Harvard University - Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology

MCB NEWS TAG: 'PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES'

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Predicting Bacteria's Response to Multidrug Treatment [Cluzel Lab] - July 10, 2012
Severe microbial infections, such as tuberculosis and MRSA, often require ...
Exercise, Caloric Restriction Rejuvenate Aging Synapses - Aug. 2, 2010
Harvard researchers have uncovered a mechanism through which caloric restriction ...
Modulating the Catalytic Activity of a Protein Phosphatase by Externally-imposed Force - Feb. 19, 2010
There is widespread current interest in the roles of mechanical ...
Marvels of Bacterial Swarming - Jan. 13, 2010
When grown on a rich medium on agar, many bacteria ...
Silent Communication - Jan. 29, 2009
Distant cells in our body talk to each other to ...
A Common Aquatic Animal's Genome can Capture Foreign DNA - May 29, 2008
Long viewed as straitlaced spinsters, sexless freshwater invertebrate animals known ...
New Light on Bioluminescence Evolution - Jan. 22, 2007
The evolution of genes for light emission might have involved ...
Pro Antibodies - Nov. 29, 2006
In a paper appearing in the November 28, 2006 issue ...
Who Calls the Shots When the Synapse Forms? - Oct. 6, 2005
The synapse is the heart of the nervous system, the ...
How to Make a Membrane - Sept. 13, 2005
The ingredients of a human cell include about 100,000 ...
Vesicle Recycling After Endocytosis - April 27, 2005
Communication between neurons occurs at specialized structures called synapses, where ...
Bioinformatic Dissection of High-Level Cellular Behavior - Jan. 19, 2005
Although microarray technology is wildly popular among biologists, even its ...
Do Chromosomes Work through Stress? - Aug. 25, 2004
A paper in the August 24 issue of Proceedings of ...
Mathematical Models of Robustness in Development - Aug. 12, 2004
A paper by Nicholas Ingolia in the June 15, 2004 ...