Researchers have improved the method of regenerating heart muscle after a heart attack using a combination of iPSC-derived cells.
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Midbody’s role in cell signalling and stimulating cell proliferation offers an opportunity to detect cancer.
US researchers have made a significant breakthrough in understanding how the influenza A virus takes over host cells while minimising damage to itself. By studying the protein PA-X, they found that the virus uses a surgical strike approach, selectively degrading host cell RNA while preserving its own replication, shedding light…
UW researchers at the Carbone Cancer Center have identified the cells that can cause graft versus host disease, the most common complication of bone marrow transplants.
A new biodegradable gel can release drugs and special antibodies that simultaneously deplete macrophages from the surgical site and activate T cells.
NPSR1 has been identified as a genetic cause of endometriosis, revealing a potential drug target that may lead to better therapies.
Researchers have developed a potential cancer treatment using light from radiopharmaceuticals and polymer nanoparticles to kill cancer cells.
Researchers have developed a technique utilising antibodies to tag disease-causing proteins, to treat the underlying causes of disease.
A team has identified 219 molecules and genes that influence the severity of COVID-19 in patients, providing information that could aid the development of therapeutics.
A study has discovered a molecule key in neuronal growth that could be used as a drug target to treat anxiety-related diseases.
New research has revealed the immune cells may be critical in moving pathogenic fungal spores to the central nervous system, pointing to drug target.
Researchers have developed a method using PET imaging along with 18F-fluorofuranylnorprogesterone to analyse the efficacy of breast cancer treatments...
A recent study in the U.S. has identified how a mutation in the GFAP gene, which encodes for the GFAP protein, causes the tangles in brain cells associated with Alexander disease and may also impact other neurological diseases.