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May 12, 2022

Project examines milk as possible cancer fighter

May 12, 2022

An indoor tanning ban would reduce melanoma deaths

May 12, 2022

Brain size determined survival chances among large animals

May 11, 2022

Studying human development in a dish

May 11, 2022

Getting Sticky with It: Phospholipid Plays a Key Role in Epithelial Cell Adhesion

May 11, 2022

COVID-19 deaths among elderly may be due to genetic limit on cell division

May 11, 2022

Circuit that focuses attention brings in wide array of inputs

May 11, 2022

Approaching human cognition from many angles

May 11, 2022

Study finds cells take out the trash before they divide

May 11, 2022

‘Stressed’ cells offer clues to eliminating build-up of toxic proteins in dementia

May 11, 2022

Cellular regeneration therapy restores damaged liver tissue faster than ever

Salk scientists improve liver regeneration in mice, which could lead to new treatments for liver disease Mammals can’t typically regenerate organs as efficiently as other vertebrates, such as fish and lizards. Now, Salk scientists have found a way to partially reset liver cells to more youthful states—allowing them to heal […]
May 11, 2022

Gene Therapy Shows Promise in Treating Neuropathy from Spinal Cord Injuries

May 11, 2022

Decoding a direct dialog between the gut microbiota and the brain

Gut microbiota by-products circulate in the bloodstream, regulating host physiological processes including immunity, metabolism and brain functions. Scientists from the Institut Pasteur (a partner research organization of Université Paris Cité), Inserm and the CNRS have discovered that hypothalamic neurons in an animal model directly detect variations in bacterial activity and […]
May 11, 2022

Targeting Molecular Pathway that Causes Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

May 11, 2022

Cell division finding could lead to new cancer treatments

May 11, 2022

T cell behavior determines immunotherapy success

May 10, 2022

Study finds nanomedicine targeting lymph nodes key to triple-negative breast cancer treatment

May 10, 2022

Drugs showing promise in cancer trials reduce scarring for scleroderma

May 10, 2022

Retinal cell map could advance precise therapies for blinding diseases

May 10, 2022

Hypertensive pregnancy disorders linked to future cardiac events

May 10, 2022

New discovery could help combat side effects of cancer immunotherapy

May 10, 2022

Astronauts' Brains Altered by Extended Trips to Space

Going to space changes a person. We've known that ever since NASA and the former Soviet Union started sending people to space back in the mid-20th Century. Not only does that trip affect an astronaut's outlook (just look what it did to William Shatner) but it changes their body. Space […]
May 10, 2022

Cellular spring cleaning may keep us youthful and healthy for longer

The in-built cellular process of maintaining the health of our cells by recycling dead or toxic material plays a key role in our health overall. Known as autophagy, researchers are now keen to know if boosting the natural process may hold off the debilitating diseases of old age. By intervening […]
May 10, 2022

Crystal study may resolve DNA mystery

May 9, 2022

Newly Discovered Neural Network Gets Visual and Motor Circuits in Sync

A recent paper in the journal Neuron presents a discovery of a bi-directional neural network connecting the legs and the visual system to shape walking. Researchers noticed that the visual neurons of a fruit fly relay a stream of neural activity even in total darkness. It turned out that the neurons were […]
May 9, 2022

Study: Early Warning System for Alzheimer's Disease?

May 9, 2022

Research reveals new targets for diagnosing and treating aggressive cancers

May 8, 2022

Wrong medicine combinations with ibuprofen can cause permanent kidney damage

May 8, 2022

Epigenetic treatments: New allies for chemotherapies?

Though chemotherapies are effective in some patients, tumour cells may acquire tolerance to these treatments. In other words, cells adapt to chemotherapy so they can survive. In a new study published in Nature Genetics on April 11, 2022, the team of Celine Vallot, CNRS Research Director at the Institut Curie, […]
May 8, 2022

Research pushes closer to new therapy for pancreatic cancer