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Nanoplastics Cause Genetic, Physiological Damage in Mussels - Laboratory Equipment


Laboratory Equipment
A research team from the Universitat Autonoma De Barcelona Department of Cell Biology, Physiology and Immunology, the University of Aveiro and the Centro Interdisciplinar de Investigação Marinha e Ambiental, observed how some of these nanoplastics, ...

LANL researching algae to convert to affordable fuel - Santa Fe New Mexican


Santa Fe New Mexican
Molecular biologist Amanda Barry and a team at Los Alamos National Laboratory's Bio-energy and Biome Sciences group are trying to determine whether one particular strain of algae can be produced at low cost and in short periods of time so that it could ...

New system can identify drugs to target 'undruggable' enzymes critical in many diseases - Science Daily


Science Daily
Scientists from the Medical Research Council (MRC) Laboratory of Molecular Biology, in Cambridge, UK, demonstrated the capabilities of the new system by identifying a molecule that could successfully target a phosphatase to reduce the accumulation of ...

Cohen Laboratory

Singapore

Research laboratory at the Temasek Life Sciences Laboratories, Singapore using the fruitfly to explore miRNA function in development and disease.

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Herbert Boyer and Stanley Cohen
United States

A short biography of the inventors of the method of cloning genetically engineered molecules in foreign cells.

The Fred Cohen Lab at UCSF
United States

The lab focuses on protein folding problems using mathematical models, high speed computers, computer graphics, and artificial intelligence computer languages.

Laboratory Animals: The International Journal of Laboratory Science and Welfare
United Kingdom

LAL is a registered charity whose aims are to promote education and training in laboratory animal science. We fund a range of initiatives in the field of laboratory animal science including bursaries to attend appropriate training courses, speakers at scientific meetings, financial assistance for workshops the proceedings of FELASA conferences and of course our journal - Laboratory Animals.

Englund Laboratory
United States

Studies on protozoan parasites, primarily African trypanosomes, with focus on kinetoplast DNA and surface proteins. Includes links to publications, collaborators and members at Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, Maryland.

Cochran Laboratory
United States

Projects on growth control of mammalian cells. Includes profiles and contacts for group members at Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts.

United States

People and projects underway in a laboratory focused on the development of new proteomic signatures for leukemia and lymphoma at Boston University School of Medicine, Massachusetts.

Canada

Regulation of translation during apoptosis and other cellular stresses with particular interest in IRES-mediated translation of a subset of mRNAs, at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute, Ottawa, ON.

Misteli Laboratory
United States

Studies the positioning of chromosomes and genes within the nucleus and how their positioning affects gene expression and regulation.

Westhof Laboratory
France

Visualize of the structures adopted by RNA in space by many different technmiques, at the University of Strasbourg, France.

Danzyme Laboratory
Denmark

Offers consulting and laboratory services in purification and characterization of enzymes and enzyme inhibitors as well as development of enzyme assays and spot tests.