Category Archives: Cell Biology

Biomysteries Episode 3 – The Telomere Effect

Being a human being the question does arise about our mortality, diseases and aging. Human beings are made up of zillions of cells and inside each cells there is nucleus. The nucleus is an essential part to protect our genetic … Continue reading

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Mesentery – The New Organ can now change the history of Human Anatomy

Although the scientific research is advancing in recent times there are many things which still remained unexplored. In biomysteries lets me introduce you to a new organ that remained unexplored. Researchers from Ireland identified a part of our digestive tract, … Continue reading

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Yoshinori Ohsumi wins Nobel Prize 2016 in medicine for his work on Autophagy

Video Courtesy: DW News Today is the day to draw red ring in the calendar. The Nobel Prize for 2016 in Medicine has been announced and has been awarded to 71years old, Dr. Yoshinori Ohsumi for his discoveries on how … Continue reading

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NorA Multidrug resistance Efflux pumps in Staphylococcus aureus

Gram positive organisms can be resistant to first line of antimicrobial agents and leading to complications in therapy. One of major reasons for these complications is efflux pumps. Apart from Drug resistance efflux pumps are used by bacteria to acquire … Continue reading

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Yoshinori Ohsumi wins 2016 Paul Janssen Award

Japanese scientist and professor Ohsumi from Tokyo Tech has been recognized for his research in autophagy. From the AsianScientist newsroom on 14th  2016 its been known that Dr. Yoshinori Ohsumi, professor at Cell Biology Unit at Tokyo Institute of Technology … Continue reading

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