New findings on dementia reveal that brain atrophy spreads via connected brain networks, rather than simply adjacent areas of the brain.
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Microglia brain immune cells are vital in conjunction with the APOE4 gene during the development of Alzheimer’s in mouse models, researchers have found.
Scientists in the US have identified a particular bacterial strain, Segmented filamentous bacteria (SFB), that can prevent and cure rotavirus in mice.
A genetic mutation that causes idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis has been identified and could lead to a new therapeutic approach to treating the disease.
Researchers have discovered that a specific subset of gamma delta T cells can be found in higher numbers of breast cancer survivor tissue, indicating its role in fighting the condition.
A study has uncovered the mechanism behind calcium entry and exit into T cells, which could be used in development of autoimmune disease treatments.
The researcher Sir Peter Ratcliffe and two others have been jointly awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine 2019.
Researchers have uncovered a treatment that may be used to treat heart attacks or to prevent heart failure, using the circadian clock.
A study has revealed that a mutation in the NKAP gene causes a rare syndrome, providing researchers with the potential to develop treatments for the condition.
Researchers have shown that a monoclonal antibody prevents viruses from fusing with cell membranes to gain entry.
This article outlines how next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies are helping scientists to uncover the underlying causes of cancer; highlighting what needs to be done to unearth the relevant information from the reams of data it generates.
The mechanism in the brain connecting chronic pain and depression could lead to treatments for both, according to researchers.
Researchers have found that the FHL1 protein plays a key role in chikungunya virus replication and pathogenesis.
A new method to reactivate 'tumour suppressor' genes switched off by cancer cells could lead to new targeted biotherapies for cancer.