Study in mice significantly slowed liver tumour growth and activated anti-tumour immune response, highlighting an effective immunotherapy for liver cancer.
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Researchers have developed a new bioinformatics pipeline that could help investigate the mechanism underlying the development of autoimmune diseases following SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Researchers have developed a novel class of therapeutics, called feedback disruptors, that could have the potential to be resistance-proof drugs.
Two new papers from the Human Cell Atlas shed new light on the types and traits of immune cells that can be found in the human body, from developmental stages to adulthood.
Researchers have found blood proteins that cause migraines and have a shared link with Alzheimer’s disease that could potentially be prevented by repurposing existing therapeutics.
In a new study, researchers describe a process for converting non-neuronal cells into functioning neurons able to restore capacities undermined by Parkinson’s destruction of dopaminergic cells.
Researchers have found that restoring lost gene activity prevents many disease signs in an animal model of Pitt-Hopkins syndrome.
Mouse study shows lab-grown, self-sustainable muscle cells could repair diseases such as muscular dystrophy
A new study highlights how scientists have successfully cultivated human muscle stem cells capable of renewing themselves and repairing muscle tissue damage in mice, findings that could lead to therapeutics to treat muscular dystrophy disorder.
A new study in animals has shown that gene editing may be a potential treatment for anxiety and alcohol use disorder in adults who were exposed to binge drinking in their adolescence.
In a new study, researchers from Osaka University have highlighted that mesenchymal stem cells could repress type 1 diabetes caused by cancer drugs.
Researchers have developed a novel method for enhancing CAR T therapy through a drug combination and cellular engineering that improves the strength and durability of the tumour-killing effect of a CAR T directed against AML.
New data from high-resolution imaging has revealed the origin of circulatory system during development, a discovery that could help advance therapeutics for various vasculature-related pathologies.
A new study has shown that cilia-free human pluripotent stem cells could help scientists understand the causes of polycystic kidney disease and other cilia-linked illnesses.