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Apoptosis is programmed cell death, the body's normal method of disposing of damaged, unwanted, or unneeded cells.
Antioxidant in green tea may lead to new anti-cancer drugs

Antioxidant in green tea may lead to new anti-cancer drugs

Animal model yields important insights into T cell exhaustion

Animal model yields important insights into T cell exhaustion

N-terminal acetylation shields proteins from degradation and inhibits programmed cell death

N-terminal acetylation shields proteins from degradation and inhibits programmed cell death

Targeting RNA splicing can trigger antiviral immune pathways in triple-negative breast cancers

Targeting RNA splicing can trigger antiviral immune pathways in triple-negative breast cancers

Repair proteins can help healthy cells to avoid damage during cancer therapy

Repair proteins can help healthy cells to avoid damage during cancer therapy

Study determines 3D structure of molecular machine involved in placement of key proteins

Study determines 3D structure of molecular machine involved in placement of key proteins

Gasdermin E triggers pyroptosis and involved in pathogen-induced coral death

Gasdermin E triggers pyroptosis and involved in pathogen-induced coral death

Protein interactions could serve as therapeutic targets to treat viral infections

Protein interactions could serve as therapeutic targets to treat viral infections

Researchers create “developmental atlas” to classify the neurons of fruit flies

Researchers create “developmental atlas” to classify the neurons of fruit flies

Genetic predispositions affect the efficacy of COVID-19 drugs

Genetic predispositions affect the efficacy of COVID-19 drugs

Researchers assign immunological memory function to cytotoxic natural killer cells

Researchers assign immunological memory function to cytotoxic natural killer cells

A combinational approach to fight against cancer

A combinational approach to fight against cancer

Researchers identify new mechanism that protects against Salmonella infection

Researchers identify new mechanism that protects against Salmonella infection

Researchers identify protein that makes cancer cells more aggressive

Researchers identify protein that makes cancer cells more aggressive

Novel molecular survival strategy of Shigella bacterium uncovered

Novel molecular survival strategy of Shigella bacterium uncovered

Study shows DNA damage causes cells to reprogram themselves into stem cells

Study shows DNA damage causes cells to reprogram themselves into stem cells

Scientists discover bacteria's secret weapon to evade immune responses

Scientists discover bacteria's secret weapon to evade immune responses

Enhancing Breast Cancer Therapy through Killing ‘Sleeper Cells’

Enhancing Breast Cancer Therapy through Killing ‘Sleeper Cells’

Researchers identify mechanism that prevents death of neurons

Researchers identify mechanism that prevents death of neurons

Study shows efficacy of L-Grb2 in preclinical models of ovarian and uterine cancer

Study shows efficacy of L-Grb2 in preclinical models of ovarian and uterine cancer