14 December, 2022
Textbook model of lagging-strand synthesis may be too simplistic for human DNA.
11 December, 2022
While corals die out worldwide, resistant reefs in the northern Red Sea could endure a dire global warming scenario.
08 December, 2022
Better understanding of the mechanisms involved in DNA repair may pave the way for developing inhibitors to improve the effectiveness of radiation therapy.
04 December, 2022
04 December, 2022
Stress-response protein promotes the accumulation of metabolites that help anti-pathogen defenses.
27 November, 2022
Laboratory parameters maintained at physiologically relevant levels allow for more robust experiments with human cells.
21 November, 2022
Studying the molecular motion of proteins reveals previously unseen binding sites that could be targeted by new drug candidate molecules.
17 November, 2022
02 November, 2022
Crop resistance to a significant parasitic plant could be increased through gene editing or chemical treatment.
18 October, 2022
An enzyme from a Red Sea bacterium suppresses the formation of a slimy biofilm that helps propagate hospital-acquired infections.
16 October, 2022
Revealing zinc’s interaction with a critical transport protein underscores the need to study biological pathways under physiologically relevant conditions.
09 October, 2022
Elaborate interaction discovered between epigenetic regulatory protein and its activating lipid partner.
04 October, 2022
Blocking the overexpression of specific repeat RNA sequences could prove promising for the treatment of premature aging syndromes.
02 October, 2022
Heat-loving bacteria from an Antarctic volcano could help degrade and clean up oil in the world’s coldest continent and beyond.
28 September, 2022
Sea turtles nesting along Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea coastline highlight the need for emerging megacities to protect marine habitats.
23 September, 2022
The generation of a high-quality genome from a coral specimen reveals an alternative pathway for cysteine biosynthesis in animals and cautions against overreliance on model organisms.