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Oversight of membrane proteins by the rhomboid-like superfamily: from molecules to medicine

Matthew Freeman is the Head of the Dunn School of Pathology at the University of Oxford. His group studies the […]

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Averaging of Positive Definite Matrices

Title: Averaging of Positive Definite Matrices Abstract: In many problems the data sets are points on a manifold (like a […]

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A General Photo-luminescent Sensor Platform For Specific Enzymes, Drugs And Small Molecules

Abstract: About a decade ago, we discovered a facile method to enhance the luminescence from lanthanides through the self-assembly of multiple […]

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Spatio-temporal Regulation of Protein Localization during Cellular Morphogenesis

Abstract: Proteins carry out almost all physiological processes inside a cell. Faithful and accurate execution of every cellular process requires […]

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Recreating the Cell Division Apparatus: Top-Down meets Bottom-Up

Abstract: Cell division (cytokinesis) in many eukaryotes involves the function of an actomyosin based contractile ring. Over the years, the […]

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Filament mechanics drives FtsZ ring assembly

Abstract: Cytokinesis is the crucial step of physically partitioning the daughter cells after the duplication and segregation of the genetic […]

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How does your brain do maths?: an unsolved problem in biology

Title: How does your brain do maths?: an unsolved problem in biology About Speaker: Bittu Kaveri Rajaraman is an Associate Professor […]

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Decoding the Intricacies of Sphingolipid and Ganglioside Metabolism in Disease Progression

Title: Decoding the Intricacies of Sphingolipid and Ganglioside Metabolism in Disease Progression  Abstract: Sphingolipids and gangliosides are bioactive lipids that apart […]

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Protease activated receptors: from signaling molecules to small molecules

Abstract: G-protein-coupled-receptors (GPCRs) are the largest family of membrane proteins, which regulate a myriad physiological roles like vision, olfaction, neuroendocrine […]

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Evolutionary analyses of host-pathogen interactions: A search for diverse costs & contexts

Abstract: Pathogens are ubiquitous in nature, causing morbidity and mortality in many host species. Hosts in turn also need to […]

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Decoding the Intricacies of Sphingolipid and Ganglioside Metabolism in Disease Progression

Abstract: Sphingolipids and gangliosides are bioactive lipids that apart from having a major structural role in cellular membranes display diverse […]

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