Wistar Wire

Ben Leach
This month, we cover an ambitious worldwide "atlas" of all cell types in the human body and the upcoming Philadelphia Science Festival.
Ben Leach
Frank J. Rauscher, III, Ph.D.
Frank J. Rauscher, III, Ph.D.
A new study by The Wistar Institute’s Frank Rauscher, III, Ph.D., suggests that modifying the bacteria found in our guts could alter the risk of developing colon cancer.
Cancer
Darien
Philadelphia Science Festival 2014 = Nine Days, More Than 100 events, 150 science organizations, April 25-May 3
Ben Leach
With this atlas, researchers can link genes to almost every type of human cell.
With this atlas, researchers can link genes to almost every type of human cell.
The international consortium brought together more than 100 laboratories, including that of The Wistar Institute's Meenhard Herlyn, to tackle this ambitious, ground-breaking project.
Cancer, Genes