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December 2, 2021

On the Ability of Redundant Blood Vessels to Lower Cardiovascular Mortality

A few strategies offer the possibility of growing additional redundant blood vessels, though this is far from rigorously proven. Intermittently provoking hematopoietic stem cells to leave the bone marrow via CXCL12 upregulation, for example. Humans are not completely uniform in their major blood vessel networks, there are variant populations with […]
December 2, 2021

Scientists edge closer to probe that would inspect atherosclerotic plaques by forcing molecules to sound their presence

Skoltech researchers and their colleagues have come one step closer to a working optoacoustic endoscopic probe — a device that could slip inside a blood vessel and analyze atherosclerotic plaques by shining laser light on them to make them wobble like a loudspeaker membrane and betray their chemical composition with […]
December 2, 2021

Changing the identity of cancer cells to eliminate them

December 2, 2021

HIV: a new therapeutic target identified

December 2, 2021

KetoCitra is Here

December 2, 2021

Deep learning dreams up new protein structures

December 2, 2021

$17 million will launch trial of CRISPR cure for sickle cell disease

December 2, 2021

Radiation to cancer patients in a ‘FLASH’

December 1, 2021

More Data on Particulate Air Pollution as a Contributing Cause of Mortality

A range of convincing data shows correlations between the presence of airborne particulates, such as those in wood smoke, and raised late-life mortality due to cardiovascular disease and respiratory disease. The likely mediating mechanism is an increased burden of chronic inflammation, due to the effects of particulates on lung tissue. […]
December 1, 2021

Diagnosing breast cancer

December 1, 2021

Study aims to understand why COVID-19 vaccines can lead to very rare blood clotting with low platelets

December 1, 2021

Early interventions could help counteract muscle loss

December 1, 2021

Synthetic tissue can repair hearts, muscles, and vocal cords

December 1, 2021

Too many people with HIV fail to achieve durable viral suppression

December 1, 2021

New cancer therapy from Yibin Kang’s lab holds potential to switch off major cancer types without side effects

November 30, 2021

Reducing Systemic Inflammation via TLR4 Knockout

TLR4 is one of a number of cell surface receptors that mediate innate immune cell reactions to molecules indicative of damage in the body. Some fraction of the chronic inflammation of aging is caused by increases in damage-associated molecular patterns that trigger receptors of this nature, and consequent maladaptive reactions […]
November 30, 2021

X-rays throw new light on Alzheimer's

Investigation reveals unknown changes in nerve tissue of patients. What changes occur in parts of the brain affected by neurodegenerative disease? How does the structure of the neurons change? Some pathological changes in the tissue are easy to identify using standard microscopy. For example, the protein deposits known as “plaques”, […]
November 30, 2021

About 12 Percent of Patients Who Receive Common Cardiac Device Implants Develop Persistent Opioid Use

November 30, 2021

Scientists discover potential cause of Alzheimer’s Disease

November 30, 2021

Stem cell memories may drive wound repair—and chronic disease

November 30, 2021

SARS-CoV-2 can infect kidneys directly, researchers find

November 30, 2021

New cancer therapy holds potential to switch off major cancer types without side effects

November 30, 2021

Nevada researcher studying gut microbiomes in hopes of improving health

November 30, 2021

New study clarifies how one protein helps maintain a healthy cellular supply chain

November 30, 2021

Finnish researchers developed mini-breast cancer as a new weapon against the most common type of breast cancer

November 30, 2021

Unsung gene is key to how antibodies develop

November 29, 2021

Evidence for Earlier Life Use of Some Senolytics to be Detrimental in Female Mice

Senescent cell accumulation is an important contributing cause of aging. Senescent cells secrete a mix of signals that provokes growth and inflammation, useful in the short term in circumstances such as wound healing and cancer suppression, but damaging to tissue function and health when sustained over the long term. Senolytic […]
November 29, 2021

Amateur boxing linked to increased risk of brain impairment and early onset of dementia

November 29, 2021

Skewed research results led to lack of access to mammography for women in their 40s, say researchers

November 29, 2021

Measuring viral RNA to predict which patients will die