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Taha Azad et al.
Oncogene, 39(2), 334-355 (2019-09-04)
The Hippo pathway has emerged as a key signaling pathway that regulates various biological functions. Dysregulation of the Hippo pathway has been implicated in a broad range of human cancer types. While a number of stimuli affecting the Hippo pathway...
Kholoud K Khoja et al.
Nutrients, 12(4) (2020-04-16)
Iron deficiency is a global epidemic affecting a third of the world's population. Current efforts are focused on investigating sustainable ways to improve the bioavailability of iron in plant-based diets. Incorporating microgreens into the diet of at-risk groups in populations...
Shawn M Wilder et al.
Journal of insect physiology, 100, 128-132 (2017-06-15)
Sexual cannibalism has long been hypothesized to be a foraging decision in which females consume males for the nutrients in their bodies. While few studies have documented fecundity benefits of sexual cannibalism, several recent studies have documented benefits of cannibalism...
Janis A Müller et al.
Medical microbiology and immunology, 206(2), 175-185 (2017-02-09)
Zika virus (ZIKV) is an emerging pathogen that causes congenital infections which may result in birth defects, such as microcephaly. Currently, no approved treatment or vaccination is available. ZIKV can be readily detected in cell culture where virally infected cells...
Kamlesh Awasthi et al.
Journal of biophotonics, 13(5), e201960210-e201960210 (2020-02-19)
Monitoring fluorescence properties of endogenous fluorophores such as nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADH) and flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) in normal and cancerous cells provide substantial information noninvasively on biochemical and biophysical aspects of metabolic dysfunction of cancerous cells. Time-resolved spectral profiles...
Christian Boehler et al.
Scientific reports, 6, 19574-19574 (2016-01-23)
On-demand release of bioactive substances with high spatial and temporal control offers ground-breaking possibilities in the field of life sciences. However, available strategies for developing such release systems lack the possibility of combining efficient control over release with adequate storage...
Sun-Hee Hwang et al.
Current biology : CB, 29(5), 790-802 (2019-02-26)
Polycystic kidney disease proteins, polycystin-1 and polycystin-2, localize to primary cilia. Polycystin knockouts have severe cystogenesis compared to ciliary disruption, whereas simultaneous ciliary loss suppresses excessive cyst growth. These data suggest the presence of a cystogenic activator that is inhibited...
Mathias Jakob Lang et al.
Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950), 199(7), 2421-2431 (2017-08-20)
Following thymic maturation, T cells egress as recent thymic emigrants to peripheral lymphoid organs where they undergo an additional maturation step to mature naive T cells that circulate through secondary lymphoid organs ready to be activated upon pathogenic challenges. Thymic...
Neill J Horley et al.
European journal of medicinal chemistry, 129, 159-174 (2017-02-22)
The structure of alpha-napthoflavone (ANF), a potent inhibitor of CYP1A1 and CYP1B1, mimics the structure of chalcones. Two potent CYP1B1 inhibitors 7k (DMU2105) and 6j (DMU2139) have been identified from two series of synthetic pyridylchalcones. They inhibit human CYP1B1 enzyme...
Kejhal Khursheed et al.
Brain research, 1595, 1-9 (2014-12-03)
Fused-In-Sarcoma (FUS) is a candidate gene for neurological disorders including motor neurone disease and Parkinson׳s disease in addition to various types of cancer. Recently it has been reported that over expression of FUS causes motor neurone disease in mouse models...
Clayton Evert et al.
ACS infectious diseases, 5(3), 385-393 (2019-01-10)
Stable isotope probing (SIP) has emerged as a powerful tool to address key questions about microbiota structure and function. To date, diverse isotopically labeled substrates have been used to characterize in situ growth activity of specific bacterial taxa and have...
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Shelagh Boyle et al.
Genes & development, 34(13-14), 931-949 (2020-05-23)
Polycomb group (PcG) proteins silence gene expression by chemically and physically modifying chromatin. A subset of PcG target loci are compacted and cluster in the nucleus; a conformation that is thought to contribute to gene silencing. However, how these interactions...
Lucía Margarita Valenzuela-Salas et al.
Pharmaceutics, 13(1) (2021-01-13)
Nanomaterials quickly evolve to produce safe and effective biomedical alternatives, mainly silver nanoparticles (AgNPs). The AgNPs' antibacterial, antiviral, and antitumor properties convert them into a recurrent scaffold to produce new treatment options. This work reported the full characterization of a...
Georg Michlits et al.
Nature methods, 17(7), 708-716 (2020-06-10)
CRISPR-Cas9 screens have emerged as a transformative approach to systematically probe gene functions. The quality and success of these screens depends on the frequencies of loss-of-function alleles, particularly in negative-selection screens widely applied for probing essential genes. Using optimized screening...
