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  • Genetic code: Stop does not always mean stop

    The genetic code is believed to be strongly conserved through evolution – from the earliest bacteria until today. But researchers from the Institute of Cell Biology of the University of Bern have now found two ciliate species where nature probably can be seen experimenting with the meaning of a codo more

  • Evolutionary link between protein structure and function discovered

    Proteins are more than a dietary requirement. This diverse set of molecules powers nearly all of the cellular operations in a living organism. Scientists may know the structure of a protein or its function, but haven't always been able to link the two. "The big problem in biology is the question of more

  • Evolution of Cellular Power Stations

    Mitochondria are the power stations of human cells. They provide the energy needed for the cellular metabolism. But how did these power stations evolve, and how are they constructed? Researchers from the University of Freiburg studied the role of so-called oxidase assembly machinery, or OXA, in the more

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Videos Evolution

The Race to Crack the Genetic Code

How was the code of DNA cracked? How did it confirm the theory of evolution? And why did life evolve the way it did? Matthew Cobb unravels the tangled story.Matthew Cobb is Professor of Zoology and a senior lecturer in animal behaviour at the University of Manchester. After spending some time re ... more

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Events Evolution

Course
20-09 – 25-09
2016
Seefeld in Tirol, AR

The modularity of signalling proteins and networks

More than 25 years since the discovery of modular protein binding domains, we now appreciate their critical role in the function and evolution of cell signalling networks. Modularity is a recurrent theme in signalling, operating across multiple scales, and understanding modular design principles is

Webinar
On-Demand

Planet of Viruses

Viruses are typically considered tiny parasites of little importance, but in fact they are hugely important to ecology and evolution. Join Carl Zimmer as he discusses some of the recent discoveries about the planet-wide power of viruses.

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Market studies Evolution

  • Retail Clinics - 2012 Yearbook

    GBI Research’s new report, “Retail Clinics - 2012 Yearbook”, provides insights into the US retail clinic market, with coverage of the market landscape, key market trends, market drivers and restraints. The report provides market forecasts for the retail clinic industry until 2018 and the distributio more

  • Global Dialysis Market Report: 2012 Edition

    With the fast pace evolution of technology, economy, lifestyle and every other aspect of the surrounding environment, the most affected part of our lives is the health and the vital organs of body are the ones who bear the brunt. Uncertain lifestyle, bad eating habits are few such factors which are more

  • Global Human Growth Hormone Market Report: 2012 Edition

    Pituitary- the master gland of human body is responsible for controlling crucial hormonal secretion which in turn regulates other key aspects of human body such as temperature, growth, thyroid functioning, urination and production of other hormones. It is a pea sized gland situated at the base of br more

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Evolution

Evolution In biology , evolution is a change in the inherited traits of a population from one generation to the next. These traits are the expression of gene s that are copied and passed on to offspring during reproduction . Mutation s ... more

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