A new kind of antibody that may combat several neurodegenerative conditions has been discovered
Researchers show that eliminating the gene encoding Lef1 disrupts the development of certain nerve cells in the hypothalamus that affect stress and anxiety.
A team of researchers have developed a strategy that enables them to identify potential treatments of MECP2 duplication syndrome.
An overwhelming majority of the microbes in our bodies have never been seen before, let alone classified and named.
Out through the window: Crystal structure reveals details of nonstandard RNA transcription.
For the first time, researchers are using proteomics to examine proteins and peptides in saliva in order to accurately detect exposure to Zika virus.
Research highlights differences between human and murine microglia used in studies of Alzheimer’s and other diseases, through studying the nervous system.
A drug-like molecule developed by Duke Health researchers appears to intercede in an inflammatory response that is at the centre of a variety of diseases.
A new mechanism of stomach gland regeneration reveals impact of Helicobacter pylori infectio, the main cause of cancer which infects around half of humans.
Vitamin C may “tell” faulty stem cells in the bone marrow to mature and die normally, instead of multiplying to cause blood cancers.
A powerful pain reliever has been discovered that acts on a previously unknown pain pathway, the synthetic compound could be instrumental in public health.
Lung cancer patients whose tumours harbour specific genomic mutations are more likely to benefit from a novel drug currently in clinical trials.
A fault in the process that copies DNA during cell division can cause epigenetic changes that may be inherited for up to five generations.
Genetic differences in immune response demonstrate interaction of genetics and environment linked to disease risk, find researchers.
By studying the RNA, scientists have demonstrated how mercury enters the food web and affects the microalgae at its base.