15/02/2023 13:30
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/j/6141638094
  ISG15 and ISGylation at the ribosome: mechanistic analysis, innate immune response, and impact on translation   The innate immune response is the first line of defense against all pathogens....
15/02/2023 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/https://technion.zoom.us/j/6141638094
Developing a single molecule approach to selective ribosome profiling   mRNA-protein interactions are at the center of the translation process. Ribosome-associated factors, from modifying enzymes to molecular chaperones, play a...
14/02/2023 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/j/93416730395
Understanding the turnover of the truncated form of mutant ubiquitin UBB+1, UBBG76Y Ubiquitin is a 76 amino acid molecule that labels proteins for degradation. Its C-terminus at 76 glycine is...
08/02/2023 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/j/91959760710
Reference-based deep examination of single-cell RNA-seq clusters Identifying the biological state of each single cell is arguably the most challenging task in scRNA-seq data analysis. Doing so requires bridging the...
06/02/2023 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/j/92993324901
Title: comprehensive terminomic characterization of biological systems. Seminar abstract: Protein termini carry valuable information related to protein activity, localization, interaction and stability. Learning these various properties can be detrimental to...
01/02/2023 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/j/94968602637
  Decreased melanoma CSF-1 secretion by Cannabigerol treatment reprograms regulatory myeloid cells and reduces tumor progression   During solid tumor progression, the tumor microenvironment (TME) evolves into a highly immunosuppressive...
26/01/2023 13:00
Faculty Of Biology Auditorium
An Internal Model of Sensorimotor Context in Freely Swimming Electric Fish Internal models that predict the sensory consequences of motor actions are vital for sensory, motor, and cognitive functions. However,...
25/01/2023 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/j/99468656897
Immunomodulation of EAE with Antibodies Targeting Autoreactive T-Cell Epitopes   Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a demyelinating autoimmune disease influencing more than 2.5 million people around the world. Damage caused in...
23/01/2023 13:00
Faculty Of Biology Auditorium
The UPRmt coordinates mitochondrial network expansion and peroxisome biogenesis in the model organism Caenorhabditis elegans As organisms develop, individual cells generate mitochondria and peroxisomes to fulfill their physiological requirements. A...
19/01/2023 13:00
Faculty Of Biology Auditorium
Oligodendrocyte plasticity in cognitive aging and neurodegeneration Abstract Recent understanding of how the systemic environment shapes the brain throughout life has led to numerous intervention strategies to slow brain aging....
18/01/2023 12:30
Churchill Building | Wednesday
Posters that were chosen as excellent in the departmental research days, will be presented by the graduate students. A panel of judges will choose the winning posters. A “Crowd Favorite”...
16/01/2023 13:00
Faculty Of Biology Auditorium
Understanding the ancient evolution and function of innate immunity The human innate immune system has long been considered the result of extensive evolutionary innovations in metazoans. However, this dogma has...
11/01/2023 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/j/99170022526
Study of Antigen Presentation and Antigen-Specific Immunomodulation in Multiple Sclerosis by T cell Receptor-mimic Antibodies During autoimmune diseases, like Multiple Sclerosis (MS), the immune system is downregulated in a non-specific...
09/01/2023 13:00
Faculty Of Biology Auditorium
How One Eukaryotic Cell Invades Another: Dissecting Invasion by Apicomplexa The phylum Apicomplexa includes several of the most prevalent and important human eukaryotic pathogens, such as Plasmodium spp., which causes...
02/01/2023 13:00
Biology auditorium
Estrous cycle and Egg release resets inspired by neurodynamics in the circadian pacemaker   Jet lag and shift work disrupt the menstrual cycle and decrease fertility. The circadian pacemaker, the...
29/12/2022 20:30
Climbing wall - "Performance Rock", 32 Hanamal St., Lower City, Haifa
The third lecture in the "Science Talk on the Bar" series of the Faculty of Biology About: • Is cannabis the antibiotics of the 21st century? • How many patients...
28/12/2022 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/j/95603525366
Archaeal origins of gamete fusion Sexual reproduction consists of genome reduction by meiosis and subsequent gamete fusion. Fusexins, are a superfamily of structurally conserved proteins (fusogens) that mediate three types...
