Experimental TB drug explodes bacteria from the inside out
... An international team of biochemists
has discovered how an experimental drug unleashes its destructive force inside the bacteria that cause tuberculosis (TB). The finding could help scien...
Quintet of proteins forms new, early-warning blood test before heart attack strikes
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A team of Johns Hopkins biochemists
has identified a mixed bag of five key proteins out of thousands secreted i...protein 1, thought to play a role in innate immunity.
The Johns Hopkins biochemists
say the presence of all or even a selected set of these proteins in a simpl...
ASINEX and CDD Team up for Open Access Data for the Scientific Community
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Beyond nutrition -- plants deliver
... such as peppermint oil as explained by Schillmiller et al.
The special issue clearly illustrates the scope of involvement of plant biologists and biochemists
in contributing rational solutions to the global shortage of fossil carbon supply.
The special issue intends to provide a sound and balanced plant...
Yeast gives rise to new concept: cell fuel is 'brains' behind division
according to Texas AgriLife Research biochemists. This discovery could play a big role in
finding cures for many human diseases, they say.
studied yeast cells and found that mitochondria, which generates 90
percent of the cells energy, can be the deciding factor the brain power behind ...
First atomic-level look at a protein that causes brain disease
...give other researchers the information they need to perform further studies, and improve our understanding of CAA, he said.
His team partnered with biochemists
from Case Western Reserve University, who took a fragment of the human prion protein for CAA and tagged it with chemical markers.
St. Jude Researchers Find Key Step in Programmed Cell Death
...nson's disease. Understanding the biochemical interactions that
control the extent of programmed cell death could lead to new treatments.
St. Jude biochemists
have long studied how cytokines--small proteins
used by neurons and blood-borne cells to communicate messages--contribute
to keeping cells alive. For ...
St. Jude researchers find key step in programmed cell death
...kinsons disease. Understanding the biochemical interactions that control the extent of programmed cell death could lead to new treatments.
St. Jude biochemists
have long studied how cytokinessmall proteins used by neurons and blood-borne cells to communicate messagescontribute to keeping cells alive. For exam...
American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Feb. 20, 2008
... addition to helping fill gasoline tanks with alcohol-based fuel, corn may have a new role in filling Fidos bowl with more healthful food, nutritional biochemists
in Illinois are reporting. They found that corn fiber shows promise as a more economical and healthier ingredient in dog food than some of the fibers ...
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A long-sought test for direct detection of disease-causing E. coli bacteria
in Japan are reporting development of a long-sought direct test for identifying the presence E. coli bacteria that get into water and food as a result...
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UC Riverside biochemists devise method for bypassing aluminum toxicity effects in plants
RIVERSIDE, Calif. Aluminum toxicity, a global agricultural problem, halts root growth in plants, severely limiting agricultural productivity for more than half of the world's arable land.
For many years, scientists have puzzled over how toxic levels of aluminum damage the growing root. The pop...
Structure of protective protein in the eye lens revealed
...cal relevance. Despite intensive efforts, up to now, none of them have managed to determine the molecular architecture of these proteins. However, TUM biochemists
have now succeeded in producing αA-crystallins and αB-crystallins recombinantly in bacteria and in obtaining uniform, clearly-structured com...
Munich researchers discover new target for tailored antibiotics
...reaction steps that are vital to microorganisms but play no relevant role in humans. Professor Michael Groll, Dr. Jrg Eppinger, and Dr. Tobias Grwert, biochemists
at the Technische Universitt Mnchen, and their research team have described in detail the structural basis for just such a reaction step.
Neural stem cell differentiation factor discovered
...ors of the Notch family play a significant role in this process. So far, only stimulating extracellular ligands of Notch receptors had been described. biochemists
of Goethe University Medical School now describe a long time assumed but not yet identified soluble Notch inhibitor.
Franfurt scientists led by Mi...
The evolution of gene regulation
...sis for more detailed studies of the evolution of regulatory systems." ( PNAS Early Edition, 22 Mai 2009)
Up until the middle of the 20th century, biochemists
spent most of their efforts studying metabolism, i.e. obtaining energy from food. Less importance was given to the technically inexplicable question...
DNA repair mechanisms relocate in response to stress
...chondria (cells' miniature power plants) have their own DNA.
Working with Doetsch, Emory graduate students Lyra Griffiths and Dan Swartzlander, and biochemists
Anita Corbett and Keith Wilkinson, genetically modified strains of yeast so that two different DNA repair enzymes would be fluorescent. They were able...
A paradigm shift in immune response regulation
... science fiction novels: NEMO.
