Scientists find how nematodes use key hormones to take over root cells Roger Meissen | MU Bond Life Sciences Center This Arabidopsis root shows how the beet cyst nematode activates cytokinin signaling in the syncytium 10 days after infection. The root fluoresces green when the TCSn gene associated with cytokinin activation…
By Jennifer Lu | MU Bond Life Sciences Center For Shan-Lu Liu, thinking outside the box meant putting an antiviral protein inside HIV-infected cells, rather than into…
Chris Pires and an international team gained insight into how Brassicales plants and butterflies genetically co-evolved over millions of years.
Stefan Sarafianos' lab figured out how to get the full picture of a key HIV protein used to construct the capsid shell surrounding the virus' genes. The journal Science recently pulished this finding.
California mice exposed to bisphenol A (BPA) or ethinyl estradiol changed their parenting behavior, according to an MU Bond LSC study.
Bond LSC researchers showed for the first time ever that a grass, Setaria viridis, can receive 100 percent of its nitrogen needs from bacteria when associated with plant root surfaces. This grass will now serve as model for research into biological nitrogen fixation that could benefit crop development.
“Fieldwork” means many things to researchers, but in the past it often meant working without easy access to communication.
Now cell phones allow my students visiting the La Selva Biological Station in the lowland rainforest of Costa Rica to remain connected.
Gary Weisman has been investigating one criminal for the past 30 years.
And he’s certain there’s a way to prevent negative effects of the unsolved case of inflammation.
Meet Matthew Salie, who works to grow chubbier plants in the lab of Bond LSC's Jay Thelen. We highlight Salie and list all poster award winners from Missouri Life Sciences Week 2015
Bond LSC raised $600 for the Food Bank of Central and Northeast Missouri as participants in the Float Your Boat event.