A collection of various covers and cover proposals created for professional projects.
Cover for Acta Chimica Sinica vol 70 nº 20 based on paper by Zhang Liang, Yu Miao, He Chuan. Mouse Tet1 Protein can Oxidize 5mC to 5hmC and 5caC on Single-stranded DNA. The paper shows that Tet proteins can oxidize 5-methylcytosine (5mC) to 5-methylhydroxicytosine (5hmC) and 5hmC to 5-Carboxylcytosine (5caC) on single-stranded DNA as well […]
Base-Resolution Analysis of 5-Hydroxymethylcytosine in the Mammalian Genome. Miao Yu, Gary C. Hon, Keith E. Szulwach, Chun-Xiao Song, Liang Zhang, Audrey Kim, Xuekun Li, Qing Dai, Yin Shen, Beomseok Park, Jung-Hyun Min, Peng Jinsend email, Bing Rensend email, Chuan He. Cell, Volume 149, Issue 6, 1368-1380, 17 May 2012 The image shows the concept of […]
An artist’s impression of what ancient Mars oceans may have looked like, based on gelogical data. Beafore and after comprassion of Mars surface ancient and today. Mars may have had a denser atmosphere and higher surface temperatures, allowing vast amounts of liquid water on its surface, possibly including a large ocean that may have covered one-third of the planet. […]
Molecular biology: RNA modification does a regulatory two-step. The m6A structural modification of RNA regulates gene expression. It has now been found to mediate an unusual control mechanism: by altering the structure of RNA, m6A allows a regulatory protein to bind to that RNA. REFERENCIAS N6-methyladenosine-dependent RNA structural switches regulate RNA–protein interactions. Nian Liu, Qing […]
Thiol-group oxidation of active and allosteric cysteines is a widespread regulatory posttranslational protein modification. Pathogenic bacteria, including Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus, use regulatory cysteine oxidation to respond to and overcome reactive oxygen species (ROS) encountered in the host environment. REFERENCES Proteome-wide Quantification and Characterization of Oxidation-Sensitive Cysteines in Pathogenic Bacteria. Xin Deng · Eranthie […]
Carbonic anhydrases catalyze the reversible hydration of CO2. Since the discovery of this zinc (Zn) metalloenzyme in erythrocytes over 65 years ago, carbonic anhydrase has not only been found in virtually all mammalian tissues but is also abundant in plants and green unicellular algae. The enzyme is important to many eukaryotic physiological processes such as […]