Researchers provide a first 3D snapshot of the CCAN protein complex
The findings suggest that for many people with neurodegenerative diseases, the roots of their condition will trace back to their time as an embryo developing in the womb
They can live up to 30 years and their remarkable resistance to age-related diseases may offer scientists key clues to the mysteries of aging and cancer
Since the synaptonemal complex was first discovered in 1956, researchers have been trying to identify its many moving parts and how they fit together
A research team set out to explore for the first time whether the protein machinery known as ESCRT-III undergoes dynamic remodeling
While much is known about the biological components that form the mitotic spindle, researchers are only beginning to explore the physical forces between those components
Technique could allow study of viral infections, cell division and photosynthesis in new detail.
Recently identified cell-cycle controls are targets for new drugs that fight infections by shutting down division.
A team of University of Montreal and McGill University researchers have devised a method to identify how signaling molecules orchestrate the sequential steps in cell division.