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Research Highlights

A mutation in the CLCN6 gene is associated with a novel, particularly severe neurodegenerative disorder. Scientists from the…

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Given that phages are able to destroy bacteria, they are of particular interest to science. Basic researchers from the Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für…

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It appears that autophagy protects our neurons in the brain, but evidently for entirely different reasons than previously assumed, as researchers from…

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Cellular waste disposal, where autophagy and lysosomes interact, performs elementary functions, such as degrading damaged protein molecules, which…

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IMMUNITY VRAC/LRRC8 chloride channels do not only play a decisive role in the transport of cytostatics, amino acids and neurotransmitters. They can…

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NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY A new approach brings the hope of new therapeutic options for suppressing seasonal influenza and avian flu: On the basis of an…

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NATURE CELL BIOLOGY The activation of mTor complex 1 in the cell is central to many vital processes in the body such as cell growth and metabolism.…

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