Exocytotic vesicles take away membrane proteins and glycocalyx on the cell's plasma membrane surface. When those vesicles are released into the interstitial fluid and wherever else, where do they go? ...
Is that because of evolution? Does it have something to do with its amount in the universe? Carbon compounds form the basis of all known life on Earth, and the carbon-nitrogen cycle provides some of ...
This must be an error Just as proteins have a polarity defined by the amino and carboxyl termini, oligosaccharides have a polarity defined by their reducing and nonreducing ends. The ...
I am thinking what can cause the swelling of gastrointestinal system i.e. bloating after high protein diet of Whey proteins. Liver does breaks those proteins to branched chain amino acids (BCAA), ...