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Researchers create a 3-D model for rare neuromuscular disorders, setting the stage for clinical trial

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Study seeks women with PTSD stemming from sexual trauma

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Signaling pathway in immune cells could be Alzheimer’s target

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Genetics affects the functions of the gut microbiome

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Unexpected protein could play role in common brain disorder

UCLA scientists report that amyloid fibrils found in people with frontotemporal degeneration contain the little-known protein TMEM106B. Scientists have known for years that amyloid fibrils — fibrous, ropelike structures formed by closely linked protein molecules — are present in the brains of patients with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and likely […]
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Coronaviruses evolve to recognize glycans of their host species

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Black kidney transplant patients exhibit faster clearance rates of key immunosuppressive medicine tacrolimus

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Regulating the regulators of the immune system

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Two thirds of acute stroke survivors don't live more than a decade

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The key to weight and fat loss

It is widely assumed that the fundamental cause of obesity is an energy imbalance between calories consumed and calories expended (”Calories In, Calories Out”). According to known laws of physics, however, this century-old obesity paradigm must be fallacious. The relevant physical law in terms of body mass regulation is the […]
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Small ‘good cholesterol’ particles may have a role in Alzheimer’s prevention

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Newborns’ brains already organized into functional networks

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New knowledge on lymphoid cell maturity could lead to more effective IBD therapies