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Protein complexes assemble at the cell membrane in a polarized manner,...

The researchers have carried out immunofluorescence and live-imaging analysis and found how the mutual restriction of the protein complexes controls their confinement to the equatorial region

Avay Biosciences launches ‘Mito Plus,’ an indigenous Bio 3D Printer to...

The first prototype of Mito Plus was installed at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, the top ranked Science Research institute by NIRF Rankings

Study unveils protein synthesis in red blood cells

A research team led by Sandeep M Eswarappa, Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, has identified that mature human RBCs can also make their proteins

ICMR, IISc to jointly develop Hitech hub & spoke system for...

The two institutions will develop a technology-enabled hub-and-spoke system for collecting and curating data through institutions across the country

New tech developed to generate green hydrogen from biomass

Most of the hydrogen presently comes from fossil fuels through a process called the steam methane reforming route

Researchers develop helix-hairpin miniproteins for inhibiting SARS-CoV-2 infection

The artificial peptides or miniproteins can block not only the entry of viruses like SARS-CoV-2 into human cells but also have the potential to clump virions

Study could help better management of Alzheimer’s patients

The improved algorithm named ReAl-LiFE could also predict how a human test subject would behave or carry out a specific task

How did COVID-19 spread during short conversations?

The simulations from a recent research showed that the risk of getting infected was higher when one person acted as a passive listener than when they engaged in a two-way conversation

Study finds Asthma drug can help fight COVID

Indian Institute of Science (IISc) team found that a drug used to treat Asthma and allergies can bind to and block a crucial protein produced by the virus SARS-CoV-2 and reduce viral replication in human immune cells

Microplastics detected in fish samples from Cauvery

Using a technique called Raman spectroscopy, researchers detected microplastics, the minute pieces of plastic often invisible to the naked eye and some toxic chemicals.