- Super Resolution and Expansion Microscopy Roundtable: Boyden and DanzlMicroscopy methods today are enabling researchers to see small details within cells, previously undetectable by light microscopy. Chief Editor Barbara Cheifet speaks with Drs. Ed Boyden and Johann Danzl about the technological advances and challenges in the fields of super resolution and expansion microscopy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
- Single-cell metabolomics Roundtable: Alexandrov and LeSingle-cell metabolomics is focused on detecting, understanding, and interpreting metabolites and lipids at single-cell resolution. Theodore Alexandrov and Anne Le discuss recent technical advances in the field with Chief Editor Barbara Cheifet. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
- Microbiome Roundtable: Fischbach and MazmanianChief Editor Barbara Cheifet speaks with Drs. Michael Fischbach and Sarkis Mazmanian about recent work uncovering functional roles for our microbiomes and what is needed to bring microbiome therapies to the clinic. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
- Xenotransplantation Roundtable: Locke and SykesJayme Locke and Megan Sykes discuss advances in xenotransplantation with Chief Editor Barbara Cheifet, including details of the recent transplants of pig heart and kidney into braindead patients, as well as the questions researchers and clinicians are asking next. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
- PROTACs Roundtable: Bertozzi and DeshaiesSenior Editor Markus Elsner has a discussion with Ray Deshaies and Carolyn Bertozzi about PROTACs, small molecules that have the potential to treat previously-undruggable targets in clinical applications. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
- 3D Genome Roundtable: Pombo and Phillips-CreminsAna Pombo and Jennifer Phillips-Cremins talk with senior editor Barbara Cheifet about how new methods to look at the 3D genome are providing insights into the links between genome structure and cellular function. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
- Bioengineered scaffolds repair the uterus in rabbitsA recent Nature Biotechnology paper from Tony Atala and colleagues at Wake Forest describes the use of bioengineered scaffolds to repair substantial injuries to rabbit uteri, supporting pregnancies and live births. Senior Editor Irene Jarchum discusses...
- Worms and gut microbes team up to kill corn pestDavid Shapiro Ilan talks to Senior Editor Susan Jones about a paper in the May issue where Ricardo Machado and colleagues describe how bacterial symbionts of nematodes are evolved to help these worms kill a devastating crop pest: Western Corn Rootworm....