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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

March 21, 2022

For accuracy, brain studies of complex behavior require thousands of people

March 21, 2022

From a pandemic, scientific insights poised to impact more than just COVID-19

March 21, 2022

Brain studies show thousands of participants are needed for accurate results

March 21, 2022

Antabuse may help revive vision in people with progressive blinding disorders

March 21, 2022

Scientist creating model to study RNA, gamify scientific learning

March 20, 2022

Cellular rejuvenation therapy safely reverses signs of aging in mice

Salk researchers treated mice with anti-aging regimen beginning in middle age and found no increase in cancer or other health problems later on. Age may be just a number, but it’s a number that often carries unwanted side effects, from brittle bones and weaker muscles to increased risks of cardiovascular […]
March 20, 2022

Tiny protein variation has huge impact on all animals and plants

March 20, 2022

Extended Napping in Seniors May Signal Dementia

March 20, 2022

Sleep deprivation or burnout?

March 19, 2022

Study: Methadone most effective drug in medication-assisted treatment for opioid-use disorder

March 19, 2022

LSD, a future anti-anxiety pill?

March 18, 2022

Enzyme could be new target for cancer immunotherapies

March 18, 2022

A poo dose a day may keep bipolar away

March 18, 2022

Excess Neuropeptides Disrupt Lung Function in Infant Disease and COVID-19

March 18, 2022

Blood test may indicate higher risk pregnancies in patients with COVID-19

March 18, 2022

Personalised blood test can detect persistent lung cancer

March 18, 2022

Study suggests lithium may decrease risk of developing dementia

March 18, 2022

Memory and concentration problems are common in long COVID and must not be ignored

March 18, 2022

Make no bones about it: How our bodies shift between making bones and breaking them down

Researchers at Osaka University show that intercellular communication via extracellular vesicles from bone-making osteoblasts is a key factor for the switch from bone formation to resorption through a microRNA-mediated mechanism. Osteoblasts act in a group to make bone over the course of several months. However, how osteoblasts cooperate with each […]
March 18, 2022

NIH launches clinical trial of three mRNA HIV vaccines

March 18, 2022

Largest ever study on traumatic brain injury highlights global inequality in causes and treatment

March 18, 2022

Blueprint for radical redesign of care for autistic children published

March 17, 2022

Network medicine opens new ways of understanding complex diseases

March 17, 2022

Largest ever psychedelics study maps changes of conscious awareness to neurotransmitter systems