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antioxidants and amino acids could play role in the treatment of psychosis




a scientific paper has revealed that some nutrients found in food may help reduce the symptoms of psychotic illness, when used in the early stages of treatment.the systematic review, led by dr firth, honorary research fellow at the university of manchester and research fellow at nicm health research...



antioxidants and amino acids could play role in the treatment of psychosis




a recent scientific paper has revealed that some nutrients found in food may help reduce the symptoms of psychotic illness, when used in the early stages of treatment.the systematic review, led by dr. firth, research fellow at nicm health research institute, western sydney university and honorary re...



quantum chemistry solves mystery why there are these 20 amino acids in the genet




using quantum chemical methods, a team of researchers led by dr. matthias granold and professor bernd moosmann of the institute of pathobiochemistry at johannes gutenberg university mainz solved one of the oldest puzzles of biochemistry. they uncovered why there are 20 amino acids that form the basi...



researchers now updating and expanding evolution’s list of 20 amino acids




spencer katzshare this storyserine? so last century. valine? over it. glycine? you’ve got to be kidding me.those chemicals are part of the 20 amino acids that are typically incorporated into proteins. that means they have a dedicated place in what's called the genetic code, which translates betwe...



protein intentionally terminates own synthesis by destabilizing synthesis machin




image: the ribosome becomes destabilized by the protein (nascent chain) it itself synthesized (ird) and splits apart into the large and small subunits. as a result, the protein synthesis ends mid-cycle... view more credit: hidekii taguchibackgroundproteins are functional molecules, which support l...



not all muscle building supplements are equal




image: professor kevin tipton is pictured. view more credit: university of stirlingpopular muscle building supplements, known as branched-chain amino acids (bcaa) are ineffective when taken in isolation, according to new research from the university of stirling.the study, involving the universitie...



brain cells that control appetite identified for first time




image: tanycyte cells reacting to a puff of the amino acid arginine. view more credit: professor nicholas dale/ms. greta lazutkaitekey brain cells which control our appetite discovered by scientists at university of warwicktanycytes found - for the first time - to detect amino acids from food and ...



new study offers insight into foods that control our appetite




it is our brains as much as our bellies that control appetite, eating, energy expenditure and weight.the breakdown of the complex symphony at play is something that scientists are still trying to understand. new research has exposed one primary player and revealed, for the first time, the role of ta...



'silent code' of nucleotides, not amino acids, determines functions of vital pro




image: actin is an abundant protein, present in every cell. penn vet researchers showed that differences in the order of nucleotides -- not the amino acids -- governed the distinct functions... view more credit: university of pennsylvaniahumans possess six forms of the protein actin, which perform...



'silent code' of nucleotides, not amino acids, determines functions of vital pro




actin is an abundant protein, present in every cell. penn vet researchers showed that differences in the order of nucleotides -- not the amino acids -- governed the distinct functions of two forms of actin. credit: university of pennsylvaniahumans possess six forms of the protein actin, which perfor...



many forks make light work




fluorescence micrograph of c. glutamicum in the course of dna replication. replication forks are labeled in red, while the green signals identify the sites of replication origins. credit: k. böhm, m. bramkampnew insights into the control of dna replication and cell division in corynebacterium gluta...



penn medicine's irene hurford receives exemplary psychiatrist award




image: this is irene hurford, md, an assistant professor of psychiatry in the perelman school of medicine at the university of pennsylvania. view more credit: penn medicinephiladelphia -- irene hurford, md, an assistant professor in the department of psychiatry, has received a 2017 exemplary psych...



a spring-loaded sensor for cholesterol in cells




although too much cholesterol is bad for your health, some cholesterol is essential. most of the cholesterol that the human body needs is manufactured in its own cells in a synthesis process consisting of more than 20 steps. new research from the university of new south wales in sydney, australia, t...



early psychosis programs significantly reduce patient mortality, study finds




image: this is an infographic that summarizes the study. view more credit: the institute for clinical evaluative sciences (ices)london, on - in a new study, researchers at lawson health research institute (lawson), western university and the institute for clinical evaluative sciences (ices) have f...



a gene that keeps track of how often it’s made into a protein




enlarge/ ribosomes sometimes ignore one of these.noirathsi’s eye / flickrshare this storyfolks in the baranov lab in county cork, ireland, were just reviewing old data they had lying around—you, know, as one does on a slow, boring afternoon—and they noticed something weird. the complexes withi...



a gene that keeps track of how often it’s made into a protein




enlarge/ ribosomes sometimes ignore one of these.noirathsi’s eye / flickrshare this storyfolks in the baranov lab in county cork, ireland, were just reviewing old data they had lying around—you, know, as one does on a slow, boring afternoon—and they noticed something weird. the complexes withi...



a gene that keeps track of how often it’s made into a protein




enlarge/ ribosomes sometimes ignore one of these.noirathsi’s eye / flickrshare this storyfolks in the baranov lab in county cork, ireland, were just reviewing old data they had lying around—you, know, as one does on a slow, boring afternoon—and they noticed something weird. the complexes withi...



new technology offers fast peptide synthesis




mit researchers have designed a machine that can rapidly produce large quantities of customized peptides. credit: massachusetts institute of technologymanufacturing small proteins known as peptides is usually very time-consuming, which has slowed development of new peptide drugs for diseases such as...



we are much more unique than assumed




every human being has a unique dna "fingerprint". in other words, the genetic material of any two individuals can be clearly distinguished. computational biologists at the technical university of munich (tum) have now determined that the impact of these variations has been greatly underestimated. th...



polyproline protects cell monolayers from freeze damage




nature has evolved sugars, amino acids, and special antifreeze proteins as cryoprotectants. people use organic solvents and synthetic polymers as additives to prevent cell cultures from freezing damage. now, english scientists have combined both methods: in work published in the journal angewandte c...



why poison dart frogs don't poison themselves




p. terribilis. credit: wikimedia commons/micha l. rieser.(phys.org)—a pair of researchers with the state university of new york has found the source of poison dart frogs' immunity from their own poison. in their paper published in proceedings of the national academy of sciences, sho-ya wang and gi...



building muscle and top line – it’s easy when you know how *promotion*




a horse in good condition has optimum levels of body fat and is well-muscled for his level of work and fitness. where that muscle develops is dependent on his work and training but, if the diet is lacking in the right nutritional building blocks, the horse’s body will never quite achieve the top l...



a new idea connects the synthesis of clays and the origin of metabolism




illustration that connects the synthesis of clays and the origin of metabolism. credit: ruixin zhouthe question of how life has begun has fascinated scientists from many disciplines and it was the organic chemist graham cairns-smith who proposed the theory for the origin of life starting from clays ...



study reveals key molecular link in major cell growth pathway




cambridge, ma october 19, 2017. - a team of scientists led by whitehead institute has uncovered a surprising molecular link that connects how cells regulate growth with how they sense and make available the nutrients required for growth. their work, which involves a critical cellular growth pathway ...



a randomly generated, totally novel enzyme rescues mutant bacteria




enlarge/ colorized scanning electron micrograph of escherichia coli (e. coli), grown in culture and adhered to a cover slip.niaid / flickrshare this storyproteins are chains of amino acids, and each link in the chain can hold any one of the 20 amino acids that life relies on. if you were to pick eac...