Genomic Observatories Metadatabase will aid scientists aiming to study the impact of global challenges across life on earth.
Scientists have demonstrated how living cells can be induced to carry out computations in the manner of tiny robots or computers.
The new toxin, Botulinum neurotoxin, has the potential to open a field of toxin therapeutics related to intracellular membrane trafficking and secretion.
A new technique represents an important step forward for single-cell RNA sequencing.
Findings suggest modifying the cell replication cycle could make combo therapies more successful.
Reservoirs of long-term HIV infection mean patients must take daily medication for life, but finding could aid the search for new drugs to clear it entirely
Researchers have identified 16 genetic markers associated with a decreased lifespan, including 14 new to science.
A new method carried out by researchers using data mining, could group similar Alzheimer’s patients for more precise drug trials.
Stretched out, the DNA from all the cells in our body would reach Pluto. So how does each tiny cell pack a two-meter length of DNA into its nucleus?
New 3-D imaging highlights the dynamic and structural interactions of DNA in the nucleus, proving to be a critical missing link in genotype to phenotype.
Initial results reveal more than 760 genetic dependencies across multiple cancers, suggesting opportunities for developing new treatments.
Researchers take a step towards creating a drug that can kill melanoma cancer cells without harming nearby healthy cells.
Children with autism have a tell-tale difference on brain tests compared with other children, researchers from the University of California have discovered.
Damage to cell’s genetic material can trigger inflammation, enabling processes to remove damaged cells and keep tissues healthy.
Engineers have developed a set of hydrogel-based drug delivery materials, which can live in the stomach for nine days, that slowly release medication.