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SPEXIN IN THE HALF-SMOOTH TONGUE SOLE : MOLECULAR CLONING, EXPRESSION PROFILES, AND PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS

Abstract Spexin , a novel neuropeptide discovered by the bioinformatics approach, has been shown to exert pleiotropic functions in...

ISOLATION OF ANTI-EXTRA-CELLULAR VESICLE SINGLE-DOMAIN ANTIBODIES BY DIRECT PANNING ON VESICLE-ENRICHED FRACTIONS

The thorough understanding of the physiological and pathological processes mediated by extracellular vesicles is challenged by purification...

 
 
 

POPULATION STRUCTURE AND ASSOCIATION ANALYSIS OF HEAT STRESS RELEVANT TRAITS IN CHICKPEA

Abstract Understanding genetic diversity and population structure is prerequisite to broaden the cultivated base of any crop. In the...

TETRAHYMENA DYNAMIN-RELATED PROTEIN 6 SELF-ASSEMBLES INDEPENDENT OF MEMBRANE ASSOCIATION

Abstract: Self-assembly on target membranes is one of the important properties of all dynamin family proteins. Drp6, a dynamin-related...

 
 
 

GIP(3 - 30)NH 2 IS AN EFFICACIOUS GIP RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST IN HUMANS: A RANDOMISED, DOUBLE-BLINDED, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED, CROSSOVER STUDY

Abstract Aims/hypothesis Glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide is an incretin hormone secreted postprandially from enteroendocrine...

DREAMER: A Database for Emotion Recognition Through EEG and ECG Signals From Wireless Low-Cost Off-the-Shelf Devices

DREAMER: A DATABASE FOR EMOTION RECOGNITION THROUGH EEG AND ECG SIGNALS FROM WIRELESS LOW-COST OFF-THE-SHELF DEVICES

Stamos Katsigiannis , Naeem Ramzan DREAMER is a multi-modal database consisting of electroencephalogram and electrocardiogram signals...

 
 
 
Frailty as a Predictor of Nursing Home Placement Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

FRAILTY AS A PREDICTOR OF NURSING HOME PLACEMENT AMONG COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

Background and Purpose: Frailty has been recognized as a medical syndrome characterized by decreased physiological reserve and vulnerability...

GENE NETWORK ANALYSIS OF INTERSTITIAL MACROPHAGES AFTER TREATMENT WITH INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS SECRETOME IN THE BLEOMYCIN INJURED RAT LUNG

Abstract Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis is a complex disease involving various cell types. Macrophages are essential in maintenance...

 
 
 

TRANSCRIPTIONAL CHANGES IN MESENTERIC AND SUBCUTANEOUS ADIPOSE TISSUE FROM HOLSTEIN COWS IN RESPONSE TO PLANE OF DIETARY ENERGY

Abstract Background Dairy cows can readily overconsume dietary energy during most of the prepartum period, often leading to higher...

Model-Based Estimation of Respiratory Parameters from Capnography, with Application to Diagnosing Obstructive Lung Disease

MODEL-BASED ESTIMATION OF RESPIRATORY PARAMETERS FROM CAPNOGRAPHY, WITH APPLICATION TO DIAGNOSING OBSTRUCTIVE LUNG DISEASE

Capnography is the noninvasive and effort-independent measurement of carbon dioxide concentration in exhaled breath, as a function...

 
 
 
Simultaneous Measurement of Multiple Mechanical Properties of Single Cells Using AFM by Indentation and Vibration

SIMULTANEOUS MEASUREMENT OF MULTIPLE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SINGLE CELLS USING AFM BY INDENTATION AND VIBRATION

Cells, as the elementary units of living organisms, are regulated and governed by genes, biological processes and various microenvironments,...

Professor Oliver Fiehn Awarded Paul K. and Ruth R. Stumpf Professorship in Plant Biochemistry

PROFESSOR OLIVER FIEHN AWARDED PAUL K. AND RUTH R. STUMPF PROFESSORSHIP IN PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY

The UC Davis College of Biological Sciences has named Oliver Fiehn, professor of molecular and cellular biology , to the Paul K. and...

 
 
 
Biomedical engineering graduate student experiences life outside of US through summer programs

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATE STUDENT EXPERIENCES LIFE OUTSIDE OF US THROUGH SUMMER PROGRAMS

A graduate student in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University has recently been able to travel the world,...

Physiological Function of Key Cancer Gene may Help Cancer Therapy

PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTION OF KEY CANCER GENE MAY HELP CANCER THERAPY

New study sheds light into the role of the PTEN gene, which is the second most commonly mutated gene in human cancers.

 
 
 
Being friendly can payoff

BEING FRIENDLY CAN PAYOFF

Dr. Brian Hare speaks about how friendliness and natural selection are connected at the 13th annual LSSP symposium, The Science of...

DIRECT PRODUCTION OF -3-HYDROXYBUTYRIC ACID OF HIGH OPTICAL PURITY BY HALOMONAS SP. OITC1261 UNDER AEROBIC CONDITIONS

The chiral compound -3-hydroxybutyric acid has some important physiological functions in the human body and can also be applied as...

 
 
 
Bio Roundup: Nobel Pursuit, Fundraising Fruit, A Rhythmic IPO & More

BIO ROUNDUP: NOBEL PURSUIT, FUNDRAISING FRUIT, A RHYTHMIC IPO & MORE

The 2017 Nobel Prizes with a biomedical bent were announced this week. Three researchers shared the physiology and medicine prize for...

Simultaneous Tracking of Cardiorespiratory Signals for Multiple Persons Using a Machine Vision System with Noise Artifact Removal

SIMULTANEOUS TRACKING OF CARDIORESPIRATORY SIGNALS FOR MULTIPLE PERSONS USING A MACHINE VISION SYSTEM WITH NOISE ARTIFACT REMOVAL

Ali Al-Naji , Javaan Chahl Early Access Note: Early Access articles are new content made available in advance of the final electronic...

 
 
 
The Nobel Prize in medicine explains how animals, humans, and plants are all synchronised to Earth

THE NOBEL PRIZE IN MEDICINE EXPLAINS HOW ANIMALS, HUMANS, AND PLANTS ARE ALL SYNCHRONISED TO EARTH

Our internal clocks determine nearly every biological process in our bodies, from sleeping, to eating, to our blood pressure. The Nobel...

News of Nobel prize catches U.S. scientist in his pyjamas before first coffee

NEWS OF NOBEL PRIZE CATCHES U.S. SCIENTIST IN HIS PYJAMAS BEFORE FIRST COFFEE

By Jim Heintz And David Keyton STOCKHOLM - Three Americans won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine on Monday for their discoveries...