26/12/2022 13:00
Biology auditorium
Abstract: The fact that some amino acid chains fold alone into natively structured and fully functional proteins in solution, has led to the commonly accepted “one sequence-one structure” notion. However,...
22/12/2022 10:00
Faulty of Biology Auditorium
Arie Admon@70 symposia – Celebrating Arie's 35 years of Science "My Life with Mass Spectrometers, Proteomics, and Immunopeptidomics” Thursday, December 22, 2022; 10:00-15:00 Faculty of Biology Auditorium, Technion-Israel Institute of...
19/12/2022 19:00
The Nola Sox Bar, 4 Shalom Aleichem Street, Ziv Center Haifa
Abstract: What are "Light Sensing" proteins and how were they discovered in the waters of the Sea of Galilee, for the first time since 1971? What is "harvesting solar energy",...
19/12/2022 13:00
Faculty Of Biology Auditorium
Tales from the crypt: on helminth regulation of the stem cell compartment Abstract: Intestinal helminths remain pervasive throughout the animal kingdom by manipulating host defense pathways to prioritize tissue adaptation...
12/12/2022 13:00
Faculty Of Biology Auditorium
Abstract All cells have evolved the means to store energy and thereby minimize the effects of fluctuations in nutrient availability. Cells store energy in the form of neutral lipids, such...
11/12/2022 21:00
Sleek Bar HAIFA
During December, the faculty will hold a series of "Science TALKS over the counter" led by faculty PI in selected locations throughout Haifa and the north district. We are thrilled...
07/12/2022 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM:
  Reducing scRNA-seq data via nonnegative matrix factorization for annotation and clustering analysis abstract: Single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) provides an unprecedented opportunity to dissect tissue heterogeneity and characterize individual cells....
05/12/2022 09:00
https://technion.zoom.us/j/99631311196.
Abstract Recent understanding of how the systemic environment shapes the brain throughout life has led to numerous intervention strategies to slow brain aging. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) makes up the immediate...
28/11/2022 13:00
Faculty Of Biology Auditorium
23/11/2022 13:00
Faculty Of Biology Auditorium
  https://en.globes.co.il/en/article-genome-sequencing-co-ultima-genomics-raises-600m-1001414037   Genome sequencing company Ultima Genomics has come out of stealth and announced $600 million in financing. Founded in 2016 by its Israeli CEO Gilad Almogy, the company...
21/11/2022 13:00
Faculty Of Biology Auditorium
Tales of protein tails and the proteases that generate them Proteolysis is one of the mechanisms that allows cells to alter their proteome in response to different conditions or signals....
16/11/2022 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM:https://technion.zoom.us/j/93465319106
  Thermodynamic models for the homeostasis and development of the epidermis and spherical organoids Epithelial tissues formed of layered cell surfaces are prevalent in multiple tissues and play an essential...
14/11/2022 13:00
Auditorium, Faculty of Biology
Abstract: Cellular plasticity is emerging as an important driving force underlying cancer progression and drug resistance. In this talk, I will discuss the concept of cancer cell states present in...
14/11/2022 10:30
Auditorium, Faculty of Biology
Abstract:   The formal scientific method tells you how to rigorously and objectively test a hypothesis. But where do hypotheses come from in the first place? Posing fruitful new questions,...
07/11/2022 13:00
Biology Auditorium
The Ayoub lab studies DNA damage repair, genome stability and cancer. Ayoub lab: http://ayoubn.net.technion.ac.il/
31/10/2022 13:00
Faculty of Biology Auditorium
Graph Theory Approaches for Network Analysis of Neuronal Signals and Behavior How does the brain encode behavior? What are the internal mechanisms affecting neuronal network organization and configuration at different...
26/10/2022 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/j/9849342142
Adult stem cells (SCs) are tissue-specific resident cells that serve to replenish and maintain the tissue. Two significant SC populations co-exist in the hair follicle: hair follicle SCs (HFSCs) and...
