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US researchers say new mechanism could lead to new drugs and therapies to treat normal cognitive decline in aging.
US researchers uncover that body building supplement: HMB, may help stop the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers from Brazil discovered that survival of the parasitic worm that cause the disease schistosomiasis, depends on expression of a specific type of RNA. In animal trials, inhibition of the molecule interrupted the infection.
Important step achieved by US researchers as stable and potent immune therapy delivery system eradicates tumours in mouse models of melanoma, colon, and breast cancer, while preventing the formation of future tumour.
Professor at Texas Tech University's Department of Biological Sciences has been granted an Innovative Project Award by the American Heart Association to delve into the intricacies of atherosclerosis, a condition responsible for artery thickening and severe health complications.
Tracy Saveria, James Roberts and Brian Finrow from Lumen Bioscience discuss progress in the aspiration for global vaccine access and how Lumen Bioscience’s inhalation malaria vaccine represents a major step towards it.
HGPS mouse models were used to test the hypothesis that the accelerated aging typical of progeroid mice is associated with reduced hepatic H2S production.
Japanese researchers successfully engineered iPSCs to secrete a modified enzyme, mNAGA, and restored enzyme activity in vitro and in a mouse model, opening new avenues for regenerative medicine for conditions such as Fabry Disease.
South Korean researchers have developed a hydrogel using a uterus-derived decellularised extracellular matrix, bringing hope for those challenged with infertility.
Cane toad breathing monitored using ‘photonic radar’ at millimetre scale acts as proof of principle for human health detection in clinical environments
Researchers at the Cima University of Navarra lay the foundations for the application of an immunotherapy combination in patients with the liver cancer: hepatocellular carcinoma.
A combination of radiotherapy followed by immunotherapy is a promising strategy for the treatment of oral malignant melanomas in dogs.