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iol.co.za
Noakes to speak at CT Science Centrediets from an increasingly young age. The optimum development of the brain at a
Noakes to speak at CT Science Centre
iol.co.za / Posted 47 minutes ago
diets from an increasingly young age. The optimum development of the brain at all ages requires diets that are high in protein, and especially fat, and low in refined carbohydrates.” The talk, at 6pm for 6.30pm, will be followed by a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Livestock Market Update - May 2016and primary source of energy in livestock nutrition. Together with soya beans,
Livestock Market Update - May 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 52 minutes ago
and primary source of energy in livestock nutrition. Together with soya beans, the other major stockfeed ingredient and protein component, they constitute 63 percent of the tonnage of ingredients used by Zimbabwe's stockfeed industry and 76... Read more
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Medical News Today
Bipolar, autism, and schizophrenia might share genetic originthe team found 84 rare variants that segregated with bipolar disorder. These va
Bipolar, autism, and schizophrenia might share genetic origin
Medical News Today / Posted an hour ago
the team found 84 rare variants that segregated with bipolar disorder. These variants were also predicted to damage the protein that the gene was responsible for coding. Next, the team took these 84 variants and tested them in a larger sample... Read more
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Farming Life
Barenbrug launches fast growing Barspectra IIfor use in multi-cut systems. In terms of nutritional value and palatability, B
Barenbrug launches fast growing Barspectra II
Farming Life / Posted 2 hours ago
for use in multi-cut systems. In terms of nutritional value and palatability, Barspectra II has high digestibility, crude protein content and is rich in soluble sugars. UK trials of Barspectra II began in September 2014. The aim was to assess the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Gene-replacement therapy could be potential treatment option for SMARD1study determined that a low dose of the gene-replacement therapy led to signifi
Gene-replacement therapy could be potential treatment option for SMARD1
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 hours ago
study determined that a low dose of the gene-replacement therapy led to significant improvements in muscle strength, protein expression in motor neurons and an extension in life span of the SMARD1 mouse model. The results of this study... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Duke scientists develop human-derived antibody that preferentially attacks cancer cellsmechanism that cancer tumors exploit. Cells in the body essentially use a home
Duke scientists develop human-derived antibody that preferentially attacks cancer cells
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 hours ago
mechanism that cancer tumors exploit. Cells in the body essentially use a home security system that relies on certain proteins to protect the cell surface and keep it safe. These proteins help the cell avoid injury and even death from unwanted... Read more
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express
Forget personal trainers and protein shakes - all you need to speed up weight loss is THIS MANY OF us reach for it in the morning, but fitness fanatics and gym junkies
Forget personal trainers and protein shakes - all you need to speed up weight loss is THIS
express / Posted 2 hours ago
MANY OF us reach for it in the morning, but fitness fanatics and gym junkies swear by an espresso as the ideal weight-loss weapon. Caffeine could be the key... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Agriculture Minister, Ogbeh, Insists Imported, Cultivated Grass Will End Herdsmen Violencesome. "There is no way you can keep cows without good grass to feed them and t
Agriculture Minister, Ogbeh, Insists Imported, Cultivated Grass Will End Herdsmen Violence
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
some. "There is no way you can keep cows without good grass to feed them and the grass must have a minimum of 18 per cent protein, trace elements and amino acids, then the cow will give you good meat," he said. NAN reports that Mr. Ogbeh was... Read more
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TribLIVE
Newsmaker: Rebecca Alfordbecame an undergraduate research assistant in a Johns Hopkins University lab wh
Newsmaker: Rebecca Alford
TribLIVE / Posted 5 hours ago
became an undergraduate research assistant in a Johns Hopkins University lab where she helped develop a method for modeling proteins in cell membranes. She first assisted at a university laboratory when she was a junior in high school in Commack,... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Would you want your kids eating this at school?Food Services Coordinator told the board at a meeting Wednesday that their food
Would you want your kids eating this at school?
