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X inactivation process
X inactivation is a vital process that occurs in all DNA-containing cells of the female body. It is also an important research model and tool for studying...
Growing breast stem cells
An overview of the human mammary gland with a focus on the role of breast stem cells during pregnancy.
Breast cancer animation still image
This animation visualises research published in Nature Medicine (Vol 15, Issue 8, 2009) by the laboratory of Jane Visvader and Geoffrey Lindeman.
Inflammasome animation still
The process of inflammation in type 2 diabetes via the 'inflammasome'.
Breast stem cells
How breast stem cells respond to steroid hormone despite the cells not having any steroid receptors.
Central dogma
The dynamics and molecular shapes were based on X-ray crystallographic models and other published scientific data sets.
Central dogma
A selection of biomedical animations that explore the human body at the microscopic and molecular scale.
Clonal selection
'Fighting Infection by Clonal Selection' was created to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Burnet's Clonal Selection theory.
Beta insulin release
How insulin is normally produced in the body and how its production is destroyed in type 1 diabetes.