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The researchers found restoring mitochondrial homeostasis in the diseased neurons could protect the optic nerve cells from being damaged from glaucoma.
US researchers have identified a protein that interacts and enhances the spread of neurotoxic species of tau, which is primarily found in neurons that appear abnormal in the brains of Alzheimer’s disease patients.
The NPGPx protein is active in foetuses, but largely dormant and absent in diabetic adults.
A new study led by the Indiana University School of Medicine showed human induced pluripotent stem cells can improve visual acuity, vascular health and other complications related to type 2 diabetes.
The study found that deleting the ABI3 gene in mice increased plaques and inflammation in the brain, suggesting avenues for new treatments.
A novel synthetic “switch” has been developed that could hold the key to revolutionary smart insulin therapy for diabetic patients.
A new study reveals that the Toxoplasma gondii parasite acts through the IRE1 protein to cause infected cells to migrate through the body, spreading the parasite.
Researchers have developed a way to produce proteins from lettuce which can effectively combat pulmonary arterial hypertension in animals.
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