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'Blind' cells see the light; maybe someday humans will, too

...lets positive potassium ions flow out of the cell, equalizing the voltage and turning the cell off. Trauner, Kramer and their team designed a way to re-engineer the potassium channel to respond to light rather than voltage. To create this man-made channel and insert it into living cells, they took a two-step ap...

Forsyth scientists gain greater understanding of how embryos differentiate left from right

...mmetry requires H+-V-ATPase activity. Artificially equalizing the asymmetry in H+ flux, by increasing or decreasing it on both sides equally, both randomized the location of the viscera without causing any other defects. To understand the mechanism of action of H+-V-ATPase, researchers isolated its two physiolo...

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