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Research in Molecular Biology at Princeton addresses biological questions in five broad areas.
Biochemistry, Biophysics & Structural Biology
Cell Biology, Development & Cancer
Genetics & Genomics
Microbiology & Virology
Petry finds missing ingredient to spark the fireworks of life
Using a novel imaging technique, Sabine Petry and the researchers in her lab were able to show that a protein called XMAP215 is necessary to creating the nucleus of each microtubule.
Immune cell provides cradle for mammary stem cells
Research Day spotlights innovative work across University
MOL senior Gaby Joseph wins 2018 Spirit of Princeton award
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Weizmann Institute of Science
The biomass distribution on earth
Hong-Wei Wang (Tsinghua University)
Dissecting the mechanism of RNA metabolism machineries using Cryo-EM
Princeton - Nature Conference: Frontiers in Electron Microscopy for the Physical and Life Sciences
Frontiers in Electron Microscopy for the Physical and Life Sciences
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Miller RA, Shi Y, Lu W, Pirman DA, Jatkar A, Blatnik M, et al
Targeting hepatic glutaminase activity to ameliorate hyperglycemia.
Nat Med. 2018 ;24(4):518-524.
Sonnett M, Yeung E, Wühr M
Accurate, Sensitive, and Precise Multiplexed Proteomics Using the Complement Reporter Ion Cluster.
Anal Chem. 2018 ;.
Zhao EM, Zhang Y, Mehl J, Park H, Lalwani MA, Toettcher JE, et al
Optogenetic regulation of engineered cellular metabolism for microbial chemical production.
Nature. 2018 ;555(7698):683-687.
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