before it fades
infinity-imagined: Coccolithophores are microscopic algae that first appeared 220 million years ago, and flourished during the cretaceous period. They produce peculiar plates called cocoliths out of...
Golgi complex in olfactory bulb cell - Stock Image - G460/0074
Golgi apparatus. Coloured high resolution scanning electron micrograph of the Golgi apparatus of an olfactory bulb cell.
Purkinje nerve cells in the cerebellum - Stock Image - P360/0474
Purkinje cells in the cerebellum. Fluorescent light micrograph of Purkinje cells (green) in the cerebellum of the brain.
Coloured SEM of mitochondria & ER in a liver cell - Stock Image - G465/0030
Mitochondria. Coloured Scanning Electron Micro- graph (SEM) of mitochondria and rough endoplasmic reticulum in a liver cell.
Beating Cancer Stock Photos and Pictures Stock Photos and Pictures
Cancer can affect anyone – male, female, young or old. Cancer is caused by abnormal cells that grow rapidly and spread to one or many parts the body. There are over 100 different types of cancer and it can affect any part of the body. Thankfully due to new medicines and developing technologies we are slowly beating cancer.
Post-reductionist protein science, or putting Humpty Dumpty back together again
In their native environments, proteins perform their biological roles in highly concentrated viscous solutions and in complex networks with numerous partners. Yet for many years, the normal practice has been to purify a protein of interest in order to characterize its structural and functional properties. In this Commentary, we discuss how protein scientists are now tackling the theoretical and methodological challenges of studying proteins in their physiological context.