- Researchers at the Gladstone Institutes and several other institutions say they have discovered that changing a specific part of the huntingtin protein ...
- In 1927, Austrian physician Julius Wagner-Jauregg won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the therapeutic value of ...
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- The National Institutes of Health soon expects to lift a moratorium on funding for controversial experiments that add human stem cells to ...
- ommon mechanisms in aging and obesity are hypothesized to increase susceptibility to neurodegeneration, however direct evidence in support of this hypothesis is ...
- Evidence emerges almost daily in support of the microbiome’s influence on a variety of body systems and disease states. Yet, can it ...
- Earlier this year, Seres Therapeutics publishedpromising data from an early-stage trial for its SER-109, a pill containing bacterial spores isolated from stool ...
- Scientists studying Zika are moving quickly to generate a vaccine against the mosquito-borne virus that continues to spread through South and Central ...
- Taking advantage of a deaminase enzyme that introduces a single nucleotide change to DNA, researchers have created a modified CRISPR/Cas9tool that avoids ...
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