10 links to some popular blogs of the molecular and cellular biosciences:
Bacillus? Acinetobacter? Thermus?!? – Rosie takes us through her thought process in developing an experiment on growth conditions, while she considers what organism to use.
These Cells are Left-Handed – Some comments on the influence of chirality on cell polarity.
Chlamydomonas Swims Across the Line – The plant that swims gets its genome sequenced.
TRPV1 Ion Channels – A student answers his professor’s question about a ligand-gated ion channel, and what was done to test its interactions with anesthetics.
Microcosm: Unveiling the New Book (Or At Least Its Cover) – Here’s teaser on a new book on the horizon.
MicrobeWorld: what have you done? – Sandra catches a bunch of microbiologists mistaking a bacterium for a virus.
Do Bacteria Age? – Well, do they?
A Fever for Enzymes – Explanations of how temperature relates to enzymatic reaction rates, sparked by one of our posts.
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1946 – “for his discovery that enzymes can be crystallized.”
5 Facts (and Caveats) About DNA Profiling – Commentary on five facts about DNA profiling that people should know.