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March 25, 2022

Vitamin B3, niacinamide and reducing skin cancer risk: what does the research say?

March 25, 2022

Sperm research spawns new tests to detect stroke, concussion

March 25, 2022

How bacteria "self-vaccinate" against viral invaders

March 24, 2022

Yukiko Yamashita, unraveler of stem cells’ secrets

March 24, 2022

To Detect Alzheimer's Earlier, Research to Map the Brain

March 24, 2022

Aspirin may improve 3-month survival for patients critically ill with COVID-19

March 24, 2022

Study identifies new protection mechanism in breast cancer

March 24, 2022

Fixing spinal cord injuries with ​‘dancing molecules’

March 24, 2022

An improved ink for colon tattoos

March 24, 2022

A psychedelic drug, combined with intense therapy, improves PTSD symptoms

March 24, 2022

Correcting night blindness in dogs

March 24, 2022

E-cigarettes reverse decades of decline in percentage of US youth struggling to quit nicotine

March 23, 2022

Junk DNA may be targeted in efforts to remove fear-inducing memories

March 23, 2022

Kids with rare autoimmune disease show these symptoms before blood clots 

March 23, 2022

The surprising diversity of the fallopian tube

March 23, 2022

Transplantation chemotherapy eliminates regenerative capacity of brain’s innate immune cells

Annually over 50,000 bone marrow transplantations occur worldwide as a therapy for multiple cancerous and non-cancerous diseases. Yet, how this procedure gives rise to bone marrow-derived cells that engraft the brain, despite being absent in the normal brain, remains unknown. In the present study, scientists from the Institut Pasteur, the […]
March 23, 2022

Long Term Data on Particulate Air Pollution and Dementia in a US Population

There is plenty of evidence for particulate air pollution to have a negative effect on long-term health, particularly those derived from Asian populations that are exposed to more coal and wood smoke than tends to be the case in the US and Western Europe. While the relative importance of the […]
March 23, 2022

HIV hides within immune system’s ‘police stations’

March 23, 2022

Scientists Discover How Molecule Becomes Anticancer Weapon

March 23, 2022

New Screening Tool IDs 95 Percent of Stage 1 Pancreatic Cancer

March 23, 2022

Stabilizing chromosomes to tackle tumors

March 22, 2022

A key to restoring sight may be held in a drug that treats alcoholism

March 22, 2022

Competition among worm sperm speeds up evolution

March 22, 2022

Scientists found what regulates nerve glue needed for repairing damage

March 22, 2022

Diving Deeper into the Details of Disarrayed Gene Expression in Aged Tissues

It is well known that gene expression becomes disarrayed in cells in old tissues. Mechanisms controlling the structure of nuclear DNA become dysfunctional, and that can unleash all sorts of errant protein production by allowing the machinery of gene expression to reach sections of the genome that are normally folded […]
March 22, 2022

In a first for “sonogenetics,” researchers control mammalian cells with sound

Salk researchers pinpoint a sound-sensitive mammalian protein that lets them activate brain, heart or other cells with ultrasound. Salk scientists have engineered mammalian cells to be activated using ultrasound. The method, which the team used to activate human cells in a dish and brain cells inside living mice, paves the […]
March 22, 2022

Effectiveness of antibiotics significantly reduced when multiple bugs present

March 22, 2022

Toxin-producing yeast strains in gut fuel IBD

March 22, 2022

RNA map of cell nucleus reveals new insights into gene regulation and cell division

March 21, 2022

All of Us Research Program Releases First Genomic Dataset of Nearly 100,000 Whole Genome Sequences