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Bep29 – Origin of Eukaryotes and the TCA cycle #2 Antibuddies

In the 2nd part of the Origin of Eukaryotes series, Dara and Jatin sit down with Dr. Dylan G Ryan from University of Cambridge (formerly at Trinity College Dublin) to discuss his 2020 perspective article about the role of TCA cycle in Eukaryogenesis.Check out our memes on Facebook (@antibuddies), Twitter (@antibuddiesP), and Instagram (@AntibuddiesPodcast).Website: Antibuddies – Science Communication & Immunology (Antibuddies.org)Join us on our monthly journal club at our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxyrHotyyY3sSwcp1zigeCwSend us your queries/questions/suggestions at antibuddies1@gmail.com.Article of discussion: TCA cycle signalling and the evolution of eukaryotes (nih.gov) 
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