Latest Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Stories
The secret to pushing tomato plants to produce more fruit might not lie in an extra dose of Miracle-Gro.
New York Plant Genomics Consortium maps evolutionary relationships, gene functions for 150 species.
Cancer researchers at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) have carried out the first comprehensive study of the changes seen in the DNA of a patient with mast cell leukemia (MCL), an extremely aggressive subtype of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) with a very poor prognosis.
Something rotten never smelled so sweet.
Anthony Scotto, proprietor of the popular Blackstone and Rare650 Steakhouses, is proud to announce the grand opening of another extraordinary restaurant on Long Island â€“ Insignia Prime Steak
A cell's genome maintains its integrity by organizing some of its regions into a super-compressed form of DNA called heterochromatin.
Scientists at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) have solved part of a puzzle concerning the relationship between changes in the strength of synapses – the tiny gaps across which nerve cells in the brain communicate – and dysfunctions in neural circuits that have been linked with drug addiction, mental retardation and other cognitive disorders.
At the same time that a cell's DNA gets duplicated, a third of it gets super-compacted into repetitive clumps called heterochromatin.
In order for cells of different types to maintain their identities even after repeated rounds of cell division, each cell must "remember" which genes were active before division and pass along that memory to its daughter cells.
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