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  • Cell Research
    acid sensing Raúl V Durán and Michael N Hall Biozentrum University of Basel Klingelbergstrasse 50 70 CH 4056 Basel Switzerland Correspondence Michael N Hall E mail m hall unibas ch The cellular response to amino acids is controlled at the molecular level by TORC1 While many of the elements that participate in TORC1 signaling are known we still have no clear idea how cells sense amino acids Two recent studies

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    to germs and the Hygiene Hypothesis Dale T Umetsu Division of Immunology Karp Laboratories Rm 10127 Children s Hospital Boston Harvard Medical School One Blackfan Circle Boston MA 02115 USA Correspondence Dale T Umetsu E mail dale umetsu childrens harvard edu A recent paper suggests that reduced exposure to germs results in the expansion of a cell type called natural killer T cells which predisposes to colitis and asthma Such

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    National Laboratory of Biomacromolecules Institute of Biophysics Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing 100101 China 2 Gene Expression Laboratory Salk Institute for Biological Studies 10010 North Torrey Pines Road La Jolla California 92037 USA 3 Center for Regenerative Medicine in Barcelona Dr Aiguader 88 08003 Barcelona Spain Correspondence Guang Hui Liu Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte E mail ghliu ibp ac cn belmonte salk edu izpisua cmrb eu Emerging evidence suggests an

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    Kennedy 1 2 1 Buck Institute for Research on Aging 8001 Redwood Blvd Novato CA 94945 USA 2 Aging Research Institute Guangdong Medical College Dongguan Guangdong 523808 China Correspondence Brian K Kennedy E mail bkennedy buckinstitute org Initial studies linking Sirtuins to longevity in yeast initiated what is now a rich vein of aging research that is full of promise and fraught with controversy Missing was a demonstration that enhanced

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    and Stephen M Cohen 1 2 1 Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology 61 Biopolis Dr Singapore 138673 2 Department of Biological Sciences National University of Singapore Singapore Correspondence Stephen M Cohen E mail scohen imcb a star edu sg Aging is a key risk factor in neurodegenerative disease however little is known about cellular pathways that mediate age associated degeneration of the brain The Bonini lab has identified a

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    for Research on Aging Sir Mortimer B Davis Jewish General Hospital Segal Cancer Centre Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research 3755 C魌e Ste Catherine Road Montr閍l Qu閎ec H3T 1E2 Canada 2 Departments of Medicine and Oncology McGill University Montr閍l Qu閎ec Canada Correspondence Stéphane Richard E mail stephane richard mcgill ca Efficient DNA damage sensing and repair is crucial to preserve genomic integrity and failure to detect or repair DNA breaks

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    and Cancer Biology Department of Radiation Oncology University of Michigan 4424B MS 1 1301 Catherine Street Ann Arbor MI 48109 USA Correspondence Yi Sun Tel 734 615 1989 E mail sunyi umich edu CUL4B a member of the cullin RING ubiquitin ligase family is frequently mutated in X linked mental retardation XLMR patients The study by Liu et al showed that Cul4b plays an essential developmental role in the extra

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