Increased temperature and oxidative stress increase the number of molecular chaperones in the cell to combat the negative effects on proteins during the heat shock & stress response.
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Heat Shock & Stress Response
DNA Replication & Bacterial Cell Cycle Control
The bacterium Escherichia coli exhibits exquisitely timed DNA synthesis under a variety of different growth conditions.
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Cardiovascular disease is a leading global cause of death in large part from maladaptive remodeling of the vascular wall.
Proteins are amongst the most amazing and versatile macromolecules, carrying out crucial functions in nearly all known biological processes.
This vital subdiscipline of biological science is primarily concerned with the brain's role in behavior and cognition.
This research area encompasses the complex relationships between plants, microbes, invertebrates, and vertebrates throughout all ecosystems.