24/10/2022 13:00
Faculty of Biology Auditorium
Exocytosis by membrane crumpling maintains homeostasis during exocrine secretion Dynamic membrane remodeling is essential for life. Cells, organelles, and vesicles must constantly acquire, maintain and modify their shape and composition...
23/10/2022 10:00
Faculty of Biology Auditorium, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
10:00-10:30 - Gathering, coffee, and cakes 10:30-10:40 - Opening Remarks, Faculty Dean Yael Mandel Gutfreund 10:40-10:50 – Introduction, Yoram Reiter 10:50-11:20 - Michael Boshart, Genetics - Biocenter LMU, München Protein...
18/10/2022 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/j/98617011894
"The Antitumor Effects of Cannabinoids in Glioblastoma Multiforme" Glioblastoma multiforme is an aggressive brain tumor whose current treatments are insufficient due to its high invasiveness and heterogeneity, rapid growth and...
13/09/2022 13:30
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM
What mechanism protects the heart from fasting-induced atrophy? Skeletal muscles atrophy upon systemic fasting, when blood glucose and insulin levels are low. However, the heart is relatively protected, and atrophy...
13/09/2022 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM
Revealing Hormone-Mediated Tissue-Specific Nuclear Proteome and Signaling Output in the Meristem Our lab seeks to understand the principles underlying developmental programs in plants. Using roots as a model organ, we...
07/09/2022 13:00
hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM
The Effect of Cannabinoids on Microglial Phagocytosis of Amyloid-beta: Implications for Alzheimer’s Disease During the progression of the neurodegenerative Alzheimer’s disease, amyloid-β peptides accumulate in the brain to form toxic...
06/09/2022 13:00
Biology auditorium
Title: Linking learning to behaviour via neural representation geometry. Abstract: Recent developments in experimental neuroscience enable us to simultaneously record the activity of a large number of neurons and to...
30/08/2022 13:00
Programmed Cell Death RegulatesSebaceous Gland Homeostasis and Pathology   In the past decade, most studies investigating mammalian skin havefocused on the epidermis and the hair follicle, whereas much less is...
23/08/2022 13:00
Apoptoticcells represent a dynamic stem cell niche governing proliferation and tissueregeneration   Summery Stem cells (SCs) play a key role inhomeostasis and repair. While many studies have focused on SC...
22/08/2022 13:00
Roles of Aminoacyl tRNA synthetases in mRNA regulation Aminoacyl tRNA synthetases (aaRSs) are a well-studied family of enzymes with a canonical role in charging tRNA with specific amino acid. Yet,...
15/08/2022 13:00
Studying the functionalsignificance of RNA editing and duplicated genomic regions in Caenorhabditiselegans RNAediting is a phenomenon of RNA sequence alteration after transcription ineukaryotes. In mammals, the most common alterations studied...
09/08/2022 13:30
Shape readout by the transcription factor ETS1 of its RE's   Transcription in eukaryotes is under the control oftranscription factors (TFs) binding to specific DNA binding sites. ETS proteinsare a...
09/08/2022 13:00
Research subject: The role of caspase-9 in hairfollicle stem cells. Summary: Programed cell death(PCD) serves many important functions in mammalian development and tissuehomeostasis. These include shaping tissue morphology during organogenesis...
02/08/2022 13:00
  The mechanistic origin of p53 selectivity and functionalityOne of the master transcriptional regulation hubs of every human cell is the transcription factor (TF) p53 protein. p53 is activated in...
26/07/2022 13:30
 “CRISPRscreen to identify lncRNA genes critical for SARS-CoV-2 infection” Coronavirus disease(COVID-19) is caused by the infection of Severe Acute Respiratory SyndromeCoronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The viral entry into host cells is mediated...
26/07/2022 13:00
 Throughoutthe last number of years, the non-protein-coding portion of the human genomehas gone from being considered “junk DNA” to “hot spots” in the area of lifescience. Genome-wide transcriptome studies indicate...
04/07/2022 13:00
Learn about great options in the industry at the interface of biologyand computer science Martin Akerman is a Technion Alumni who completed his undergraduate and  PhD at the Faculty of Biology....
