| ||October 30, 2019|| |
| ||Cell Biology|| |
| ||The latest cell & molecular biology news from News Medical|| |
| ||Human Cell Models of the Developing Cortex|
Research into the mechanisms of early brain development, especially that of the cortex, is important in aiding our understanding of how the brain develops so that we can also understand how neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric disorders occur.
| ||Cell death 'blocker' could speed recovery and save lives|
Scientists in Australia have shown that they can successfully stop the process of cell death through the use of a revolutionary new compound. This innovation carries huge implications that are likely to change the face of the future of healthcare, most notably, scientists believe they can develop this work to increase patient’s chances of survival following acute injury.
| ||Researchers obtain 3D structural snapshots of key regulator of cell biology|
Some of the greatest insights into cancer and how to treat it come when basic scientists and cancer biologists and clinicians collaborate. Such a collaborative team at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) recently reported in Nature Communications that they had obtained 3D structural snapshots of the enzyme Cdc34, a key regulator of cell biology and a target for cancer therapeutics.
| ||New Penn Medicine study unravels the early makings of an exhausted T cell|
The immune system struggles to defeat cancer or chronic infections because many of the T cells that leap into action end up "exhausted," rendering them ineffective against disease. That path to exhaustion and what triggers it is a crucial one that researchers aim to better understand so they can stop or divert more T cells from heading down this path.
| ||New liquid-cell technology provides first 3D view of life’s processes|
A new liquid-cell technology allows scientists to see biological materials and systems in three dimensions under an electron microscope (EM), according to researchers at Penn State, Virginia Tech and Protochips Inc.
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