Organoid Research

Cellbubble

Organoid Research It has long been known that cells cultured in two dimensions (2D) are not representative of the in vivo situation as a result of their growth being restricted to a flat surface. This minimises cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions, causing the distinctive phenotype to be lost and the cells to react differently to external … Read moreOrganoid Research

Cambridge researcher receives Nobel Prize for the development of cryo-EM

Cambridge researcher receives Nobel Prize for the development of cryo-EM The Nobel Prize is an international award administered by the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm, Sweden, and is bestowed in recognition of academic, cultural or scientific advances. It is categorised into physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, economic sciences and peace, with each Nobel Prize consisting … Read moreCambridge researcher receives Nobel Prize for the development of cryo-EM

Pivotal Scientific: Industry Insights

Pivotal Scientific: Industry Insights German manufacturer PROGEN has launched a truly novel validation program that utilizes the peptide mapping technology ofits collaborator PEPperPRINT As ever, in this fast moving sector, there’s a lot to consider and think about, and so we’ve looked briefly at just a few things we’ve picked up on. Where people are … Read morePivotal Scientific: Industry Insights

Cytokines

Cytokines Intro – cytokines are, bit of history Cytokines are a large group of cell signalling proteins. The COPE database currently lists over 45,000 entries for cytokines. Each cytokine and its cellular receptors control varying cellular processes depending on the cytokine, the receptor and the specific cell type. In short, they are of vast importance to the … Read moreCytokines

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