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Novel mechanism linking changes in mitochondria to cancer cell death - Science Daily


Science Daily
The findings, published in Nature Cell Biology, demonstrate that the enzyme RIPK1 decreases the number of mitochondria in a cell. This loss of mitochondria leads to oxidative stress that can potentially kill cancer cells, though researchers speculate ...

Associate or Senior Editor (Cell Biology), Nature Communications - (REQ22702) - Publishers Lunch Deluxe


Publishers Lunch Deluxe
Nature Research is a flagship portfolio of journals, products and services including Nature and the Nature-branded journals, dedicated to serving the scientific community. Job title: Associate or Senior Editor (Cell Biology). Department: Nature ...

Biochemistry/Cell Biology Major and Molecular Biology Majors Combined Starting Fall 2018 - The Triton


The Triton
UC San Diego's Division of Biological Sciences is combining the Biochemistry/Cell Biology major and Molecular Biology major to form a new major, Molecular and Cell Biology, for students admitted after Fall 2018. The Biology Education Committee ...

Genentech: Research Apoptosis (Programmed Cell Death)

San Francisco - United States

Resource for medical professionals, students, researchers on Apoptosis or programmed cell death, and its relationship to cancer.

Related
United Kingdom

Describes and illustrates the roles of caspases and the bcl-2 family, and discusses the potential therapeutic benefits of suppression/induction of apoptosis. Includes cv, research interests and contacts for author at University of Leeds, England.

Apoptosis: An International Journal on Programmed Cell Death
United States

Devoted to the rapid publication of innovative basic and clinically-oriented investigations into programmed cell death.

United States

Human neutrophils are constantly produced in the marrow and released into the blood to search for invading pathogens. Apoptosis AnimationAfter only one day, they "commit suicide" and are replaced by younger cells. Beginning with the typical neutrophil shape, the apoptotic neutrophil in the clip above undergoes a series of changes including violent membrane blebbing, called zeiosis, (animation to the right) and fragmentation of DNA creating a vacu

Cell Death Society
United States

Includes introduction, FAQs, and discussion of apoptosis and programmed cell death, for researchers and students.

Cell Death Society
United States

Lists of meetings related to apoptosis and programmed cell death. Includes contacts for membership based in Flushing, NY.

Cell Death and Differentiation
United States

Sample issue, and searchable archive of monthly abstracts since 1997, with PDF of articles available to subscribers. Includes instruction to authors and customer services at Nature, London, UK.

Germany

Articles and reviews in the areas of molecular, cell, and supracellular biology.

United States

Studies on the general organization and activity of cells from the molecular level to the level of cell interaction and differentiation.

Stem Cell Research
United States

Daily news and related coverage from Yahoo!

Institute of Stem Cell Research
United Kingdom

Multidisciplinary molecular, cellular and developmental biology projects focused on the mechanisms of self-renewal and differentiation processes, to provide foundations for replacement therapies in human disease and injury. Based at the University in Edinburgh, Scotland.