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 5 hours ago
Food Services Coordinator told the board at a meeting Wednesday that their food vendor substituted the regular pizza with a protein-based pizza without the school’s knowledge. “That has been addressed with the vendor, and they will not be... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Starving cancer cells may be key to stopping growth, scientists saycent, researchers at the Australian National University (ANU) have discovered.
Starving cancer cells may be key to stopping growth, scientists say
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
cent, researchers at the Australian National University (ANU) have discovered. Scientists at the ANU were looking into how protein supply could be used to treat diabetes when they realised the same method could be repurposed for fighting... Read more
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Daily Princetonian
Study finds reducing beef crucial to more sustainable futureA population spike of 133 percent will mean more mouths to feed. Furthermore, t
Study finds reducing beef crucial to more sustainable future
Daily Princetonian / Posted 7 hours ago
A population spike of 133 percent will mean more mouths to feed. Furthermore, the average person will eat more calories, protein and animal-based products due to trends like urbanization, increasing household wealth and the commercialization of... Read more
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TribLIVE
Tangy grapefruit bursting with healthy benefitsat room temperature for about 30 minutes. Nutrition per serving: 155 calories
Tangy grapefruit bursting with healthy benefits
TribLIVE / Posted 8 hours ago
at room temperature for about 30 minutes. Nutrition per serving: 155 calories, 0 grams fat, 40 grams carbohydrate, 1 gram protein, 4 grams dietary fiber, 4 milligrams sodium Lori Zanteson writes for Environmental Nutrition, the independent... Read more
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The North West Star
Our door of opportunity is now unlockedunprecedented opportunities for local cattlemen, including Doomadgee to beat re
Our door of opportunity is now unlocked
The North West Star / Posted 8 hours ago
unprecedented opportunities for local cattlemen, including Doomadgee to beat recurring droughts And overcome our annual protein drought. This canal through the saltwater flats provides the best site for prawn farming in Australia (much better... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tom Brady is publishing a $200 COOKBOOKfood: Tom's diet is even more limited than Gisele's — he usually won't eat frui
Tom Brady is publishing a $200 COOKBOOK
Daily Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
food: Tom's diet is even more limited than Gisele's — he usually won't eat fruit, fungi, or caffeinated beverages Added protein: The Brady family will eat some lean meats such as grass-fed organic steak, duck, chicken, and fish, especially wild... Read more
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The Advocate
Health briefs for Feb. 15, 2016: Parkinson’s support group meets, free kidney screenings availableChurch, 9700 Scenic Highway, Baton Rouge DETAILS: Free testing — urine and blo
Health briefs for Feb. 15, 2016: Parkinson’s support group meets, free kidney screenings available
The Advocate / Posted 9 hours ago
Church, 9700 Scenic Highway, Baton Rouge DETAILS: Free testing — urine and blood test for kidney function, glucose and protein, blood pressure and BMI. Educational information will be available. You should get a kidney screening if you are 18... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Use multiple strategies to lose weight, keep it offhunger cues will still be there and you'll still want to eat." It's crucial fo
Use multiple strategies to lose weight, keep it off
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 9 hours ago
hunger cues will still be there and you'll still want to eat." It's crucial for all meals and snacks to have healthy fat, protein, and complex carbs. So put some peanut butter on that afternoon apple. "Adding some protein," Cohen said, "adding a... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Bold Zika mosquitoes love to hang with humansdepartment at Cornell University in New York. "You won't find it in places with
Bold Zika mosquitoes love to hang with humans
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 10 hours ago
department at Cornell University in New York. "You won't find it in places without humans." Female mosquitoes need the protein and other nutrients in blood to make eggs. The Aedes aegypti produces more eggs and lives longer after dining on our... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Mum loses one of her unborn twins - claims hospital 'didn't listen to concerns'undergoing neurological tests, Becky says she was sent home and saw a consultan
Mum loses one of her unborn twins - claims hospital 'didn't listen to concerns'
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 hours ago
undergoing neurological tests, Becky says she was sent home and saw a consultant two days later when another test showed protein in her urine. After developing a severe headache, blurred vision and more swelling, she went back to hospital but... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Bold Zika mosquitoes love to hang with humansdepartment at Cornell University in New York. "You won't find it in places with
