Tag: "restricts" at biology news
Researchers learn what sparks plant growth
...bate over which tissue system in plants drives and restricts
cell growth. "Our work exposes the presence of ...dermis that inactivates brassinosteroid, the plant restricts
growth. Thus, cell signaling began in the epidermis and followed into the inner layers of tissue, di...
Technique offers new view of dynamic biological landscape
...d a strategy called neighborhood clustering, which restricts
analysis to genes that have related functions and that also cluster in one place in the cell. In the Cell paper, they applied the E-MAP technique to a "mini array" of 442 yeast genes that define a biological pathway called the early secretory pathw...
Max Planck researchers make a breakthrough in plant stem cell research
...ation via the WUSCHEL gene. In particular, WUSCHEL restricts
the activity of ARR7 in the apical meristem. The ARR genes in turn carry out a particularly important task in hormonal regulation: they are part of a negative feedback loop, by which the growth-inducing plant hormone cytokinin limits its own influenc...
First production of human monoclonal antibodies in chicken eggs published in Nature Biotechnology
.... Moreover, it is the only technology to date that restricts
deposition of the therapeutic protein to egg white." "Monoclonal antibodies have demonstrated great success as human therapeutics, with over 25 approved for human therapeutic use and an increasing number of these proteins in clinical development," c...
Gladstone investigators discover how resting T cells avoid HIV infection
...co-authors of the Nature paper, "Cellular APOBEC3G restricts
HIV-1 infection in resting CD4 T cells," at the Gladstone Institute of Virology and Immunology are Vanessa B. Soros, Jason F. Kreisberg, Kim Stopak, and Wes Yonemoto. Kreisberg and Stopak are students in the UCSF Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program....