Scientists used a synthetic thyroid hormone in mice to regulate the TREM2 gene implicated in diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
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Scientists have discovered a new pharmacological approach to reduce the mitochondrial dysfunction that promotes diet-induced obesity in mice.
Scientists have uncovered an important clue to the COVID-19-related multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C).
A study has shown that inhibiting the REST gene boosted insulin-producing cells during early pancreas development in animals.
Frameshifting therapy has been shown to reduce the number of mast cells by “mutating” mRNA, showing promise as a new cancer treatment.
Researchers have developed a new method that manipulates tiny water droplets in lab-on-chip applications for cell culturing and drug screening.
A new study has revealed how ketamine exerts its antidepressant effect, raising hopes of finding new treatment options for the disease.
A new study has found abnormalities in the blood vessels of human hearts, possibly leading to treatments for cardiac microvascular dysfunction.
A team of scientists used a CRISPR-Cas9 technique known as prime editing to correct cystic fibrosis in cultured human stem cells.
New insights into lung squamous cell carcinoma (LSCC) have emerged from a proteogenomic study, leading to the identification of potential drug targets.
Photobiomodulation therapy was shown to heal burn injuries faster by triggering the growth protein TGF-beta 1 in mice, potentially improving treatments.
MIT researchers have shown that a combination of three drugs can eliminate pancreatic tumours in mice, possibly leading to new therapies.
Scientists demonstrated how to reverse the incorrect localisation of three RNA-binding proteins in ALS, potentially leading to treatments.
Scientists have used genetic sequencing to demonstrate how the transmission of gut bacteria influences its evolution and functions, which could effect human health.
Fenofibrate and its active form, fenofibric acid, have been shown to significantly reduce COVID-19 infection in human cells.