Bold Zika mosquitoes love to hang with humans
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 10 hours ago
department at Cornell University in New York. "You won't find it in places without humans." Female mosquitoes need the protein and other nutrients in blood to make eggs. The Aedes aegypti produces more eggs and lives longer after dining on our... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Bold Zika mosquitoes love to hang with humansdepartment at Cornell University in New York. "You won't find it in places with
Bold Zika mosquitoes love to hang with humans
The Record Searchlight / Posted 10 hours ago
department at Cornell University in New York. "You won't find it in places without humans." Female mosquitoes need the protein and other nutrients in blood to make eggs. The Aedes aegypti produces more eggs and lives longer after dining on our... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Bold Zika mosquitoes love to hang with humansdepartment at Cornell University in New York. "You won't find it in places with
Bold Zika mosquitoes love to hang with humans
Naples Daily News / Posted 10 hours ago
department at Cornell University in New York. "You won't find it in places without humans." Female mosquitoes need the protein and other nutrients in blood to make eggs. The Aedes aegypti produces more eggs and lives longer after dining on our... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’tliver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guide
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’t
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 hours ago
liver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guidelines. Eggs are an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, and several vitamins and minerals. The story of fat spreads, such as margarine and butter, is... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
A perspective on Mothers' Daythe food value of every grocery produce selection but she, as an early onset di
A perspective on Mothers' Day
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 12 hours ago
the food value of every grocery produce selection but she, as an early onset diabetic, knew all about ingredients such as protein, potassium, etc. before they were required on food labels. She also used saccharine and lived into her 90s, despite... Read more
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Queensland Times
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’tliver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guide
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’t
Queensland Times / Posted 12 hours ago
liver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guidelines. Eggs are an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, and several vitamins and minerals. The story of fat spreads, such as margarine and butter, is... Read more
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Daily News
Plain sailing at South China Seais regarding resources, mainly fishery, oil and gas. The fishery resources from
Plain sailing at South China Sea
Daily News / Posted 12 hours ago
is regarding resources, mainly fishery, oil and gas. The fishery resources from the South China Sea have been the important protein source for Chinese people over thousands of years. Successive Chinese governments have exercised effective management... Read more
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New York Post
Avoid these 7 things at all costs when getting ready for bikini seasoninto a fat-burning machine, the key is in fueling your body with the right food
Avoid these 7 things at all costs when getting ready for bikini season
New York Post / Posted 12 hours ago
into a fat-burning machine, the key is in fueling your body with the right foods. Research shows that filling up on lean protein sources like chicken and fish, as well as healthy fats found in foods like nuts and avocados, can help keep you slim... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’tliver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guide
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’t
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 12 hours ago
liver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guidelines. Eggs are an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, and several vitamins and minerals. The story of fat spreads, such as margarine and butter, is... Read more
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News Mail
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’tliver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guide
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’t
News Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
liver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guidelines. Eggs are an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, and several vitamins and minerals. The story of fat spreads, such as margarine and butter, is... Read more
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The Economic Times
Was 31-year-old Christine Bredo the X-factor in Agusta deal?at 37, Warren Street, London. She continues to hold sole directorship of two co
Was 31-year-old Christine Bredo the X-factor in Agusta deal?
