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How the Body’s Trillions of Clocks Keep Time

How the Bodys Trillions of Clocks Keep Time - Cellular clocks are almost everywhere. Clues to how they work are coming from the places that theyre not. The post How the Bodys Trillions of Clocks Keep Time appeared first on WIRED.

A new microscopy technique called nonlinear SIM gives a better look at how the cell’s internal scaffolding, or cytoskeleton, changes over time. Shown is a still image from a video of cytoskeletal proteins in a mouse embryonic fibroblast cell.  ~~ D. Li et al/Science 2015

New microscope techniques give deepest view yet of living cells

Shown is a still image from a video of cytoskeletal proteins in a mouse embryonic fibroblast cell using new microscopy technique nonlinear SIM.

A highly ambitious collaborative project to map all the cells in the human body is officially underway

The Human Cell Atlas: from vision to reality : Nature News & Comment

In 2011, people playing Foldit, an online puzzle game about protein folding, resolved the structure of an enzyme that causes an Aids-like disease in monkeys. Researchers had been working on the problem for 13 years. The gamers solved it in 3 weeks.

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Personalized Cancer Vaccines Vanquish Melanoma in Small Study. The therapy trains the immune system to attack tumors

Personalized Cancer Vaccines Vanquish Melanoma in Small Study. The therapy trains the immune system to attack tumors

Personalized Medicine translates recent genomic, genetic and proteomic advances into the clinical context. The journal provides an integrated forum for all players involved – academic and clinical researchers, pharmaceutical companies, regulatory authorities, healthcare management organizations, patient organizations and others in the healthcare community.  #personalizedmedicine

Personalized Medicine translates recent genomic, genetic and proteomic advances into the clinical context. The journal provides an integrated forum for all players involved – academic and clinical researchers, pharmaceutical companies, regulatory authorities, healthcare management organizations, patient organizations and others in the healthcare community. #personalizedmedicine

Breakthrough discovery reveals life on Earth existed 3.5 billion years ago.

Ancient fossil microorganisms indicate that life in the universe is common

Scientists developed new technology for the diagnosis of cancer cells

Scientists developed new technology for the diagnosis of cancer cells

An 8-year-old's bacteria-filled handprint is the coolest thing I've seen all week. Directions on how to do this with your kiddos

An 8-year-old's bacteria-filled handprint is the coolest thing I've seen all week.

The photo above from the American Society of Microbiology caused a mix of reactions on social and other media a few weeks ago. Tasha Sturm, a microbiology lab technician at Cabrillo College, had he…

We comprise just a tiny part of the universe

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'Large-Scale Motion' Was Just Detected Around the San Andreas Fault

'Large-Scale Motion' Was Just Detected Around the San Andreas Fault

Researchers have discovered "large-scale motion" near the San Andreas Fault system.

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Sleuthing sheds light on STAP cell fiasco

Sleuthing sheds light on STAP cell fiasco

Scientists sound alarm over DNA editing of human embryos. Experts call for halt in research to work out safety and ethics issues. The gene-editing technique CRISPR uses an enzyme (white) and RNA guides (blue) to cut DNA at a point specified by a DNA fragment (red).  : Nature News & Comment

te muestra: Scientists sound alarm over DNA editing of human embryos. The gene-editing technique CRISPR uses an enzyme (white) and RNA guides (blue) to cut DNA at a point specified by a DNA fragment (red).

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