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Mitochondrial Calcium Signaling in Brown Fat Bioenergetics
Calcium is a ubiquitous signaling molecule that coordinates biological processes over a wide range of length and timescales. For decades, it has been known that respiring mitochondria can take up large amounts of calcium ...
Finding Cis-Regulatory Regions in Long Noncoding RNA Loci
We currently understand very little about how the genome functions. Up to 80% of the genome is transcribed, but much of biology focuses on the ~1-5% that codes for proteins. This narrow focus leaves many newly cataloged ...
When the Circadian Clock Cannot Be Set: An Unstable Singularity Underlies Stochastic Phasing of the Circadian Clock in Individual Cyanobacterial Cells
The endogenous circadian clock synchronizes with environmental time by appropriately resetting its phase in response to external cues. Of note, some resetting stimuli induce attenuated oscillations of clock output, which ...