The Atlas of Variant Effects Alliance will develop a map of human genetic variants to advance the understanding and treatment of disease.
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The discovery of an inflammatory pathway promoting brain ageing and cognitive decline could lead to new treatments for age-related conditions.
New study finds a combination of antibodies that can prepare mice to accept stem cells from an immunologically mismatched donor.
Researchers in the U.S. have discovered that skeletal stem cells in the jaws of adult mice de-differentiate when tasked with regenerating large portions of bone and tissue.
A team of scientists led by Stanford University School of Medicine has identified a link between how proteins bind to our DNA and how cancer develops. This finding may allow researchers to predict cancer pathways and long-term patient outcomes.
Scientists in the U.S. have demonstrated an effective means of administering gene therapy in mice, without the dangerous autoimmune reaction that often occurs.
Doctors may soon be able to predict the efficacy of a widely used lung cancer drug based on an imaging agent and a simple scan.
A study in mice has suggested that iPS cells may train the immune system to attack or even prevent tumours...
Experimental activation of a small set of nerve cells in the brain prevents convulsive seizures in a mouse model of temporal lobe epilepsy.
Antibody-based infrared fluorescent imaging can specifically distinguish cancer from normal tissue in patients with glioblastoma...
Scientists have described a new type of test that can detect genetic mutations in minute amounts of DNA...
21 March 2016 | By Victoria White
The MOZART technique could allow scientists to detect tumours in the skin or see abnormal blood vessels from the early stages of macular degeneration...