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November 01, 2011 (Vol. 31, No. 19)

Directing Cell-Signaling Research

Improvements in Assessment and Manipulation Help Scientists Get to the Bottom of Previously Intractable Problems

  • It’s hard to imagine a biomedical field that’s not concerned with cell signaling. From immunologists studying GPCRs and neuroscientists investigating amyloid plaques, to cardiologists telling their patients to avoid caffeine, knowing what’s connected to what and which kinases are phosphorylating which others is all part of the daily grind. ...

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