Whole genome sequencing (WGS) consists of a laboratory technique that includes sequencing of the whole genome, enabling researchers to determine an organism's entire DNA sequence.
Chemical-biological method to upcycle plastic waste into pharmacologically useful products
Phosphorous "loading" after a storm sparks algae explosions
Discovery provides insights into how invertebrates have evolved complex nervous systems
Deubiquitinating enzymes vital for endosomal transport identified
Extreme drought-induced change might have strong positive legacy effects
Study unravels a novel function of the gene scissors
How Important are Host-Specific Genes to Immune responses?
How Safe is Gene Therapy?
A Guide to Understanding Multicellularity
In this interview, we speak to Samantha Maragh, the leader of the genome editing program at NIST, about the genome editing vocabulary and what this means for researchers worldwide.
Dr. Anneline Pinson and Prof. Dr. Wieland B. Huttner
AZoLifesciences speaks to Dr. Anneline Pinson and Prof. Dr. Wieland B. Huttner from The Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics about their latest research which found a greater neuron production in the frontal lobe during brain development in modern humans than Neandertals, due to the change of a single amino acid in the protein TKTL1.
Until recently, cells were typically counted on a reusable quartz hemocytometer. With the advent of automated cell counters 12-15 years ago, disposable slides became widespread.
From Rain to Sun; How Weather Monitoring Helps Agriculture
Current Challenges in Mass Spectrometry Instruments