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Apoptosis is programmed cell death, the body's normal method of disposing of damaged, unwanted, or unneeded cells.
Essen BioScience Launches the IncuCyte® S3 Live-Cell Analysis Platform

Essen BioScience Launches the IncuCyte® S3 Live-Cell Analysis Platform

Could light from LED screens cause irreversible eye damage?

Could light from LED screens cause irreversible eye damage?

Researchers identify odorant troenan that can inhibit colorectal cancer growth

Researchers identify odorant troenan that can inhibit colorectal cancer growth

MIT researchers devise new strategy to make tumor cells more susceptible to cancer treatment

MIT researchers devise new strategy to make tumor cells more susceptible to cancer treatment

Study shows that peripartum cardiomyopathy is not disease of the poor and occurs globally

Study shows that peripartum cardiomyopathy is not disease of the poor and occurs globally

Scientists explain phenomenon of exceptional longevity in naked mole-rats

Scientists explain phenomenon of exceptional longevity in naked mole-rats

Inflammation acts as double-edge sword in regeneration, study reveals

Inflammation acts as double-edge sword in regeneration, study reveals

Research sheds new light on key factor involved in several diseases

Research sheds new light on key factor involved in several diseases

Huddersfield researchers discover cancer curing molecule that opens door for highly-effective treatment

Huddersfield researchers discover cancer curing molecule that opens door for highly-effective treatment

NSAIDs could potentially be repurposed as life-saving treatment for sepsis, research suggests

NSAIDs could potentially be repurposed as life-saving treatment for sepsis, research suggests

Scientists explore role of salt and immune system in raising blood pressure of females

Scientists explore role of salt and immune system in raising blood pressure of females

LMU study shows crucial role of microRNAs in protecting precursors of neurons

LMU study shows crucial role of microRNAs in protecting precursors of neurons

Exosome isolation using ultracentrifugation

Exosome isolation using ultracentrifugation

New ‘release and kill’ strategy may shorten treatment periods for patients with tuberculosis

New ‘release and kill’ strategy may shorten treatment periods for patients with tuberculosis

Scientists synthesize and evaluate mono/di-halogenated coumarins for anticancer activity

Scientists synthesize and evaluate mono/di-halogenated coumarins for anticancer activity

Tissue engineering advance can be important step towards preventing heart failure after heart attack

Tissue engineering advance can be important step towards preventing heart failure after heart attack

Light emitted from digital screens can cause irreversible damage to eyes, research shows

Light emitted from digital screens can cause irreversible damage to eyes, research shows

Caspase-2 enzyme deficiency linked to higher cancer risk

Caspase-2 enzyme deficiency linked to higher cancer risk

TSRI scientists receive $1.8 million grant to develop drug candidates for multiple diseases

TSRI scientists receive $1.8 million grant to develop drug candidates for multiple diseases

Researchers evaluate use of regenerative human umbilical cord for in-utero spina bifida repair

Researchers evaluate use of regenerative human umbilical cord for in-utero spina bifida repair