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Mouse artificial 'embryo' created from stem cells - BioNews

The researchers had previously worked on a simpler structure of a mouse embryo consisting of two types of stem cells and a 3D jelly scaffold. In the new study – published in Nature Cell Biology – they used all three types of stem cells: embryonic stem ...

ale scientists probe “magical” royal jelly for possible clues to control cancer - Yale News

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But it is expected to act through the epidermal growth factor (or EGF) receptor – the main pathway targeted by cancer therapeutics today,” explained Daryl Klein, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology at Yale School of Medicine. Klein's lab studies cell ...

Hawaiian Squid Uses Jelly and Bacteria to Keep Eggs Safe, New Research Shows - Newsweek

Spencer Nyholm, associate professor in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of Connecticut, told Newsweek he asked the question, “What are the roles of these bacteria, and could they actually be protecting these squid eggs?”.

Jelly Fungus

San Francisco - United States

These fungi are so named because their fruiting body appears to be the consistency of jelly. They are found in the orders Tremellales, Auriculariales, and Dacrymycetales.

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Auricularia auricula-judae (Jelly Ear, Jew's Ear or Judas's Ear Fungus)
United States

Many photographs of this species growing on dead elder, including microscopic images of the hymenial elements.

Jelly Fungi
United States

Information and photographs of jelly fungi from the three orders Tremellales, Auriculariales and Dacrymycetales.

United States

Exercise from Invertebrate Anatomy OnLine covering the systematics, external and internal anatomy and life history of this jellyfish.

Agaricomycotina: Jelly Fungi, Yeasts, and Mushrooms
United States

Information from the Tree of Life Web Project on this clade of the Basidiomycota including characteristics and a discussion of their phylogenetic relationships.

United States

An illustrated article from Wikipedia on this Kingdom which covers organisms as diverse as mushrooms, bakers yeast, wood decay fungi and penicillium.

Doctor Fungus
United States

Doctor Fungus, your on-line reference to all things mycological!! The website is owned by the DoctorFungus Corporation and is dedicated to timely dissemination of information about fungal infections via the world-wide web. DoctorFungus gratefully acknowledges the funding for this project that it has received from its pharmaceutical Sponsors. Dr. Fungus is an independent Web site dedicated to providing a wide range of scholarly peer-reviewed conte

Coral Fungus
United States

Photograph and information from Wikipedia on this family of fungi, members of which often resemble corals or antlers.

United States

Information on fungi in the genus Sphaerobolus which can appear in houses, with photographs of the symptoms and possible ways of dealing with the problem.

Coral fungus
United States

Photograph of Ramaria stricta and information from Wikipedia on this family of Coral Fungi which consists of seven genera.

Mushroom and Fungus Photography
United States

Photographs of over 200 mushroom and fungus species from California and Florida.