The Fertility Show, London, 3-4 November 2018
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Protein

A large biological molecule made up of a string of sub-units called amino acids. There are thousands of different proteins in the human body, each with a particular job. For example, haemoglobin carries oxygen around the blood.

Articles using this Glossary Item

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Why single embryo transfers in IVF sometimes result in twins 15 October 2018 News
Cancer-related gene variations often reclassified, shows study 1 October 2018 News
Genome editing works in mitochondrial DNA for first time 1 October 2018 News
A quarter of human genes have been entirely neglected by research 24 September 2018 News
Frequent sex – not abstinence – is better for sperm quality 24 September 2018 News
Skeletal stem cells discovered in humans 24 September 2018 News
Simple urine test for early-stage ovarian cancer edges closer 17 September 2018 News
Genome editing relieves muscular dystrophy in dogs 3 September 2018 News
Scientists base-edit first viable human embryos 28 August 2018 News
Elephants' 'zombie gene' may give cancer insights 20 August 2018 News
Lab-grown lungs transplanted into pigs 6 August 2018 News
New class of drug puts cancer cells to sleep 6 August 2018 News
Gene therapy reverses type 2 diabetes in mice 16 July 2018 News
Genome editing turns cancer cells against their own 16 July 2018 News
HFEA to issue regulations on IVF add-ons 16 July 2018 News
New structure found in sperm may help understand infertility 18 June 2018 News
In depth: Our first look at the human development 'organiser cells' 4 June 2018 Comment
Breast cancer drug works in half the time 21 May 2018 News
Sperm proteins may help understand infertility 21 May 2018 News
New RNA editing tool shows promise for dementia 19 March 2018 News
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Events using this Glossary Item

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Functional Genomics and Systems Biology
30 November 2009 Wellcome Trust Conference Centre, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1RQ, UK
An event addressing post-genomic science in humans and other organisms...
The Blind-Drunk Mutant Mouse: A Model for Schizophrenia?
19 November 2009 12midday Francis Crick Auditorium, Wellcome Trust Conference Centre, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1RQ, UK
A discussion introduced by Professor Kay Davies, Head of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics at the University of Oxford...