Meeting Michael Sailor: the passion for science, the strength of cross-disciplinary research.
Nobel Prize for Medicine winners William Kaelin, Peter Ratcliffe, and Gregg Semenza “uncover a fundamental mechanism of life”.
Applications of Subset Selection Procedures and Bayesian Ranking Methods in Analysis of Traffic Fatality Data
In this article, a new Bayesian model is developed and applied to the traffic fatality data and the results contrasted to those obtained with the subset selection procedures.
Charting the Genotype-Phenotype Map: Lessons From the Drosophila melanogaster Genetic Reference Panel
An advanced review recently published in WIREs Developmental Biology summarizes insights about the genetic basis of variation of quantitative traits from the many GWA analyses of morphological, behavioral, life history and other traits that have been published to date using the DGRP and populations derived from it.
Methods to capture protein-RNA interactions. Different techniques are required to capture single-stranded (green), double-stranded (blue), and indirect (yellow) RNA interactions. Crosses (X) in red mark RNA sites that are crosslinked to the RNA binding protein.
A new review by Lennox et al discuss recent advances in our understanding of post-transcriptional regulation during embryonic cerebral cortex development.
This month’s top Advanced Healthcare Materials papers.
Segmental Arithmetic: Summing Up the Hox Gene Regulatory Network for Hindbrain Development in Chordates
It is important to understand when and how the hindbrain segmentation program evolved. Recent studies have shed some light.
A new journal from the Advanced Materials family covering all aspects of theory and simulation in natural sciences is launching in early 2018.
The diverse roles of chromatin-associated non-coding RNAs.
This week’s Advanced Healthcare Materials covers.
Since 2002, the annual Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences, awarded by the Wiley Foundation, has celebrated research that champions novel approaches and that has challenged the accepted thinking in biomedical sciences.