Novel findings about the tafazzin gene offers a potential new target and drug candidate for Barth syndrome.
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Enzymes are macromolecular biological catalysts. Enzymes accelerate, or catalyse, chemical reactions.
Advancements in enzyme-activated near-infrared fluorescent probes hold promise for evaluating responses to enzyme-targeting therapies.
HGPS mouse models were used to test the hypothesis that the accelerated aging typical of progeroid mice is associated with reduced hepatic H2S production.
US research reveals mechanism used by bacterial cells to repair their faulty DNA, which could help scientists understand the intricacies of DNA repair processes.
Safer and more effective blood thinners could be on the way following a ground-breaking discovery by US researchers, that have designed a new compound to target blood clots.
Japanese researchers have developed activatable Raman probes based on 9CN-rhodol, offering a promising tool for detecting multiple enzyme activities in heterogeneous biological tissues. This new molecular design strategy allows for highly specific and sensitive detection of enzyme activities, offering potential applications in disease diagnosis and biological research.
US researchers have found that increasing the expression of the enzyme serine racemase in the prefrontal cortex of middle-aged rats can enhance cognitive function.
Researchers have found a potential therapeutic target less vulnerable to potential drug resistance and emerging COVID-19 variants of concern.
Researchers have streamlined the traditionally slow process of enzyme engineering. This work might help researchers tailor the suitability of enzymes for custom purposes.
Researchers have used AI to design microneedle patches that restore hair in balding mice.
A new study from the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University may solve the puzzle of how cells control their volume.
Researchers have found that blocking key enzymes could boost anti-cancer T cell responses and resistance to immunosuppression.