In a lot of modern biomolecular researches they often need use of laboratory animals. Especially such in vivo tests are important in area of biomolecular medicine. (Photo from Ibch vivarium.)
- Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2013 has been awarded for the discoveries in vesicle traffic
Each cell is a factory that produces and exports molecules in small packages called vesicles. The 2013 Nobel Prize honours three scientists who have solved the mystery of how the cell organizes its transport system. Through their discoveries, Rothman, Schekman and Südhof have revealed the exquisitely precise control system for the transport and delivery of cellular cargo. Disturbances in this system have deleterious effects and contribute to conditions such as neurological diseases, diabetes, and immunological disorders.
- The Dawn of Virtual Cell Biology
To fulfill systems biology’s promise of providing fundamental new insights will require the development of quantitative and predictive models of whole cells. In this issue, Karr et al. present the first integrated and dynamic computational model of a bacterium that accounts for all of its components and their interactions.
- Russian Academy of Sciences Elections – 2011
Eugene Grishin and Sergei Lukyanov have been elected full members of the Russian Academy of Sciences
- 15-th European Conference on the Spectroscopy of Biological Molecules (ECSBM): 25-30 Aug. 2013, Oxford (UK)
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- IV International conference Biomaterials and Nanobiomaterials: Recent Advances Safety-Toxicology and Ecology Issues
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Russian-Hellenic workshop and School of Young Scientists. 5-12 May 2013. Heraklion, Crete-Greece.
- Seminar Dr. Roger New (UK) "New Frontiers in Per-Oral Protein Therapeutics and Drug Discovery"
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