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Cliff Brangwynne Part 1: Liquid Phase Separation in Living Cells

How do the tiny, crowded, constantly moving molecules inside of cells come together to form functional structures such as organelles? Dr. Cliff Brangwynne explains that many of the organelles we are familiar with, such as the nucleus and the Golgi apparatus, are membrane bound. However, some organelles, such as P granules and nuclear bodies, are...

34 MINAPR 5
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Cliff Brangwynne Part 1: Liquid Phase Separation in Living Cells

David M. Sabatini Part 1: mTOR and the Regulation of Growth

Growth can be defined as the increase in the size of a cell or organism, due to a gain in mass caused by nutrient uptake and assimilation. Surprisingly, how growth is regulated was not well understood until quite recently.

34 MINAPR 5
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David M. Sabatini Part 1: mTOR and the Regulation of Growth

David M. Sabatini Part 2: Regulation of mTORC1 by Nutrients

Sabatini explains that mTORC1 responds to many different upstream signals including a variety of growth factors, nutrients, and types of stress.

30 MINAPR 5
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David M. Sabatini Part 2: Regulation of mTORC1 by Nutrients
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Latest Episodes

Cliff Brangwynne Part 1: Liquid Phase Separation in Living Cells

How do the tiny, crowded, constantly moving molecules inside of cells come together to form functional structures such as organelles? Dr. Cliff Brangwynne explains that many of the organelles we are familiar with, such as the nucleus and the Golgi apparatus, are membrane bound. However, some organelles, such as P granules and nuclear bodies, are...

34 MINAPR 5
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Cliff Brangwynne Part 1: Liquid Phase Separation in Living Cells

David M. Sabatini Part 1: mTOR and the Regulation of Growth

Growth can be defined as the increase in the size of a cell or organism, due to a gain in mass caused by nutrient uptake and assimilation. Surprisingly, how growth is regulated was not well understood until quite recently.

34 MINAPR 5
Comments
David M. Sabatini Part 1: mTOR and the Regulation of Growth

David M. Sabatini Part 2: Regulation of mTORC1 by Nutrients

Sabatini explains that mTORC1 responds to many different upstream signals including a variety of growth factors, nutrients, and types of stress.

30 MINAPR 5
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David M. Sabatini Part 2: Regulation of mTORC1 by Nutrients
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