Neuron: Youming Lu/Lingqiang Zhu's team at Huazhong University of Science and Technology reveals two types of cholinergic neurons that regulate anxiety and spatial memory
Time of Update: 2022-09-30
On September 20, 2022, the research team of Lu Youming/Zhu Lingqiang of Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology published an article in the journal Neuron that revealed that there are two types of cholinergic neurons with different structures (projected to different hippocampal regions) and different functions (anxiety behavior and spatial memory) in the medial septal nucleus.
Tablets of epilepsy liver disease drugs sold 2 billion, 14 exclusive products are hot sellers
Time of Update: 2022-09-09
Figure 2: Revenue of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular drugs in the past three years (unit: 10,000 yuan) Source: the company's semi-annual report, annual report With the increase in market demand, Angong Niuhuang Pill has grown into more than 4 billion varieties in retail terminals (China's urban physical pharmacies + online pharmacies), and its sales growth rate in the past two years has been 21% and 37%, respectively, maintaining a rapid upward momentum.
Science reveals how ribosomes are assembled in human cells
Time of Update: 2021-10-01
?In this study, the researchers developed a human gene editing platform for labeling ribosomal assembly factors, and established a new biochemical procedure to overcome the obstacle of extracting ribosomal precursor particles from the structural nucleoli in the nucleus .
Who will be the next popular ingredient? 【foodaily
Time of Update: 2021-02-07
Breen , chief executive of Live Better Brands, an all-wheat snack chip and salty biscuit company based in Minneapolis, said: "" sprouting ingredients are trending , especially flax, quinoa and sorb seeds.
Tertiary and Quaternary Structure Formation of Voltage-Gated Potassium Channels
Time of Update: 2020-12-20
The experimental strategies involve identifying quaternary and tertiary interfaces, engineering a pair of cysteines into a cysteine-free voltage-gated potassium channel protein, using bifunctional crosslinking agents, and using an assay of the crosslinked products to determine folding/assembly events.
Funnel web spider venom extracts "Hi1a" protein to treat stroke brain damage
Time of Update: 2020-09-10
venom spiders have been shunned, but scientists at the University of Queensland and Monash University in Australia have looked at the funnel web spider's venom and looked for new medical methods from the proteins contained in the venom.