New imaging technology called fluorescence lifetime (FLT) imaging improves the accuracy of cancer surgery for multiple tumour types.
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New MGH study finds that macrophages and macrophage-produced proteins contribute to heartbeat irregularities, thus targeting these cells can aid atrial fibrillation treatment.
Novel approach stimulates DNA repair mechanisms to combat a leading cause of autism spectrum disorders
US researchers report promising results for fragile X syndrome, by stimulating cells' DNA repair mechanisms that could correct the inherited genetic defect associated with the disorder.
The scientists used a new in vitro platform, which allowed intestinal organoids to be cultured on an open lumen, planar system that could be manipulated experimentally.
The scientists say that the engineered CRISPR enzymes could overcome key limitations for eventual use to treat genetic diseases irrespective of a patient’s particular mutation.
US scientists have designed a mathematical model that can predict COVID-19 vaccines’ effectiveness over the long term in healthy individuals and those who have cancer or suppressed immune responses.
Unlike other mitochondrial diseases, a newly discovered form leads to hyperactive mitochondria, causing patients to have low body weight despite excessive food intake.
A new study has highlighted that the interferon gamma receptor pathway is necessary for CAR T-cell mediated killing in solid tumours.
Researchers have developed a novel method for enhancing CAR T therapy through a drug combination and cellular engineering that improves the strength and durability of the tumour-killing effect of a CAR T directed against AML.
Researchers have developed a promising new tool that accurately uses genomic data to predict disease risk across diverse populations.
Scientists have found that molecules produced by cells in response to stress may be indicators of various diseases.