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Small stress proteins are molecular chaperones that modulate the ability of cells to respond to several types of injuries. In this regard, a protection generated by the expression of mammalian small stress proteins against the cell death induced by oxidative stress has been described. This review...
Yeasts have a justified reputation as one of the world's most versatile organisms. Baker's yeast continues to live up to this recognition by joining the war against malaria. Yeast can now be used to study antifolate drug resistance patterns that depend on the dihydrofolate reductase enzyme (DHFR)...
H. A. Krebs made an enormous contribution to our knowledge of amino acid metabolism, beginning with his studies on proteolysis in the early 1930s, progressing through his work on urea synthesis to an extensive series of papers on deamination and, then, to work on gluconeogenesis from amino acids....