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SciShots: Brain tumors in high-res

June 30, 2022

Scientists are using tumor “spheroids” to study glioblastoma, a deadly brain cancer

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SciShots: The labyrinthian protein factory of the cell

May 6, 2022

Graphics software for microscope imagery lights up the endoplasmic reticulum 

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SciShots: Gentle imaging for delicate cells

April 15, 2022

Examining fine details for longer time periods

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SciShots: Exploring cellular variability

June 10, 2022

Scientists are studying the wide range of “normal” within human cells 

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SciShots: The labyrinthian protein factory of the cell

May 6, 2022

Graphics software for microscope imagery lights up the endoplasmic reticulum 

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SciShots: Gentle imaging for delicate cells

April 15, 2022

Examining fine details for longer time periods

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SciShots: Modeling for the masses

April 8, 2022

New tool helps scientists see how E. coli finds its center

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Online simulations offer scientists new views inside cells

April 4, 2022

Simularium Viewer provides interactive visual outputs of computational, biological models 

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SciShots: Rare kraken cell line released

April 1, 2022

Illuminating structures in Magnumlolligo glacies cells with unprecedented detail

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SciShots: One happy cell (nucleus)

March 25, 2022

Explorations of the nuclear envelope, the thin membrane surrounding a cell’s chromosomes, reveal unexpected wrinkles 

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SciShots: Cellular scaffolding

February 4, 2022

Computer animation techniques light up cells’ inner workings

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SciShots: An assortment of heart cells

January 21, 2022

Scientists are capturing the wide visual diversity of human cells

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News from the Allen Institute for Cell Science: December 2021

December 16, 2021

Highlights include: a new editorial that argues more diverse models are needed for basic and disease human research, a new article on gene expression in cardiomyocytes, new cell lines, upcoming events, and more.

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It’s time to incorporate diversity into our basic science and disease models

November 29, 2021

It’s time to incorporate diversity into our basic science and disease models. Leaders in cell biology share their perspectives including our Rick Horwitz, and Ru Gunawardane.

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Open for (cell) science tutorials

September 8, 2021

Join us for a series of tutorials showcasing open resources from the Allen Cell Explorer.

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Share methods through visual and digital protocols

July 21, 2021

See how our teams — and others — are developing effective protocols to equip researchers with essential skills and ensure that experiments can be replicated.

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News from the Allen Institute for Cell Science: July 2021

July 15, 2021

Highlights include a new study that takes a deep dive into detailed images of human heart cells, new cell lines and plasmids, upcoming tutorials, and more.

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To understand human cells, scientists look beyond genes

June 16, 2021

Deep dive into detailed images of human heart cells uncovers a disconnect between gene expression and cell structure

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News from the Allen Institute for Cell Science: April 2021

April 22, 2021

Highlights include: our latests Science in Sixty video featuring Ru Gunawardane, Ph.D., a new Cell Shorts video, new cell lines and plasmids, upcoming webinars, and more.

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Science in Sixty | Ru Gunawardane

April 12, 2021

Ru Gunawardane, Ph.D., is the Executive Director of the Allen Institute for Cell Science, where she leads a team of scientists, engineers, artists and other experts, all working together to understand how our cells function.

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Cell Shorts | Building a better model of blindness and eye disease

March 3, 2021

Researchers at the University of Washington are working on growing human retinal tissue in the lab to better understand macular degeneration, glaucoma and other vision disorders

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News from the Allen Institute for Cell Science: December 2020

December 1, 2020

Highlights include: new CRISPRi cell lines, funding through the NIH's 4D Nucleome program, upcoming events, and more.

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