Stress-Induced Chromosome Changes Protect Flies’ Aging Brains
Stress-Induced Chromosome Changes Protect Flies’ Aging Brains
Brain cells in older Drosophila tend to have more than two complete sets of chromosomes, and that polyploidy most likely has a protective function, a study shows.
Stress-Induced Chromosome Changes Protect Flies’ Aging Brains
Stress-Induced Chromosome Changes Protect Flies’ Aging Brains

Brain cells in older Drosophila tend to have more than two complete sets of chromosomes, and that polyploidy most likely has a protective function, a study shows.

Brain cells in older Drosophila tend to have more than two complete sets of chromosomes, and that polyploidy most likely has a protective function, a study shows.

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Infographic: Trapping Uncultured Bacteria
Ruth Williams | Jan 13, 2020
Sequence data from previously uncultured microorganisms provide the information necessary for their capture.
2016 Top 10 Innovations: Honorable Mentions
The Scientist Staff | Nov 30, 2016
These runners up to the Top 10 Innovations of 2016 caught our judges' attention.
Using Single Cell Proteomics to Understand Human Health and Disease
Using Single Cell Proteomics to Understand Human Health and Disease
The Scientist Creative Services Team, 10x Genomics | May 5, 2022
Miriam Merad and Harrison Specht will discuss how single cell proteomics complement other omics methods to provide insight into disease pathophysiology and treatment.
Free Flow
Jeffrey M. Perkel | Dec 1, 2015
A sampling of free software for flow cytometry data analysis
Flow Cytometry On-a-Chip
Jeffrey M. Perkel | Jun 1, 2015
Novel microfluidic devices give researchers new ways to count and sort single cells.
Discover how flow cytometry accelerates drug screening
Adapting Flow Cytometry for Drug Discovery Workflows
The Scientist Creative Services Team, Bio-Rad Laboratories | May 3, 2022
Explore how flow cytometry innovations expand and accelerate cell profiling.
In Custody
Wudan Yan | Apr 1, 2015
Expert tips for isolating and culturing cancer stem cells
Sorting Made Simpler
Kate Yandell | Dec 1, 2014
A guide to affordable, compact fluorescence-activated cell sorters
An Improved Way to Detect CAR T Cells and SARS-CoV-2-Binding Cells
Technique Talk: An Improved Way to Detect CAR T Cells and SARS-CoV-2-Binding Cells
The Scientist Creative Services Team, Bio-Techne | Apr 13, 2022
Jody Bonnevier will discuss the advantages of Fluorokines™ for detecting and investigating CAR T cells and other key drivers of the immune system.
Hit Parade
Amber Dance | Dec 1, 2012
Cell-based assays are popular for high-throughput screens, where they strike a balance between ease of use and similarity to the human body that researchers aim to treat.
Antibodies User Survey
Christi Bird | Apr 30, 2012
Findings show researchers value quality over low price
Discover how glycosylation affects health and disease
Exploring the World of Glycobiology
The Scientist Creative Services Team, Vector Laboratories | Mar 23, 2022
Researchers study sugar modifications to understand health and disease.
In with the New
Mary Beth Aberlin | Jan 1, 2012
There is definitely no shortage of technological innovation in the life sciences.
No Mo’ Slow Flow
Jeffrey M. Perkel | Jan 1, 2012
Tools and tricks for high-throughput flow cytometry
Sorting the Clusters: Creating an Optimized Gating Strategy for Cell Sorting
Sorting the Clusters: Creating an Optimized Gating Strategy for Cell Sorting
The Scientist Creative Services Team, BD Biosciences | Mar 1, 2022
Rafael Gomez-Amaro and Karen Ersland discuss how HyperFinder technology optimizes cell identification and isolation from flow cytometry assays.
Flow Cytometry for the Masses
Richard P. Grant | Dec 1, 2011
Tagging antibodies with rare earth metals instead of fluorescent molecules turns a veteran technique into a high-throughput powerhouse.
Going with the Flow
Kelly Rae Chi | May 25, 2011
A guide to the new wave of budget, easy-to-use flow cytometers.