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7.342 Powerhouse Rules: The Role of Mitochondria in Human Diseases (MIT)

The primary role of mitochondria is to produce 90% of a cell's energy in the form of ATP through a process called oxidative... see more
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Author: Dr. Daniel Ferullo
Date Added: Aug 06, 2014 Date Modified: Aug 06, 2014
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7.342 The Biology of Aging: Age-Related Diseases and Interventions (MIT)

Aging involves an intrinsic and progressive decline in function that eventually will affect us all. While everyone is... see more
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Author: Dr. Dudley W. Lamming, Dr. Eric L. Bell
Date Added: Aug 06, 2014 Date Modified: Aug 06, 2014
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7.342 To Divide or Not To Divide: Control of Cell Cycle and Growth by Extracellular Cues (MIT)

Cells, regardless of whether they are in an organ in the human body or a component of a bacterial colony, can sense the... see more
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Author: Dr. Folkert van Werven, Dr. Alexi Goranov
Date Added: Aug 06, 2014 Date Modified: Aug 06, 2014
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7.343 Biological Bases of Learning and Memory (MIT)

How does the brain come to learn whether a stimulus is annoying, rewarding or neutral? How does remembering how to ride a... see more
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Author: Dr. Lauren A. Makuch, Dr. Jaichandar Subramanian
Date Added: Aug 06, 2014 Date Modified: Aug 06, 2014
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7.345 Non-coding RNAs: Junk or Critical Regulators in Health and Disease? (MIT)

Every time we scientists think that we have dissected the precise biological nature of a process, an incidental finding, a... see more
Material Type: Online Course
Author: Dr. Nadya Dimitrova, Dr. Thales Papagiannakopoulos
Date Added: Aug 06, 2014 Date Modified: Aug 06, 2014
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7.345 Survival in Extreme Conditions: The Bacterial Stress Response (MIT)

Bacteria survive in almost all environments on Earth, including some considered extremely harsh. From the steaming hot... see more
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Author: Dr. Celeste Peterson
Date Added: Aug 06, 2014 Date Modified: Aug 06, 2014
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7.345 Using Simple Organisms to Model Human Diseases (MIT)

How do scientists discover the basic biology underlying human diseases? Simple organisms such as baker’s yeast,... see more
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Author: Dr. Katie Harris
Date Added: Aug 06, 2014 Date Modified: Aug 06, 2014
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7.345 Vascular Development in Life, Disease and Cancer Medicine (MIT)

The growth of blood vessels, a process known as angiogenesis, is one of the earliest events in mammalian development and is... see more
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Author: Dr. Alexandra Naba, Dr. Christopher Turner
Date Added: Aug 06, 2014 Date Modified: Aug 06, 2014
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7.346 Cellular Garbage Disposal: Misfolded Proteins in Normal Biology and Human Disease (MIT)

The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) orchestrates different cellular processes by which proteins are synthesized, correctly folded,... see more
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Author: Dr. Sumana Sanyal
Date Added: Aug 06, 2014 Date Modified: Aug 06, 2014
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7.346 DNA Wars: How the Cell Strikes Back to Avoid Disease after Attacks on DNA (MIT)

A never-ending molecular war takes place in the nucleus of your cells, with DNA damage occurring at a rate of over 20,000... see more
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Author: Jennifer Jordan, Zachary Nagel
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