Pathways involved in the development of neurodegenerative diseases are evolutionarily conserved in humans and fruit flies.
Chromatin released from dying cancer cells can penetrate healthy cells and make them cancerous. This raises questions about conventional theories of cancer metastasis and also opens up new avenues for cancer diagnostics.
Collaboration between IISc Bangalore and IISER Pune scientists uncovers a mechanism of antibiotic tolerance in bacteria, involving H2S gas.
Researchers sequence 392 varieties of pigeonpea to find genomic regions associated with better yield and increased tolerance for biotic and abiotic stress
Study uses fractal techniques to quantify differences in drug-resistant TB strains
Inducing autophagy can provide respite from Parkinson's-like symptoms by not allowing misfolded proteins to accumulate in cells.
DNA bank at the Centre for Wildlife, Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), Bareilly, would use genetic technologies to supplement ongoing efforts in wildlife conservation.