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  • How a genetic mutation can interfere with the powerhouses of cells

    Dr. Nora Vögtle, head of an Emmy Noether junior research group at the Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine of the University of Freiburg, together with her team and in cooperation with paediatricians from Europe, Australia and the USA, has identified the molecular consequences of a previ more

  • ALS gene points to common role of cytoskeleton in disease

    An international team of researchers led by John Landers, PhD, at UMass Medical School, and Bryan Traynor, MD, PhD, at the National Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has identified KIF5A as a new gene associated with the development of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) more

  • Why asbestos is so dangerous

    Long, pointed asbestos fibres induce chronic inflammation, which can lead to cancer. SNSF-funded researchers have found underlying mechanisms for this and hope their results will help prevent damage. The fact that asbestos causes cancer has been largely undisputed for nearly 50 years. Now, research more

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Conference
25-04 – 27-04
2018
Heidelberg, DE

EMBL Conference: The Epitranscriptome

The regulation of the transcriptome is key to cellular processes that underpin cell biology, development and tissue function. All classes of cellular RNA are subject to posttranscriptional modification, be it by direct chemical modification, editing or non-templated nucleotide additions. Furthermore

Conference
24-06 – 29-06
2018
Newry, US

Mutagenesis

The 2018 Gordon Research Conference on Mutagenesis will focus on the causes and consequences of mutagenesis, addressing topics ranging from the fundamental molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis through the roles of mutagenesis in biology and disease to the exploitation of mutagenesis and mutagenic mec

Conference
05-09 – 08-09
2018
Heidelberg, DE

EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Principles of Chromosome Structure and Function

Chromosomes are arguabely one of the most important structures inside cells. Several meters of DNA are compacted into micrometer-sized assemblies in every human cell. Recent advances in our understanding of how this is achieved, and of its implications on nuclear functions, have been breathtaking. I

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Mutation

Mutation In biology , mutations are changes to the base pair sequence of the genetic material of an organism. Mutations can be caused by copying errors in the genetic material during cell division , by exposure to ultraviolet or ionizing ra ... more

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