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How To Identify Drugs That Work Best For Each Patient
Implantable device could allow doctors to test cancer drugs in patients before prescribing chemotherapy.
Unique Insight into the Function of a Key Muscle Protein
In a muscle every protein has to pull its weight. Thanks to high-resolution structural analysis the role of the essential muscle protein a-Actinin is now better understood.
Gene-Editing Technique Offers Hope For Hereditary Diseases
Salk scientists use molecular "scissors" to eliminate mitochondrial mutations in eggs and embryos.
Promising Stem Cell Therapy
Animal model of breast-to-brain cancer spread allows testing of therapeutic-cell approach.
Gene Editing Corrects Mutation In Cystic Fibrosis
Yale researchers successfully corrected the most common mutation in the gene that causes cystic fibrosis, a lethal genetic disorder.
Hundreds Of Cancer Possibilities Arise From Common Skin Mole Mutation
A Houston Methodist-led team of international scientists has identified hundreds of possible new genes in mice that could transform benign skin growths into deadly melanomas.
Tapeworm Drug Shows Promise Against MRSA
A new study shows that a drug already approved to fight tapeworms in people, effectively treated MRSA superbugs in lab cultures and in infected nematode worms.
First Liquid Nanolaser Developed
Technology could lead to new way of doing ‘lab on a chip’ medical diagnostics.
Tiny Lab Devices Could Attack Huge Problem of Drug-Resistant Infections
NIH-funded project aims for fast identification and destruction of deadly bacteria.
Finding Points To A Cause Of Chronic Lung Disease
New research explains how macrophages in the lung sometimes stick around too long, even after clearing a viral infection, leading to long-term lung problems.
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