Japanese research shows that treating systemic autoimmune diseases with RNases can be detrimental, depending on the composition of the immune complex.
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Australian researchers analyse the way specialised white blood cells produce an immune response, which could lead to the development of preventative treatments for cancer and infectious diseases.
Guidelines unveiled at AAIC 2023 using blood biomarkers offer faster and more effective Alzheimer's diagnosis.
Looking at how cells can self-organise could help us understand the way cells manage biochemical processes.
HGPS mouse models were used to test the hypothesis that the accelerated aging typical of progeroid mice is associated with reduced hepatic H2S production.
US investigators find that some cases of Lynch syndrome, the most common hereditary cancer condition, are missed in younger patients under current screening guidelines.
New US research underlines the relationship between substance use and significant modifications to an inhibitory brain circuit, resulting in decreased cognitive flexibility
A study out of Japan reveals diversity of protein structures and how they fold in nature, uncovering a myriad of protein topologies.
Swedish study reveals a significant link between specific gut bacteria and the development of coronary atherosclerotic plaques, a leading cause of heart attacks.
10 to 20 percent of individuals that get COVID-19 will be later diagnosed with long COVID. New research looks at blood plasma protein patterns that can improve patient outcomes.
US researchers combine revascularisation techniques to allow new blood vessels to rapidly form in an architecturally organised manner.
Japanese study has identified three previously unknown membrane proteins in ovarian cancer, using a new detection method consisting of nanotechnology and imaging techniques.
Cornell University launches $11.3 Million Scientific Artificial Intelligence Centre to unlock the potential of human-AI collaboration in scientific discoveries.
A US study has overcome a major obstacle in cell-free DNA (cfDNA) testing or liquid biopsy, offering promising advancements in disease diagnosis and monitoring.
Local gyrification index, which measures cortical folding in the brain, could be a novel neuroimaging marker for major depressive disorder.