3.2.2 Spinal cord
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... reduce tumor mass by 80 percent.
Embryonic stem cells switched
In Jan. 2005, using stem cells science made major progress ...
... for his other interest, consciousness . His autobiographical book What Mad Pursuit includes a description of why he left molecular biology and switched
to neuroscience. Crick's book The Astonishing Hypothesis makes the argument that neuroscience now has the tools required to begin a scientific ...
... and Willard (2005) indicates that 15% of the genes on the inactive X chromosome are actually active across all women, and a further 10% of genes were switched
on in some women.
The hypothesis was first stated by Mary F. Lyon in 1961 while she was studying the genetic consequences of radiation ...
... the immune system.
By the time the human immune system learns to recognise the protein and starts making antibodies against it, the parasite has switched
to another form of the protein, making it difficult for the immune system to keep up.
The stickiness of the red blood cells is particularly ...
In eukaryotes , protein phosphorylation is probably the most important regulatory event. Many enzymes and receptors are switched
"on" or "off" by phosphorylation and dephosphorylation. Phosphorylation is catalyzed by various specific protein kinases , whereas phosphatases ...