Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, October 3rd, 2006
According to recent research from Belgium, "Elucidation of the molecular mechanism leading to biomembrane fusion is a challenging issue in current biomedical research in view of its involvement in controlling cellular functions and in mediating various important diseases.
"According to the generally admitted stalk mechanism described for membrane fusion, negatively curved lipids may play a central role during the early steps of the process."
"In this study," said K. Elkirat and colleagues at the Faculte Universitaire...
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