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|11:31, 16 May 2016||Factors contributing to RBC eryptosis.jpg (file)||129 KB||Eryptosis and its signalling molecules: the changes it effects on erythrocytes. Prominent triggers are hyperosmotic shock and oxidative stress. These triggers result in three morphologically visible changes to RBCs and these are phospholipid membrane s...||1|
|19:57, 15 May 2016||The process of erythropoiesis.jpg (file)||105 KB||The process of erythropoiesis. Erythroid progenitors in the bone marrow that depend on Epo and EpoR for differentiation into mature red blood cells (a). The signaling pathways stimulated by EpoR upon binding to Epo (b). EpoR erythropoietin receptor, Ep...||1|
|09:52, 5 May 2016||Lifecycle of a RBC.jpg (file)||244 KB||Lifecycle of a RBC. Spends around 120days in circulation before it enters the spleen for degradation. The haemoglobin group is broken down into heme and globin. Heme is further broken down into bilirubin once the iron group is removed. Iron is carried...||1|
|10:13, 2 April 2016||Erythrocytes of patients with Parkinson's disease.jpg (file)||173 KB||==Erythrocytes of Parkinson's disease Patients== Erythrocytes of Parkinson's disease patients prepared from whole blood smears. Serum ferritin levels: (A) 80 ng.mL‐1 (B) 194 ng.mL‐1 (C) 90 ng.mL‐1 (D) 90 ng.mL−1 (E) 145 ng.mL‐1 (F) 358 ng.mL...||1|
|10:10, 2 April 2016||Aging-06-788-g006.jpg (file)||173 KB||Reverted to version as of 00:01, 2 April 2016||3|
|18:57, 22 March 2016||Mapping of pre-synaptic structures in the fly motion detection circuits.jpg (file)||187 KB||==Dissecting a Motion Detection Circuitry in the Fly Brain== Fluorescence imaging of the fly brain. This image shows optical sections of the optic lobes from the bsh-Gal4 UAS-CD8GFP fly, and imaged with a glycerol immersion objective lens. The various...||1|
|08:07, 13 March 2016||Domain interface of GLIC and ELIC.png (file)||5.09 MB||Domain Interface of pLGICs. http://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.1002393 Signal Transduction at the Domain Interface of Prokaryotic Pentameric Ligand-Gated Ion Channels||1|