The question that had to be answered was how does NEMO activate NF-κB? This is where the work of the Frankfurt biochemists
came in. They identified a subdomain of NEMO, called UBAN that binds selectively to a specific type of ubiquitin. This protein is ubiquitous in the ce...
Self-digestion as a means of survival
If this process malfunctions, it can result in infectious diseases, as well as cancer, Parkinson's or Alzheimer's disease. biochemists
at Frankfurt's Goethe University, working together with scientists from the University of Troms in Norway, the Weizmann Institute in Israel and the To...
Duke software dramatically speeds enzyme design
...iversity-led team has brought powerful software to the never-ending arms race between antibiotics and germs. Working together, computer scientists and biochemists
have developed and laboratory-tested a computer program that can show experimentalists how to change the machinery that bacteria use to make natural a...
Modified plants may yield more biofuel
...nections in lignin, without compromising either the biosynthesis of lignin or the structural rigidity of the plant.
The Penn State geneticists and biochemists
took a gene from beans and engineered it into a poplar tree. This gene produces a protein that inserts itself between two lignin molecules when the li...
Biochemists in Biological Technology
HiveMind Marketing to Enhance Search Results for Chemistry Solutions Leader ChemBridge
...nd onboard to significantly increase our web visibility to our key target audiences in industry and research: medicinal chemists, screening bioloists, biochemists
and chemical biologists ," said Duncan Beniston, Executive Director Sales and Marketing for ChemBridge. "HiveMind's strong experience with S...
CBDM.T, The Market and Business Intelligence Company Reviews The Enzyme Market
...Brazil. The real breakthrough in the industry happened during the 1970s. A new technology was developed, recombinant biotechnology, and this permitted biochemists
to create and modify molecules at an unprecedented level.
Enzymes are sold in many different industry segments. These segments are Detergents, Foo...
UW discovery could lead to new TB treatments
...o treat. The discovery, reported today (May 9) in the online editions of the journal Nature Structural & Molecular Biology by a team of chemists and biochemists
from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, opens the door to the development of a new family of antibiotics to treat diseases that still claim as many ...
Interview with Medical College of Wisconsin Research Foundation's new director of marketing and licensing
...tarted while working as a biochemistry graduate student at Wayne State University in Detroit.
Clark's business involved delivering fish serum to biochemists
engaged in cancer research. While limited in scope, this business lowered the cost of scientific discovery while providing Clark with a nice profit.
Biochemists in Biological Products
Anti-Sheep/Goat Sac-Cel - Solid-phase Separation System from IDS Ltd
Description:...st commercial pioneers of immunoassay in the world. IDS acquired the product range in 1987. Sac-Cel rapidly found favour with researchers and clinical biochemists
developing their own "in house" radioimmunoassays, and became a benchmark methodology for the separation of Bound from Free fractions (B/F) in RIA. Wh...
PsiPort ™ Mass Directed Auto Purification Software from Shimadzu Biotech
Description:...ully distributed client-server architecture for data review either within a secure company intranet or over the Internet. Key features Chemists and biochemists
do not need to be trained on mass spectrometry software. Web-based solution for sample log-in and interactive data review (Microsoft Internet Explor...
Biochemists in Biological Definition
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...biology in 1957 , describing the process whereby proteins are produced from nucleic DNA.
First isolation of DNA
Working in the 19th century , biochemists
initially isolated DNA and RNA (mixed together) from cell nuclei. They were relatively quick to appreciate the polymeric nature of their "nucleic acid...
...y ( V max ) of the enzyme. In this state, all enzyme active sites are saturated with substrate. However, V max is only one kinetic parameter that biochemists
are interested in. The amount of substrate needed to achieve a given rate of reaction is also of interest. This can be expressed by the Michaelis-M...
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Journal of Genetics
Annals of Human Genetics
...s. The 1964 edition of Linus Pauling 's College Chemistry asserted that DNA in nature is never longer than about 5000 base pairs . This is because biochemists
were inadvertently and with perfect consistency breaking their samples into pieces. In fact, the DNA of chromosomes can be tens of millions of base ...
...sional structures. The shape into which a protein naturally folds is known as its native state , which is determined by its sequence of amino acids. biochemists
refer to four distinct aspects of a protein's structure:
Primary structure : the amino acid sequence
Secondary structure : highly patt...
Biochemists in Biological Dictionary
...atic ribonucleoprotein complex that acts as a reverse ... Telomerase activity is almost absent in somatic cells, but it is detected in ... UCLA biochemists
have determined the three-dimensional structure of a major domain of telomerase , the enzyme that helps maintain telomeres – small piec...