Cell Biology

LabRoots Cell Biology 2017 is coming up quickly! Join us on September 27th – 28th to learn about new advances in basic biology and recent tools and techniques in cell research. Meet with like-minded colleagues and discuss the latest developments in Cell Biology and how interdisciplinary research is helping basic research integrate with new...

Cell Biology, the study of the physiological properties, structure, organelles, environmental interactions, life cycle, and division and death of cells, is a fascinating field that spans most scientific disciplines. Cell Biology encompasses the cross-discipline applications of cell imaging, stem cells, cell physiology and structure, cell signaling, cell culture, and translational biology, and integrates them into...

The LabRoots Molecular Diagnostics virtual conference is coming up next week! We are excited to bring you this inaugural event in a field that is growing so quickly and bringing new advancements to the lab and clinic. The conference is a premiere venue for scientists, technologists, and professionals to discuss and present the newest developments in...

This week, the LabRoots team is taking a trip to Atlanta, Georgia for the Pittcon 2016 conference. We are joining the global exposition, which gives the opportunity for attendees to learn about the  latest in laboratory instrumentation, watch live demos and seminars, talk with technical experts, and discover solutions to laboratory challenges. LabRoots is excited...

LabRoots is proud to announce the addition of this new feature to our virtual conferences. Get your Poster in front of several thousand scientists and professionals from around the world!     We are excited to bring posters to our virtual events. Posters are a great way for researchers to share their most current results with the global...

The Laboratory Animal Sciences virtual conference is upon us! Starting this Wednesday, February 3rd, the 2-day event will feature world renown speakers who will teach attendees about optimizing design, conduct, and reproducibility in animal studies. Presentations will include advice on risks of bias in research and how to control them, creating the right animal program...

Welcome to the New Year! For LabRoots, the New Year brings the launch of our new Trending newsletter by category! Beginning in January, the Trending newsletter will get a face-lift. Our general Trending newsletter will still be coming to you two days per week. In order to offer you added information and news on the...

The LabRoots team is headed to the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) 2015 Annual Meeting in San Diego, California where we'll be exhibiting on the trade show floor. We'll be exhibiting from Sunday, December 13th to Tuesday December 15th so be sure to come by and say hi! As usual, we're excited to join...

Scientists find just a few microbes are needed to infect lymph node, cause disease A long-held theory about how bubonic plague is caused has been flipped on its head, according to scientists. Researchers from the UNC School of Medicine found that instead of using host cells, some of the plague-causing bacteria travel to lymph nodes in small...

Researchers have found that a protein vital for cell health that has recently been associated with cancer and diabetes, can juggle its cellular to-do list—in effect having two alike protein parts split the workload. A key protein for most life forms—the TH enzyme (transhydrogenase)—works inside mitochondria. “Despite its importance, TH has been one of the least-studied mitochondrial...