Tag Archives: endosymbiosis

Dinosaurs and cellular differentiation

You can support this research through Patreon. Learn more about these interesting structures by visiting the bottom of the page containing photomicrographs. Sometimes scientists get very polarized, just like politicians. For example, were the dinosaurs killed by an asteroid, volcanoes, … Continue reading

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This photograph is inconsistent with a eukaryotic chromosome that contains only simple, linear DNA

You can support this research through Patreon. UV photomicrograph of remnants of mouse L1210 cells stained with acridine orange (400x  magnification) This remarkable photograph was taken at an Ohio State University laboratory over 20 years ago. To date, I have … Continue reading

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Why are pluripotent stem cells falling short of expectations?

You can support this research through Patreon. There has been a lot of research over the last few years focused on turning adult stem cells into induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells). This was originally accomplished by using viral vectors … Continue reading

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Introduction

My blog is about the possible evolution of eukaryotes from prokaryotes which has been a topic of considerable controversy. Recently, a publication has been forthcoming that suggests that eukaryotes did indeed evolve from prokaryotes…at least once through a chromosomal fusion … Continue reading

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