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Being active reduces risk of prostate cancer

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Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK*, yet we still don’t know all…
Multiplexed C dots track cancer cells to improve patient care

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For more than a decade, researchers have used glowing nanoparticles called Cornell dots, or C dots, to illuminate…
Technique shows how individual cancer cells react to drugs

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A new technique reported in Science overcomes several limitations of typical high-throughput chemical screens conducted on cell samples. Such…
Transition to exhaustion: clues for cancer immunotherapy

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Research on immune cells “exhausted” by chronic viral infection provides clues on how to refine cancer immunotherapy. The…
With cellular blueprint for lungs, Yale researchers look ahead to organ regeneration

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Using sophisticated screening across animal species, researchers at Yale have created a cellular blueprint of the human lung…
Machine Learning Provides New Paradigm in Understanding Microbial Gene Regulation

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E. coli are hardy bacteria, able to live in diverse conditions from the surface of a lettuce leaf…
‘Not all disease is the same’: study highlights protein variability in neurodegenerative diseases

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A new University of Toronto study sheds light on how protein strains vary in the brains of those…
A common drug could help restore limb function after spinal cord injury

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Long-term treatment with gabapentin, a commonly prescribed drug for nerve pain, could help restore upper limb function after…
Developing a new AI breast cancer diagnostic tool

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Scientists are developing a new way to identify the unique chemical ‘fingerprints’ for different types of breast cancers.…
New Treatment Triggers Self-Destruction of Pancreatic Cancer Cells

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Research conducted on human pancreatic tumors transplanted in mice reveals promising results, Tel Aviv University researchers say. Pancreatic…
New research reveals how antiretroviral drugs may damage the hearts of infants exposed to HIV but uninfected

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All babies born to mothers infected with HIV are exposed to the virus in utero, but not all…
Turning Key Metabolic Process Back On Could Make Sarcoma More Susceptible to Treatment

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Soft tissue sarcoma cells stop a key metabolic process which allows them to multiply and spread, and so…
Computer-generated antibiotics, biosensor Band-Aids, and the quest to beat antibiotic resistance

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Imagine if a computer could learn from molecules found in nature and use an algorithm to generate new…
Making higher-energy light to fight cancer

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Materials scientists at the University of California, Riverside and The University of Texas at Austin have demonstrated that…
Researchers identify new gene mutation in familial thyroid cancers

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Researchers from Penn State College of Medicine identified a new gene mutation that may cause a type of familial thyroid…
The risk of cancer diagnoses and death is likely overestimated

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Cancer is  not a rare disease. Depending on your lifestyle, age, sex, genetics and many other factors, you…
New principle for activation of cancer genes discovered

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Researchers have long known that some genes can cause cancer when overactive, but exactly what happens inside the…
Cancer Seems to Have Trouble Spreading in Microgravity

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There are a number of health risks that come with going to space. Aside from the increased exposure…
New path forward for pancreatic cancer treatment

November 29, 2019

Pancreatic cancer is one of the most aggressive cancers – by the time most cases are diagnosed, the…
Confocal micrograph of a young leaf of Cardamine hirsuta (hairy bittercress) with emerging leaflets, showing distribution of the RCO protein. Cell outlines are shown in gray. RCO shown here in red colour is active at the base of initiating leaflets where it reduces growth, leading to the formation of leaflets that are separated from each other. Credit: Neha Bhatia and Peter Huijser/MPG
Self-restrained genes enable evolutionary novelty

November 27, 2019

Changes in the genes that control development can potentially make large contributions to evolution by generating new morphologies…
Tracking inheritance of human mitochondrial DNA

November 27, 2019

New insight into how genetic information stored in human mitochondria is passed from one generation to the next…
Technique identifies T cells primed for certain allergies or infections

November 27, 2019

When your immune system is exposed to a vaccine, an allergen, or an infectious microbe, subsets of T…
Hitachi Developed Automation Technology of 3D Culture to Expand Regenerative Medicine Business

November 27, 2019

Hitachi, Ltd. has announced that Hitachi developed a new automation technology of 3D culture(2), solving problems of the…
Tiffany Scharschmidt, MD, principal investigator of the study.
Newborn Immune System Detects Harmful Skin Bacteria

November 27, 2019

The immune system must learn from early in life to tolerate bacteria that normally populate healthy skin, while…
Nanoscale image of mouse joint. Image credit: Oregon State University
Study paves way to better understanding, treatment of arthritis

November 26, 2019

Oregon State University research has provided the first complete, cellular-level look at what’s going on in joints afflicted…
Babies in the womb may see more than we thought

November 26, 2019

By the second trimester, long before a baby’s eyes can see images, they can detect light. But the…
Gut microbes alter characteristics of norovirus infection

November 26, 2019

The highly contagious norovirus causes diarrhea and vomiting and is notorious for spreading rapidly through densely populated spaces,…
Next-Gen Medicine

November 26, 2019

Harvard, MIT, teaching hospitals team up with industry partners to launch new center for regenerative therapies. From gene…
Intestinal Stem Cell Genes May Link Dietary Fat and Colon Cancer

November 26, 2019

Two genes that appear to help stem cells in the intestine burn dietary fat may play a role…
Cellular origins of pediatric brain tumors identified

November 26, 2019

Researchers make a breakthrough by identifying that several aggressive pediatric brain tumors are the result of stalled development…
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