- Print ISSN
- Electronic ISSN
- Impact factor
- Usage rank
- Article count
- Free count
- Free percentage
- PDFs via platforms
- Nature, CSA, The European Molecular Biology Organization, and Proquest
EU-LIFE revives funding debate. A group of mid-level life science research institutes is reopening the debate on how to fund research at the...
Response to olsson and forkman.
Can bacteria save the planet?
An eruption of European B-cell biology.
Volcanic ash clouds disrupted the 2010 ESF/EMBO meeting on B cells and protection. Nevertheless, the delegates who did make it to Catalonia put together their own programme of talks covering a range of themes from mutualism to epigenetics.
CHK2-independent induction of telomere dysfunction checkpoints in stem and progenitor cells.
We show that CHK2 deletion impairs the induction of senescence in mouse and human fibroblasts. By contrast, CHK2 deletion did not improve the stem-cell function, organ maintenance and lifespan of telomere dysfunctional mice and did not prevent the induction of p53/p21, apoptosis and cell-cycle arres...
The separation of church and science. Science and religion offer different worldviews, but are they opposite or complementary?
The non-apoptotic role of p53 in neuronal biology: enlightening the dark side of the moon
We discuss how-unexpectedly-p53 can regulate the proliferation and differentiation of neural progenitor cells independently of its role in apoptosis, and p53 post-translational modifications might promote neuronal maturation, as well as axon outgrowth and regeneration, following neuronal injury. We...
Chlamydomonas: a sexually active, light-harvesting, carbon-reducing, hydrogen-belching 'planimal'. Conference on the Cell & Molecular Biolog...
DNA-PK suppresses a p53-independent apoptotic response to DNA damage
We show that the apoptotic defect of p53-deficient cells is nearly completely rescued by inactivation of any of the three subunits of the DNA repair holoenzyme DNA-dependent protein kinase (DNA-PK). Intestinal crypt cells from p53 nullizygous mice were resistant to radiation-induced apoptosis, where...
The power of words.
Are books in the realm of science influential enough to affect or (mis)inform public opinion?