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January 12, 2022

Protein in blood sign of heart damage after surgery

After being anaesthetised and undergoing major surgery, up to one in five patients have increased levels of the protein troponin in their blood. This can be a sign of heart damage. Researchers at Linköping University have analysed data from before and after the operations of 1 300 patients. The study […]
January 12, 2022

Method for delivering immune system-stimulating drugs may enhance cancer immunotherapy

January 12, 2022

In Down syndrome cells, genome-wide disruptions mimic a senescence-like state

January 12, 2022

Pig Heart: First-of-Its-Kind Transplant Was Patient's Only Option for Survival

In a first-of-its-kind surgery, a 57-year-old patient with terminal heart disease received a successful transplant of a genetically-modified pig heart and is still doing well three days later. It was the only currently available option for the patient after being deemed ineligible for traditional transplant. The historic surgery was conducted […]
January 12, 2022

Team first to discover new neural circuits that regulate spatial learning and memory in the brain’s hippocampal formation

January 11, 2022

A crowning achievement in understanding head development

January 11, 2022

Team Shows How Memories Are Stored in The Brain, With Potential Impact on Conditions Like PTSD

January 11, 2022

Study sets framework for precision surveillance of colorectal cancer

January 11, 2022

Modern humans developed a more effective protection against oxidative stress

January 11, 2022

Scientists use Summit supercomputer, deep learning to predict protein functions at genome scale

January 11, 2022

Alternative strategy for stalling Alzheimer’s neurodegeneration

January 11, 2022

Scientists uncover new information about cellular death process, previously thought to be irreversible

A study published by researchers at the University of Illinois Chicago describes a new method for analyzing pyroptosis — the process of cell death that is usually caused by infections and results in excess inflammation in the body — and shows that process, long thought to be irreversible once initiated, […]
January 11, 2022

How the brain helps us focus our attention

January 10, 2022

Astrocytes and Microglia Both Help and Harm the Blood-Brain Barrier in Aging

The blood-brain barrier wraps blood vessels where they pass through the central nervous system, controlling the passage of cells and molecules into and out of the brain. The blood-brain barrier becomes disrupted with age, allowing unwanted molecules into the brain, where they can spur chronic inflammation and dysfunction contributing to […]
January 10, 2022

Intestinal bacteria modulate metabolism: link to obesity

January 10, 2022

AI: Helping cancer patients avoid excessive radiation

January 10, 2022

Can Prozac fight brain cancer?

January 10, 2022

Novel Brain Stem Circuit Gives Rise to the Rhythms of Vocalization

January 10, 2022

The way you walk could affect your risk of arthritis

January 10, 2022

Researchers reveal molecular mechanisms underlying mutations within the eye that lead to blindness

January 10, 2022

Successful Phase I clinical trial of new CAR T-cell cancer therapy

January 10, 2022

Anxiety and PTSD linked to increased myelin in brain

January 10, 2022

New blood test can identify if a patient has cancer and if it has spread

January 10, 2022

Lymphoma cell metabolism may provide new cancer target

January 10, 2022

Portable prostate cancer test may help reach underserved men

January 10, 2022

Exploring growth within a confined space

January 10, 2022

Security Researchers Discover Abundant, Cost-Effective Way to Make New Cancer Medicine

January 10, 2022

First-responder cells after heart attack prompt inflammation overdrive

January 10, 2022

Now we Know why Spaceflight Affects Your Eyes

70% of astronauts who spend time on the International Space Station (ISS) experience swelling at the back of their eyes, causing blurriness and impaired eyesight both in space and when they return to Earth. Sometimes, it’s permanent. Understanding the way microgravity affects the eyes, and the human body as a […]
January 9, 2022

Delivering Catalase to Treat Sepsis

Sepsis is a state of runaway inflammation in response to infection, a condition that is more serious and more often fatal in older individuals. With age, the immune system becomes every more overactive and inflammatory, reacting to signals created by the damaged environment of the body. This background of chronic […]