Biologists discover how biological cl...

Biologists discover how biological clock controls cell division in bacteria

There are 1 comment on the EurekAlert! story from Feb 18, 2010, titled Biologists discover how biological clock controls cell division in bacteria. In it, EurekAlert! reports that:

Circadian clock protein KaiC, at the center of the clock, controls the timing of cell division in bacterial colonies around the clock's periphery.

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#1 Apr 8, 2010
mitosis is governed by spri-y genes and anotomical metabolic rate hereditory prolapse genes yet to be investigated; fact; uk research findings;

Evidence for a Deep Pore Activation Gate in Small Conductance Ca2+-activated K+ Channels low energy photons are emitted by all atoms and play a significant roll in biological cells especially pore gates; as well as all nano technology example; solar cells; and nano level electrical photon charge conduction; example titanium oxide;
note; when calcium ions coagulate their electrical conductivity is lost causing pore gates to be blocked this is the cause of many diseases such as parkinsons alzheimers and motor neurone disease etc

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