A new gene expression study reveals broad cellular diversity as well as possibly ancient connections between the nervous, immune, and digestive systems.
A new study shows how the Vietnam War–era initiative shaped a generation of star physician-researchers—and offers lessons that can be applied today.
New work shows that the proteins, long treated as boring spools for DNA, are key to the origin story for eukaryotes and still play important roles in disease.
Inside cells, droplets called condensates merge, divide, and dissolve. Their dance may regulate vital processes.