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January 4, 2022

Choline during pregnancy impacts children’s sustained attention

January 3, 2022

What is the Contribution of Demyelination to Cognitive Decline in Aging?

Myelin is an insulator that sheaths the axons forming nervous system connections. It is essential to the correct electrochemical function of the nervous system. Severe conditions such as multiple sclerosis result when myelin is lost, degrading nervous system function to the point of disability and death. In normal aging, myelin […]
January 3, 2022

DNA replication under the microscope

January 2, 2022

Imflammasome Induced Cellular Senescence

Researchers here show that signaling related to inflammatory regulation within a cell, undertaken in response to stress, can induce cellular senescence. Preventing the onset of the senescent state in response to some forms of stress may be beneficial, and indeed may be a part of the way in which therapies […]
January 1, 2022

Sirtuins Remain an Active Area of Research in Aging

Sirtuins are connected to the upregulation of cellular stress response mechanisms triggered by, for example, calorie restriction. Given the failure of past attempts to intervene in aging at the point of sirtuin 1, it may be that the influence of sirtuins on the pace of aging simply isn't large enough […]
December 31, 2021

High-resolution lab experiments show how cells ‘eat’

December 31, 2021

For kids with severe scoliosis, growth-friendly surgeries cause more complications than single spinal fusion

December 30, 2021

Lower Hemoglobin Levels Correlate with Raised Mortality in Older People

Anemia is a lowered level of red blood cells and hemoglobin, leading to a diminished supply of oxygen to tissues and thus degraded function throughout the body. The anemia of aging, like all issues in later life, is a gradual onset, a sliding scale of dysfunction with an arbitrary line […]
December 29, 2021

What is Known of the Reasons Why Aging Stem Cells Lose their Regenerative Capacity

Declining stem cell function is undoubtedly an important contribution to degenerative aging and age-related mortality. Tissues require the supply of new somatic cells that is generated by stem cells in order to replace losses, repair damage, and maintain function. Unlike stem cells, somatic cells are limited in the number of […]
December 29, 2021

Cell energy production might be the early driver of Alzheimer's disease

December 29, 2021

New guideline urges ditching opioids for painful diabetic neuropathy

December 28, 2021

Senolytic Treatment Improves Muscle Regeneration in Old Mice Only

Senescent cells accumulate with age. Researchers here provide evidence for yet another age-related decline to be added to the long list of issues in which this accumulation of senescent cells is an important contributing cause. In this case, the problem is the loss of regenerative capacity in muscle tissue that […]
December 28, 2021

Study demonstrates a novel approach to target enhancer-addicted cancers

December 28, 2021

Genes are switched on in the human embryo from the get-go

December 27, 2021

Metabolic syndrome increases risk of respiratory distress, death for hospitalized COVID-19 patients

December 27, 2021

A Material That Filles or Conceals Deep Roughness of Skin/An in vitro Evaluation Substrate to Substitute Skin

December 27, 2021

Disarming a blood-clotting protein prevents gum disease in mice

December 27, 2021

Mapping the musical mind

December 27, 2021

Dietary fiber improves outcomes for melanoma patients on immunotherapy, research shows

December 27, 2021

Rapid immune response in children protects them from COVID-19

December 24, 2021

AGCT – the shortest alphabet

December 24, 2021

A New Bionic Eye Is One Step Closer to Human Trials

December 24, 2021

The Shape of Things

December 24, 2021

Researchers create artificial cell cortex, a system to study how cells divide

December 24, 2021

New learning tool: Click a button and dive under the skin of chemotherapy patients

December 23, 2021

Understanding features that help cells stay organized

December 23, 2021

A ring for leaking heart valves

December 23, 2021

Humble lizards offer new possibilities for artificial lungs

December 22, 2021

A potential protector against a mild heart attack’s aftereffects on metabolism

December 22, 2021

Researchers create artificial cell cortex, a system to study how cells divide