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Bringing Protection Back in Line

BRINGING PROTECTION BACK IN LINE

Research refines platform to address immune disorders Dr. Esma Yolcu and Dr. Haval Shirwan, Co-pioneers of ProtEx technology By Davis...

How a pandemic spreads

HOW A PANDEMIC SPREADS

Saathvik Kannan, Kamal, Singh, and Austin Spratt, worked together at Bond LSC to identify new SARS-CoV-2 variants. | photo by Davis...

 
 
 
A scientist steps away from the bench

A SCIENTIST STEPS AWAY FROM THE BENCH

After 40 years of hard work, it is finally time for David Pintel to pass the torch. Dr. David Pintel, retiring after 40 years at Bond...

IAmScience Lyndon Coghill

IAMSCIENCE LYNDON COGHILL

Lyndon Coghill is the new Director of Informatics Research Core, and he is already making big moves at Mizzou. Lyndon Coghill, Director...

 
 
 
A feral past may help chart the future for Brassica vegetables

A FERAL PAST MAY HELP CHART THE FUTURE FOR BRASSICA VEGETABLES

Although Brassica cretica doesn't look much like cabbage, broccoli or kohlrabi, the wild relative is the closest relation to our modern...

New observation from Stacey lab could help advance plant engineering

NEW OBSERVATION FROM STACEY LAB COULD HELP ADVANCE PLANT ENGINEERING

Large amounts of the Arabidopsis plant are grown at Bond Life Sciences Center for multiple labs to experiment with and use. | photo...

 
 
 
BIPS: A Semester in Review

BIPS: A SEMESTER IN REVIEW

Maria Lusardi showing how she connects the pH sensors to the Arduino. | photo by Becca Wolf, Bond LSC By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC As the...

IAmScience Kulbir Sandhu

IAMSCIENCE KULBIR SANDHU

By Lauren Hines | Bond LSC Kulbir Sandhu's curiosity had guided him from place to place, but it was his fascination with plant science...

 
 
 
Beyond counting: computer science partnership helps speed up plant science experiments

BEYOND COUNTING: COMPUTER SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP HELPS SPEED UP PLANT SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS

Janlo Robil, graduate student in the Paula McSteen lab, came up with the GrasVIQ project after he finished a project that required...

IAmScience Sara Ricardez Hernandez

IAMSCIENCE SARA RICARDEZ HERNANDEZ

By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC As an undergraduate student, Sara Ricardez Hernandez did not have mentors that exposed her to the many opportunities...

 
 
 
IAmScience Ellie Swan

IAMSCIENCE ELLIE SWAN

By Lauren Hines | Bond LSC Whether Ellie Swan is in the gym lifting 200 pounds or in the lab preparing samples, she loves learning...

Lab explores link between genetic differences and domestication in kale

LAB EXPLORES LINK BETWEEN GENETIC DIFFERENCES AND DOMESTICATION IN KALE

Tatiana Arias and Chad Niederhuth studied the plant, kale, in this publication. | “Kale” by photofarmer is licensed under CC BY 2.0 By...

 
 
 
IAmScience Katie Horton

IAMSCIENCE KATIE HORTON

By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC Katie Horton feels most at home in the shady woods of the Southeastern United States, so much so that she...

Diller Costello Awarded Highly Competitive NIH Fellowship

DILLER COSTELLO AWARDED HIGHLY COMPETITIVE NIH FELLOWSHIP

By Lauren Hines | Bond LSC Alexandra Diller Costello, a biology graduate student in the D Cornelison lab in Bond Life Sciences Center,...

 
 
 
IAmScience Chiemerie Azubuogu

IAMSCIENCE CHIEMERIE AZUBUOGU

By Lauren Hines | Bond LSC When Chiemerie Azubuogu announced his new position in the Bond Life Sciences Center on his LinkedIn page,...

Trying to understand amino acid regulation for the good of humanity

TRYING TO UNDERSTAND AMINO ACID REGULATION FOR THE GOOD OF HUMANITY

Abou Yobi working in the Ruthie Angelovici lab. | photo by Becca Wolf, Bond LSC By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC Many works aimed at improving...

