Novel approaches to brain disorder diagnosis and treatment may be developed following a project to form a map of the mouse hippocampus.
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US researchers studied the extracellular vesicles of fibrosis and find potential avenue for new treatments and therapeutics.
New Salk Institute, US, research could lead to the development of new HIV therapeutics that overcome resistance to existing drugs.
US researchers have connected a rare T cell called Th9 with treating allergies, testing in mouse models with asthma.
Long-awaited findings about cell differentiation will be relevant in understanding normal development and may also be useful in cancer research.
The new study identified PDZ-binding kinase (PBK) as a promising target for pulmonary hypertension and assessed two PBK inhibitors.
Central to reproducibility in biomedical research is the ability to use well-characterised and defined reagents. The CPTAC Antibody Portal serves as a National Cancer Institute community resource that provides access to many standardised renewable affinity reagents to cancer-associated targets and accompanying characterisation data. Nikki Withers spoke to Dr Tara Hiltke…
Researchers may have fundamentally altered the way scientists study brain diseases with new CRISPR technology.
A new mouse model, called 'wildlings', has been developed which better mirrors human immune responses than standard laboratory mice.
Scientists have mapped areas of the brain that are linked to Alzheimer's disease to deliver genetically-targeted drugs to specific neurons...
Approach could improve understanding of immune system recovery in people treated for HIV infection...
Use of labelling technology in mice leads to discoveries in process of natural blood formation...