Mapping cellular turnover sheds light on the balance between renewal and stability in our bodies
Competition for treatment in a cellular organelle may be decided on the basis of need
Synthetic cells reveal the secrets of protein affinity in living cells
Applying physics to studying heart cells reveals a spring-and-treadmill-like mechanism that keeps them beating
Pairing cells makes the smaller ones easier to study
A first-ever study of enzyme efficiency inside living cells reveals a surprising constraint on their activities
Self-assembling protein complexes based on a single mutation could provide scaffolding for nanostructures
A cutting-edge instrument sees individual cells as they flow past at a rate of 5000 a second
How do the cells that secrete saliva or tears handle the load?
Why does some RNA stay in the nucleus rather than rushing off to make proteins?