Signal transduction pathways regulate diverse processes in cell division, development, and differentiation.
Biological membranes are complex and dynamic ensembles of lipids and proteins, which define the limits of cells and organelles and carry out a variety of specialized functions.
The proper functioning of a cell and its ultimate developmental fate is determined by specific patterns of gene expression.
Cell Biology is the study of the structure and function of cells, fundamental units of life that become organized into tissues and organisms.
The three-dimensional structures of biological molecules, their interactions and molecular motion provide the fundamental basis for understanding how they mediate their functions.
Biochemistry is the central discipline in the discovery of new medicines.
Biochemical research programs are becoming increasingly reliant on adopting computer-based approaches for the integration and visualization of so-called “big data”.
The study of prokaryotes and phage has implication for human disease and the development of new technologies.