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Cell Biologist Andreas Doncic Dies - The Scientist


The Scientist
Doncic's lab, which he started in 2015, was studying cell division decision-making in budding yeast and was in the process of publishing its first results. “What he found is a mathematical approach to this prediction [of cell fate] with multiple sets ...

Berkeley Lights and TPG Biologics Enter into a Strategic Collaboration for Cell Line Development - PR Newswire (press release)


PR Newswire (press release)
EMERYVILLE, Calif., May 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Berkeley Lights, Inc. (BLI), a leader in digital cell biology, announced today a program with Taipei-based TPG Biologics, Inc. (TPG), a leading cell line development company in Asia, focused on using the ...

Abnormal Cell Responses and Cancer Progression - Technology Networks


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A: I am a cell biologist. Cells are the fundamental unit of life and the differentiated functions of cells underlie all of human physiology. Cells in the human body receive many types of signals that influence their function. For example, growth ...
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Cell Cycle and Mitosis Tutorial

Tucson - United States

Includes images and a QuickTime animation of the process.

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Cell Division: Binary Fission and Mitosis
United States

Offers information on the cell cycle, including prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell division.

Cell Cycle Info
Canada

The cell cycle refers to the events that take place in a cell between its inception and subsequent replication. The cell cycle is composed of 4 distinct phases: G1 phase, S phase, G2 phase, and M phase. Interphase is a collective term that describes the G1, S, and G2 phases. During interphase, the cell is growing and preparing for mitosis (M phase) by accumulating nutrients and replicating DNA. The M phase is composed of 2 coupled processes calle

The Stages of the Cell Cycle
United States

The stages of cell division (G1, S, G2. mitosis) are described and illustrated with an animation of the cell cycle: - G1 and G2 stand for 'gaps'. This refers to the fact that nothing very obvious is occurring in the nucleus of the cells during these stages. The cells are actually very active. They are growing and preparing to divide. - S stands for synthesis. This is the phase of the cell cycle in which the DNA is copied or replicated. - M s

Cell Cycle - Tocris Bioscience
United Kingdom

The cell cycle is the regulatory network that controls the order and timing of cellular proliferation events. It is divided into four stages, G1-S-G2-M. The G1 and G2 stages stands for 'GAP 1' and 'GAP 2' respectively. The S stage stands for 'Synthesis' and is the stage when DNA replication occurs. The M stage stands for 'mitosis', and is when nuclear and cytoplasmic division occurs, halving the genome.

Yeast Cell Cycle Analysis Project
United States

Resource for information on yeast genes regulated over the cell division cycle, from Stanford University, California.

Landes Bioscience Journals: Cell Cycle
United States

Cell Cycle covers all topics from man to virus, from DNA to RNA, from aging to development, from cell senescence to stem cells, from apoptosis to autophagy, from cancer to neurobiology, from molecular and theoretical biology to medicine and therapy. Cell Cycle utilizes an online submission and tracking system designed to provide efficient service to authors. Through the online system, author files are automatically converted to PDFs, submissions

Mitosis
United States

Explains the various steps in the process of cell division and multiplication.

Mitosis World
United States

Includes numerous movies as well as links to researchers and journals.

Introduction to Mitosis
United States

Offers a pictorial tour of the process of cell division.

Poems of Mitosis & Meiosis
United States

Mitosis doesn't do a lot of work than meiosis, But it's a special factor that Biologist can't even resist. The process is dived into four general stages. A process that will last for the ages. The four general stages are considered phases, Involving prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase. The Mitosis process begins with interphase, This is when cell divisions are growing in such a rapid pace. This is the place where everything starts, A sim