Time-lapse imaging reveals how cells get a feel for their environment
The mechanism by which malaria parasites accumulate in the brain and other deep tissues of model mice has been identified
Small molecules that bind one protein inside the test tube may or may not bind the same protein inside the living cell
Chinese hamster ovary and baby hamster kidney cell lines are the best choices for producing therapeutic glycoprotein that stays in the bloodstream longer
A tiny silicon–oxygen-based polyhedron enters cellular nuclei to light them up selectively
The Biomedical Imaging Lab of A*STAR continues to develop world-leading three-dimensional brain atlases to assist clinicians in brain surgery, diagnosis and neuro-anatomical education.