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ISSN: 2075-8251 (English edition), 2075-8243 (Russian edition)
Acta Naturae. 2017. V. 9. № 1 (32)
  • S. V. Kulemzin, V. V. Kuznetsova, M. Mamonkin, A. V. Taranin, А. A. Gorchakov

    Engineering Chimeric Antigen Receptors
  • J. A. Bespyatykh, E. A. Shitikov, E. N. Ilina

    Proteomics for the Investigation of Mycobacteria
  • A. M. Petrov, M. R. Kasimov, A. L. Zefirov

    Cholesterol in the Pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s Diseases and Autism: Link to Synaptic Dysfunction
  • I. V. Balalaeva, E. A. Sokolova, A. D. Puzhikhina, A. A. Brilkina, S. M. Deyev

    Spheroids of HER2-Positive Breast Adenocarcinoma for Studying Anticancer Immunotoxins In Vitro
  • S.M. Baldin, N.M. Misiura, V.K. Švedas

    Building a Full-Atom Model of L,Dtranspeptidase 2 from Mycobacterium tuberculosis for Screening New Inhibitors
  • N. S. Bondarenko, A. N. Shneiderman, A. A. Guseva, B. A. Umarova

    Prolyl-glycyl-proline (PGP) Peptide Prevents an Increase in Vascular Permeability in Inflammation
  • T.S. Gerashchenko, M.V. Zavyalova, E.V. Denisov, N.V. Krakhmal, D.N. Pautova, N.V. Litviakov, S.V. Vtorushin, N.V. Cherdyntseva, V.M. Perelmuter

    Intratumoral Morphological Heterogeneity of Breast Cancer as an Indicator of the Metastatic Potential and Tumor Chemosensitivity
  • E. S. Philonenko, M. V. Shutova, Е. А. Khomyakova, Е. М. Vassina, О. S. Lebedeva, S. L. Kiselev, М. А. Lagarkova

    Differentiation of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells into Mesodermal and Ectodermal Derivatives Is Independent of the Type of Isogenic Reprogrammed Somatic Cells
  • E.A. Tsvetkov, N.N. Potatieva, K.V. Bolshakov

    Voltage-Dependent Interaction of Capsaicine and Protons on TRPV1- Receptors
  • O.V. Chertkov, G.A. Armeev, I.V. Uporov, S.A. Legotsky, N.N. Sykilinda, A.K. Shaytan, N.L. Klyachko, and K.A. Miroshnikov

    Dual Active Site in the Endolytic Transglycosylase gp144 of Bacteriophage phiKZ
  • D. A. Yakovlev, A. A. Kuznetsova, O. S. Fedorova and N. A. Kuznetsov

    Search for Modified DNA Sites with the Human Methyl-CpG-Binding Enzyme MBD4
  • L. S. Melnikova, Е. A. Pomerantseva, V.V. Molodina, P. G. Georgiev

    Mapping the D.melanogaster En1A Enhancer Modules Responsible for Transcription Activation and Long- Distance Enhancer-Promoter Interactions
  • E.A. Novoselova, O.B. Riabova, I.A. Leneva, V.G. Nesterenko, R.N. Bolgarin, V.A. Makarov

    Antiretroviral Activity Of a Novel Pyrimidyl-Di(Diazaspiroalkane) Derivative


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Acta Naturae is a new international journal on life sciences based in Moscow, Russia. Our goal is to present scientific work and discovery in molecular biology, biochemistry, biomedical disciplines and biotechnology. These fields represent the most important priorities for the research and engineering development both in Russia and worldwide. Acta Naturae is also a periodical for those who are curious in various aspects of biotechnological business, innovations in pharmaceutical areas, intellectual property protection and social consequences of scientific progress. The journal will publish analytical industrial surveys focused on the development of different spheres of modern life science and technology.

Being a radically new and totally unique publication in Russia, Acta Naturae will be useful to both representatives of fundamental research and experts in applied sciences.

The editorial council and editorial board include prominent scientists from Russia and abroad: Anatoly Grigoriev, vice-president of Russian Academy of sciences, Alexander Gabibov, Sergey Kochetkov, Patrick Masson, Alan Friboulet, Alfonso Tramontano, Knud Nierhaus.

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