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A Hydractinia polyp with stinging cells shown in red throughout the body and the tentacles.
With Neither Brains nor Brawn, Jellyfish and Relatives Developed Subcellular Weapons Instead
Anna Klompen explained how cnidarian stinging cells harpooned their way into her heart and could help answer fundamental questions in biology.
With Neither Brains nor Brawn, Jellyfish and Relatives Developed Subcellular Weapons Instead
With Neither Brains nor Brawn, Jellyfish and Relatives Developed Subcellular Weapons Instead

Anna Klompen explained how cnidarian stinging cells harpooned their way into her heart and could help answer fundamental questions in biology.

Anna Klompen explained how cnidarian stinging cells harpooned their way into her heart and could help answer fundamental questions in biology.

functional genomics

spatial CRISPR screen for cancer
A Brave New World for Spatial Genomics in Cancer Research
Nele Haelterman, PhD | Jun 27, 2022 | 3 min read
A new CRISPR screening technology allows scientists to recreate tumor heterogeneity in vivo and study how it affects all aspects of cancer biology.
Q&A, functional genomics, genetic privacy, bioinformatics, data science, Yale School of Medicine, Genetics & Genomics
Q&A: A New Tool for Ensuring Genetic Privacy
Amanda Heidt | Nov 12, 2020 | 6 min read
Gamze Gursoy and Mark Gerstein of Yale Medical School have developed a strategy for stripping identifying variants from functional genomic data, balancing privacy with utility.
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