|Increased wild type FUS levels in ALS patients lead to a toxic microenvironment and motor neuron neurodegeneration
By Michalina Hanzel, PhDFUS mutations in Amyotrophic Lateral SclerosisFused in sarcoma (FUS) is a ribonucleoprotein that continuously shuttles between the nucleus and the cytoplasm to regulate pre-mRNA splicing, mRN... Read more.
|Inhibitor kappa B-alpha (IkappaB-alpha)
The transcription factor nuclear factor kappa beta (NFkB) is highly regulated by triggers such as stress, free-radicals, UV light, and hypoxia. NFkB is one of the fastest responding transcription factors in humans. The NFKB signaling pathway is ess... Read more.
|SUCNR1/GPR91 - a potential role in renovascular hypertension
SUCNR1 is the cognate receptor for the Kreb's citric acid cycle intermediate succinate. It is of interest to scientists because it is involved in not only energy metabolism but possibly also in renovascular hypertension, a condition linked to diabe... Read more.
|Immune Cell Metabolic Flux Influences Type I Diabetes
By Hunter MartinezWhat is Immunometabolism?It is well established that abnormal metabolic environments can be a risk factor for disease development. One characteristic example is the role of dyslipidemia (high lev... Read more.