Laminins are known as “God’s molecule”. In most textbook images they are drawn as cross-shaped with three short arms and one long arm due to their appearance in rotary shadowing electron micrographs (see… Continue reading
Last week was National Science week and schools around the country were doing things a little differently. Showing kids the “cool” side of science and what potential careers a degree in science can… Continue reading
This is the first of a new series of posts where we highlight recent developments in laminin research. In the first few months of 2018 there have been a little flurry of papers showing… Continue reading
Basement membranes hold your tissue together. This page will introduce these key structural features in an easy way.
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How well did you learn your grammar? This quiz will put you to the test…