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Non-Coding RNA Vital For Gene Activation And Protein Expression

...rax appears in the Science journal. The research unravels how certain epigenetic activators, in this case Ash1 bind to the target DNA molecule to facilitate the activation of certain genes that play a crucial role in determination of cell function. The mechanism of recognition of a specific DNA sequence (ta...

Understanding Basic Motor Skills

...uch as reading in a moving automobile. This study unravels the minute details of how LTD occurs. Richard L. Huganir, Ph.D., a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator and chair of the Solomon H. Snyder Department of Neuroscience at Hopkins analyzed in a detailed manner the mechanism by which PICK1 contro...

Mind in a Bind – Alternative Intervention

...ays the tensile strength therein is marred. Heaven unravels deep within and yet another perfect body crumbles before us succumbing to the ‘inner demons’. Dr Samuel Hahnemann in his quest to find answers to such mysteries stumbled upon some universal truths which where hitherto hidden. His intense search led...

Cause of ‘Down Syndrome’ cannot be pinned down to maternal age aloe

New study unravels that other factors play a strong role along with maternal age in determining the incidence of Down's Syndrome.// Many older women who have been either contemplating a planned pregnancy or have found out that they are pregnant often find themselves re...

Scientists suggest a new ‘brain wave’ for sound sleep and improved memoy

...limited for those who suffer from it. Sleep that unravels the raveled sleeve of care as Shakespeare noted long ago seems to be the only way to beat a fevered brain. So to run down memory lane you need a shock and sound snooze! <B...

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