London: Researchers at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory have developed a new mobile phone application that will help track how infectious diseases like flu are spread.
The research team, which included Bertrand Coste and Jayanti Mathur, also of the Patapoutian lab, found that STIM1 could be activated by heat with a high degree of temperature sensitivity. Both STIM1 and a plasma membrane pore-forming protein known as Orai1 have recently been identified as essential components of the so-called the calcium release activated calcium (CRAC) channel. But STIM1 had not been known to be heat sensitive until this research, according to Xiao. The study has been detailed in Nature Chemical Biology. ANI
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