28/06/2022 13:00
Time: Thursday June 28th 13:00Place: hybrid- in the Faculty Auditorium/ZOOMhttps://technion.zoom.us/j/97658538324The HLA Peptidome of Lung Cancer: Towards the Developmentof Personalized ImmunotherapyLung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related death worldwide, mainly...
27/06/2022 13:00
Title: Spatial transcriptomics ofmammalian tissuesAbstract: Mammaliantissues are composed of repeating anatomical units that are polarized bymorphogens or directional blood flow. As a result, cells at different tissuecoordinates sub-specialize in distinct physiological functions,...
20/06/2022 13:00
Title: Thinking outsidethe mouse: ex-vivo dissections of host-microbiome cross-talksKey points: ·        We developed a novel 3D gut organ culture system, as a uniquetool for studying host-microbiome interactions.·        Enteric neuro-immune-microbiome cross-talks control regulatoryand effector T-cells...
13/06/2022 13:00
Title: Rethinking Mammalian Embryonic Development: An Integrated View of Epigenetics and Cell CommitmentAbstract:One of the mostremarkable processes in biology is the development of a single fertilized egginto a complete multi-cellular embryo...
06/06/2022 13:00
Title:Activity Homeostasis in Neural Circuits: From Basic Principles to MalfunctionsAbstract:Maintaining averageactivity level within a set-point range constitutes a fundamentalproperty of central neural circuits. Accumulated evidence suggests that firingrate distributions and their means represent...
30/05/2022 13:00
Title: The power of ONE:Immunology in the age of single cell genomicsAbstract:The immune system is a complex, dynamic and plastic networkcomposed of various interacting cell types that are constantly sensing andresponding...
25/05/2022 13:00
Title: Innate immunity infungi: Is regulated cell death involved?Host: Benjamin Horwitz
23/05/2022 13:00
Title: From the Egg to the Kidney… and BackAbstract:Whatconnects the union of gametes at fertilization, a fundamental processthat ensures the transmission of genetic material through the generations, tothe defense against pathogens...
17/05/2022 13:00
Time: Tuesday May 17, 2022, 13:00 PMPlace: Hybrid – The Faculty og Biology AuditoriumZOOM: https://technion.zoom.us/j/91251316715Functional Super Molecular Structures of Self-assembled ProteinsAntimicrobial peptides are secreted by the innate immune system of...
16/05/2022 13:00
Title: New insights intoperoxisomes - small organelles with exciting biology and a huge impact on humanhealth.Abstract: Peroxisomes arecentral metabolic organelles whose decreased function gives rise to severe peroxisomaldiseases. It is recently becoming...
09/05/2022 13:00
Title: Physiological mechanisms of brain-body interactions Host: Sagi Levy
02/05/2022 13:00
Title: Decoding uniquitin signalsAbstract:UbiquitinE3-ligases regulate most of the cellular pathways and consequently are tightlyregulated themselves. Several allosteric mechanisms for regulation of HECTE3-ligases that were identified and characterized in our lab...
25/04/2022 13:00
Title: Nano drug delivery Host: Sagi Levy
11/04/2022 14:30
Title: The regulatory role of free ISG15Interferons(IFNs) are a group of cytokinesinduced by viral infection. IFN production leads to a series of protein conformationalrearrangements and interactions as well as production...
11/04/2022 13:00
Title: Howtranscription factors recognize binding sites in large genomes: the role ofintrinsically disordered regions.  Abstract:Transcription factors (TFs) regulate geneexpression by binding DNA sequences recognized by their DNA-binding domains (DBDs).DBD-recognized motifs...
07/04/2022 12:30
Place: hybrid- inthe Faculty Auditorium/ZOOM:https://technion.zoom.us/j/93473479861The role of pregnancy in skin regenerationAbstract: The physiology of mammalian skin changesdramatically during pregnancy due to immunological, metabolic, and hormonalshifts. Estrogens are major regulators of...
05/04/2022 14:30
Title:  Tracking the development and assembly of single cellsAbstract:  While high-throughput methods provide a sweepingbirds-eye view of development, different insights can be gained by zooming into study how a single cell...
