Infographic: Transfection by Precision Cell Piercing
Infographic: Transfection by Precision Cell Piercing
A microfluidic device creates a single hole in each cell to allow efficient DNA entry without compromising viability.
Infographic: Transfection by Precision Cell Piercing
Infographic: Transfection by Precision Cell Piercing

A microfluidic device creates a single hole in each cell to allow efficient DNA entry without compromising viability.

A microfluidic device creates a single hole in each cell to allow efficient DNA entry without compromising viability.

DNA
Precision Membrane Puncture Enables Efficient Cell Transfection
Precision Membrane Puncture Enables Efficient Cell Transfection
Ruth Williams | Apr 1, 2020
A device for piercing individual holes in cell membranes allows vector-free DNA delivery while maintaining cell viability.
Image of the Day: Impaired Meiosis
Image of the Day: Impaired Meiosis
Amy Schleunes | Feb 7, 2020
A phthalate commonly found in shampoos, cosmetics, and cleaning products disrupts reproduction in worms.
Sperm Whales Confirmed as the Origin of Jetsam Ambergris
Sperm Whales Confirmed as the Origin of Jetsam Ambergris
Amy Schleunes | Feb 5, 2020
Preserved DNA extracted from the rock-like digestive blobs may offer insights into whale ecology.
DNA Damage Linked to Brain Overgrowth in Autism
DNA Damage Linked to Brain Overgrowth in Autism
Abby Olena | Feb 5, 2020
Cell lines from individuals with macrocephalic autism spectrum disorder have an increased number of double-strand breaks in the DNA of long neural genes.
Novel DNA-Sensing Pathway Found in Human Cells, Absent in Mice
Novel DNA-Sensing Pathway Found in Human Cells, Absent in Mice
Catherine Offord | Jan 24, 2020
This previously unknown mechanism for spotting foreign genetic material in the cytoplasm launches antiviral defenses even when the well-known immune mediator STING is absent.
Image of the Day: Chromatin Forest
Image of the Day: Chromatin Forest
Emily Makowski | Jan 14, 2020
The DNA-protein complex has branches that fold back on themselves.
Genome Data Enable Capture of Elusive Microbes
Genome Data Enable Capture of Elusive Microbes
Ruth Williams | Jan 13, 2020
Using reverse genetics, researchers create antibodies to reel in previously uncultured bacteria.
Switch Master: A Profile of Barbara Meyer
Switch Master: A Profile of Barbara Meyer
Diana Kwon | Jan 13, 2020
Working with bacteriophages and nematodes, the University of California, Berkeley, molecular biologist uncovered a role for genetic switches in early development.
Infographic: Trapping Uncultured Bacteria
Infographic: Trapping Uncultured Bacteria
Ruth Williams | Jan 13, 2020
Sequence data from previously uncultured microorganisms provide the information necessary for their capture.