CRISPR-UMI, a novel method developed at IMBA, facilitates extremely robust and sensitive screens by tracking single mutants within a population of cells
Whereas massive inroads have been made into genomics, metabolomics, or protein and lipid research, glycosylation remains largely unexplored at the proteome scale
A research team set out to explore for the first time whether the protein machinery known as ESCRT-III undergoes dynamic remodeling
In a new study published in Nature Biotechnology, scientists from Cambridge and Vienna present a new method that combines the organoid method with bioengineering
Scientists describe novel organoid technology combining various brain regions for investigation of epilepsy, and other neurological diseases, as reported in the current issue of Nature Methods.
Research team has discovered that the egg and sperm genomes that co-exist in the single-cell embryo or zygote have a unique structure compared to other interphase cells
Scientists from the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology in Austria (IMBA) have now unraveled the precise mechanisms by which germline cells produce a class of small RNA