Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB)
The mosquito-borne virus dodges immune clearance by cloaking itself in disarmed antibodies.
A new biomarker in liver tumor may help doctors predict how patients respond to immunotherapy.
New insights into the tumor microenvironment may help researchers stop the growth and spread of cancer to other parts of the body.
A genetic cause for anencephaly, a common neural tube defect found in developing fetuses, has been identified for the first time.
Researchers now have the tools to analyze the unique metabolic protein signatures of diverse immune cell subpopulations in different states of activation.
A novel genomic biomarker may help to meet the demand for donor mesenchymal stem cells in regenerative medicine.
The structure of collagen fibers may play a key role in the spread of breast cancer, with implications for clinical prognosis and treatment.
Flower-like ‘rosettes’ may help malaria parasites evade the body’s immune defences.
Keratin, a tough and insoluble fibrous protein, plays a surprising role in determining mouse embryonic cell fate.
By selectively switching on neurons with light, scientists can piece together crucial events in Alzheimer’s disease progression.
Three A*STAR scholars—Sarah Luo, Caroline Wee, and Kaicheng Liang—have been selected for the highly competitive National Research Foundation Fellowship out of over 134 applicants worldwide.
From genomics to gene editing and cancer research, the A*STAR winners of the 2020 President’s Science and Technology Awards and Young Scientist Awards are blazing the trail in biological research.