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Biochemical constraints on genes involved in early embryonic development.

Chemical reactions form the foundation of life, yet such elementary activities are rarely considered when trying to understand higher-level processes, such as embryonic development. Nevertheless, as recently shown by… 747 more words

These Are the Cells You’re Looking for: Scientists Devise New Way to Extract Bone-Making Stem Cells from Fat

Buried within our fat tissue are stashes of stem cells—a hidden reservoir of cells that, if given the right cues, can transform into cells that make up bone, cartilage or fat. 535 more words

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New 3D-gene® miRNA and mRNA expression profiling service

Recently, tebu-bio and Toray reached agreement for miRNA and mRNA profiling lab services. Already recognised as a European service provider in genomics, proteomics and cell-based assays, tebu-bio now brings European researchers access to Toray’s 3D-Gene® microRNA and mRNA profiling technology, offered through lab services. 616 more words

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BioGPS Featured Article – Molecular signatures of the evolving immune response in mice with bordetella pertussis infection | The Su Lab

BioGPS has become the valuable resource that it is because of the contributions from our wonderful user community. Thank you for contributing plugins, suggestions, and ideas–all of which have improved BioGPS for everyone. 133 more words

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Icing Injuries - Great article from Joshua Stone, Athletic Medicine

http://stoneathleticmedicine.com/2014/09/icing-injuries-are-we-evidence-based/

Highlights:

Mechanotransduction and cellular signaling:
Abrahams, et al., 2013: Tendinopathy is a result of gene polymorphism, not inflammation.
Load stimulates mRNA to be sent to the endoplasmic for gene transcription and proteogenesis. 228 more words

Study Finds How BPA Affects Gene Expression, Anxiety; Soy Mitigates Effects

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Release Date: 09.07.2012
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New research led by researchers at North Carolina State University shows that exposure to the chemical bisphenol A (BPA) early in life results in high levels of anxiety by causing significant gene expression changes in a specific region of the brain called the amygdala. 547 more words

BPA - Bisphenol A