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UGA researcher uses cellular biology to target lethal parasites - Online Athens


Online Athens
“In some areas, you have 50 to 60 percent of people who are infected with Chagas disease,” said Docampo, the Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar in Cellular Biology. This obscenely high disease burden strains developing nations' resources by ...

U.Va. pharmacology lab finds wrinkles in cells contribute to age-related diseases - University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily


University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily
A research team led by Pharmacology Asst. Prof. Irina Bochkis used a liver disease model to study age-associated diseases related to metabolism at the cellular level. The lab found that some diseases, including fatty liver disease, are caused by ...

Defining Interacting Regulatory Genes That Define Cell Subtypes - Technology Networks


Technology Networks
“The method has great potential for regenerative medicine when it comes to replacing cell subpopulations that have been lost in the course of disease, for example,” explains Prof. Dr Antonio del Sol, head of the Computational Biology group of the ...

Ageing effects on physiology and nutrition of older pets – part 1 - vet times


vet times
An increase in the percentage of elderly pets has occurred, similar to humans. About one-third of pet dogs and cats in the UK are more than seven years of age, although the age a pet becomes “old” is difficult to define and old age is not a disease.

Immunology symposium unites Ithaca, New York City scientists - Cornell Chronicle


Cornell Chronicle
Cornell experts from Ithaca and New York City gathered June 26-27 at the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) for the Immunology in Health and Disease Symposium, an event that sparked new ideas for collaboration between Weill Cornell Medicine ...

Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde: Healing mesenchymal cells morph and destroy muscles in models of spinal cord injury, ALS and ... - Science Daily


Science Daily
The findings were published today in Nature Cell Biology. By studying the muscles of ALS patients and mouse models of motor neuron injury or disease, the scientists found FAP cells actually promoted muscle wasting and scarring. The cells activated a ...

How do jumping genes cause disease, drive evolution? - Phys.Org


Phys.Org
Almost half of our DNA sequences are made up of jumping genes—also known as transposons. They jump around the genome in developing sperm and egg cells and are important to evolution. But their mobilization can also cause new mutations that lead to ...

Fungal Disease

Washington State University
United States

Includes links to other regional resources.

Center for Medical Mycology
United States

Unique resource combining clinical and basic science research in fungal biology, dermatophytes, candida albicans, fungal biofilms, fungal virulence factors, susceptibility ...

Elm Research Institute
Canada

Nonprofit organization dedicated to the restoration of the American elm tree, Ulmus americana. Includes information about Dutch elm disease and ...

John McCusker Laboratory
United States

Study fungal genetics and microbiology. Features research projects, publications, and plasmid sequences.

Cornell University's Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic
United States

Provides diagnosis services to extension, homeowners, and commercial growers.

Blastomyces dermatitidis
United States

Tom Volk provides photographs and information on this dimorphic fungal agent of blastomycosis, a disease that primarily affects humans and ...

Doctor Fungus
United States

Doctor Fungus, your on-line reference to all things mycological!! The website is owned by the DoctorFungus Corporation and is dedicated ...

Fungal Genetics Stock Center
United States

Features the center history, catalog and fees, genes and symbols used, availability of strains, and newsletter .

Protozoological Abstracts
United States

Online bibliographic and abstracts database of internationally published research on parasitic protozoa.

Fungal Network of New Zealand (FUNNZ)
New Zealand

The fungal Network of New Zealand (FUNNZ) is an independent non-profit incorporated mycological society open to anybody. FUNNZ organises an ...

Microbial Pathogenesis
Netherlands

This journal publishes original contributions, mini-reviews, and notes on molecular and cellular mechanisms in infectious disease. It covers infectious agents ...

Fungal Genome Research
United States

Provides information on the research activities at the Stajich Lab, UC Riverside, including a blog on fungal comparative genomics, a ...

Pan-American Aerobiology Association
United States

Organized to support research on the sources, dispersal, and deposition of airborne biological particles such as pollen and fungal spores.

Fungal Genome Resource
United States

A repository of information and services to assist the fungal genomics community. Includes physical maps, sequence data, ongoing projects, and ...

Studies in Mycology
Netherlands

The CBS fungal Biodiversity Centre - an institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and situated ...

Mycorrhizas
Australia

Introduction to the topic as part of a university course in fungal biology.

Mycology - Endophytes in General
Australia

Introduction to endophyte associations as part of a basic university course in fungal biology.

10 Symptoms of Kidney Disease
United States

Many people who have chronic kidney disease don't know it, because the early signs can be very subtle. It can ...

Revista Iberoamericana de Micologéa
United States

Online and in print journal on all aspects of fungi. Includes general and subscription information, author guidelines, and abstracts in ...

Hydros Environmental Diagnostics
United States

Producers of agricultural reagents and diagnostics kits for on site plant disease detection.

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