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Research News - 2021

Press releases and articles on BDR's latest research.

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Nov. 26, 2021 Research

After fertilization, the mammalian egg organizes itself to safeguard paternal genomic material and ensure healthy offspring

Nov. 1, 2021 Research

A high-resolution structural analysis reveals insights into the specificity and function of an essential signaling protein

Oct. 21, 2021 Research

Microsecond-scale simulations are helping scientists understand how drugs ‘navigate the crowd’ inside cells

Oct. 18, 2021 Research

Degradation of mRNA induced by fluid flow causes the left side of an embryo to develop differently from the right side

Oct. 6, 2021 Research

Atlas of hair follicle development could lead to new therapies for hair-loss disorders

Jul. 22, 2021 Research

Jul. 20, 2021 Research

The skin’s basement membrane is highly specialized to enable molecular crosstalk between different tissue types

Jul. 16, 2021 Research

Jun. 24, 2021 Research

A gene that was assumed mainly to determine eye color in fruit flies also affects gut stem cells, and could play a role in colorectal cancer in people

May 25, 2021 Research

May 7, 2021 Research

Two proteins strengthen the extracellular matrix between the tendon and exoskeleton of fruit flies—but in very different ways

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The likely adaptive trajectories for viruses and bacteria might be fewer than previously thought, and there may be implications for the superbugs crisis.

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Signals carried in laser light enable researchers to non-invasively monitor chemical changes in cells undergoing reprogramming

Feb. 10, 2021 Research

Next stop: clinical hair regeneration

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