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Endocannabinoids and energy homeostasis: An update
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Regulation of mitochondrial morphology by lipids
Role of trace elements (Zn, Sr, Fe) in bone development: Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence study of rat bone and tooth tissue
Antidiabetic effect of nepodin, a component of Rumex roots, and its modes of action in vitro and in vivo
Tenascin-C is increased in atherothrombotic stroke patients and has an anti-inflammatory effect in the human carotid artery
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2014 BioFactors - Wiley Young Investigator Award
On behalf of the IUBMB, BioFactors, and Wiley, it is with great pleasure and honor that we announce Juewon Kim as the recipient of the 2014 BioFactors - Wiley Young Investigator Award for his article, A DAF-16/FoxO3a-dependent longevity signal is initiated by antioxidants.
Mr. Kim is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Tokyo in Chiba, Japan, where he earned a Masters Degree in Biological Sciences, and is a Senior Researcher at Amorepacific Inc. in the Beauty Food Research Institute where he conducts basic research for biological cosmetics as well as basic and applied research for functional food. He will be honored with the 2014 BioFactors - Wiley Young Investigator Award at the 15th IUBMB - 24th FAOBMB - TSBMB Conference this October 21 - 26, in Taipei, Taiwan, and his award-winning article will be FREELY available online through the conference.
15th IUBMB - 24th FAOBMB - TSBMB International Conference, Taipei, Taiwan
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Novel insights on interactions between folate and lipid metabolism
Robin P. da Silva, Karen B. Kelly, Ala Al Rajabi, René L. Jacobs
Volume 40, Issue 3, May/June 2014
Folate is an essential B vitamin required for the maintenance of AdoMet-dependent methylation. The liver is responsible for many methylation reactions that are used for post-translational modifications of proteins, methylation of DNA, and the synthesis of hormones, creatine, carnitine, and phosphatidylcholine. Conditions where methylation capacity is compromised, including folate deficiency, are associated with impaired phospatidylcholine synthesis resulting in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and steatohepatitis. Read the full article FREE!
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