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Advances in our understanding of the activation of peripheral damage-sensing neurons (nociceptors) over the past year have been complemented by electrophysiological and imaging studies of central nervous system pain-related centres. The manipulation of gene expression in a reversible and cell...
The sense of smell is highly sophisticated in vertebrates but Homo sapiens ranks low in olfactory performance when compared to other species — why? Olfaction initiates with the interaction of odorants with specific receptors on the surface of olfactory sensory neurons in the nose. The genes...
Cardiac hypertrophy is an adaptive response of the heart to a variety of intrinsic and extrinsic stimuli. The hypertrophic response, during which cardiomyocytes increase in size without undergoing cell division, initially serves to compensate for decreased cardiac output; however, prolonged...
The past year has seen the ectopic expression of human telomerase and the consequent increased replicative lifespan of cells, whereas mice lacking telomerase have lived and reproduced for six generations. Core telomerase activity from various organisms was reconstituted in vitro , yet how its...
The past year has seen substantial progress in our understanding the molecular mechanisms of bodyweight regulation, particularly in the central and peripheral actions of the leptin and melanocortin signaling pathways (e.g. leptin stimulation of angiogenesis and suppression of cytokine...
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