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A dysregulation in the expression of autophagy genes necessary for the elimination of neurotoxic protein aggregates, observed in Parkinson's disease, is also directly detectable in the blood of patients
Synchrotron-based studies reveal unprecedented details of some of the most ancient traces of life in 3D. Fossilised bacteria 1.9 billion years old were imaged in situ in a fragment of rock by Ptychographic X-rays Computed Tomography documenting details of preservation not previously observed.
A new approach to sensitize the near-infrared luminescence of lanthanides based on the use of the cavity of organometallic networks
Manganese is a biocompatible metal ion, with great interest for MRI and PET. The alliance between Mn2+ and a bispidine ligand leads to an unprecedented kinetic inertness, which might enable its in vivo use without any toxicity risk.
A new way of looking at ancient life: using trace element distributions co-located with biological carbonaceous materials in some of Earth’s oldest rocks
Evaluation of Influenza A derived nonstructural protein NS1 to enhance BMP2 mRNA translation for bone regeneration
"L'ultima ape" documentary report on the collapse of bees
NMR as a tool to investigate the role of intrinsically disordered proteins
How to select drugs even before clinical trials?
Dialogues Entre Chercheurs et Lycéens pour les Intéresser à la Construction des Savoirs (Dialogues Between Researchers and High School Students to Interest them in the Construction of Knowledge)
Novel peptide ligation strategies for chemical protein synthesis
This appointment by 6 ministers (Ecology, Health, Economy, Labour, Higher education / research and Agriculture) is for a period of 3 years
Increased biological potency of the double-domain AvBD11 compared to single-domain defensins highlighted by multidisciplinary collaborations based on peptide chemistry, NMR and biology.
Iron and cobalt MRI contrast agents for cell tracking and animal imaging
The ancestral N-terminal hydrophobic domain of oyster big defensins drives bacterially triggered assembly into antimicrobial nanonets