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Kanpur | Jun 17, 2020
A Novel Approach to Tracking Cellular Ancestry, Computationally

In a recent study published in Nature Communications, researchers have described a new statistical method, ‘LinTIMaT’, for reconstructing cellular lineages, giving scientists the ability to deduce the evolution of cells in a biologically growing system.

General, Science, Technology, Engineering, Deep-dive
Bombay | Aug 17, 2018
Photo : Purabi Deshpande / Research Matters

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, study the changes in cell morphology at different cell densities.

General, Science, News
Bengaluru | Jul 17, 2018

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, display how a class of toxins, called the pore-forming toxins, work to destroy our cells.

General, Health, Deep-dive
Bengaluru | Dec 14, 2017

Photo : Siddharth Kankaria / Research Matters

In an interdepartmental collaborative study, scientists from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, study live cells under the microscope. Using a novel experimental setup to stretch cells, the scientists are able to observe cellular phenomenon like mechanotransduction.

General, Science, Technology
Dharwad | Dec 6, 2017
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Historically silk threads have been used for medical applications like sutures. In modern times silk mats are increasingly being recognized as a promising material for regenerative surgery. Researchers from Karnataka University, Dharwad explore the healing properties of silk mats made from wild species of silkworm Antheraea mylitta or tasar silkworm.

General, Science, Technology, Health
Bengaluru | Nov 20, 2017

Many important process in the body require the movement of cells. From forming our fingers during the development of an embryo to healing wounds in adults, all are possible due to cell movement. But how does cell know in what direction it should move? A collaborative study from Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), Woods Hole, USA comprising researchers from NCBS Bangalore, National Institutes of Health and Harvard Medical School, USA, find strong evidence for the ‘cytoskeletal force model’, which is one way of explaining how cells move.

General, Science
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