Only a short post but hey, bloggers gonna blog! Also please try to appreciate the pun title by the end of this blog, I’m so happy I came up with it! So I am now about two thirds of the … Continue reading Split me baby one more time!
If you’ve come to this post excited in the hopes of creating your own superhuman buddy, I’m sorry to disappoint (I really am because that sounds awesome!). Sadly, I’m not making mutants in the sense of Wolverine but mutating a … Continue reading Making mutants
Most of us have been affected by it or know someone who has and with 356,860 cases in the UK alone in 2014 (according to CRUK) it is arguably the most prevalent disease in the world – I’m of course … Continue reading Cancer metabolism & invasion
DEF6 is a curious molecule. Whilst it is crucial for the proper function of our adaptive immune system, it was only isolated in 2003 and still very little is known about it. I am currently in the midst of my … Continue reading DEF6: The ins and outs
Welcome to GenBio Corp, your favourite generic biological corporation. Here at GenBio Corp we are resolute in our aim to help the progression of mankind for the future. As children are our future, we hold them in the highest regard … Continue reading Like father, like genetically-altered son
I have recently begun a project as part of my master’s year for university, focussing on a key molecule in cells that coordinate the immune response. Having been given insight into the complex and fascinating workings of the immune system, … Continue reading Let’s have a T (cell) party!
Welcome to the first post of Tucking Into Science!! There will be many more posts to come in the future but to start off with I’ll be looking at a paper entitled “RNA regulons in Hox 5′ UTRs confer ribosome specificity to … Continue reading Ribosome regulation gone viral!