Researchers from The Sainsbury Lab, UK, discuss the applications and impact of the latest genome editing tool in plants, CRISPR/Cas
Caroline Sabin and Steven Deeks debate the different standpoints taken by US and European guidelines on when to start antiretroviral HIV therapy
In a special series, Alzheimer’s Research & Therapy discusses current insights into chronic traumatic encephalopathy, speaking to several experts in the field
Pre-exposure prophylaxis drugs were approved in the US in 2012. Controversy around their use persists in Europe, as Jean-Michel Molina discusses
Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic discusses the latest in stem cell research and tissue engineering and suggests what the future may hold
BMC Medicine’s Current Controversies in Psychiatry is a collection of articles addressing key challenges in mental health, and focuses on precision medicine to understand vulnerability and specific therapies.
As part of the Investigative Genetics series on DNA fingerprinting, Sir Alec Jeffreys discusses the impact of his discovery of this technique
What regulates cell architecture? How does a cell know what size to be? BMC Biology addresses these questions and more in its series on Cell Geometry.
Evolutionary biologist Soojin Yi spoke to Biome about the surprising discovery of DNA methylation in nematodes and ciliates
A collection of articles in Stem Cell Research & Therapy covers the latest on the biophysical regulation of stem cells in tissue development