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August 20, 2021

Students to test how changes in gravity affect human genetics

August 20, 2021

Teens who use cannabis frequently more likely to have premature baby, study suggests

August 20, 2021

Treating newly infected COVID-19 patients with plasma from COVID survivors demonstrates no significant benefit

August 19, 2021

Complicating the Contribution of Persistent Infection to Neurodegeneration and Alzheimer's Disease Risk

Researchers have in recent years put forward contradictory evidence for and against a role for persistent infection, such as by herpesviruses, in neurodegeneration and the incidence of Alzheimer's disease. The Alzheimer's disease scientific community is in need of a good explanation as to why only some people with the known […]
August 19, 2021

Computer algorithms are currently revolutionising biology

August 19, 2021

Moderna gives bigger antibody boost than Pfizer in elderly: U of T researchers

August 19, 2021

Examining damaging effects of teeth-whitening products on dental cells

August 18, 2021

VEGF Upregulation Slows Age-Related Capillary Density Loss, Extending Health and Life Span in Mice

The aging of the vasculature has detrimental effects on organs throughout the body. The most structurally apparent issue is that of atherosclerosis, the buildup of fatty deposits that narrow and weaken blood vessels. This ultimately leads to heart failure, stroke, heart attack, and death. A close second is the stiffening […]
August 18, 2021

New approach effectively relieves chronic low back pain

August 18, 2021

Cannabis use disorder: another COVID risk factor

August 18, 2021

Antibodies elicited by COVID-19 vaccination effective against delta variant

August 18, 2021

Robotics, AI key to faster cardiac ultrasound system under development

August 18, 2021

Penn Study Details Robust T-Cell Response to mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines—a More Durable Source of Protection

August 18, 2021

Students who misuse prescription drugs risk mental health, academic challenges, OSU study finds

August 18, 2021

Yale scientists reveal molecular pathway for smarter breast cancer drugs

August 17, 2021

Insilico Medicine announces the preclinical candidate for kidney fibrosis

Insilico Medicine announces the preclinical candidate for kidney fibrosis discovered using end-to-end artificial intelligence engine. Insilico Medicine, a global company specializing in the applications of the next-generation machine learning technologies for drug discovery and development, announced today that its AI-powered drug discovery platform had delivered the preclinical candidate (“PCC”) for […]
August 17, 2021

Blood pressure medications have similar results but different side effects

August 17, 2021

New hypothesis proposed for how chlamydia might increase cancer and ectopic pregnancy risk

August 17, 2021

New Technique Surveys Microbial Spatial Gene Expression Patterns

August 17, 2021

Researchers Unlock Genetic ‘Treasure Map’ for Chronic Kidney Disease

August 17, 2021

New analysis of landmark scurvy study leads to update on vitamin C needs

August 17, 2021

‘Smart cells’ show promise to treat disease

August 17, 2021

Discovery of a Subset of Human Short Introns Spliced Out by a Distinct Mechanism

Pre-mRNA splicing in a subset of human short introns is governed by a distinct mechanism involving a new splicing factor. The interrupted non-coding regions in pre-mRNAs, termed “introns,” are excised by “splicing” to generate mature coding mRNAs that are translated into proteins. As human pre-mRNA introns vary in length, the […]
August 16, 2021

Scientists learn more about the rare vaccine-induced blood clotting condition

We have only one way to come out of this pandemic – vaccines. And yet many people are hesitant to take them, because of myths, anxiety, distrust of the pharmaceutical industry and actual cases of vaccine-induced immune thrombocytopenia and thrombosis. Now scientists from UCL have a better understanding of the […]
August 16, 2021

Senescent T Cells in the Context of Cancer

Cells become senescent in response to potentially cancer-inducing stresses and damage, to tissue injury, or when they reach the Hayflick limit on cellular replication. Senescent cells cease to replicate and secrete pro-inflammatory, pro-growth signals. They are cleared by the immune system or via programmed cell death mechanisms. Their presence is […]
August 16, 2021

Scientist studies roundworms to understand how human cells die

August 16, 2021

Probiotics for corals boost resilience, help prevent mortality

August 16, 2021

Researchers solve structure of BRCA2 protein complex important in DNA repair

August 16, 2021

Can this Controversial New Drug Curb Alzheimer’s Disease?

August 15, 2021

Disruption of Naive T Cell Quiescence in Immune Aging

This open access paper discusses a secondary issue in the aging of the adaptive immune system. Of primary concern is that the supply of new T cells diminishes over time, due to the atrophy of the thymus where such cells mature, as well as due to issues in the hematopoietic […]