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DNA to Protein- 3D Animation

The information stored in the DNA is decoded by the process of transcription and translation and results in the formation of the polypeptide chain or the protein, a very important and essential biomolecule in any living organism. 36 more words


Alterations of Multipotent Mesenchymal Stromal Cells Induced by Interaction with Allogeneic Lymphocytes In Vitro

Multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) are widely used for cell therapy. Treatment with interferon-γ(IFNγ) increases the immunomodulating properties of MSCs. When administered intravenously, MSCs interact with lymphocytes. 1,289 more words


Why Grandmothers are Important...The answer Will Surprise You!

Why are Grandma’s so Important?

If you ever ask the question why Grandmothers are important, you are likely to hear answers such as:  “Grandmothers always seem to have the patience that mothers don’t” or “Grandmothers let you get away with just about anything!” Although true for most, the real reason that they are so important may be a little surprising. 340 more words


Book Review: Born Anxious

I enjoyed Born Anxious more than I expected to but less than I hoped. Written by Daniel Keating, a psychology professor at the University of Michigan, it synthesizes over a decade of research on how stress affects the course of our lives. 449 more words


Proximal and Distal Regulation

Functional Architectures of Local and Distal Regulation of Gene Expression in Multiple Human Tissues

“Analyses of the genetic correlation of gene expression across tissues confirmed that local regulation of gene expression is largely shared across tissues but that distal regulation is highly tissue specific. 173 more words