Much like GPS revolutionized our understanding of geography, the advent of robotics and miniaturization is enabling scientists to see a part of ourselves that we might not have known existed.
Researchers at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research have solved the three-dimensional structure of a complex that is essential for the correct sorting of chromosomes into eggs and sperm during reproductive cell division or meiosis.
New findings from the Gerton Lab at the Stowers Institute suggest that ribosomal DNA copy number could be used to predict which cancers will be sensitive to DNA-damaging chemotherapeutics.
Competing regulatory genes "talk" to each other to maintain balance of cell state, according to new research from the Krumlauf Lab at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research.
Researchers from the Stowers Institute for Medical Research have identified an unprecedented genetic survival strategy that would be right at home in an Agatha Christie murder mystery novel.
Recsearch from the Zeitlinger Lab at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research show the effects of polymerase pausing on on the overall process of transcription.
The scientific research culture at the Stowers Institute encourages individuals at any stage of the career continuum to push themselves to the forefront of their field.
They put themselves first, don’t help others, and will do anything to get ahead. They’re “selfish genes,” and they may offer new insight into infertility, disease, and even evolution.
Investigator Ting Xie, PhD, was recently awarded a new grant by the National Eye Institute of the National Institutes of Health to study aspects of mammalian eye development and function.