Researchers have developed a method for systematically screening cancer cells to detect genes likely to suppress metastasis.
Researchers have identified the chief motor protein that hauls the building materials needed for learning to their destinations inside neurons.
A new technique factors a protein's flexibility into the drug design equation. It's paying off in a big way.
New technology makes it possible to study tissue samples locked away for decades.
Nueva tecnología hace posible el estudio de muestras de tejidos guardadas por décadas.
Seven HHMI investigators have been elected to the Institute of Medicine.
New studies show how the brain changes when mice learn to feel safe and secure in situations that would normally make them anxious.
Roger Tsien, Osamu Shimomura, and Martin Chalfie honored for the discovery and development of the green fluorescent protein, a ubiquitous research tool.
Roger Tsien, Osamu Shimomura and Martin Chalfie son galardonados por el descubrimiento y desarrollo de la proteína fluorescente verde, que es una herramienta general de investigación.
HHMI researchers devise prenatal blood test that accurately detects Down syndrome and two other serious chromosomal defects.
Investigadores del HHMI desarrollan un nuevo análisis de sangre prenatal que detecta con precisión el síndrome de Down y otros dos defectos cromosómicos serios.
Janelia hosted 14 undergraduate students who worked on research projects under the guidance of research scientists.
HHMI researchers have found microRNAs in animal species whose last common ancestors were present on Earth about 1 billion years ago.
Robert Tjian, a distinguished biochemist and long-time HHMI investigator at the University of California, Berkeley, will become HHMI's next president.
HHMI researchers have developed a new model of cystic fibrosis in pigs that more accurately mimics features of the disease.
Investigadores del HHMI han desarrollado un nuevo modelo de fibrosis quística en cerdos que imita de forma más precisa las características de la enfermedad que se observa en infantes humanos.
Researchers have identified a gene from a new family of ion channels that help to regulate smell and taste sensing, smooth muscle contraction, and fluid secretion in glands and airways.
A newly identified "hot line" connects a worm's nervous system to its immune system.
Investigadores han descubierto una “línea directa” de comunicación que le permite al sistema nervioso de un gusano llamar al sistema inmune para coordinar la respuesta a patógenos infecciosos.
Researchers have learned how Listeria crosses the placenta from mother to baby.
Researchers have devised clever techniques to visualize gene silencing in its natural context.
Professor Alison F. Richard is currently Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge.
DeRisi receives the Heinz Award in Technology, the Economy and Employment.
A gene deletion caused mice to exhibit behavioral and brain changes common in people with Alzheimer's disease or dementia.
Researchers may be able to fight malaria by targeting human liver cells instead of parasites