Researchers from the lab of Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado, PhD, characterized in detail the similar yet unique traits of a newly discovered fresh-water flatworm from Guanajuato, Mexico.
New research from the lab of Stowers Investigator Paul Trainor, PhD, examines key genes and pathways that when mutated, disrupt ribosome formation and ribosomal RNA transcription, leading to neural crest cell death and subsequent disorders of the head and face.
Ahead of the American Century Championship, KSHB 41, the local NBC affiliate in Kansas City, MO visited to the institute to highlight the incredible work conducted by our scientists.
The architecture and firing mechanism of the starlet sea anemone’s stinging organelle is fully resolved in new research from Ahmet Karabulut, a predoctoral researcher in the Gibson Lab at the Stowers Institute. The findings may have applications for designing microscopic medical devices to deliver medicines at the cellular level.
New research from the lab of Randal Halfmann, PhD, has uncovered the thermodynamic forces required to drive an immune system response in an irrevocable, switch-like nature.