The Rockefeller University
Scientists were able to trace the causes of the disease back to early developmental stages when the brain has only just begun to form
Using fruit flies, a Rockefeller team has gained key insight into how nature's attempts at innovation play out during the development of sperm
DEET, thought to be the most effective insect repellent available, may not be an insect repellent at all.
New research by a team of Rockefeller scientists illuminates the molecular circuitry that determines a cell’s fate
Researchers have built a three-dimensional map of the anthrax toxin that may explain how it efficiently transfers its lethal components into the cytoplasm of infected cells.
"This gives us a better idea of how the channel's components work on a molecular level, and its role within a cell, either a normal one or a cancerous one" says researcher
A new method to control the activity of neurons in mice, devised by scientists at Rockefeller University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, uses magnetic forces to remotely control the flow of ions into specifically targeted cells.
"We were driven by curiosity about the evolution of the nuclear pore complex"
Results may have implications for skin cancer treatments