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Shining a Light on Adult Neural Stem Cells

Posted by , on 2 October 2021

Adult Neural Stem Cells (NSCs) have a remarkable capacity to produce new neurons and glia cells that integrate into pre-existing neural networks. Adult NSCs are found in all mammals, including humans, giving us hope of using the pool of adult ...

The people behind the papers: Alaa Hachem & John Parrington

Posted by , on 16 August 2017

Embryogenesis begins with fertilisation, and defective activation of the egg by the sperm is implicated in human infertility. Today’s paper, published in the most recent issue of Development, investigates the ...

Signalling 2015 conference: abstract deadline fast approaching

Posted by , on 23 June 2015

Signalling 2015: Cellular Functions of Phosphoinositides and Inositol Phosphates 1—4 September 2015 Robinson College, Cambridge, UK Join the Biochemical Society and FEBS in Robinson College, Cambridge, this September for the Signalling ...

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