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Localization of the MLKL Protein to the Plasma Membrane and how it Affects TNF-induced Necroptosis

“In this study, the authors’ main focus is the MLKL protein properties such as; where it is translocated, what it induces upon translocation, and the possible complexes that if forms. The experiment as whole, shows the MLKL becomes phosphorylated by RIP3 and results in an engagement with the necrosome through its interaction with RIP 3. […]

Pages: 12 Words: 3612 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Protein

Photochemical Damage and Free Radicals

Photochemical damage to tissues is likely due to the generation of free radicals by UV light, which then damage tissues via oxidation. Free radicals are atoms or molecules that have an unpaired electron, therefore they are highly unstable and so they are consistently seeking out another electron in order to be in a more stable […]

Pages: 3 Words: 847 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Oxygen, Protein
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The Importance of 3D Models in Initiation Mechanisms

In the talk given by Dr. Joan Brugge, she discusses progression, drug resistance, and the different aspects in which 3-D models aid in the investigation of cancer biology. Her laboratory has provided wonderful and crucial insights into the understanding and treatment of cancer. Dr. Brugge covered small different ‘contexts’ in which three-dimensional cultures can help […]

Pages: 3 Words: 928 Topics: Biology, Cancer, Protein, Role Models

What is UV Light?

“The visual system is arguably the most important sense that humans have in order to navigate the world around them. The eyes are highly susceptible to UV light, making them a prime target for free radical oxidation of both lipids and proteins, causing cell damage and eventually, cell death. One such disease caused by UV […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1463 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Oxygen, Protein

Personalized Medicine in Health Related Industries

“In 1997, a Nature Biotechnology article reported how the advances made in genomics have been building a foundation for a future of personalized medicines where produced drugs are focused for the individual rather than the “average person.” Over the years in health related industries, personalized medicine has become a powerful term that brings forth a […]

Pages: 11 Words: 3438 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Epigenetics, Health, Health Care, Medicine, Protein

Mechanism of Action of Artemisia and their Active Ingredients

The essential oil is extracted from leaf, areal part, stem and inflorescence of Artemisia by various method, for example, hydro-distillation methods (Pandey, A.K. et al. 2014) . Essential oil is composed of more than 60 different component, the concentration and the composition of essential oil of same species differ related to change in geographical origin. […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1097 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Chemistry, Enzyme, Protein

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