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October 21, 2021

Age versus Frailty as a Predictor of Mortality

A number of companies and research groups are performing drug discovery by using effects on frailty in mice as a readout. To what degree is frailty an adequate measure of the harms done by aging? One way to answer that question is to assess mortality in a human study population […]
October 21, 2021

DNA tangles can help predict evolution of mutations

October 21, 2021

Is ‘junk DNA’ a key to killing cancer cells?

October 21, 2021

Psychotic experiences in children predict genetic risk for mental disorders

October 21, 2021

NIH launches program to map a rare type of non-dividing cells implicated in human health and disease

October 21, 2021

Brain molecule helps ‘wake up’ cells that could help tackle MS and similar diseases

October 21, 2021

Treatment enhances anti-leukemia effect of bone marrow transplant, reduces recurrence

October 21, 2021

To selectively kill cancer cells, target a protein channel in the cell’s lysosome, study suggests

October 21, 2021

“Like a magic trick,” certain proteins pass through cell walls

October 21, 2021

Two vaccine doses boost antibody levels in the airways after COVID-19

October 21, 2021

How diet affects tumors

October 21, 2021

The key to understanding asthma may lie in our body clock

October 21, 2021

Cancer therapies and nuclear material detection get a boost from newly discovered protein

October 20, 2021

Extending Life Without Extending Health: Vast Effort Directed to the Wrong Goals

It is very hard to coax a damaged machine into continued operation without repairing the damage. It is expensive and time-consuming, the machine works poorly, and fails catastrophically only a little later than it would have done without all of that effort. Keeping damaged machines running is exactly the goal […]
October 20, 2021

Immunodeficiency affects intestinal microbiome

October 20, 2021

Epilepsy research reveals previously unknown trigger for seizures

October 20, 2021

How Cells Multitask: The Magic of Molecular Switches

October 20, 2021

Novel gene therapy platform speeds search for ways to cure blindness

October 20, 2021

Sex matters when it comes to immune responses against infection and disease, study shows

October 20, 2021

Drug helps sensory neurons regrow in the mouse central nervous system

October 20, 2021

Depression, anxiety may be linked to c-section risk among pregnant women

October 20, 2021

New cancer treatment may reawaken the immune system

October 20, 2021

Battling the complexities of diagnosing Parkinson’s Disease

October 20, 2021

Mammalian motivation circuits: Maybe they’re born with it

October 19, 2021

Cerebral Small Vessel Disease as a General Microvascular Issue Rather than a Specifically Atherosclerotic Issue

The aging of large blood vessels in the brain, and their resulting dysfunctions, are quite different from those of the small vessels, the microvasculature. Large vessels are predominantly affected by atherosclerosis, the buildup of fatty plaques that weaken and narrow blood vessels, leading to the catastrophic structural failure of a […]
October 19, 2021

Breastfeeding linked to lower risk of type 1 diabetes

October 19, 2021

A molecular biologist with a fascination for sunburn

October 19, 2021

Researchers identify brain circuitry in rodents that may be responsible for negative emotional aspects of pain

October 19, 2021

Emotional aspects of chronic pain isolated in brain circuitry

October 19, 2021

Brain Health: Changing the State of Mental Health Education and Stigma