Daily Archives: July 5, 2013

Aerobic Glycolysis – Glyoxalase 1 (Glo1) : Autism, Diabetes, Schizophrenia and Depression.

Fueling Function Over Expansion in T Cells http://www.sciencemag.org/content/341/6141/37.short Vertebrates generate millions of unique T cell receptors during T cell development, ensuring that the immune system can recognize any number of potential pathogens. A compromise for this extraordinary molecular diversity is … Continue reading

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Maturing Microbiomes : Age Shifts in Key Microbes

Maturing microbiomes: Julia Oh discusses the age-dependent differences between human skin microbiomes http://www.biomedcentral.com/biome/maturing-microbiomes-julia-oh-discusses-the-age-dependent-differences-between-human-skin-microbiomes/ The human microbiome, referring to the collective genomes of the diverse array of microbes that live on the human body, varies from one anatomical region to another, … Continue reading

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Influenza New Understandings : Lipids, Genes and Proteins

New approaches to understanding infection may uncover novel therapies against influenza http://www.seattlebiomed.org/press-release/new-approaches-understanding-infection-may-uncover-novel-therapies-against-influenza The influenza virus’ ability to mutate quickly has produced new, emerging strains that make drug discovery more critical than ever. For the first time, researchers at Seattle BioMed, … Continue reading

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