Infographics
Infographic: Tumor-Associated Macrophages and Cancer
Infographic: Tumor-Associated Macrophages and Cancer
Amanda B. Keener | Mar 31, 2018
The immune cells play various roles in the tumor—some that assist cancer's spread, and others that hinder it.
Infographic: Cancer Drug Pairings
Infographic: Cancer Drug Pairings
Anna Azvolinsky | Mar 31, 2018
Researchers use several different strategies to deliver a one-two punch.
Infographic: Relaying Stress Signals in Bacteria
Infographic: Relaying Stress Signals in Bacteria
Diana Kwon | Feb 28, 2018
Widening the gap between a bacterium's cell wall and its outer membrane impairs its ability to respond to stress-inducing signals.
Infographic: Increasing Optogenetic Precision
Infographic: Increasing Optogenetic Precision
Ruth Williams | Feb 28, 2018
A localizable opsin protein enables single-neuron stimulation.
Infographic: Selective Autophagy
Infographic: Selective Autophagy
Vikramjit Lahiri and Daniel J. Klionsky | Feb 28, 2018
Xenophagy targets bacterial pathogens for destruction, while mitophagy aids red blood cell maturation.
Infographic: How Autophagy Works
Infographic: How Autophagy Works
Vikramjit Lahiri and Daniel J. Klionsky | Feb 28, 2018
Self-digestion is critical to freeing up nutrients and guiding development, among other functions.
Infographic: From Sediments to Sequences
Infographic: From Sediments to Sequences
Catherine Offord | Feb 28, 2018
How to analyze ancient proteins
Infographic: Searching for the Neural Basis of Gender
Infographic: Searching for the Neural Basis of Gender
Shawna Williams | Feb 28, 2018
Brain studies have yielded a mixed picture of the neural similarities and differences between people of different genders.
Infographic: Skotomorphogenesis Versus Photomorphogenesis
Infographic: Skotomorphogenesis Versus Photomorphogenesis
Kerry Grens | Jan 31, 2018
Pectin fragments may signal plant cells to maintain a type of growth suited to darkness.
Infographic: A Prion Assay
Infographic: A Prion Assay
Ruth Williams | Jan 31, 2018
An approach called yeast transcriptional reporting of aggregating proteins allows for high-throughput analysis and doesn’t destroy cells.