Scientists from Case Western Reserve University and University of Kansas Medical Center have restored behavior—in this case, the ability to reach through a narrow opening and grasp food—using a neural prosthesis in a rat model of brain injury.
A new optical sensor created at MIT tracks zinc within cells and should help researchers learn...
Bioengineers have created a new method for analyzing RNA transcripts from samples of 50 to 100...
Researchers have developed a new large animal model to study...
According to the scientific consensus, production processes in nature are following the “just in time” principle, in which all components are delivered exactly at the time when they are needed- at least , until now. In a new project, a research team discovered how organisms succeed in producing exactly the right amount of protein that they need to be optimally adapted to the prevailing environmental conditions.
The World Stem Cell Summit, December 4-6 in San Diego, California, USA unites, educates, and harmonizes the global stem cell community. With attendees from more than 40 countries, the annual World Stem Cell Summit's interdisciplinary agenda explores the field’s most pressing topics including discussions on regulatory pathways, cell standardization, reimbursements, financing, venture capital and economic development. F
A new study from researchers at Uppsala University and University of Havana uses mathematic modeling and experiments on ants to show that a group is capable of developing flexible resource management strategies and characteristic responses of its own. The results are now published in Physical Review Letters.
As the world becomes increasingly connected, the need to ensure the proper functioning of its many underlying networks - such as the Internet, power grids, global air transportation and ecological networks - also is increasing. But controlling networks is very difficult.
New research shows that to prevent starvation at night, plants perform accurate arithmetic division. The calculation allows them to use up their starch reserves at a constant rate so that they run out almost precisely at dawn. "This is the first concrete example in a fundamental biological process of such a sophisticated arithmetic calculation," said mathematical modeller Prof. Martin Howard...
This 400x photo of cymbella (diatom) together with cochliopodium (amoeba) was an Image of Distinction in the 2012 Nikon Photomicrophotography Competition. Wolfgang Bettighofer of Dataport in Kiel, Germany produced the photo using differential interference contrast.
This 40x photo of Euplotes (a ciliate protozoa) during its final stage of cell division was taken using differential interference contrast. Regelio Moreno Gill of Panama City, Panama was honored with an Image of Distinction award at the 2012 Nikon Small World Photomicrophotography Competition.
Cells are the basic unit of a living organism. The human body consists of a vast array of highly specialized cells, such as blood cells, skin cells and neurons. In total more than 250 different cell types exist. How are the different types related to each other? Which factors are unique for each cell type? And what in the end determines the development of a certain cell?
LifeScope 2.0 Genomic Analysis Software is a bioinformatics system for analyzing data from genomic sequencing instruments to study human disease such as cancer. The product features secure project management, pushbutton workflows and an intuitive user interface
Bioinformatics 2008 Readers' Choice Award Gold A data analysis and reporting tool for non-compartmental to population PK/PD analyses, Kinetica facilitates data analysis and reporting in a flexible environment
Bioinformatics 2008 Readers' Choice Awards Bronze GRAMS/AI spectroscopy software aids users in visualizing, processing and managing data from FT-IR, NIR, Raman, UV-Vis, fluorescence
Bioinformatics 2008 Readers' Choice Awards Silver GeneSpring GX is a gene expression bioinformatics system that visualizes and analyzes gene expression data
JMP Genomics 3.1 includes 3-D graphics and the ability to distill research findings from huge volumes of data
Lasergene DNA and protein sequence analysis software includes SeqMan Pro, a sequence assembly engine built for large data sets. In addition to the classic assembly method, the software also offers the capability to assemble genomes for bacteria and other similarly sized organisms.
GeneSpring MS is an application for biomarker discovery that makes use of mass spectrometry data.
Vector NTI Advance desktop sequence analysis and molecular biology data management software
From non-compartmental through population pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic analyses, Kinetica facilitates high-throughput data analysis and reporting for clinical, preclinical, discovery, drug metabolism and drug delivery settings.
The 4800 Plus MALDI TOF/TOF is a proteomics analyzer that identifies thousands of proteins in a biological sample. The enhancements from the previous version of the system provide an improved
RAPTOR 4.0 for Linux, the latest edition of this protein threading software, is designed to predict protein structure from protein sequence. Integer programming algorithm enables the discovery of remote structural homology for hard sequences and high quality prediction.
The Geneus data and workflow management program is based on an open, configurable, integrating platform, and purposed for genomics and systems biology researchers. It facilitates
The MDL Registration application assists life sciences research organizations with building and managing the corporate compound registry, which uniquely identifies each substance
PathwayStudio 4.0 pathway analysis software helps to interpret experimental results in the context of pathways, gene regulation networks and protein interaction maps. Users can interpret microarray and proteomics
The Genomics Suite 6.2 is a complete analysis software package for genomic studies that facilitates scientists with statistics that are tightly integrated with interactive visualization and optimized for experiments containing thousands of samples and millions of variables.
The TDS Biological Modeler is a collaborative systems biology analysis application that enables users to visualize and analyze experiment data in the context of a biological system without the need for programming.
GeneSpring GX gene expression informatics software contains features that enable users to understand the biological relevance of their results. Researchers gain access to and visualization of biological relevance through its full-gene ontology information and browser.
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