Flavonoid Thiol Toxicity: What’s in a Group?
Antioxidants are a direct consequence of the highly oxidizing environment (21% atmospheric dioxygen) in which we live on the third rock from the sun. The switch from anaerobic to aerobic metabolism during the evolution of the majority of organisms on this planet not only resulted in a more efficient liberation of energy from glucose (~30 […]More Info
The Proteasome Activator PA28γ and P53: It Takes Two to Tango, but Which One Takes the Lead?
The phosphoprotein p53 was trivially named after the apparent molecular mass it runs on SDS-PAGE, i.e., 53-kilodalton (kDa). Ever since its discovery in 1979 by several groups simultaneously, this extraordinary protein has captured the imagination of life scientists. p53 is likely the most extensively studied protein in cell biological research. To underscore its importance, p53 […]More Info
Conference Exhibitions and Sponsorships in 2014
MDPI journals and staff will be present and/or sponsor several academic events in 2014. Here is a current selection (we will update this list from time to time to include more). If you are organizing a conference related to a topic covered by one of our journals, please suggest your event for our consideration at […]More Info
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