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March 30, 2022

A CNIC study highlights the risks of mitochondrial therapeutic interventions

The mixing of mitochondrial DNAs (mtDNAs) of two distinct origins can have damaging medium- and long-term effects, according to the results of a new study published in Circulatio. Research carried out at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC) has demonstrated that mixing mitochondrial DNAs (mtDNAs) of different origins can […]
March 30, 2022

New study reveals why HIV virus remains in human tissue even after antiretroviral therapy

March 30, 2022

COVID-19 infection linked to higher risk of neuropathy

March 30, 2022

CAR T Cells Suppress GI Solid Tumor Cells, Without Toxicity to Healthy Tissue

March 30, 2022

Clot Buster

March 29, 2022

Damage-Associated Molecular Patterns (DAMPs) in the Aging Retina

The immune system reacts to damaged and dying cells, as well as their debris. As the level of tissue damage rises with age, this pattern recognition contributes to increasing levels of chronic inflammation. That in turn causes further harm, changing cell behavior for the worse, degrading tissue structure and function. […]
March 29, 2022

Gene deletion behind anomaly in blood cancer cells

March 29, 2022

Re-growing hair: New trials for alopecia areata treatment are a success

March 29, 2022

Scientists deploy chemical tools to detect cancer-causing proteins

March 29, 2022

Success treating night blindness in dogs could lead to human gene therapy

March 29, 2022

COVID-19: "Reactive" Vaccination, Effective in Case of High Viral Circulation?

Although the majority of its population is fully vaccinated, the virus continues to actively circulate in France. As health restrictions are being lifted, fears of a resurgence of the epidemic and of the emergence of new more contagious variants are leading scientists to consider new strategies to continue to promote […]
March 28, 2022

How flossing and brushing may be good for your lungs

From chewing sticks to using twigs, hog bristles and horsehair, people have been polishing their pearly whites for millennia. Now EU scientists are investigating whether good oral hygiene can also protect us from chronic lung diseases. They’re also checking what our saliva says about our overall health. Did you ever […]
March 28, 2022

Elderly care? Bring in the robots!

Robots have come a long way. For years they have been supporting human activity – enabling exploration in dangerous and unreachable environments like out in space and deep in the oceans. A new generation of robots are being designed to stay closer to home – caring for ageing adults and […]
March 28, 2022

There is more to Sars-CoV-2 than meets the eye

March 28, 2022

After mating, fruit fly sperm are no longer fully male

March 28, 2022

Best statins for reducing cardiovascular risk in people with diabetes found

March 28, 2022

Study finds neurons that encode the outcomes of actions

March 27, 2022

Rewiring Cancer Metabolism

March 27, 2022

Firing It Up: Mechanism underlying dopamine release in brain identified

March 27, 2022

Design of proteins binders from target structure alone

March 27, 2022

Researchers discover brand-new brain pathway to fear

March 26, 2022

Teaching AI to read fetal ultrasound in low- and middle-income countries to identify high-risk patients

March 26, 2022

Study reveals structure of anti-tumor therapy’s target

March 26, 2022

One in four children who have suffered a minor head injury is liable to suffer from chronic post-concussion syndrome

March 26, 2022

Scientists make rheumatic heart disease breakthrough

March 26, 2022

Living in a larger household helps slow down dementia

March 25, 2022

New study shows how cells sense their microenvironment

March 25, 2022

Decrease in relapses of Crohn's disease in youth

March 25, 2022

Probing a Parkinson’s Paradox

March 25, 2022

New method of pancreatic islet cryopreservation marks breakthrough for diabetes cure