Living cells are difficult to grow in the laboratory, so researchers sometimes work with synthetic cells, but these have had research limitations because they lack real cell characteristics
Malmberg Lab researchers use AMSBIO reagents and enzymes to detect one distinctive sulfation pattern of Chondroitin Sulfate, helping them understand the process by which NK cells are “educated”
Integrated package of new and established services saves time and minimizes risks
Khalid Shah, MS, PhD, is the director of the Center for Stem Cell Therapeutics and Imaging at Harvard Medical School and the Center of Excellence in Biomedicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH).
Salk scientists discover cellular structures with extreme longevity, leading to insights for age-associated diseases
The insight gained by the team's research could guide the design of biomedical solutions for attacking tumors or treating wounds faster
An algorithm stitches multiple datasets into a single “panorama,” which could provide new insights for biological studies
The discovery of these seemingly out-of-place sensing cells may lend insight into possibilities for protecting lung function