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Biology in a twist — deciphering the origins of cell behavior

Researchers at the Mechanobiology Institute (MBI) at the National University of Singapore have discovered that the inherent ‘handedness’ of molecular structures directs the behaviour of individual cells and confers them the ability to sense the difference between left and right. This is a significant step forward in the understanding of Read Full Article Here For…

Deciphering the origins of cell behavior

Researchers at the Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore, have made significant advances in our understanding of cellular biology; providing evidence that the inherent ‘handedness’ of molecular structures directs the behavior of individual cells and confers them the ability to sense the difference between left and right. This work is Read Full Article Here For…

Scientists gain cellular-level insights into drug delivery processes

Chemists, biologists and pharmacologists deal with the question of how complex active substances can be introduced into cells such that they are rapidly and easily available. Building on earlier research, interdisciplinary teams of scientists has made some important advancements. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

Biology in a twist: Deciphering the origins of cell behavior

The inherent ‘handedness’ of molecular structures directs the behavior of individual cells and confers them the ability to sense the difference between left and right. This is a significant step forward in the understanding of cellular biology, investigators say. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: News — ScienceDaily

Scan allows scientists to determine biological age from the face alone

By Ian Sample, science editor New technology could allow doctors to further personalise treatment for patients and assess the effects of anti-ageing therapies Scientists have created a 3D imaging system they claim can reliably predict a person’s biological age from the look of their face alone. The researchers believe the technology could be used to…

Characterization of the immunophenotypes and antigenomes of colorectal cancers reveals distinct tumor escape mechanisms and novel targets for immunotherapy

By Mihaela Angelova Background: While large-scale cancer genomic projects are comprehensively characterizing the mutational spectrum of various cancers, so far little attention has been devoted to either define the antigenicity of these mutations or to characterize the immune responses they elicit. Here we present a strategy to characterize the immunophenotypes and the antigen-ome of Read…

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