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New platform could help treat neurodegenerative diseases using regenerative medicine

New platform could help treat neurodegenerative diseases using regenerative medicine

Sufficient rest during holidays restores functions associated with DNA regulation

Sufficient rest during holidays restores functions associated with DNA regulation

Study reveals new therapeutic targets on SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein

Study reveals new therapeutic targets on SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein

Using soil bacteria for antibiotic production

Using soil bacteria for antibiotic production

Study reveals a new role of SRC-3 protein in various cancers

Study reveals a new role of SRC-3 protein in various cancers

Tiny population of neurons may play a significant role in depression

Tiny population of neurons may play a significant role in depression

Study may lead to alternative treatment for potentially addictive opioid pain killers

Study may lead to alternative treatment for potentially addictive opioid pain killers

Certain coronaviruses steal hosts’ genes to evade their immune system

Certain coronaviruses steal hosts’ genes to evade their immune system

Study uncovers how cells actively seek information to make better collective decisions

Study uncovers how cells actively seek information to make better collective decisions

Study reveals molecular details of how SARS-CoV-2 infects cells

Study reveals molecular details of how SARS-CoV-2 infects cells

Researchers propose new  technique to detect SARS-CoV-2

Researchers propose new technique to detect SARS-CoV-2

Researchers explore the regulatory role of protein in human health and disease

Researchers explore the regulatory role of protein in human health and disease

New report highlights coffee's effect on sleep

New report highlights coffee's effect on sleep

Hyperactive RANK protein could trigger autoimmune diseases

Hyperactive RANK protein could trigger autoimmune diseases

Researchers gain a deep insight into the evolutionary history of bitter receptors

Researchers gain a deep insight into the evolutionary history of bitter receptors

Synthetic biomolecule resembles dual stimuli-responsive channel

Synthetic biomolecule resembles dual stimuli-responsive channel

Study shows how stem cell niche maintain their self-renewal capacity

Study shows how stem cell niche maintain their self-renewal capacity

Continuous in vitro monitoring could lead to faster, more effective treatments for chronic conditions

Continuous in vitro monitoring could lead to faster, more effective treatments for chronic conditions

New CAR T therapy could be more effective and less toxic against neuroblastoma

New CAR T therapy could be more effective and less toxic against neuroblastoma

SARS-CoV-2 virus may enter and replicate in human cells by targeting cellular processes

SARS-CoV-2 virus may enter and replicate in human cells by targeting cellular processes