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Robotics and AI used to stabilize enzyme that reduces scar tissue, increases tissue regeneration

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Targeting Cellular Senescence as a Basis for Treating Osteoporosis

Senescent cells accumulate with age, causing tissue dysfunction throughout the body via their inflammatory secretions. One of those dysfunctions is the age-related imbalance in bone remodeling, favoring the osteoclasts that break down bone tissue at the expense of the osteoblasts that rebuild it. The result is osteoporosis, the characteristic loss […]
April 2, 2022

Furthering fat loss in the fasting response

Researchers led by Osaka University explore the relationship between autophagy and metabolism during fasting. The coming of spring harkens spring cleaning; a time to de-clutter your home and discard things that are no longer needed. In the body, a cellular process called autophagy occurs regularly to “de-clutter” our cells. Recently, […]
April 2, 2022

New AI-Driven Algorithm Can Detect Autism in Brain “Fingerprints”

April 2, 2022

Lower dose of insulin-sensitizing drug benefits patients with Type 2 diabetes

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Some elusive genome areas hold distinctly human data

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The Retina as a Potential Biomarker for Reduced Brain Matter

Researchers from the Department of Ophthalmology at the University Hospital Bonn (UKB) and Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen (DZNE) have found a close connection between the dimensions of retinal structures and those of the brain. They report on this in the journal “Scientific Reports”. Their study results suggest that assessments […]
April 1, 2022

Blood vessels are guides for stimulating implants

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First Complete Human Genome Poised to Strengthen Genetic Analysis, NIST Study Shows

The first complete human reference genome, which can serve as a template for sequencing DNA, corrects errors in the previous reference such as missing or misplaced genetic code. Alongside the newly updated human genome, which fills in long-standing gaps to fully spell out the more than 3 billion letters that […]
March 31, 2022

How Obesity Can Rewire the Immune System and the Response to Immunotherapy – and How to Change That

March 31, 2022

New research institute will utilize cell-free systems for global needs

March 31, 2022

Roundworms’ egg cells have a backup plan

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Checkpoints enable precision in cells’ molecule intake

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Paving a path to triple-negative breast cancer treatment

March 31, 2022

New study reveals positive impacts of Flash blood glucose monitoring on blood sugar and quality of life

March 31, 2022

Challenge: Separating Cellular Material from Solutions

March 31, 2022

Good hydration may reduce long-term risks for heart failure

March 31, 2022

When mitochondria lose their might

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Scientists identify overgrowth of key brain structure in babies who later develop autism

March 31, 2022

How to uncover causal variants for immune-mediated diseases

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Evidence of brain changes in those at risk of bipolar disorder captured with MRI scans

March 30, 2022

Unprecedented videos show RNA switching ‘on’ and ‘off’

March 30, 2022

Fewer antibody diversity as we age

March 30, 2022

Brain stimulation shows beneficial effects for motor deficits following stroke

March 30, 2022

Little understood brain region linked to how we perceive pain

March 30, 2022

Method could reduce risk of brain damage, disability and death following brain haemorrhage

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Reversing hearing loss with regenerative therapy

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A new dimension in transplantation: mitochondria

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A nanomaterial that may improve insulin’s effects on the nervous system