Latest European Molecular Biology Laboratory Stories
Researchers have identified a novel protein complex that regulates around 4000 genes in the fruit fly Drosophila and likely plays an important role in mammals, too.
This image may bring to mind a patchwork quilt, or a picture taken from a gallery of abstract paintings, but the artisan behind it is actually Mother Nature, with a little help from scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany.
EMBL scientists identify molecules that ensure red blood cell production.
BURLINGAME, Calif., May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) had teamed up with leading public-domain data providers European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), the U.S.
During embryonic development, proteins called Polycomb group complexes turn genes off when and where their activity must not be present, preventing specialized tissues and organs from forming in the wrong places.
Scientists have developed a new computational model to uncover gene regulation, the key to how our body develops â€“ and how it can go wrong.
EMBL-EBI researchers present global map of human gene expression.
EMBL scientists identify the genes involved in cell division in humans.
The key to human individuality may lie not in our genes, but in the sequences that surround and control them.
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