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cell biology

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Some past ER imaging required killing the cells, capturing their inner structure at just one moment in time, notes cell biologist Mark Terasaki of the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington.
The result is surprising, said Mark LaBarge, a cell biologist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory who was not involved in the study.
The Yale Center for Neuroscience and Regeneration Research was officially established in 1988 with the cooperative efforts of PVA, United Spinal Association, VA, and the Yale University School of Medicine, bringing together the energies and talents of some of the world's leading neuroscientists--molecular and cell biologists, physiologists, pharmacologists, stem-cell biologists, computational biologists, and clinicians--toward the discovery of therapies that can repair and protect the injured central nervous system (CNS).
At council meetings, I consistently sensed resistance to presenting human embryonic stem cell research in a way that would acknowledge the scientific, experimentally verified realities," Blackburn, one of two cell biologists on the commission, wrote in an article that appeared in The Washington Post.
Cell biologist Douglas B Cowan, who led the research, said: 'The cells have survived in rats for more than a year and they appear to have made connections with cardiac cells.
Rheem Medh is a cell biologist and geneticist who researches how cells die to unlock the mysteries of diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer's.
Dr Sam Gandy, a New York University cell biologist, said the study published in the journal Nature offered "very exciting and persuasive evidence".
Judah Folkman, a surgeon and cell biologist at Boston Children's Hospital, observed that in order to thrive, cancer cells find a way to signal nearby blood vessels to grow and feed them (see diagram, left).
This year's memoir is by plant cell biologist Natasha V.
My sense is that there are different groups out there doing this kind of work," says stem cell biologist Paul Knoepfler of the University of California, Davis.
Sir Paul is a geneticist and cell biologist interested in how the cell cycle is controlled and how cell shape and dimensions are determined.
He is a cell biologist and biochemist and has been active in cancer research for almost three decades.