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Breaking the protein-DNA bond
A new Northwestern University study finds that unbound proteins in a cell break up protein-DNA bonds as they compete for the single-binding site. (2017-04-04)
DNA double helix structures crystals
For the first time, engineers of Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen Nürnberg (FAU) have succeeded in producing complex crystal lattices, so-called clathrates, from nanoparticles using DNA strands. (2017-04-04)
AACR study sheds light on dark side of tumor suppressor gene, p53
AACR 2017 study picks apart the dark side of gene p53 to show that other genes, Mdm2 and now for the first time Mdm4, keep mutated p53 in check. (2017-04-02)
The carpenter enzyme gives DNA the snip
Enzyme follows a two-step verification system before cutting and repairing DNA damage. (2017-04-02)
The earliest stages of embryogenesis have been studied
For the first time, scientists from the Faculty of Biology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University in collaboration with their colleagues from Austria and the USA have built up detailed maps of three-dimensional genome organization in individual cells and studied the characteristics of three-dimensional organization of maternal and paternal genomes in mouse zygotes. (2017-03-31)
Anti-cancer drug gets a boost when combined with antirheumatic
Scientists at EPFL and NTU have discovered that combining an anticancer drug with an antirheumatic produces improved effects against tumors. (2017-03-30)
For microbes fighting viruses, a fast response means a better defense
Researchers have found that the bacterial immune system known as CRISPR targets an invading virus as soon as it enters the cell. (2017-03-29)
Mechanism for hMTH1's broad substrate specificity revealed
Researchers from Japan have revealed the mechanism that gives the hMTH1 protein broad substrate specificity, i.e., the ability to catalyze more than one substrate. (2017-03-29)
Cortisol excess hits natural DNA process and mental health hard
High concentrations of the stress hormone, Cortisol, in the body affect important DNA processes and increase the risk of long-term psychological consequences. (2017-03-28)
It is easier for a DNA knot...
How can long DNA filaments, which have convoluted and highly knotted structure, manage to pass through the tiny pores of biological systems? (2017-03-28)
Kent State chemists create microscopic environment to study cancer cell growth
An online publication in Nature Nanotechnology this week by Kent State University researchers and their colleagues at Kyoto University in Japan, however, may offer new understanding about what turns good cells bad. (2017-03-27)
Scientists overcome inaccessibility of caves through molecular genetic approach
An international group of scientists has used a novel highly sensitive method for detection of environmental DNA in groundwater to extend the poorly known range of the rare subterranean amphibian from the Dinaric Karst. (2017-03-27)
Designer proteins fold DNA
Florian Praetorius and Professor Hendrik Dietz of the Technical University of Munich have developed a new method that can be used to construct custom hybrid structures using DNA and proteins. (2017-03-23)
Study featuring genomic sequencing & international data shows random errors...
The mutations that cause human cancer have traditionally been thought to originate from two main sources -- heredity and environment -- but now, new work by researchers including Cristian Tomasetti and Bert Vogelstein emphasizes the importance of a third source of these mutations. (2017-03-23)
Scientists reveal hidden structures in bacterial DNA
Researchers at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona, Spain, have described the 3D structure of the genome in the extremely small bacteria Mycoplasma pneumoniae. (2017-03-23)
UNSW scientists unveil a giant leap for anti-aging
UNSW researchers have made a discovery that could lead to a revolutionary drug that actually reverses ageing, improves DNA repair and could even help NASA get its astronauts to Mars. (2017-03-23)
After the epigenome: The epitranscriptome
Today, an article published in Cancer Discovery by Manel Esteller explains that RNA also has its own spelling and grammar, just like DNA. (2017-03-22)
Structural knowledge of the DNA repair complex
New Danish research provides mechanistic insight into how DNA is monitored and repaired if damage occurs. (2017-03-21)
DNA labels predict mortality
Methyl labels in the DNA regulate the activity of our genes and, thus, have a great influence on health and disease. (2017-03-20)
Scientists reveal open-ringed structure of Cdt1-Mcm2-7 complex
Scientists from the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology(HKUST) and Tsinghua University have revealed the open-ringed structure of the Cdt1-Mcm2-7 complex as a precursor of the MCM double hexamer (DH). (2017-03-17)
Block copolymer micellization as a protection strategy for DNA origami
Scientists from the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden/TU Dresden and the University of Tokyo led by Dr. (2017-03-16)
How do Ebola virus proteins released in exosomes affect the immune system?
