Review in Nature Reviews Mol Cell Biol - Cell cycle control in cancer
In their review article published in Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, Helen Matthews (University of Sheffield), Cosetta Bertolli and Rob de Bruin discuss cell cycle control in cancer.
Antiphospholipid antibodies and neurological manifestation of COVID-19
Antiphospholipid antibodies are a group of antibodies that can be pathological. Moreover, the persistence of such antibodies are associated with thrombosis and neurological manifestations that lead to Antiphospholipid Syndrome; a multisystem, poly-symptomatic chronic disease that requires long-term treatment with anticoagulation.
BAME university award gap may be due to exams, not coursework
The gap in university marks awarded between white and minority ethnic students in the UK may be due to exam scores and not coursework, finds an analysis of cell biology courses led by Louise Cramer. The report, published in eLife, also includes recommendations to help close the aw
Chantal Roubinet on her recent publication in Current Biology
In her recent publication in Current Biology, Chantal Roubinet studied assymetric nuclear division in Drosophila neural stem cells and found that the daughter nuclei differed in chromatin organisation, envelope composition and size. We've asked her to tell us about the research.