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BioMolecular Concepts Volume 4, Issue 4

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Human neuronal cells: epigenetic aspects
Kukucka, Jessica / Wyllie, Tessa / Read, Justin / Mahoney, Lauren / Suphioglu, CenkPage 319
Endothelin systems in the brain: involvement in pathophysiological responses of damaged nerve tissues
Koyama, YutakaPage 335
The molecular biology of selenocysteine
Gonzalez-Flores, Jonathan N. / Shetty, Sumangala P. / Dubey, Aditi / Copeland, Paul R.Page 349
MicroRNA biogenesis and variability
García-López, Jesús / Brieño-Enríquez, Miguel A. / del Mazo, JesúsPage 367
Progress in mitochondrial epigenetics
Manev, Hari / Dzitoyeva, SvetlanaPage 381
Raf kinases in signal transduction and interaction with translation machinery
Migliaccio, Nunzia / Sanges, Carmen / Ruggiero, Immacolata / Martucci, Nicola M. / Rippa, Emilia / Arcari, Paolo / Lamberti, AnnalisaPage 391
Deoxyadenosine family: improved synthesis, DNA damage and repair, analogs as drugs
Biswas, Himadri / Kar, Indrani / Chattopadhyaya, RajagopalPage 401
Long antisense non-coding RNAs and the epigenetic regulation of gene expression
Vadaie, Nadia / Morris, Kevin V.Page 411
New insights into the activation of sterol regulatory element-binding proteins by proteolytic processing
Inoue, Jun / Sato, RyuichiroPage 417
Amyloid-like fibrils labeled with magnetic nanoparticles
Solin, NiclasPage 425

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