Protein and Peptide Arrays for Studying Autoimmunity
Professor Paul J. (P.J.) Utz, Stanford University, speaking at Microarray World Congress. Date Posted: Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Human Stem Cells to Rapidly Generate Bone, Heart Muscle A new study shows that combining positive and negative signals can quickly and efficiently steer stem cells down complex developmental pathways to become specialized tissues that could be used in the clinic. Saturday, July 23, 2016New Treatment for Rare Blood Cancers Drug called midostaurin showed promise in an international clinical trial led by a Stanford physician. Wednesday, July 06, 2016Guided Chemotherapy Missiles to Target Cancer Cells Latching chemotherapy drugs onto proteins that seek out tumors could provide a new way of treating tumors in the brain or with limited blood supply that are hard to reach with traditional chemotherapy. Tuesday, July 05, 2016
Link Between Canned Food, BPA Exposure Revealed New Stanford research resolves the debate on the link between canned food and exposure to the hormone-disrupting chemical known as Bisphenol A, or BPA. Friday, July 01, 2016Guided Chemotherapy Missiles Latching chemotherapy drugs onto proteins that seek out tumors could provide a new way of treating tumors in the brain or with limited blood supply that are hard to reach with traditional chemotherapy. Monday, June 20, 2016New Imaging Method Reveals Nanoscale Details about DNA Enhancement to super-resolution microscopy shows orientation of individual molecules, providing a new window into DNA’s structure and dynamics. Monday, June 20, 2016$10M Grant Funds Infection-Focused Center The new center will explore intracellular and intercellular processes by which salmonella bacteria, responsible for more than 100 million symptomatic infections annually, infect immune cells. Wednesday, April 06, 2016Resurrecting an Abandoned Drug Previously discarded drug shows promise in helping human cells in a lab dish fight off two different viruses. Wednesday, March 30, 2016Fracking's Impact on Drinking Water Sources A case study of a small Wyoming town reveals that practices common in the fracking industry may have widespread impacts on drinking water resources. Wednesday, March 30, 2016Imaging Cells and Tissues Under the Skin First technique developed for viewing cells and tissues in three dimensions under the skin. Tuesday, March 22, 2016Glucose-Guzzling Immune Cells May Drive Coronary Artery Disease Researchers at Stanford University have found excessive glucose uptake by inflammatory immune cells called macrophages, which reside in arterial plaques, may be behind coronary artery disease. Wednesday, March 16, 2016Ultra-Sensitive Test for Cancers, HIV Test developed that is thousands of times more sensitive than current diagnostics. Tuesday, March 15, 2016Weighing up the Risk of Groundwater Contamination Faulty, shallow wells can leak oil and natural gas into underground drinking-water supplies, Stanford Professor Rob Jackson finds. Wednesday, February 24, 2016Blood Test Could Transform TB Diagnosis A simple blood test that can accurately diagnose active tuberculosis could make it easier and cheaper to control a disease that kills 1.5 million people every year.
Tuesday, February 23, 2016Paper Published Based on RNA Game Video-gamers have co-authored a paper describing a new set of rules for determining the difficulty of designing structures composed of RNA molecules. Thursday, February 18, 2016