat plants to a mild freeze-thaw cycle of -3°C for 24h followed by +3°C for 24 or 48h results in dramatically improved tolerance of subsequent exposure to sub-freezi...

High Methylmercury in Arctic and Subarctic Ponds is Related to Nutrient Levels in the Warming Eastern Canadian Arctic.

Permafrost thaw ponds are ubiquitous in the eastern Canadian Arctic, yet little information exists on their potential as sources of methylmercury (MeHg) to freshwaters. They are microbially-active and...

Survival, re-expansion and cell survival of human blastocysts following vitrification and warming using two vitrification systems.

This study evaluated and compared survival, re-expansion, and percentage of live cells of individual Days 5 and 6 human blastocysts that were vitrified and warmed with the Vit Kit Freeze/Thaw (Irvine ...

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