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Scleroderma May be Initiated by Cancer
Study show that mutation of a normal gene in a cancer can be the initiator of an autoimmune disease.
A*STAR Scientists Discover Novel Hormone Essential for Heart Development
This unusual discovery could aid cardiac repair and provide new therapies to common heart diseases and hypertension.
Prions, vCJD and the Immune System Relay
BBSRC is helping to shed new light on variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
New Statistical Tools Being Developed for Mining Cancer Data
Team from Rice, BCM, UT Austin tackling big data variety.
Bad Proteins Branch Out
Rice researchers find misfolded proteins are capable of forming tree-like aggregates.
Viral Infections May Have Met Their Match
Researchers ID protein that sets off body's response to fight infection.
Scientists Identify Key Protein in Communication Between Brain Cells
Scientists are a step closer to understanding how some of the brain's 100 billion nerve cells co-ordinate their communication.
Protein Responsible for Controlling Communication Between Brain Cells Identified
Scientists are a step closer to understanding how some of the brain’s 100 billion nerve cells co-ordinate their communication.
Chemical Signature for Fast Form of Parkinson's Found
The physical decline experienced by Parkinson's disease patients eventually leads to disability and a lower quality of life.
Researchers Solve a Mystery about Type 2 Diabetes Drug
AB SCIEX TripleTOF® and QTRAP® technologies support breakthrough medical study.
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