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Potential Cancer Diagnosis Biomarker Identified

July 9, 2013 10:29 am | Comments

Micronuclei, erratic, small extra nuclei, which contain fragments, or whole chromosomes that were not incorporated into daughter cells after cell division, are associated with specific forms of cancer and are predictive of poorer prognosis. In a new study, a team of scientists found that disrupted micronuclei might play an even more active role in carcinogenesis than previously thought.


Human Cells Caught Making Hydrogen Sulfide

June 19, 2013 9:55 am | Comments

A new study confirms directly what scientists previously knew only indirectly: The poisonous “rotten egg” gas hydrogen sulfide is generated by our body’s growing cells. Hydrogen sulfide, or H2S, is normally toxic, but in small amounts it plays a role in cardiovascular health.


BST Update

February 12, 2013 2:05 pm | Comments

In this video, Tim Studt, Editorial Direct for Advantage Business Media's Science Group, presents results from the 2012 Global R & D Funding Forecast and discusses what these results mean for the life sciences.


Necrosis VS apoptosis

August 29, 2012 9:53 pm | by deusjs | Comments

Description of cellular necrosis, like apoptosis, very well explained.



August 29, 2012 9:53 pm | by ndsuvirtualcell | Comments

NDSU VCell Production's animation "Mitosis". For more information please see Mitosis is the process by which the chromosomes in the nucleus of a cell are divided into into two new nuclei. This animation illustrates how the stages of mitosis progress and...


The Human Embryo and Embyronic Stem Cell Biology

August 29, 2012 9:53 pm | by uctelevision | Comments

On December 15, 2010, Renee Reijo Pera spoke to the CIRM Governing Board about her research studies of the human embryo and embryonic stem cells. Using time lapse video of the embryo's initial cell divisions, Pera's lab identified parameters that can accurately predict human embryo...


Live cell imaging analysis of the epigenetic regulation of the human endothelial cell migration...

August 29, 2012 9:52 pm | by labonachipvideos | Comments

Video related to research article appearing in Lab on a Chip. C. Zheng et al., "Live cell imaging analysis of the epigenetic regulation of the human endothelial cell migration at single-cell resolution". Read the article at


FRET - Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer - Dr Othon Gervasio - 3D Scientific Animation

August 29, 2012 9:52 pm | by leogervasio | Comments

This animation shows how FRET occurs, based on cells transfected with plasmids encoding fluorescent tagged proteins. CFP and YFP were used as donor and acceptor respectively.


How to make a laser microscope

August 29, 2012 9:52 pm | by powerm1985 | Comments

To make up for my lack of microscope in my last vid I show you how to kinda make one your own. Music Subscribe for SCIENCE! Website: Twitter:...



August 29, 2012 9:52 pm | by scishow | Comments

Hank & his clone Circus Hank explain the power of epigenetics, which studies the factors that determine how much or whether some genes are expressed in your body.


malaria lifecycle

August 29, 2012 9:52 pm | by gopiraviteja | Comments

malaria life cycle in man and mosquito....


Jay Bradner: Open-source cancer research

August 29, 2012 9:52 pm | by tedtalksdirector | Comments How does cancer know it's cancer? At Jay Bradner's lab, they found a molecule that might hold the answer, JQ1 -- and instead of patenting JQ1, they published their findings and mailed samples to 40 other labs to work on. An inspiring look at the open-source future of...


World HIV/AIDS Day: UC San Diego expert on advances, prevention and research on vaccination

August 29, 2012 9:52 pm | by ucsdmedicalcenter | Comments

HIV/AIDS expert Douglas Richman, MD, professor of pathology and medicine at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, discusses how developments in drugs have turned a disease that carried a death sentence into a chronic, yet manageable disease. He addresses the many advances in this field...


Hearing Loss Rising Among Adolescents

August 19, 2010 11:42 am | by VanderbiltHealthNews | Comments

Is exposure to loud noise, concerts and your favorite mp 3 player harmful to your child's hearing? While the exact cause is unknown, a study by Vanderbilt and Harvard researchers shows the number of young people suffering from a hearing loss is increasing at an alarming rate. Find out...


The Neandertal in us

August 12, 2010 12:42 pm | by MaxPlanckSociety | Comments

The Neandertal, the enigmatic Stone Age man who appears to have vanished without a trace from the earth 30,000 years ago, lives on in us modern humans. Each of us carries up to four percent of Neandertal genes. Researchers working with Svante Pääno at the Max Planck Institute for...



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