Researchers at A*STAR have combined two superresolution microscopy techniques to observe structural protein dynamics inside cells.
Cancer cells evade Taxol-induced cell death by downregulating the expression of a protein known as BimEL.
By triggering the Wnt signaling pathway, A*STAR scientists were able to reactivate proliferation in mature human heart muscle cells.
Microfluidic device allows for precise control of growth factor gradients, mimicking natural spinal cord development in vitro.
atlas of immune cells shows unexpected complexity, but could ultimately offer
valuable clinical insights
A strategy for efficiently converting stem cells to neurons offers a potent neurological research tool
Insights into how external mechanical
forces affect stem cell behavior could advance regenerative medicine efforts
A deadly bacterium uses cellular proteins as bait to sabotage a pathway that enables immune response
Fluorescent tagging enables scientists to monitor neural stem cells that might help repair neurological damage
A fluorescent probe for labeling mitochondria helps scientists study fat-burning brown adipose tissue
A newly discovered early-warning system triggers cellular suicide when a critical RNA editing system breaks down