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Indianapolis Anatomy Education PhD 22h
Congratulations to for winning the 's Department of & McAteer Service Award!
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Xtalks Medical Device 20m
A new method for engineering living materials called ‘MeniFluidics’, made by researchers at the could see a transformation in tissue engineering and bio-art, as well as new ways to research cellular interactions.
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MCP 1h
"Characterization of Prenylated C-terminal Peptides Using a Thiopropyl-based Capture Technique and LC-MS/MS" –
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Journal of Clinical Investigation Jun 5
PD-1 blockade inhibits osteoclast formation and murine bone cancer pain:
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Dylan Burnette May 30
The DNA in a dividing cancer cell. It has a normal “looking” metaphase plate but still ends up creating 3 nuclei; or so it seems in the maximum projection (left). It is a different story if looking at the 3-D color projection (right).
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Research Square Jun 5
Happy ! When predicting how cells behave in the human body, 2D can fall flat. Cell research is thus expanding into the 3rd dimension. What does a 3D approach to cell biology offer? Read more here:
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A. Martinez Arias 15h
Indeed and a very good reminder that organoids is not (only) a way to make representations of tissues but a new model system form tissue level
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Samaj Lab Jun 5
Cutting edge super-resolution (PALM, SMLM, SIM, TIRF-SIM and Airyscan CLSM) in living plant cells. With great help of using TIRF-SIM microscope from Mats Gustafsson.
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kosheeka Jun 4
4 Days to go Register Now for 2-Day Certificate Course in Cell Biology Only few seats are left, Hurry! Visit now Contact us info@kosheeka.com +919654321400
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Research in Germany 15h
Look at this open position in and offered at
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Journal of Biological Chemistry Jun 3
Paper in Press: "Hypoxia Drives the Assembly of the Multi-Enzyme Purinosome Complex" – 
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Life Science Jobs Jun 5
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studentdrshree Jun 5
Posted a video on N-acetylation for students
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Life Science Jobs Jun 5
position in and Group on “Developing and applying new cellular delivery technologies” (Prof. Dr. Cristina Cardoso, Department of ).
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JaulinLab 8h
Also, an open Engineer position in microscopy and image analysis applied to cell biology!
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The Plant Cell Jun 4
Recognizing Plant Cell authors: Sabine Brumm , first author of Coordinated Activation of ARF1 GTPases by ARF-GEF GNOM Dimers Is Essential for Vesicle Trafficking in Arabidopsis
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UTexasICMB Jun 5
Check out these stunning images from the work of grad students, Janani & Mia! Faculty & students selected these as the winning submissions during the Research Retreat Image Competition.
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Essen BioScience Jun 4
Visit this blog ( ) and watch the video to learn how Humane Genomics is utilizing Incucyte® Live-Cell analysis in their COVID-19 vaccine research.
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Jun 2
Just published in - Developments in marine invertebrate primary culture reveal novel cell morphologies in the model bivalve Crassostrea gigas
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Aboyne Academy Science Faculty Jun 4
A new task for has been added to and this morning. Here is the headline information:
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