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DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF CD4+ T CELL EPIGENETIC STATUS IN CHICKENS FOLLOWING MDV INFECTION AND DURING DIFFERENTIATION IN MICE
Epigenetic modifications constitute a complicated regulatory network controlling various biological processes from cell development to immune responses. The mechanisms through which CD4+ T cells react to environmental ...
Genetic Suppressors of mrp-5 Lethality in C. elegans
Heme is an essential cofactor in numerous proteins, but is also cytotoxic. Thus, directed pathways must exist for regulating heme homeostasis. C. elegans is a powerful genetic animal model for elucidating these pathways ...
MRP5 AND MRP9 PLAY A CONCERTED ROLE IN MALE REPRODUCTION AND MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION
Heme is an essential iron-containing cofactor in proteins that perform diverse functions in biology. Free heme is not only hydrophobic but also generates cytotoxic peroxide radicals. In eukaryotes, heme synthesis occurs ...