Ep 49: Mighty Mitochondria and Malignant Microglia (Dräger et al., 2022; Geßner et al., 2022)

Bad analogies, awkward singing, and strange voices? It must be a Tom episode! Tom joins Amielle for a lot of silliness, doorbell ringing, and cetaceans. When they aren’t insulting their own mothers, Tom and Amielle manage to talk about two new research papers. Tom gets into a methods paper where researchers make some microglia. Then Amielle dives into a paper all about how seals and whales survive without oxygen during long underwater dives. Also, “You Ask a Mouse a Cookie.”

    • Around 10:55 min – A CRISPRi/a platform in human iPSC-derived microglia uncovers regulators of disease states, Dräger et al., (2022)
    • Around 26 min – Transcriptomes Suggest That Pinniped and Cetacean Brains Have a High Capacity for Aerobic Metabolism While Reducing Energy-Intensive Processes Such as Synaptic Transmission Geßner et al., (2022)

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