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Cell biology

Cell biology is about the structure, function and regulation of cells and interactions between cells in tissues and organs.


Det finns 19 sidor som är taggade med Cell biology:
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Genotype and environment interplay in crop production

Major research activities focus on the production ecology and resource use efficiency of agricultural crops and the genetic basis of the underlying crop traits. Projects - Optimized Utilisation of Salix - OPTUS - Alternative uses of Salix wood as raw ...

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Claudia Köhler elected member of EMBO

Photo: Jenny Svennås-Gillner The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) has elected the new members of the year. Claudia Köhler, professor at SLU's Department of Plant Biology in Uppsala, is one of the European researchers that are honoured ...

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Doreen Schwochow-Thalmann

Presentation - I am a PhD student in the lab of Leif Andersson jointly supervised by Michéle Tixier-Boichard at INRA, France. I am enrolled in the 'European Graduate School of Animal Breeding and Genetics' (EGS-ABG), supported by an Erasmus Mundus ...

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Metabolic imbalance impairs bovine fertility

Photo: Denise Laskowski Metabolic imbalance impairs fertility, because changes in concentrations of metabolites and hormones in the blood and follicular fluid create an unfavourable environment for early embryonic development. Insulin is a key metabolic ...

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Climate affects bull sperm quality

Photo: Karin Selin-Wretling The aim of the present study was to evaluate the possible effects of climate factors on sperm quality of Holstein dairy bulls housed in northern Spain. Semen samples from 11 Holstein dairy bulls were collected and cryopreserved ...

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Synovial fluid lubricant altered in osteoarthritic joints

Photo: bernswaelz, Pixabay The glycoprotein lubricin contributes to the boundary lubrication of the articular cartilage surface. The early events of osteoarthritis involve the superficial layer where lubricin is synthesised. The objective of the present ...

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PCR or bacterial culture to identify cause of IMI?

PCR or bacterial culture to identify cause of IMI? - Real-time PCR analysis of milk samples is a fast method to identify intramammary infections (IMI) in dairy cows, and has the potential to be used for routine analysis of test milking composite milk ...

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Promising findings for airway disorders in horses

Promising findings for airway disorders in horses - Mast cells are known for their detrimental effects in various inflammatory conditions. Regimens that induce selective mast cell apoptosis may therefore be of therapeutic significance. Earlier studies ...

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Soft tissue tumors in Golden Retrievers

Myxosarcoma. Photo: Eva Hellmén Morphologically, canine soft-tissue sarcomas (STSs) resemble human STSs. In humans, proper classification of STSs is considered essential to improve insight in the biology of these tumors, and to optimize diagnosis and ...

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Uterine proteins altered in the cyclic and early pregnant bitch

The endometrium changes during the oestrous cycle and early pregnancy in the bitch. Changes in the amount of the proteins E-cadherin and β-catenin are critical since the proteins are related to epithelial integrity and thus the potential for the bitch ...

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High insulin levels are harmful for embryos

Insulin is a key metabolic hormone that plays a crucial role in regulating energy homeostasis in the body. In addition, insulin-dependent signaling has important functions in reproduction and early embryo development. As metabolism and reproduction ...

Yongzhi Guo

Yongzhi Guo

Selected publications - Plasminogen is a critical regulator of cutaneous wound healing. Sulniute R, Shen Y, Guo YZ, Fallah M, Ahlskog N, Ny L, Rakhimova O, Broden J, Boija H, Moghaddam A, Li J, Wilczynska M, Ny T. Thromb Haemost. 2016 May 2;115(5):1001-9. ...

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