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

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
Aggie Mika | Aug 11, 2017
Scientists tout this lens-free holographic technique as a cost-effective alternative to standard tissue biopsies.