A review article highlights the latest science in this field, focusing on protein droplets termed, “ectopic condensates."
New research illuminates the properties of protein-RNA droplets.
A study in Nature Communications outlines physical rules regulating the architecture of these liquid organelles.
Such bubble-like structures — crafted without traditional lipid building blocks — could potentially be engineered to deliver drugs, researchers say.
Physicists use model systems to explore the forces that may be at play.
Membrane-less organelles, found inside human cells, have a variety of important biological functions, from gene regulation to stress response.
The minimally invasive technique could lead to advances in mapping the brain and treating neurological disease.
Researchers show that they can quickly measure a protein’s microscopic movements, opening new possibilities in medical research.
New research illuminates some basic properties of these eccentric marvels of biology.