Image of the Day: Unusual ATP Synthase
Image of the Day: Unusual ATP Synthase
A single-celled organism has an energy-producing enzyme with unique features.
Image of the Day: Unusual ATP Synthase
Image of the Day: Unusual ATP Synthase

A single-celled organism has an energy-producing enzyme with unique features.

A single-celled organism has an energy-producing enzyme with unique features.

ATP
<em>The Scientist&nbsp;</em>Speaks Ep. 16 - At the Breaking Point: Mitochondrial Deletions and the Brain
The Scientist Speaks Ep. 16 - At the Breaking Point: Mitochondrial Deletions and the Brain
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Mar 31, 2021
Researchers characterize large mitochondrial deletions to understand their implications in neurological disorders.
Old Age Has Links to Redox Stress in Muscles
Old Age Has Links to Redox Stress in Muscles
Sukanya Charuchandra | Sep 1, 2018
Even if people exercise, hydrogen peroxide and other reactive molecules continue to accumulate in the tissues.
Infographic: The Role of Circadian Clocks in Muscle
Infographic: The Role of Circadian Clocks in Muscle
Diana Kwon | Sep 1, 2018
Timekeepers in muscle help mediate metabolism, and may influence neurological processes such as sleep.
Nobel-Winning Biochemist Paul Boyer Dies
Nobel-Winning Biochemist Paul Boyer Dies
Shawna Williams | Jun 7, 2018
The UCLA researcher was lauded for figuring out how ATP synthase works.
Fish Smell ATP to Find Food
Fish Smell ATP to Find Food
Sandhya Sekar | Sep 1, 2017
Sensory neurons in the tip of the zebrafish nose respond to molecular signals released from food sources.
Fuel Gauge
Fuel Gauge
Anna Azvolinsky | May 1, 2014
An optical reporter quantitatively measures the ATP demands of presynaptic neurons.
Elusive Receptor ID’d
Elusive Receptor ID’d
Kerry Grens | Apr 1, 2014
Scientists identify an extracellular ATP receptor in plants.
Flexible Cells
Flexible Cells
Kate Yandell | Sep 1, 2013
When stretched, lung cells signal to each other by releasing ATP.
Puncturing the Myth
Geoffrey Burnstock | Sep 1, 2011
Purinergic signaling, not mystical energy, may explain how acupuncture works.