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Mitochondrial cyclophilin D regulates T cell metabolic responses and disease tolerance to tuberculosis - Science


Science
Since the discovery of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) over a century ago, great progress has been made in defining mechanisms of host resistance to tuberculosis (TB). By contrast, our understanding of how 90 to 95% of infected individuals live with ...

WCM-Q forum explores role of cell signalling in disease - Gulf Times


Gulf Times
The two-day conference on 'Signalling at Membrane Contact Sites' brought expert speakers to Doha from all over the world, including Prof Ole Petersen, CBE, professor of physiology at Cardiff University, Wales, UK; Dr Andreas Guse, director of ...
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Former Sauk Prairie High School grad receives research award for biochemistry - WiscNews


WiscNews
Prairie du Sac resident Paige Pistono will spend her summer investigating heart disease after receiving an undergraduate summer research award from the UW-Madison Department of Biochemistry. Pistono, a 2015 graduate of Sauk Prairie High School, ...

Neuromuscular Disease Center: Apoptosis

Saint Louis - United States

Offers profiles of disease related proteins.

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Neuromuscular Disease Center: Washington University, St Louis
United States

The Center provides a neuromuscular clinic, an electrodiagnostic service and a clinical laboratory. Includes detailed information on neuromuscular diseases and syndromes.

United States

Mission is to improve the lives of individuals with neuromuscular diseases by developing and evaluating new strategies that address lifelong needs for research-based medical care and counseling, psychosocial well-being, education, and independent living.

Gastoenteric Disease Center
United States

Diagnostic serotyping, fimbrial, and toxin characterization of E. coli. Monoclonal antibody and fimbrial test kits also available. This site also contains extensive links to news items concerning E. coli.

The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease
United States

Research center regarding epstein-barr virus and the disease it causes.

Center for Inherited Disease Research - Johns Hopkins University
United States

High throughput genotyping and statistical genetics services to investigators seeking to identify genes contributing to human disease.

United States
Apoptosis
United States

Aims to stimulate both research on the basis of mechanisms of apoptosis and on its role in various human disease processes.

Apoptosis World
United States

Resources for researchers, with information and links to manufacturers' assay kits, protocols, literature reviews, and site-submission.

Dysregulation of Apoptosis
United States

Apoptosis (programmed cell death) is a key process in cancer development and progression. The ability of cancer cells to avoid apoptosis and continue to proliferate is one of the fundamental hallmarks of cancer and is a major target of cancer therapy development. Developing novel molecules that promote apoptosis by targeting both the intrinsic and extrinsic apoptotic pathways advances our understanding of the mechanisms behind tumor cell prolifer

Apoptosis in Renal Diseases
United States

Paper reviewing the current knowledge on the regulation of apoptosis with particular emphasis on renal cell death and apoptosis role in triggering renal disease.