04/04/2022 13:00
Title: Cis-acting gene regulationby long noncoding RNAs.  Abstract:It is now clear that many intergenic regions in eukaryoticgenomes give rise to a range of processed and regulated transcripts that do notappear...
28/03/2022 13:00
The ‘Hunger Games’- Structural Studies of the MC4 Receptor Reveal Mechanism for SatietyHost: Sagi LevyAbstract: Obesity is aglobal epidemic causing increased morbidity and impaired quality of life. Themelanocortin receptor 4 (MC4R)...
22/03/2022 13:00
Systematicidentification of gene-altering programmed inversions across the bacterialdomain Programmedchromosomal inversions allow bacteria to generate intra-population genotypicand functional heterogeneity, a bet-hedging strategy important in changingenvironmental challenges, such as bacteriophages and antibiotic drugs....
21/03/2022 13:00
Title: Anti-tumor antibodies in ovarian cancer patients. Host: Sagi Levy
16/03/2022 13:00
Underlying mechanisms of re-programingreproduction following early life adversityA high burden of inflammatory diseasewas correlated with later puberty onset and earlier menopause in a study ofmigrant women, possibly suggesting an adaptive...
09/03/2022 13:30
Early-life experiencere-organizes neuromodulatory regulation of developmental patterns of behaviorand individuality   Early-life experiences may promote robust and long-lastingbehavioral outputs within populations, but also patterns of behavioralresponses that are variable among individuals, even...
09/03/2022 13:00
Decipheringthe role of alanine as a novel metabolic regulator of T cell immunity Abstract:T lymphocytes survey our body for threats. Under homeostasis, thesecells rarely proliferate. Upon encountering their cognate antigen and...
02/02/2022 13:00
The seminar will be given Hybrid: In the Faculty of Biology Auditorium and in ZOOM:https://technion.zoom.us/j/98596900607?pwd=UXk4eWk5dmZPOUFuMEl2Q1dCZ2puUT09Meeting ID: 985 9690 0607Passcode: 845596.Research Topic:Selection for resistance in marine cyanobacteria against generalist and specialist phages
31/01/2022 13:00
In hybird format: Auditorium + zoom
Title: Studying RNA Binding Proteins at Subcellular Resolution to Uncover their Roles in Health and Dysregulation in Disease Zoom: https://technion.zoom.us/j/96006672617 Abstract: Regulation of gene expression is at the basis of cell function....
26/01/2022 13:00
Faculty of Bilogy Auditorium
Tcell starvation and nutrient competition at the tumor micro environment is considered a major limiting factor in cancer immunotherapy. Metabolic suppression hampers T cell activation, differentiation, and effector functions, leading...
24/01/2022 13:00
In hybrid format: Auditorium + Zoom - https://technion.zoom.us/j/95140358269
Title: Hair Raising Tale: Nerve – Stem Cell Interactions Zoom: https://technion.zoom.us/j/95140358269 Abstract: Piloerection (goosebumps) requires concerted actions of the hair follicle, the arrector pili muscle, and the sympathetic nerve, providing a model to...
17/01/2022 13:00
In hybrid format: Auditorium + Zoom (see link below)
Title: Filamentous actin drives nuclear architectural changes to maintain genome stability ZOOM:  https://technion.zoom.us/j/91878900904 Abstract: Cell proliferation requires efficient and accurate DNA replication. The complexity of replication, however, renders genome copying susceptible to endogenous...
10/01/2022 13:00
Title: The importance of being in the membraneZoom Link: :  https://technion.zoom.us/j/95594834686Abstract: With in cell membranes are numerous proteins and protein complexes that are responsible for the execution of a multitude of functions essential...
03/01/2022 13:00
Title: The diverse cellular and molecular mechanisms driving neuronal and axonal degenerationZoom: https://technion.zoom.us/j/98391777547Abstract: Aberrations in protein folding, processing and degradation are common features of neurodegenerative diseases, resulting in their accumulation. Amyotrophic lateral...
27/12/2021 13:00
Title: Toxoplasma gondii - a master manipulator: From effectordiscovery to novel concepts in cell death.Abstract: Toxoplasma gondii translocates effector proteins into its host cell tosubvert various host pathways. T. gondii effector TgIST blocks thetranscription...
