Continuing the evolution of Science writing theme, this post looks at use/utilize and its implications. #sciencewriting #utilize
Is Science becoming more novel?
Scientific papers describe new research findings. Yet, it seems that a greater proportion of papers feel it is necessary to point that out. Why is that?
New Paper Published – Is exposure to ECM enough to cause epithelial transdifferentiation?
New paper from Tiago Ramos demonstrating conjunctiva and corneal plasticity when exposed to cell-derived matrix.
#laminin #ECM #cornea #conjunctiva
New paper published – LaNts and laminin polymerisation review
New paper on laNts, laminin and netrins in basement membranes.
New paper published – identifying a miRNA target for glaucoma treatment
I’m very pleased to announce that our recent work has been published in the journal Genes (click the image below … More
New paper published – B1 repetitive sequence methylation enhances second-degree burn wound healing
Congrats to Jiraroch Meevassana on his new paper on improving burn wound repair via treatment with B1 siRNA.
New paper published – Laminin N-terminus alpha31 (LaNt a31) protein distribution in adult human tissues
New paper out – LaNt a31 distribution in human tissue.
Cool pics galore!
New paper out – the road to conjunctival happiness
Overview of our paper:
Mass Spectrometry Reveals α-2-HS-Glycoprotein as a Key Early Extracellular Matrix Protein for Conjunctival Cells
New paper out – CRISPRing laminins
Attempts at genome editing laminin beta 1 with Dendra2 photoconvertible tag
Life in the Laminin Lab #6 – Intros
Like to see more of our new cartoon series? #5 seems like a good place to start! Don’t be like … More