Multimerization of Zika Virus-NS5 Causes Ciliopathy and Forces Premature Neurogenesis.
Saade, et al.
Cell Stem Cell, 27, 920-936 (2021)
David Holcman et al.
Nature cell biology, 20(10), 1118-1125 (2018-09-19)
The endoplasmic reticulum (ER), a network of membranous sheets and pipes, supports functions encompassing biogenesis of secretory proteins and delivery of functional solutes throughout the cell1,2. Molecular mobility through the ER network enables these functionalities, but diffusion alone is not...
Yong-Sheng Cheng et al.
PLoS genetics, 11(10), e1005561-e1005561 (2015-10-07)
In mammals, the liver plays a central role in maintaining carbohydrate and lipid homeostasis by acting both as a major source and a major sink of glucose and lipids. In particular, when dietary carbohydrates are in excess, the liver converts...
Jonatan Dorca-Arévalo et al.
Veterinary research, 51(1), 27-27 (2020-02-26)
The pore-forming protein epsilon toxin (Etx) from Clostridium perfringens produces acute perivascular edema affecting several organs, especially the brain and lungs. Despite the toxin evident effect on microvasculature and endothelial cells, the underlying molecular and cellular mechanisms remain obscure. Moreover...
Cyril Carvalho et al.
Journal of cell science, 132(16) (2019-08-03)
Expression of hyperactive RAF kinases, such as the oncogenic B-RAF-V600E mutant, in normal human cells triggers a proliferative arrest that blocks tumor formation. We discovered that glucocorticoids delayed the entry into senescence induced by B-RAF-V600E in human fibroblasts, and allowed...
Julio Cesar Aguila et al.
Stem cells translational medicine, 3(9), 1032-1042 (2014-07-16)
Human embryonic and induced pluripotent stem cells are potential cell sources for regenerative approaches in Parkinson disease. Inductive differentiation protocols can generate midbrain dopamine neurons but result in heterogeneous cell mixtures. Therefore, selection strategies are necessary to obtain uniform dopamine...
Marina Natoli et al.
Frontiers in oncology, 11, 644608-644608 (2021-03-23)
Reprogramming tumor infiltrating myeloid cells to elicit pro-inflammatory responses is an exciting therapeutic maneouver to improve anti-tumor responses. We recently demonstrated that a distinct microtubule-targeting drug, plinabulin-a clinical-stage novel agent-modulates dendritic cell maturation and enhances anti-tumor immunity. Here, we investigated...
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Alessandro Luciani et al.
Nature communications, 11(1), 970-970 (2020-02-23)
Deregulation of mitochondrial network in terminally differentiated cells contributes to a broad spectrum of disorders. Methylmalonic acidemia (MMA) is one of the most common inherited metabolic disorders, due to deficiency of the mitochondrial methylmalonyl-coenzyme A mutase (MMUT). How MMUT deficiency...
Silvia Benito-Kwiecinski et al.
Cell, 184(8), 2084-2102 (2021-03-26)
The human brain has undergone rapid expansion since humans diverged from other great apes, but the mechanism of this human-specific enlargement is still unknown. Here, we use cerebral organoids derived from human, gorilla, and chimpanzee cells to study developmental mechanisms...
Simona Krasnopolsky et al.
PLoS pathogens, 16(9), e1008834-e1008834 (2020-09-22)
Despite the widespread use of anti-retroviral therapy, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) still persists in an infected cell reservoir that harbors transcriptionally silent yet replication-competent proviruses. While significant progress has been made in understanding how the HIV reservoir is established, transcription...
Ludwig T Weckbach et al.
The Journal of experimental medicine, 216(2), 350-368 (2019-01-17)
Heart failure due to dilated cardiomyopathy is frequently caused by myocarditis. However, the pathogenesis of myocarditis remains incompletely understood. Here, we report the presence of neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs) in cardiac tissue of patients and mice with myocarditis. Inhibition of...
Rasha Swadi et al.
BMC cancer, 18(1), 28-28 (2018-01-06)
Neuroblastoma is a paediatric cancer that despite multimodal therapy still has a poor outcome for many patients with high risk tumours. Retinoic acid (RA) promotes differentiation of some neuroblastoma tumours and cell lines, and is successfully used clinically, supporting the...
A high-throughput genomic screen identifies a role for the plasmid-borne type II secretion system of Escherichia coli O157:H7 (Sakai) in plant-microbe interactions.
Holmes, et al.
Genomics, 112, 4242-4253 (2021)
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