Image of the Day: Switch Gears
Image of the Day: Switch Gears
A gene responsible for the free-moving, primitive nature of fetal cells is expressed in some breast cancer cells in mice and humans.
Image of the Day: Switch Gears
Image of the Day: Switch Gears

A gene responsible for the free-moving, primitive nature of fetal cells is expressed in some breast cancer cells in mice and humans.

A gene responsible for the free-moving, primitive nature of fetal cells is expressed in some breast cancer cells in mice and humans.

tissue biopsies
The Promise of Spatial Transcriptomics in Exploring Chronic Liver Disease
The Promise of Spatial Transcriptomics in Exploring Chronic Liver Disease
The Scientist Creative Services Team in collaboration with 10x Genomics | Jun 30, 2021
Prakash Ramachandran discusses using spatial transcriptomics to understand liver fibrosis and what he can learn from analyzing biobanked tissue samples.
Best of Cancer Research
Best of Cancer Research
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Sep 23, 2020
This collection of articles from The Scientist explores some of the latest cancer research!
Researchers Identify Biomarkers for Obesity Risk in Women
Researchers Identify Biomarkers for Obesity Risk in Women
Catherine Offord | May 31, 2018
Low levels of a biochemical process involved in fat breakdown predicts weight gain and metabolic complications more than a decade later.
Microscopy Tool Can “See” Through Dense Tissue: Study
Microscopy Tool Can “See” Through Dense Tissue: Study
Aggie Mika | Aug 11, 2017
Scientists tout this lens-free holographic technique as a cost-effective alternative to standard tissue biopsies.