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May the Cellular Force be With You
Like tiny construction workers, cells sculpt embryonic tissues and organs in 3D space.
Staphylococcus Aureus Bacteria Turns Immune System Against Itself
Around 20 percent of all humans are persistently colonized with Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, including the antibiotic-resistant strain MRSA.
New Swine Influenza Project to Better Understand Virus Transmission
The Pirbright Institute in Surrey has been awarded £4.4 million to work with researchers from universities on a long-term study on the transmission of swine influenza.
NIH Network Revolutionizes Stroke Clinical Research
Stroke remains number one cause of disability and fourth leading cause of death in the United States.
CRISPR System Scales Up in Human Cells
For decades, researchers have sought a biological toolset capable of precisely and systematically turning off genes throughout the genomes of human cells.
Speeding up Gene Discovery
New gene-editing system enables large-scale studies of gene function.
Keeping Growth in Check
Ribosomal proteins RPL5 and RPL11 play an essential role in normal cell proliferation.
Study Breaks Blood-Brain Barriers to Understanding Alzheimer’s
NIH-funded study suggests brain blood vessel cells may be therapeutic targets for Alzheimer’s disease.
Metabolomics as a Diagnostic Tool in Gastroenterology
This review summarizes contributions that metabolomics has made in IBD and IBS and presents potential future directions within the field.
Gene-Silencing Data Now Publicly Available to Help Scientists Better Understand Disease
NIH data-sharing collaboration with Life Technologies will advance genetic and translational research, therapeutic target discovery.
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