The Economic Times / Posted 12 hours ago
at 37, Warren Street, London. She continues to hold sole directorship of two companies, French Crystal Decor Limited and Croprotein Ltd, both registered at the same central London address as that used for Beetel Nut. Investigators believe these... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’tliver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guide
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’t
Daily Examiner / Posted 12 hours ago
liver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guidelines. Eggs are an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, and several vitamins and minerals. The story of fat spreads, such as margarine and butter, is... Read more
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Golf Magazine
Grading 4 PGA Tour Players' Pre-Round Mealsup! Johnson Wagner PRE-ROUND MEAL: "Roast beef sandwich." EXPERT'S TAKE: "Thi
Grading 4 PGA Tour Players' Pre-Round Meals
Golf Magazine / Posted 12 hours ago
up! Johnson Wagner PRE-ROUND MEAL: "Roast beef sandwich." EXPERT'S TAKE: "This meal could pack more carbs and better protein sources. Add a salad with fruit, nuts and avocado to keep from hitting a wall on the back nine." RATING: PAR Gary... Read more
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Northern Star
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’tliver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guide
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’t
Northern Star / Posted 12 hours ago
liver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guidelines. Eggs are an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, and several vitamins and minerals. The story of fat spreads, such as margarine and butter, is... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’tliver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guide
Five foods that used to be bad for you but now aren’t
The Daily Mercury / Posted 12 hours ago
liver and shellfish) by removing it as a nutrient of concern from dietary guidelines. Eggs are an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, and several vitamins and minerals. The story of fat spreads, such as margarine and butter, is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Ants opt for protein snacks over sweeter treats By Kylie Bartholomew and Jasmin Midgley Photo: Australia's School of Ants pu
Ants opt for protein snacks over sweeter treats
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
By Kylie Bartholomew and Jasmin Midgley Photo: Australia's School of Ants puts meat, a biscuit and sugar solution outside to attract ants. (Supplied: Dr Kirsti Abbott) The next time you are being... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
18 Dinner Recipes That Require No Planning Aheadmarinate for 20 minutes. Do that first, and by the time you're finished preppin
18 Dinner Recipes That Require No Planning Ahead
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 hours ago
marinate for 20 minutes. Do that first, and by the time you're finished prepping the ingredients for the stir-fry, your protein will be rearing to go!A Spicy Perspective's Garlic Lime Oven-Baked Salmon You're five ingredients and 10 or 15... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Yeast infection in men linked to schizophrenia, bipolar disorderthat schizophrenia may be a result of an overactive immune system. The most rec
Yeast infection in men linked to schizophrenia, bipolar disorder
Bel Marra Health / Posted 13 hours ago
that schizophrenia may be a result of an overactive immune system. The most recent findings uncovered that there is a protein that tells the brain to remove certain neural connections during childhood, increasing the risk of developing... Read more
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examiner.com
Florida avocados healthier with less fat and caloriesiron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, vitamins A, B1 (thiamine, B2 (Riboflav
Florida avocados healthier with less fat and calories
examiner.com / Posted 13 hours ago
iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, vitamins A, B1 (thiamine, B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (niacin), and zinc, 2 grams of protein and 15 grams of healthy fats. Compare those numbers to the SlimCado nutritional facts listed on the Brooks Tropicals... Read more
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Golf Magazine
How Coffee Can Help Your Golf Gameexpect it to last for 18 holes," Goodson warns. If you like a lot of coffee, M
How Coffee Can Help Your Golf Game
Golf Magazine / Posted 13 hours ago
expect it to last for 18 holes," Goodson warns. If you like a lot of coffee, Mr. Venti, then pair it with a meal heavy in protein, carbs and healthy fat—such as a veggie omelet with toast—to stabilize your blood-sugar levels. "Be smart," Goodson... Read more
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The Advocate
Find your match with ‘Eat What You Love’ cookbookcookbook also offers readers information on nutrition, including how to count c
Find your match with ‘Eat What You Love’ cookbook
The Advocate / Posted 13 hours ago
cookbook also offers readers information on nutrition, including how to count calories, why fat matters, and sugar, protein and salt smarts. More On This Topic In addition, Koch provides tips on what ingredients to keep in the pantry,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Split-second imaging reveals molecular changes involved in visionIn this illustration, the structure of a crystallized protein (center) changes
