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November 23, 2021

Reidentifying faces from genomic data more difficult than previously thought

November 23, 2021

Addressing two leaky heart valves at once

November 23, 2021

Scientists develop single blood test to measure T-cell and antibody response to SARS-CoV-2

November 23, 2021

Shape-morphing microrobots deliver drugs to cancer cells

November 23, 2021

Gold-based cancer therapy could face competition from other substances

November 22, 2021

Exposure to Harmless Coronaviruses Boosts SARS-CoV-2 Immunity

Infections with the novel coronavirus and vaccination lead to strong antibody responses against SARS-CoV-2. Immune responses to other human coronaviruses, which mostly only cause harmless colds, also provide some protection against SARS-CoV-2. This cross-reactive immune response is an important piece of the puzzle of how to achieve comprehensive coronavirus immunity, […]
November 22, 2021

A stealthy way to combat tumors

November 22, 2021

Brief period of ‘blindness’ is essential for vision

November 22, 2021

UB researchers discover how a top-ranking risk gene for autism spectrum disorders causes seizures

November 22, 2021

Deep learning reveals how proteins interact

November 22, 2021

The Age-Related Decline of Energy Metabolism in Myeloid Cells as an Important Cause of Neurodegeneration

Today's open access editorial discusses one quite specific consequence of the age-related disruption of energy metabolism in cells. Mitochondria, the power plants of the cell, falter with age throughout the body, for complex reasons still under exploration. The proximate causes involve too little production of molecular machinery needed for the […]
November 22, 2021

Diabetes – a pandemics of XXI century

November 20, 2021

Exercise as an Approach to Slow Alzheimer's Disease

Exercise is beneficial at every age, but most people do not undertake enough physical activity. In a sedentary world, structured exercise programs look like a decent therapy, because that exercise corrects a harmful deficiency in the operation of metabolism. Thus the studies showing a reduction in mortality resulting from exercise […]
November 20, 2021

When stress makes you sick

November 19, 2021

Glial Cells and the Propagation of Tau through the Brain in Tauopathies

Tauopathies like Alzheimer's disease are characterized by the spread of tau aggregates through the brain. Tau is one of the few molecules in the body that can become altered in a way that encourages other copies of the same molecule to also alter, causing aggregates to form. These aggregates and […]
November 19, 2021

New findings on the link between CRISPR gene-editing and mutated cancer cells

November 19, 2021

New imaging technology could buy time for pancreatic cancer patients

November 19, 2021

New design may boost potency of monoclonal antibodies against COVID

November 19, 2021

Novel gene therapy for hemophilia A

November 19, 2021

When the senses get confused

November 19, 2021

Promising treatment for Alexander disease moves from rat model to human clinical trials

November 19, 2021

Single-dose HPV vaccine highly effective, researchers say

November 19, 2021

How CRISPR is changing the role of researchers

November 18, 2021

Atherosclerosis, the As Yet Undefeated Monster

As you may know, I co-founded Repair Biotechnologies, a company presently focused on developing an approach to rapidly reverse the cholesterol content of atherosclerotic lesions, a goal that is impossible to achieve using the existing panoply of treatments for atherosclerosis. We use gene therapy techniques to provide cells with the […]
November 18, 2021

Can our own immune system fight off cancer?

November 18, 2021

The prostate cancer cell that got away

November 18, 2021

Feeling sluggish? Blame a lack of estrogen

November 18, 2021

Study Delivers Road Map of Lung Development

November 18, 2021

Nested Nanowells Speed Single Cell Studies

November 17, 2021

Alzheimer’s Disease May Cause Vicious Circle between Brain Network and Immune Cell Dysfunctions

Studying the complex causes of Alzheimer’s disease, and how to treat and prevent this condition, is like solving a many-piece puzzle, with scientists each tackling a small section, unsure of how it might fit into the larger picture. Now, researchers at Gladstone Institutes have determined how a handful of previously […]