An actin-ratchet tightens the contractile ring that severs budding daughter cells from their yeast mothers.
Julia Zeitlinger, PhD, a Stowers Institute assistant investigator, has been named the recipient of the 2011 Hudson Prize by the M.R. and Evelyn Hudson Foundation.
A team of Stowers scientists led by Ali Shilatifard, PhD, defines biochemical crosstalk between DNA interacting proteins and their modifications.
Stowers scientists use fruit flies to reveal unknown function of a transcriptional regulator of development and cancer.
A study from Rong Li, PhD, and team provides new insight into cell motility, a complex and integrated process, which, when gone awry, can lead to various disease conditions.
With modern science splintering into ever more specialties, collaborations across disciplines have taken the place of Renaissance men who could do it all.
The Stowers Institute for Medical Research was ranked among the top 10 U.S. institutions listed as “Best Places to Work: Postdocs,” The Scientist announced today.
Researchers at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research report how the RNA TER1, a component of telomerase, is sculpted to favor interaction with its protein partner.
Researchers from the Yu Lab at the Stowers Institute present a new model for how the brain is organized to process odor information.