Life Sciences October 2021

protein synthesis

Life Sciences for September & October (76aH*) :
   – Protein synthesis in cell is modulated by regulatory factors,
   – The first tomato modified by CRISPR approved for sale,
   – Patients with brain damage could move their fingers,
   – Evident link between pollution and premature birth,
   – The human brain contains more than 160 billion cells,
   – Highly processed foods’ diet causes severe inflammation & memory loss

Life Sciences August 2021

exercise

Life Sciences for July & August (76aH*) :
   – Exercise improves health through changes to DNA,
   – Metabolites of intestinal bacteria can change the metabolism of our cells,
   – A lab-grown foie gras matching its delicate flavor and creamy texture,
   – A near-complete mouse embryo model has been created from stem cells,
   – Transplanting gut microbes rejuvenate aspects of brain and immune function,
   – Unknown brain cell appears to help center oneself in their own world’s map

Life Sciences February 2021

birds vision

Life Sciences for January & February (75aH*) :
   – Birds and many other animals, can ‘see’ our planet’s magnetic field,
   – Activate and deactivate the functions of DNA by light,
   – Identical twins can have differences also from genetic mutations as embryo,
   – The replacement of cells in a human body,
   – Deep slow-wave sleep removes waste like toxic proteins from the brain,
   – Specific viruses injected into nerve cells allows paralyzed mice to walk again,
   – MOTS-c hormone can increase physical capacity, body energy and general health

Life Sciences August 2020

Life Sciences for July & August (74aH*):
   – Mice glial cells involved in dead neurons removal,
   – Complete end-to-end human X chromosome is now sequenced,
   – An organism’s survival depends on its neurons’ survival,
   – Mechanical and biochemical signals control everything in cells ,
   – Microbes can regulate a neuronal circuit ,
   – Guanine-rich DNA can fold in on itself forming a four-stranded structure ,
   – Two different ways of aging in the yeast

Life Sciences June 2020

reciprocal connections

Life Sciences for May & June (74aH*):
   – Claustrum has reciprocal connections with almost all areas of the brain,
   – The heart has its own control center,
   – Plants have a biological clock,
   – Treat rats having multiple sclerosis ,
   – Mini livers created from human skin,
   – No more blood transfusions thanks to CRISPR technology ?

Life Sciences April 2020

life sciences 04-20 salmon parasite

Life Sciences for March & April (74aH*):
   – A salmon parasite does not need oxygen for life ,
   – A squid able to modify its own genetic code,
   – Transmission of generational characteristics stored in DNA regulatory molecules ?,
   – Spatial arrangement affects the various chemical reactions in cells