22/12/2021 13:00
Antigen-SpecificImmunomodulation in Multiple Sclerosis by IL-10 -TCell Receptor-Like Antibodies (TCRL) Fusion ProteinsMultiple sclerosis (MS) is anautoimmune disease of the central nervous system (CNS) leading to demyelinationand disability. MS treatments are...
20/12/2021 13:00
Title: “Unravelling the microscale mechanisms driving particle degradation in the ocean”Abstract: The sinking of organic particles to the ocean depths is the main driving force of thebiological pump, the process...
15/12/2021 13:30
Regulation of mitochondrial trafficking by Myosin XIX during cell migration. Myosin XIX (Myo19) is an actin-based molecular motor that is anchored to the outer mitochondria membrane (OMM) via its unique...
15/12/2021 13:00
 Studying AlternativePolyadenylation in Human Cells and Clinical Samples during Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV)Infection  HCMV infection is the leadingcause for congenital abnormalities in the western world. We studiedtranscriptomic changes in human fibroblast and...
13/12/2021 13:00
Title: What can fishes teach us about the brain?Abstract: Fishes have diverged in evolution from the mammalian linage some 450million years ago and as a result fishes’ brain structure is...
06/12/2021 13:00
Title: Golgi Redox and Gut Health: the Elegant Mechanism for ConstructingIntestinal MucusGuest: Deborah Fass, Departmentof Chemical and Structural Biology, WeizmannInstitute of Science AbstractThreats to the body’s physical integrity come in a...
22/11/2021 13:00
Title: Factors andmechanisms in mRNA localization and translationAbstract:The expression ofgenes into a functional unit is regulated at multiple steps, from the initial RNAtranscription, through its processing, intracellular localization, and finally...
15/11/2021 13:00
TitleSame organ, different place - conserved regulation of a transient stem-cellstate in the initiation of multiple root types AbstractPlantsadjust their post-embryonic growth in response to environmental cues by formingnew organs in...
08/11/2021 13:00
Title: Themulti-scale structure of chromatin in the nucleus Host: Sagi Levy
08/11/2021 13:00
The multi-scale structure of chromatin in the nucleusYuval GariniBiomedical Engineering Faculty,TechnionYuval.garini@technion.ac.il  ,  www.garini-lab.com/  The DNA in a human cell which is ~3 meters long is packed in a ~10 μmradius...
27/10/2021 13:00
“Computational approach to identifynew roles for long non-coding RNAs involved in pluripotency anddifferentiation” ecently long non coding RNAs (lncRNAs) have emerged asregulators of pluripotency and differentiation, however their contribution tospecific...
27/10/2021 13:00
“Computational approach to identify new roles for long non-coding RNAs involved in pluripotency and differentiation”Recently long non coding RNAs (lncRNAs) have emerged as regulators of pluripotency and differentiation, however their...
25/10/2021 13:00
DNA dynamicsdictates p53 functional outcomeTali E. Haran AbstractThe tumor suppressor protein p53 issituated in the midst of a complex cellular network that is activated inresponse to cellular stress. Activated p53 functions...
25/10/2021 13:00
DNA dynamicsdictates p53 functional outcomeTali E. Haran AbstractThe tumor suppressor protein p53 issituated in the midst of a complex cellular network that is activated inresponse to cellular stress. Activated p53 functions...
12/10/2021 13:00
Abstract:RNA editing is a highly conserved mechanism by which theAdenosine Deaminases Acting on RNA (ADAR) enzymes convert adenosines (A) intoinosines (I), which are recognized by the splicing and translationalmachineries as...
12/10/2021 13:00
Abstract:RNA editing is a highly conserved mechanism by which theAdenosine Deaminases Acting on RNA (ADAR) enzymes convert adenosines (A) intoinosines (I), which are recognized by the splicing and translationalmachineries as...
17/08/2021 13:00
A Computational Pipeline for the Quantification of Social Interactions Across DevelopmentLittle is known about how social behavior changes across different stages of development in animals. The nematode C. elegans offers...
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