 
 
 
IAmScience Teka Khan

IAMSCIENCE TEKA KHAN

By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC Growing up in the countryside of Pakistan, Teka Khan did not have a science class in high school. In fact,...

Defense or growth: a complicated balance

DEFENSE OR GROWTH: A COMPLICATED BALANCE

The figure shows the wild type of the plant to the left. The mutant type to the far right shows when the negative regulator SRFR1 and...

 
 
 
IAmScience Nathan Bivens

IAMSCIENCE NATHAN BIVENS

By Lauren Hines | Bond LSC With water up to his waist, Nathan Bivens is in his element fly fishing as he waits for a trout to grab...

Ph.D. botanist inspired to start African American scientists series

PH.D. BOTANIST INSPIRED TO START AFRICAN AMERICAN SCIENTISTS SERIES

Shawn Abrahams | photo by Roger Meissen, Bond LSC By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC Last summer was emotional for many people throughout the...

 
 
 



World Biotechnology Congress 2019

Hilaris Conferences is going to host its premier World Biotechnology Congress 2019 during October 01-02, 2019, Valencia, Spain. Biotechnology 2019 Congress aim to create a... Read more ...

World Biotechnology Congress 2019

Hilaris Conferences is going to host its premier World Biotechnology Congress 2019 during October 01-02, 2019, Valencia, Spain. Biotechnology 2019 Congress aim to create a... Read more ...

2nd International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine

This conference is designed for experts in academia and industries working in the tissue science and regenerative field, this conference will examine cutting-edge research in... Read more ...

MicroRNA-17-5p Promotes Cardiac Hypertrophy by Targeting Mfn2 to Inhibit...

Abstract Pathological cardiac hypertrophy is the leading cause of heart failure, and miRNAs have been recognized as key factors in cardiac hypertrophy. This study aimed to... Read more ...

Scientist, Hematologic and Immunologic Toxicology - La Jolla, CA - Johnson &...

As part of the cutting-edge Global Predictive, Investigative and Translational Toxicology Team, the candidate will have the opportunity to work within...From Johnson & Johnson... Read more ...

Bringing Protection Back in Line

Bringing Protection Back in Line

Research refines platform to address immune disorders Dr. Esma Yolcu and Dr. Haval Shirwan, Co-pioneers of ProtEx technology By Davis Suppes | Bond LSC The things that protect... Read more ...

After 40 Years, HIV Presents Research Problems New and Old

After 40 Years, HIV Presents Research Problems New and Old

In the years since AIDS was first described in medical research, the scientific map of that disease has changed enormously. Once it was relatively empty. Now scientists... Read more ...

Exosomal circRNA HIPK3 knockdown inhibited cell proliferation and metastasis...

Abstract Prostate cancer is the second frequent malignancy among men in the world. Exosomal circular RNAs have been reported to function in PCa progression. The current study... Read more ...

Prognostic value and immunological characteristics of a novel...

Abstract Autophagy affects the development, progression, and prognosis of various cancers including pancreatic cancer. To develop an autophagy-related prognostic model of... Read more ...

Chiral nanomaterials for tumor therapy: autophagy, apoptosis, and...

Chirality is a fundamental characteristic of natural molecules and a crucial factor in the biochemical reactions of living cells and organisms. Recently, researchers have... Read more ...

Ramil the snow leopard tests positive for COVID at the San Diego Zoo

Zoo staff say the animal's symptoms are mild and are still investigating how he got infected Read more ...

Enhanced lignin biodegradation by consortium of white rot fungi: microbial...

As one of the major components of lignocellulosic biomass, lignin has been considered as the most abundant renewable aromatic feedstock in the world. Comparing with thermal or... Read more ...

Design and heterologous expression of a novel dimeric LL37 variant in Pichia...

The antimicrobial peptide LL37 is produced by white blood cells and various epithelial cells, and has the outstanding advantages of participating in immune regulation, causing... Read more ...