Epigenetic Histone Modifications Pathway
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What a Powerful Artifact of DNA Compression - Histone
What a Powerful Artifact of DNA Compression - HistoneDo you know that every cell in your body has almost six feet of DNA? The diameter of the largest human cell is just about the width of a hair. Is that thing amazing? Are you interested in how does all that DNA fit inside...
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Introduction of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Related Signaling Pathways
Introduction of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Related Signaling PathwaysHepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the third most common death-related cancer in the world and the sixth most common tumor. The major risk factors for liver cancer include chronic viral hepatitis, alcoholism, carcinogens ...
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What A Paradoxical TNF Signaling Pathway-Based on Different Receptors
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Don't Let Hepatocellular Carcinoma
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A Switch that Controls the Entry and Exit of Ions
A Switch that Controls the Entry and Exit of IonsIon channels are pore-forming proteins. It is a passive transport pathway for various inorganic ions across the membrane and an important way for living cells to carry out metabolic activities and material exchange. Ion ...
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G protein-Coupled Receptor - Targets for Drug Therapy
G protein-Coupled Receptor - Targets for Drug TherapyG protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) is a general term for a large class of membrane protein receptors, which also known as seven α-helices transmembrane segment receptors (7TM receptors). It binds to extracellular molecul...
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The Overview of Fc Receptors- Classification, Related Signaling Pathways and Application
The Overview of Fc Receptors- Classification, Related Signaling Pathways and ApplicationIn the global bio-pharmaceutical market and research & development, monoclonal antibody drugs are one of the most important categories. Monoclonal antibodies are characterized by high specificity, strong targeting and lo...
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A transport machine -- ATP-binding cassette
A transport machine -- ATP-binding cassetteFigure 1 The Structure of ATP-binding cassette The picture is from wikipedia ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporters are the largest known transmembrane protein superfamily, widely distrib...
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Human Leukocyte Antigen: Distinguish between Friend and Foe
Human Leukocyte Antigen: Distinguish between Friend and FoeMHC proteins are found in all higher vertebrates. The glycoprotein encoded by human MHC is called human leukocyte antigen (HLA), which specifically presents short peptides to T cells and haves a key role in the immune de...
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