cell biology

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cell′ biol`ogy


n.
the branch of biology dealing with the study of cells, esp. their formation, structure, and function.
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The microscope will act as the primary machine within the light building and will serve the needs of a wide group of cell biologists.
The company has an expert team of cell biologists to support early drug research to support later stage drug development programs.
Cell biologists review the current understanding of the biology of the TGF-beta family of secreted differentiation factors, in papers that were first published online in Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives with the intention of publishing them in this volume once the research project was completed.
The study at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is a warning to stem cell biologists that certain rare mutations, like the ones described in the study, are difficult to recreate in laboratory-produced stem cells.
Cell biologists are finding clues from marching ants, flocking birds and other animals to learn how groups of cells move through the body.
It enables cell biologists to check and document cell and tissue cultures within sec.
Here biomedical engineers, cell biologists, and other researchers explore some of the current research that focuses on in vivo cell cytometry in diagnosis.
It's a game-changing technology which enables cell biologists to do things they've historically not been able to do before.
With the Guava acquisition, we will bring the power of our flow cytometry platform to all cell biologists by combining Guava's instruments with our broad range of fully-validated reagent kits.
The Yale Center for Neuroscience and Regeneration Research was officially established in 1988 with the cooperative efforts of PVA, United Spinal Association, VA, and the Yale University School of Medicine, bringing together the energies and talents of some of the world's leading neuroscientists--molecular and cell biologists, physiologists, pharmacologists, stem-cell biologists, computational biologists, and clinicians--toward the discovery of therapies that can repair and protect the injured central nervous system (CNS).
Designed primarily for pharmaceutical chemists, biochemists, molecular and cell biologists, cancer researchers, pharmacologists and students, this textbook focuses exclusively on galectins, which are proteins that affect the cells in many profound ways.
The more they talk about little men from Mars and time-traveling cell biologists, the more they discredit themselves.