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Periodic audiocasts from Science Signaling, the leading journal of regulatory biology and cell signaling in physiology and disease

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Periodic audiocasts from Science Signaling, the leading journal of regulatory biology and cell signaling in physiology and disease

    Science Signaling Podcast for 25 July 2017: Natriuretic peptide signaling in metabolism

    Science Signaling Podcast for 25 July 2017: Natriuretic peptide signaling in metabolism

    Sheila Collins explains that natriuretic peptides protect mice from the metabolic consequences of a high-fat diet by acting on adipose tissue.

    • 10 min
    Science Signaling Podcast for 6 June 2017: Calcium signaling and dry mouth

    Science Signaling Podcast for 6 June 2017: Calcium signaling and dry mouth

    Indu Ambudkar explains why radiation therapy for head and neck cancers causes dry mouth.

    • 11 min
    Science Signaling Podcast for 16 May 2017: Vibrio rewires host cells

    Science Signaling Podcast for 16 May 2017: Vibrio rewires host cells

    Nicole De Nisco and Kim Orth explain that the type 3 secretion system 1 of Vibrio parahaemolyticus initially rewires host cell signaling networks to promote cell survival then later kills the host cell.

    • 9 min
    Science Signaling Podcast for 9 May 2017: Trafficking of BK channel subunits in arterial myocytes

    Science Signaling Podcast for 9 May 2017: Trafficking of BK channel subunits in arterial myocytes

    Jonathan Jaggar explains how trafficking of regulatory subunits fine-tunes the activity of BK channels in arterial myocytes to limit vasoconstriction.

    • 10 min
    Science Signaling Podcast for 14 March 2017: The Cancer Moonshot

    Science Signaling Podcast for 14 March 2017: The Cancer Moonshot

    Science Signaling Chief Scientific Editor Michael Yaffe highlights some of the ways that signaling research can contribute to the Cancer Moonshot.

    • 15 min
    Science Signaling Podcast for 28 February 2017: Balancing autophagy in the stressed heart

    Science Signaling Podcast for 28 February 2017: Balancing autophagy in the stressed heart

    Saumya Das explains how the protein DDiT4L protects the heart from pathological hypertrophy.

    • 13 min

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