Mapping The Diabetes Network

Researchers have combined genomics, proteomics and metabolomics data to create a comprehensive map of how insulin affects cells.

Understanding How Red Blood Cells Grow Up

A team of researchers has discovered how red blood cells mature and revealed the changes that give mature red blood cells their characteristic shape and deformability.

Fishing Out Cancer Regulators With Molecular Baits

Using an anti-cancer drug as a bait, researchers have successfully fished out cancer regulating histone deacetylase proteins.

Why Stop At One? Researchers Make 10,000 Ribozyme Mutants At Once

Researchers in Japan have created over 10,000 mutants of a ribozyme simultaneously, helping them understand which chemical bases are important for ribozyme activity.

10 ’Omics You Need To Know

Confused by the proliferation of ‘omics but don’t want to be left behind? Fret not, Asian Scientist Magazine has got you covered with our handy explainer on the hottest ‘omics around.

Genome Of Industrial Microorganism Reveals High Tolerance Of Toxic Chemicals

Not only is Clostridium tyrobutyricum able to produce butyric acid, it is also has a higher tolerance to toxic 1-butanol than other bacterial strains.

Live Labeling Of Tagged Proteins In Minutes

Fluorescent probes that can quickly label His-tagged proteins in live cells could help scientists monitor microscopic events in real-time.

The Proteins That Determine In IVF Success

A proteomics approach has shown that proteins involved in metabolism and cell adhesion can determine how receptive the womb is to IVF treatment.

First Map Of TB Bacteria Proteome

A map covering 95 percent of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis proteome could help researchers find new drugs and vaccines against tuberculosis.