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What actually goes on inside a cell?

Cells are very busy meaning there are always numerous events going on. What are some fundamental processes in a cell?

Making proteins

Proteins play roles in all cellular processes. 811 more words

Biology

Breakthrough Challenge: Protein Synthesis

Season 3 was marked by a variety of curious questions which led us to choose our topic of interest that we would cultivate int a video for the Junior Breakthrough Challenge. 217 more words

40% Greater Muscle Building Response from Whole Eggs Than From Egg Whites

40% Greater Muscle Building Response from Whole Eggs Than From Egg Whites

40% Greater Muscle Building Response from Whole Eggs Than From Egg Whites

Researchers were astounded when they discovered that whole eggs stimulated a muscle building response 40% greater than egg whites. 37 more words

Health Technology News

40% Greater Muscle Building Response from Whole Eggs Than From Egg Whites

40% Greater Muscle Building Response from Whole Eggs Than From Egg Whites

40% Greater Muscle Building Response from Whole Eggs Than From Egg Whites

Researchers were astounded when they discovered that whole eggs stimulated a muscle building response 40% greater than egg whites. 37 more words

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40% Greater Muscle Building Response from Whole Eggs Than From Egg Whites

40% Greater Muscle Building Response from Whole Eggs Than From Egg Whites

40% Greater Muscle Building Response from Whole Eggs Than From Egg Whites

Researchers were astounded when they discovered that whole eggs stimulated a muscle building response 40% greater than egg whites. 37 more words

What matters the most to cells

“If you asked a group of scientists which is more important for a cell, maintaining the integrity of its DNA containing all of the organism’s genetic information, or the fidelity of transcription – the process that transcribes DNA into RNA, which leads to protein synthesis – the vast majority would agree that repairing DNA is more important,” said corresponding author… 722 more words

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