Signal Transduction is a basic process in molecular cell biology involving the conversion of a signal from outside the cell to a functional change within the cell.
Dr Ken Evans, CEO of the Ontario Cancer Biomarker Network, talks about the biomarker revolution underway in cancer medicine.
Dr. Albert Smith, a medical doctor who is also a Ph.D in marine biology works to educate his fellow physicians about the valuable insights that simple marine animals can provide for better understanding of human diseases. For More Information contact: Info@FastFocus.TV Credits:...
Society for Neuroscience 2009 impressions from genes2brains2mind2me.
This video highlights the work of some of the two dozen faculty members at UC Davis's Center for Neuroscience.
Dennis Choi, director of Emory Universitys Neuroscience Center, is renowned for his groundbreaking research on brain and spinal cord injury.
A short film about DNA microarrays, and how they are used to show dynamic gene expression levels.
A comparison of Adult stem cell research versus embryonic.
In this podcast, ASBMB science writer Nick Zagorski interviews Columbia Professor Larry Shapiro, who’s lab was the subject of “Naturally Obsessed,” the documentary about academic science.
Discussed in this interview are both the mouse brain project and the human cortex project with an emphasis on the importance of these projects to neuroscience research.
Cellular message movement was captured on this video. Such steps are required for controlled cell growth -- otherwise, cancer and other diseases can result.
How does the brain learn and remember? An academic conference "Frontiers in Bioscience Learning and Memory" was held at City University of Hong Kong on June 16th.