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How a Common Cancer Hijacks Wound-Healing Switch

A*STAR researchers have identified the molecular means by which a common form of cancer hijacks wound-healing processes to help it spread. The team hope...
blood clot

National Clinical Trial Finds Certain Treatments for Blood Clots Not Effective

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) – blood clots, usually in the legs – is commonly treated with either a blood thinner or by combining the...
Alzheimer's

Healthy Mitochondria Could Stop Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia and neurodegeneration worldwide. A major hallmark of the disease is the accumulation of toxic plaques...
purified nanotubes

Wheat Gets Boost from Purified Nanotubes

The introduction of purified carbon nanotubes appears to have a beneficial effect on the early growth of wheatgrass, according to Rice University scientists. But...
uraniumvideo

Uranium to Replace Plastic? Chemistry Breakthrough Could Pave the Way for...

Uranium can perform reactions that previously no one thought possible, which could transform the way industry makes bulk chemicals, polymers, and the precursors to...
Microchips

Organs on Microchips for Safe Drug Testing

New drugs are in high demand all over the world to treat infectious diseases, such as Ebola or AIDS, or age- and environmentally related...
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How a Common Cancer Hijacks Wound-Healing Switch

A*STAR researchers have identified the molecular means by which a common form of cancer hijacks wound-healing processes to help it spread. The team hope...
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Hepatitis C ‘Treatment as Prevention’ Strategy Examined in New Study

Hepatitis C infection is a global phenomenon that affects millions worldwide, with an estimated 30,500 new cases in the United States alone each year....
nanosciencevideo

Neutrophil-Inspired Propulsion

When white blood cells are summoned to combat invasive bacteria, they move along blood vessels in a specific fashion, i.e., like a ball propelled...
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Researchers Harness New Technology to Find Improved Ways of Understanding MND

Our brains function by electrical and chemical signalling. Recording brain wave patterns can be very helpful in conditions like epilepsy, but the potential of...
blood pressure

Combination Low-Salt and Heart-Healthy “Dash” Diet as Effective as Drugs for...

A study of more than 400 adults with prehypertension, or stage 1 high blood pressure, found that combining a low-salt diet with the heart-healthy...
Parkinson’s Disease

New Possibility to Prevent and Treat Parkinson’s Disease with Licorice Extract

DGIST’s research team led by Dr. Yun-Il Lee in Well Aging Research Center has identified a new mechanism of inhibition of dopaminergic neuronal apoptosis...
nanowiresvideo

How to Make Straight Nanowires, in Three Minutes

The challenge of the My Thesis in 180 Seconds contest is to describe a complicated scientific subject in layman’s terms so that the general...
cardiac fibrosis

Suppression of miR-29 Protects Against Cardiac Fibrosis

Cardiac fibrosis involves an increase of connective tissue in the cardiac muscle, causing a loss of function. A team of researchers at the Technical...
painkiller, Alzheimer's, Supercomputer

In Search of the Painkiller of the Future

Big challenges must be mastered in the development of new drugs, especially in solutions for patients with previously untreatable pain: Complex disease mechanisms need...
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Can a Common Ingredient in Laundry Detergent Help Advance Diabetes Research?

Two oxygen-producing compounds – including one that boosts performance in some laundry detergents – might one day play a key role in helping scientists...
antibiotics

How Robots Could Solve the Antibiotics Production Crisis

“A WHO report in February listed a worrying number of pathogens that threaten our health because there are fewer and fewer drugs that can...
liver cancer, Artificial intelligence, forests, vitamin B12 deficiency, pre-term birth, HIV infection

Liver Cancer Could Be Halted by Boosting Immune System

International research involving the University of Adelaide has helped to better understand how a diseased liver promotes the development of cancer. This work could...
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Autoimmunity May Underlie Newly Discovered Painful Nerve-damage Disorder

An analysis of the medical records of patients treated at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) for an often-mysterious condition involving damage to small nerve fibers...
bio robot

A New Bio-Robot

Isaac Newton is said to have had his “Eureka!” moment when an apple fell on his head. Philipp Spycher had the idea that inspired...