A new method, developed by Dr. Yonatan Stelzer, uncovered some fateful cellular decisions right at the beginning of embryonic development
Physicists and biologists team up to show that even the simplest biological developmental patterns may require some noise to be formed
Keeping the tiny "brains" flat enabled researchers to follow the process of wrinkling, step by step
Videos of forming embryonic blood vessels reveal the presence of unusual cells and the unexpected role of a well-known gene in creating blood
Protein “brakes” that stay nerve cell pruning early on may malfunction in ALS and other disorders
How can damaged tissue be safely renewed?
How do cells fuse to form muscle fibers?
Weizmann Institute findings in mice may help explain how viral infection during pregnancy raises the risk of autism and schizophrenia in the...
How do neurons decide when to grow and when to stop growing?
Before anything else, a stem cell must first put the brakes on its “stem-cell” program