Mitochondria on the Fritz? Just,Replace Them – A simple but unexpected discovery – “Mitochondria can be introduced into cells by simply co-incubating the two, allowing cells with damaged or dysfunctional mitochondria to recover efficient respiration.”
p53 & MicroRNA – Comment on a long-time favorite focus for cancer researchers, p53, and a relative newcomer hot-topic, microRNAs.
And lastly, check out Suzanne’s list of alternative careers for scientists. In a work-world where even very good scientists are getting competed out of research jobs, we have to consider alternatives. I can relate.
* = Okay, I included Nature Precedings and the Cell Migration Consortium, but the former is comments-enabled, and the latter is close enough. And, well, Suzanne’s is right here on Bitesize Bio, but it was such a good read.
Rumour has it that many people who work in a lab enjoy cooking. And, when asked by a non-biologist family member how they spend their days in the laboratory, molecular biologists might answer that doing experiments is similar to cooking. Apart from the organisational parallels that can be drawn between following a protocol and a […]
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