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Yale launches new stem cell research program

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Yale launches new stem cell research program

Leading biologist joins faculty to direct effort

Stem cells, which can create copies of themselves that differentiate into many of the myriad cell types that form the body’s tissues and organs, have been much in the news as a potentially powerful treatment for diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, heart disease, spinal cord...

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Throwing new light on cellular networks

Throwing new light on cellular networks

Biologists have made remarkable progress in understanding life at the cellular and molecular levels over the past 20 years, but they have been hobbled in moving forward by their inability to easily study how the...

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Protein sleuths’ lab works around the clock

Protein sleuths’ lab works around the clock

The complete gene sequence of humans has been solved, but the genome is just a recipe for proteins, the building blocks that are crucial to the structure and function of every cell in our bodies. To truly understand the...

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An eye for science

An eye for science

The TAC Gallery, located in the School of Medicine’s Anlyan Center, showcases scientific images created in medical school laboratories. Co-directed by Lorraine F. Roseman, operations manager and customer advocate in the...

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