Brain surgery patients help Allen Institute study

Researchers at the Allen Institute prepare a surgical sample of brain tissue for experimentation. Allen Institute for Brain Science   Brain surgery patients help Allen Institute study Cell samples, formerly discarded, are advancing science’s understanding of the brain Researchers at ...

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Cellular power outage

Quality control for defective proteins: Failure of ribosome-associated quality control (RQC) for the clearance of ribosome-blocked proteins destined for the mitochondria leads to accumulation of toxic aggregates and mitochondrial toxicity. MPI f. Biochemistry/ M. Krause   Cellular power outage Scientists ...

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Gut response to fluid flow

  Gut response to fluid flow by Anne Meyer Flow of fluids through the gut, such as milk from an infant’s diet, generates a shear stress on cells lining the intestine. Ken Lau, Ph.D., and colleagues have demonstrated that microvilli ...

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Hubble Observes Exoplanet that Snows Sunscreen

Nighttime Titanium Oxide Snow Leaves Dayside Cloud-Free and Cooler Hubble Observes Exoplanet that Snows Sunscreen NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has found a blistering hot planet outside our solar system where it “snows” sunscreen. The problem is the sunscreen (titanium oxide) ...

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Thai Beef Kabobs

  Thai Beef Kabobs The spicy marinade really adds to the tender beef for a perfect kabob. Ready in 8 hours 45 minutes Ingredients: 1 pound beef tenderloin; cubed in 1″ pieces 2 teaspoons oyster sauce 2 teaspoons Fish sauce ...

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