This neuronal stem cell culture shows a rainbow of differentiation, with fluorescent tags that separate stem cells (orange/yellow) from their neuronal "offspring" (blue/green/purple).
By The Scientist Staff | January 16, 2013
North Carolina State University, Huixuan Liang, Guanxi Xiao, Haifeng Yin, Jonathan M. Horowitz and H. Troy Ghashghaei
Sign In with your LabX Media Group Passport to leave a comment
Not a member? Register Now!
By Kate Yandell
The cholesterol-lowering drugs could be used to treat people with two types of dwarfism, a study suggests.
By Anna Azvolinsky
The consumption of artificial sweeteners results in glucose intolerance mediated by changes in the gut microbiota in both mice and humans, researchers report.
By Bob Grant
Researchers find a way to zap emerald ash borers using female decoys.
View the September 2014 contents.
© 1986-2014 The Scientist