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While it might not feel like it, the cells in our body are under constant stress. Cellular exposure to stress such as UV radiation contributes to DNA lesions that the cell responds to by initiating DNA repair pathways. If these lesions are not dealt with, mutations...
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–Cells are highly complex and organized entities which are composed of various biological events. Real-time live-cell imaging is important for understanding these physiological processes. However, many existing fluorescent probes are unsuitable for these purposes due...
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Unlike all other cells in the body, which age and eventually die, a female’s oocytes can give rise to a new individual. Oocytes have, in a sense, achieved immortality. In order to reach this exalted state, each oocyte undergoes a complex program of differentiation within the ovary before it is ovulated and fertilized.
Indium oxide-functionalized magnetic nanoparticles were synthesized and used as solid phase extraction adsorbent on a chip, held with the help of an external magnetic field.
Magnetogenetics is a promising approach manipulating cellular functions in tissues and organisms with high spatial and temporal resolution.
The current tools available to predict RNA splicing effects are explored in a recent review.
Two new, Special Sections dedicated to imaging technologies.
PER protein levels oscillate over a 24-hour cycle, in synchrony with the circadian rhythm.
Regnase-1 is critical for the degradation of mRNAs involved in immune responses as well as other various biological processes.