Apratim Sahay

Apratim Sahay
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | MIT · Department of Physics

Doctor of Philosophy

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Audio of the presentation "US Grandstrategy in the Planetary Impasse," delivered at the Global GND Conference at Johns Hopkins in October 2019.
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Audio of presentation delivered by Anusar Farooqui at the Global GND Workshop at Johns Hopkins on Oct 29, 2019.
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Social Democracy is the only historical actor that can attempt to forge a Green World Order. The key challenge for a social democratic administration attempting to solve the planetary impassee will be creating a moral economy of discipline that can be reproduced over the long run.
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MicroRNAs (miRNAs) repress the expression of many genes in metazoans by accelerating messenger RNA degradation and inhibiting translation, thereby reducing the level of protein. However, miRNAs only slightly reduce the mean expression of most targeted proteins, leading to speculation about their role in the variability, or noise, of protein express...
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The observation that microRNAs (miRNAs), through a titration mechanism can couple interactions of their common targets (competing endogenous RNAs or ceRNAs) has prompted a general "ceRNA hypothesis" that RNAs can regulate each other indirectly through global RNA-miRNA-RNA networks. These ceRNAs are said to "crosstalk" with each other by competing f...
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MicroRNAs regulate a large number of genes in metazoan organisms by accelerating mRNA degradation and inhibiting translation. Although the physiological function of some microRNAs is known in detail, it is not clear why microRNA regulation is so ubiquitous and conserved, since individual microRNAs only weakly repress the vast majority of their targ...

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