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A cellular shock absorber

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published July 19th, 2016

How talin structure makes it an ideal force buffer

Multicolor super resolution imaging

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published June 16th, 2016

Using multicolor super resolution imaging to monitor simultaneously talin stretching and binding of vinculin to talin

Shaping lumens by force

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published March 8th, 2016

How extracellular matrix scaffolding guides lumen elongation

To proliferate or not? ECM topography can dictate!

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published February 23rd, 2016

MBI Scientists reveal the effects of ECM topography on the proliferation of normal and cancer cells

A tool for point of care cancer diagnostics and treatment

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published February 12th, 2016

Researchers at the CT Lim MechanoBioEngineering Laboratory create a spiral microfluidic chip for isolating cancer cells

A bacterial molecular switch between virulence or dormancy

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published February 6th, 2016

The Kenney lab discover a dual role for SsrB in Salmonella pathogenesis

MBI PI Lim Chwee Teck honoured with appointment to AIMBE

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published January 29th, 2016

Prof Lim elected to the Fellowship in recognition of his research efforts in developing biomedical technologies that can directly benefit patient communities

Role of cell geometry in shaping cell behaviour

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published January 22nd, 2016

The Shivashankar lab discovers minute cytoskeletal structures in more dynamic nuclei

Nascent adhesions form independently of surface rigidity

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published December 18th, 2015

These early adhesions develop into mature cell matrix adhesions for mechanosensing

H-NS proteins as gene silencers

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published December 16th, 2015

A gene-silencing nucleoprotein filament formed by H-NS family proteins.

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