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Transcriptomic analyses reveal rhythmic and CLOCK-driven pathways in human skeletal muscle
Laurent Perrin et al.
Rhythmic transcriptome analyses of human skeletal muscle tissue and cultured primary myotubes reveal an essential role for the circadian coordination of glucose homeostasis and lipid metabolism in human skeletal muscle.
Genetics and Genomics
Brain Size: Gene losses did not stop the evolution of big brains
Cristian Cañestro, Vittoria Roncalli
Elephants and fruit bats have evolved large brains even though they have lost a gene that is fundamental to the supply of energy to the brain when glucose is not available.
Computational and Systems Biology
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Metabolism: Division of labor in bacteria
Alma Dal Co et al.
The emergence of subpopulations that perform distinct metabolic roles has been observed in populations of genetically identical bacteria.
Chromosomes and Gene Expression
Molecular Communication: An acid tale of prion formation
Mick F Tuite
Axons: The cost of communication in the brain
Brian A MacVicar et al.
Imaging ATP in axons reveals that they rely on glucose from the blood and lactate produced by glial cells as sources of energy.
Obesity: The emerging neurobiology of calorie addiction
Cristina García-Cáceres, Matthias H Tschöp
Neuropeptide Signaling: Unravelling the evolutionary history of kisspeptin
Maria I Arnone, Paola Oliveri
Experiments in sea cucumbers reveal how the physiological responses regulated by a neuropeptide called kisspeptin have evolved.
Cancer Metabolism: Partners in the Warburg effect
Joshua D Rabinowitz, Hilary A Coller
Genetics and Genomics
Evolution: Oxygen and early animals
Kalle T Rytkönen
The biology of sponges provides clues about how early animals may have dealt with low levels of oxygen.
Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
Insulin: Folding mutations suppress early beta-cell proliferation
Honey Modi, James D Johnson
Exploring how proliferation and maturation of beta-cells can be impaired after birth will shed light on the origins of various forms of diabetes.
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