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Monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitory effects of candidate MAO inhibitors found in cigarette smoke.
There is strong evidence that tobacco smoke inhibits both MAO A and MAO B isoforms in the body. However, which components of cigarette smoke are responsible for MAO inhibition is not clear yet. Our group has identified six ...
Incorporating te ao Māori into organisational business strategy and policy development
A genetic approach to identify amino acids in Gcn1 required for Gcn2 activation
The General Amino Acid Control stress signalling pathway allows cells to sense and overcome starvation. One of the major players in this pathway is the protein kinase Gcn2 found in all eukaryotic cells. Activation of Gcn2 ...