In a new study, a calorie-restricted diet significantly reduced tumour growth in mouse models, suggesting new possibilities for cancer therapies.
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Enzymes are macromolecular biological catalysts. Enzymes accelerate, or catalyse, chemical reactions.
Researchers are identifying molecules that interact with neurolysin, a peptidase that helps protect the brain against stroke.
Lipophosphonoxins may represent the next generation of antibiotics and can be delivered using a new type of dressing for skin wounds.
The new CRISPR-based technology called MIC-Drop rapidly identified several genes for heart development and function in zebrafish.
Researchers discovered that glioblastoma cells rely on biotin distribution for growth, leading to possible future drug combinations.
A novel gene therapy has fully corrected whole-body alterations in a rat model, paving the way for Morquio A therapies.
Researchers have identified a spider-like antibacterial mechanism by immune cells that could inspire Staphylococcus aureus treatments.
Study reveals that the HSP27 protein plays a role in regulating blood vessel leakage, providing new targets for drugs against sepsis.
Researchers have developed a new method that could make enzyme replacement therapy more efficient for Pompe disease treatment.
NICEdrug.ch is an open-access database that may help scientists assess potential drugs for a range of diseases more quickly.
Scientists have uncovered the crucial role of the enzyme NMNAT-2 in ovarian cancers, as well as other biomarkers that could lead to treatments.
Researchers identified a potential therapeutic involving the inhibition of PIP4K enzymes which could enable the immune system to destroy tumour cells.
A metabolic control pathway that regulates T follicular helper cells could enhance vaccine effectiveness, including those that protect against COVID-19.
New findings from collaborative research in the United States have identified a promising new treatment avenue for type 2 diabetes patients centring on the activity of the amino acid, GABA.