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December 11, 2021

Evidence that Metformin Does Not Interfere in the Beneficial Response to Exercise

There have been suggested that metformin, a at best weak calorie restriction mimetic, can suppress some of the beneficial metabolic response to exercise. Metformin is in general a poor choice in comparison to mTOR inhibitors when it comes to animal evidence for an ability to modestly slow the progression of […]
December 11, 2021

A potential new approach for the treatment of schizophrenia

December 11, 2021

Drug made from pig intestine helps escape the “trap” of clot-causing immune response

December 11, 2021

Experimental mRNA HIV vaccine safe, shows promise in animals

December 11, 2021

3D imaging method may help doctors better determine prostate cancer aggressiveness

December 11, 2021

Talk between immune cells could lead to new cancer vaccine

December 11, 2021

Brain cell’s ability to use fat determines weight gain in mice

December 10, 2021

MDI Biological Laboratory Scientist Advances Prospect of Regeneration in Humans

In a seminal 2013 study, MDI Biological Laboratory scientist James Godwin, Ph.D., discovered that a type of white blood cell called a macrophage is essential to limb regeneration in the axolotl, a Mexican salamander that is nature’s champion of regeneration. Without macrophages, which are part of the immune system, regeneration […]
December 10, 2021

A new understanding of mental illness

December 10, 2021

Blood from marathoner mice boosts brain function in their couch-potato counterparts

December 10, 2021

CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing boosts effectiveness of ultrasound cancer therapy

December 10, 2021

Wearable sensor measures airborne nicotine exposure from e-cigarettes

December 10, 2021

Microplastics are not just an environmental problem – they are damaging to human cells

December 9, 2021

Israeli company made the largest lab-grown meat steak yet

December 9, 2021

Like Elephants, Long-Lived Galapagos Tortoises Exhibit Duplication of Genes Related to Longevity and Cancer Suppression

Genes determine species longevity, though within a species, and particularly within our species, the estimated involvement of genetic variants in individual life expectancy is becoming ever smaller as ever more data accumulates. Nonetheless, researchers are very interested in the comparative biology of aging, the question of why long-lived species are […]
December 9, 2021

Making the case for more diversity in genetic research

December 9, 2021

A faster “code breaker” to analyze human DNA

December 9, 2021

Diverse genome sequences provide a powerful tool for studying risk of heart disease

December 9, 2021

New Insights into T-Cell Exhaustion Could Improve Cancer Immunotherapies, Penn Study Finds

December 9, 2021

Study shows certain brain waves aren’t just background noise

December 9, 2021

Coping with schizophrenia, when emotions can be too much

December 9, 2021

Yale Researchers Identify Gene That Worsens Fatty Liver Disease

December 8, 2021

Tongue Exercise Does Not Help with the Age-Related Decline of Tongue Muscle Function in Rats

Exercise in the form of strength training creates such broad changes in metabolism and produces such diverse benefits to health that it is interesting to see a specific example in which it doesn't help at all. That is possibly a path to better understanding which of the results of exercise […]
December 8, 2021

Study reveals a protein’s key contribution to heterogeneity of neurons

December 8, 2021

Common diabetes drug not effective against early-stage breast cancer, researchers say

December 8, 2021

Guidelines may promote over-diagnosis of cow’s milk allergy in infants

December 8, 2021

Coaxing Jellyfish, Flies, and Mice to Regenerate Body Parts

December 8, 2021

Say bye-bye to blood thinners?

December 8, 2021

The Gut-Brain Connection in Autism

December 8, 2021

AI-powered computer model predicts disease progression during aging