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  • Molecular recognition of aberrant translation 

    Juszkiewicz, Szymon (2019-11-30)
    Protein translation is a fundamental, demanding process which requires several million ribosomes and consumes as much as 75% of cellular energy. Because of its importance, translation is regulated at many levels to maintain ...
  • Inequalities in children's physical activity and interventions 

    Love, Rebecca (2019-10-26)
    There is clear evidence of socioeconomic inequalities in overweight and obesity in childhood. These differences progressively worsen with age ultimately amplifying disparities in morbidity and premature mortality from ...
  • Structural studies of trans-translation 

    Rae, Christopher (2019-10-26)
    Ribosomes translate messenger RNA (mRNA) into protein in all living cells. The faultless production of protein is critical for a vast array of catalytic and structural roles and is essential for the survival of the cell. ...
  • Chemical Strategies for Delivery of Compounds to Mitochondria 

    Quesada Torelli, Nicole (2019-11-30)
    Mitochondria are involved in numerous processes vital for cellular homeostasis, therefore, mitochondrial dysfunction can lead to a wide range of diseases. Understanding mitochondrial function in health and disease is crucial ...

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