Harvard University - Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology

MCB NEWS TAG: 'ELIFE'

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Establishing Cell Fate with a Pole-Vaulting Phosphatase [Losick Lab] - Oct. 19, 2015
An important question in biology is how genetically identical cells ...
MCB News Tags:  2015, eLife, publication, Richard Losick
"Personalized Lesson" May Not be Dopamine's Way [Uchida Lab] - Sept. 1, 2015
Dopamine, originally referred to as a pleasure molecule, is now ...
The Elegance of Dendrites and Why it Matters [Sanes Lab] - Aug. 6, 2015
The dendritic processes of neurons form elaborate branched arbors that ...
MCB News Tags:  2015, eLife, Joshua Sanes, publication
Radio Broadcasting in Cells [O'Shea Lab] - June 10, 2015
To survive, cells must monitor their environments and elicit appropriate ...
MCB News Tags:  2015, eLife, Erin O'Shea, publication
Harnessing the Power of Amazon's Cloud in a New Era for Structural Biology [Leschziner Lab] - May 8, 2015
Structural biology is currently undergoing a revolution: single-particle cryo-electron microscopy ...
The Where and Why of Gene Expression [Schier Lab] - April 20, 2015
While most cells in the body have the same DNA ...
Feeling Good or Bad Lately? Listen to Serotonin [Uchida Lab] - March 10, 2015
Serotonin is one of the most widespread and mysterious neurotransmitters ...
Lis1 [Leschziner Lab] - Oct. 28, 2014
Cytoskeletal motors are molecular machines that “walk” along the filaments ...
Stochastic Organelle Biogenesis [O'Shea Lab] - June 10, 2014
Cells are kind of like little people. Just like we ...
MCB News Tags:  2014, eLife, Erin O'Shea, publication
Sexually Dimorphic Mammalian Brain Function at the Single Neuron Level [Dulac Lab] - June 3, 2014
Individual neurons distributed across the sensory epithelium of the vomeronasal ...