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November 28, 2021

Myelodysplasia, Clonal Hematopoiesis, and Aging

Asking whether an age-associated disease is a part of normal aging is an exercise in boundary drawing. The very definition of an age-related disease as something distinct from aging is the result of past boundary drawing. Many of these boundaries are quite arbitrary. Aging is a complex phenomenon, and people […]
November 28, 2021

How molecular clusters in the nucleus interact with chromosomes

November 28, 2021

Immune Cell Receptor and Ligand Regulation: A Therapeutic Avenue for Inflammatory Diseases

November 27, 2021

Artificial intelligence tool predicts treatment response and survival in small cell lung cancer patients

November 27, 2021

Pathologists find evidence of pre-existing chronic lung disease in people with long COVID

November 27, 2021

Prenatal, early-life influences on child brain development focus of new study

November 27, 2021

Infecting Gut Microbes with CRISPR-loaded Virus Demonstrates Potential for Microbiome Gene Editing

November 27, 2021

Only Alcohol – Not Caffeine, Diet or Lack of Sleep – Might Trigger Heart Rhythm Condition

November 27, 2021

IKK/NF-κB Activation as a Target for Senotherapeutics

The accumulation of senescent cells in later life is a contributing cause of aging. While these errant cells never amount to more than a tiny fraction of all cells in a tissue, their inflammatory signaling is harmful. Researchers here describe an approach to diminish that inflammatory signaling, thereby reducing the […]
November 26, 2021

Receptor structure reveals new targets for cancer treatment

November 26, 2021

Research seeks to identify exact moment neurodevelopmental disorders begin

November 26, 2021

Results From a Small, Informal Trial of Telomerase and Klotho Gene Therapy for Alzheimer's Disease

Bioviva was at one point developing telomerase gene therapies, work that has transitioned into the medical tourism industry via Integrated Health Systems rather than proceeding towards regulatory approval. The institutional communities of science and funding strongly disapproved of the self-experiment undertaken by the Bioviva founder, and the way that self-experiment […]
November 26, 2021

Precise brain surgery to remove diseased cells without a scalpel

November 26, 2021

Deafness trumps HIV for deaf people living with HIV

November 26, 2021

Why ageing people might have to shine some red light into their eyes?

November 25, 2021

Sugar could help repair worn artificial joints

November 25, 2021

Researchers generate cells to treat bile duct disorders resulting from cystic fibrosis

November 25, 2021

A Drug that Does Double Duty in Treating Diabetes

November 25, 2021

A Senolytic Treatment Improves Visual Function in a Small Trial for Macular Degeneration

UNITY Biotechnology recently reported positive results for their senolytic drug candidate UBX1325, probably derived from navitoclax. Senolytic therapies selectively destroy senescent cells in aged tissues, reducing their inflammatory signaling and contribution to tissue dysfunction. In this case, macular degeneration patients showed improved visual function after treatment, though one should wait […]
November 25, 2021

From corals to humans, a shared trigger for sperm to get in motion

November 24, 2021

Researchers Develop New Algorithm for Linking Genes and Specific Diseases

Researchers from ITMO’s Laboratory of Genomic Diversity and the World-Class Research Centre for Personalized Medicine have developed GPrior (gene prioritizer), an algorithm that uses data from a genome-wide association study (GWAS) to identify the genes responsible for a particular disease. For this study, the group used the data on schizophrenia, […]
November 24, 2021

Studying the placenta to better understand a child illness

November 24, 2021

Common Gene Variants Linked to Sepsis and COVID-19 Severity in African Americans

November 24, 2021

Looking Deeper into Age-Related Changes in the Skin Microbiome

For reasons yet to be determined, the composition of the skin microbiome changes with age. It is also unclear as to whether these changes contribute to skin aging in any meaningful way, or are instead a consequence of skin aging. Researchers here perform a proof of concept study to identify […]
November 24, 2021

Leading researchers team up to bring promising chemotherapy treatment to human trials

November 24, 2021

Researchers discover an unexpected regulator of heart repair

A study using mice by scientists at the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCLA reveals that cardiac muscle cells play a pivotal role in determining how the heart heals following a heart attack. The findings challenge a longstanding paradigm about heart repair […]
November 23, 2021

Some Cell Therapies Reduce Inflammation Precisely Because the Transplanted Cells Die

First generation stem cell therapies have been demonstrated to reduce chronic inflammation, but are unreliable when it comes to producing other benefits. Since very few transplanted cells survive, it was thought that benefits are produced via signaling that changes the behavior of native cells. This has led to work on […]
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