Biochemistry and Cell Biology

Biochemistry and Cell Biology

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  • Davies, Stephanie Jane (University College Cork, 2017)
    Dysregulation of adipose tissue metabolism is associated with multiple metabolic disorders. One such disease, known as Dunnigan-type familial partial lipodystrophy (FPLD2) is characterised by defective fat metabolism and ...
  • Yazgan, Gökçe; Dmitriev, Ruslan I.; Tyagi, Vasundhara; Jenkins, James; Rotaru, Gelu-Marius; Rottmar, Markus; Rossi, René M.; Toncelli, Claudio; Papkovsky, Dmitri B.; Maniura-Weber, Katharina; Fortunato, Giuseppino (Nature Publishing Group, 2017-03-13)
    A profound understanding of how to tailor surface topographies of electrospun fibers is of great importance for surface sensitive applications including optical sensing, catalysis, drug delivery and tissue engineering. ...
  • Roche, Sarah L.; Wyse-Jackson, Alice C.; Ruiz-Lopez, Ana M.; Byrne, Ashleigh M.; Cotter, Thomas G. (Nature Publishing Group, 2017-02-20)
    Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) encompasses a group of retinal diseases resulting in photoreceptor loss and blindness. We have previously shown in the rd10 mouse model of RP, that rd10 microglia drive degeneration of viable ...
  • Kelly, Caroline Ann (University College Cork, 2017)
    For industrial applications, solid-state O2 sensors based on the quenching of photoluminescence, should be accurate, robust, easy-to-use in a calibration-free manner. These sensors generally consist of an O2 sensitive ...
  • Addario, Barbara; Sandblad, Linda; Persson, Karina; Backman, Lars (PeerJ, 2016-03-28)
    The actin cytoskeleton plays a fundamental role in eukaryotic cells. Its reorganization is regulated by a plethora of actin-modulating proteins, such as a-actinin. In higher organisms, α-actinin is characterized by the ...

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