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Neutrophil's Role During Tumor Progression Unraveled
Neutrophil's Role During Tumor Progression Unraveled
News   Oct 16, 2018

Neutrophils migrate from the bone marrow to distant sites and facilitate tumor cell seeding and establishment of metastasis.

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Monitoring Molecules Keeps Cells Healthy
Monitoring Molecules Keeps Cells Healthy
News   Oct 15, 2018

An integrated technique for monitoring specific biomolecules could indicate the health of living cell cultures produced for cell-based therapeutics.

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 Immune Cells in Triple-negative Breast Cancer: Potential Therapeutic Target
Immune Cells in Triple-negative Breast Cancer: Potential Therapeutic Target
News   Oct 12, 2018

A way to disrupt the tumor microenvironment of an aggressive form of breast cancer has been identified, showing therapeutic promise.

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Mature Mouse Neurons Unexpectedly Reprogrammed
Mature Mouse Neurons Unexpectedly Reprogrammed
News   Oct 12, 2018

Mature neurons have been changed directly from one kind to another, challenging prevailing views of cell development.

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Previously Unknown Role for Basophils in the Lung
Previously Unknown Role for Basophils in the Lung
News   Oct 12, 2018

Basophils, immune cells mainly known in the context of allergy, found to play a crucial role in the development of macrophages in the lung.

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Infection Type Influences Path to Deadly Sepsis
Infection Type Influences Path to Deadly Sepsis
News   Oct 11, 2018

Host responses during sepsis progression can vary in important ways based on pathogen type.

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Missing Link in Lupus Illuminated
Missing Link in Lupus Illuminated
News   Oct 11, 2018

Light has been shed on how cells that produce autoimmune antibodies in systemic lupus erythematosus escape the normal “checks and balances”.

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Know Your Enemy
Know Your Enemy
News   Oct 10, 2018

To fight your enemies, it helps to know their weaknesses. And, the more specific your knowledge, the easier it is to undermine their defenses - this includes bacteria.

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Spatiotemporal Self-patterning of Stem Cells Interrogated with CRISPR
Spatiotemporal Self-patterning of Stem Cells Interrogated with CRISPR
News   Oct 10, 2018

Understanding how physical organization of cells influences their identity is necessary for creating better organoids.

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Implantable, Biodegradable Electrodes Speed Up Neural Regeneration
Implantable, Biodegradable Electrodes Speed Up Neural Regeneration
News   Oct 09, 2018

Scientists have developed a implantable, biodegradable device that delivers regular pulses of electricity to damaged peripheral nerves in rats, helping the animals regrow nerves in their legs and recover their nerve function and muscle strength more quickly.

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