Dr. Sydney Brenner, the visionary molecular biologist and Nobel laureate who turned a humble soil worm into one of the most-studied organisms in biology, passed away on April 5, 2019 in Singapore. He was 92.
A*STAR researchers have uncovered the sequence of genetic events behind the development of motile cilia in airways.
A new book spans 14 billion years of evolution and explores humanity’s place in time.
Molecular dissection of bile duct cancer reveals subtypes with different origins and varying potential treatments
rare genetic mutation associated with a developmental disorder could be a treatment
target for related conditions in adults
discover a master regulator of nose development
Genetic malfunction causes
hyperactive inflammation and cancer susceptibility
A gene mutation that makes the body turn life-saving immune cells into a rare and dangerous cancer has been identified for the first time
Fusion of two genes that regulate cellular adhesion increases risk of gastric cancer
Refinement of an algorithm for determining genetic ancestry could help identify genetic factors in disease
The genetic signatures of gastric cancer cell lines reveal disease subtypes with different drug sensitivities