Split-second imaging reveals molecular changes involved in vision
PhysOrg / Posted 13 hours ago
In this illustration, the structure of a crystallized protein (center) changes as it reacts to light (coming from left). The X-ray laser beam (coming from the bottom) hits the crystal, diffracting photons, which allowed scientists to recreate a 3-D... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Pet of the Week: Athena the Ferreton a regular basis They can walk on a leash and be litterbox trained Food/die
Pet of the Week: Athena the Ferret
WWLP Springfield / Posted 14 hours ago
on a regular basis They can walk on a leash and be litterbox trained Food/diet info: Dry ferret food that is high in protein should be your pets primary diet Moist canned food can also be substituted occasionally There are a variety of... Read more
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examiner.com
Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse N.Y.C. chef shares shrimp recipe for summer grillingyou share a shellfish allergy, which so many people have, shrimp is ideal for d
Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse N.Y.C. chef shares shrimp recipe for summer grilling
examiner.com / Posted 14 hours ago
you share a shellfish allergy, which so many people have, shrimp is ideal for dieters as it is low in calories, has lots of protein and contains vitamin B12. So jot this down or print it out for the perfect summer BBQing: Start with Medium Heat –... Read more
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Wired News
The Mysteries of Chickpea Water, a Magical Substitute for Eggs (No, Really)discovery is that labs have spent years trying to recreate the complexity of eg
The Mysteries of Chickpea Water, a Magical Substitute for Eggs (No, Really)
Wired News / Posted 14 hours ago
discovery is that labs have spent years trying to recreate the complexity of eggs, scoop by powdery scoop. Start with pea protein or wheat gluten, add a dash of tapioca starch or potato flour, a pinch of gums and celluloses, and you end with... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
Delicious Snacks With Chia Seeds To Help Blast Belly Fatand converts them to sugar, which means fewer carbs feeding the fat cells aroun
Delicious Snacks With Chia Seeds To Help Blast Belly Fat
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 14 hours ago
and converts them to sugar, which means fewer carbs feeding the fat cells around your midsection.” Yes, you can eat these protein-packed, fiberlicious seeds raw. But that’s no fun. Many people throw them into smoothies, ground them into yogurts,... Read more
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The Scientist
Mapping Traits to Genes with CRISPRCRISPR/Cas9 to make a targeted double-strand break (DSB) in one arm of a yeast
Mapping Traits to Genes with CRISPR
The Scientist / Posted 14 hours ago
CRISPR/Cas9 to make a targeted double-strand break (DSB) in one arm of a yeast chromosome labeled with a green fluorescent protein (GFP) gene. A within-cell mechanism called homologous repair (HR) mends the broken arm using its homolog, resulting... Read more
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PhysOrg
No longer lost in translation: Biochemists watch gene expression in real timeUsing their custom microscope, Stasevich et al. have imaged RNA translation int
No longer lost in translation: Biochemists watch gene expression in real time
PhysOrg / Posted 14 hours ago
Using their custom microscope, Stasevich et al. have imaged RNA translation into proteins in real time. The red dots are RNA, and the proteins fluoresce blue or green. In the background the cell nucleus can be seen in green, where the mature proteins... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists watch bacterial sensor respond to light in real timeever before. Further, "We're the first to succeed in taking real-time snapshot
Scientists watch bacterial sensor respond to light in real time
PhysOrg / Posted 14 hours ago
ever before. Further, "We're the first to succeed in taking real-time snapshots of an ultra-fast structure transition in a protein, in which a molecule excited by light relaxes by rearranging its structure in what is known as trans-to-cis... Read more
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PhysOrg
Trypanosomes evade detection by swapping coat proteins through chromosomal rearrangementAfrican trypanosome parasites are densely coated in a single Variant Surface Gl
Trypanosomes evade detection by swapping coat proteins through chromosomal rearrangement
PhysOrg / Posted 14 hours ago
African trypanosome parasites are densely coated in a single Variant Surface Glycoprotein (VSG- visualized here by immunofluorescence microscopy, DAPI staining are shown). While growing in the bloodstream of humans and other mammals Trypanosoma... Read more
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Denver Post
Want to trek to Everest Base Camp? Here are the basics.stuffed dumplings and the local specialty, dal bhat — lentil soup over rice and
Want to trek to Everest Base Camp? Here are the basics.
Denver Post / Posted 15 hours ago
stuffed dumplings and the local specialty, dal bhat — lentil soup over rice and vegetable-potato stew. Searching for protein, I buy cans of tuna, seek peanut butter for breakfast and eat yak steak twice. It's chewy but edible when mixed with... Read more
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