Cells infected by the deadly Ebola virus may release viral proteins such as VP40 packaged in exosomes, which, as new research indicates, can affect immune cells throughout the body impairing their ability to combat the infection and to seek out and destroy hidden virus. (2017-03-16)
Better barcoding: New library of DNA sequences improves plant identification
Researchers from the Department of Environmental Science at Emory University have used publicly available data to develop a sequence library of the rbcL gene, a popular barcode in plants, for use in DNA metabarcoding studies. (2017-03-15)
Life origination hydrate theory
The LOH-Theory is based on the following original discoveries: highly-concentrated semi-liquid water systems saturated with functional organic substances have, at around 290 K, the so-called gas-hydrate honeycomb structure consisting of large (0.69 nm) and small (0.48 nm) cavities similar to the structure of underground methane deposits. (2017-03-15)
Scientists say they are a step closer to solving chronic bladder diseases
Scientists have begun to unlock the genetic code to understand how the lining of the bladder functions as a barrier to store urine -- paving the way for possible new treatments for chronic bladder diseases such as interstitial cystitis and cancer. (2017-03-14)
NYU chemists color world of 3-D crystals with advances in self-assembly
A team of New York University chemists has created self-assembled, three-dimensional DNA crystals that can bind a separate, dye-bearing strand -- a breakthrough that enhances the functionality of these tiny building blocks. (2017-03-13)
Visualizing the genome: Researchers create first 3-D structures of active DNA
Scientists have determined the first 3-D structures of intact mammalian genomes from individual cells, showing how the DNA from all the chromosomes intricately folds to fit together inside the cell nuclei. (2017-03-13)
Innovative technique greatly increases sensitivity of DNA sequencing
OICR researchers, together with international collaborators, have invented a technique to avoid a major problem with common laboratory techniques and improve the sensitivity of important cancer tests. (2017-03-09)
Ultrafast detection of a cancer biomarker enabled by innovative nanobiodevice
Nagoya University-led researchers developed a nanobiodevice that can quickly and effectively separate microRNA, short lengths of ribonucleic acid present in bodily fluids, from mixtures of nucleic acids. (2017-03-08)
Newly discovered DNA enhancers help switch on colorectal cancer
Genetic mutations can increase a person's cancer risk, but other gene 'enhancer' elements may also be responsible for disease progression, according to new research out of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. (2017-03-07)
How molecular machines may drive the future of disease detection and drug delivery
In a study published in Nature Communications, University of Alberta researchers describe the creation of synthetic DNA motors in living cells. (2017-03-06)
New blood test could help detect and locate cancer early on
Bioengineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a new blood test that could detect cancer -- and locate where in the body the tumor is growing. (2017-03-06)
Genome editing: Pressing the delete button on DNA
Until recently, genomics was a «read-only» science. But scientists led by Rory Johnson at the University of Bern and the Centre for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona, have now developed a tool for quick and easy deletion of DNA in living cells. (2017-03-03)
As reliable as your hard drive? Maximizing DNA storage
Researchers seeking to help humanity with its data storage problem have created a method to store vast quantities of digital information in small amounts of DNA; critically, their technique approaches the theoretical maximum for DNA storage, storing 60 percent more data than previous efforts. (2017-03-02)
Shape-shifting molecular robots respond to DNA signals
A research group at Tohoku University and Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology has developed a molecular robot consisting of biomolecules, such as DNA and protein. (2017-03-02)
JAX receives NIH grant to improve CRISPR-Cas9 accuracy
A two-year grant totaling $455,000 from the National Institutes of Health to Michael V. (2017-03-01)
FASEB Science Research Conference: Genetic Recombination and Genome Rearrangements
This SRC presents progress in research on diverse aspects of genetic recombination, a critical process that maintains integrity of the genome and that ensures the faithful transmission of the genome between generations. (2017-02-28)
FASEB Science Research Conference: Mobile DNA in Mammalian Genomes
This SRC is focused on the dynamic nature of mobile DNAs in mammalian genomes and their phenotypic impacts. (2017-02-28)
Unique structure of African swine fever virus enzyme may allow drug development
A DNA-copying protein from a lethal pig virus has a unique structure that may offer a target for drugs designed to combat this important agricultural disease, according to a study publishing Feb. (2017-02-28)
First CRISPR single-nucleotide edited transgenic mice
It is technically challenging to replace a single nucleotide with the current gene editing tool, CRISPR-Cas9. (2017-02-27)
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