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Study reveals protective role of CRTC1 in stopping people from overeating high-calorie foods

Study reveals protective role of CRTC1 in stopping people from overeating high-calorie foods

Researchers develop point-of-care device to facilitate monitoring of hereditary and hepatic metabolic disorders

Researchers develop point-of-care device to facilitate monitoring of hereditary and hepatic metabolic disorders

Study shows how brain's sensitivity to regret may be altered in mood disorders

Study shows how brain's sensitivity to regret may be altered in mood disorders

Exploring the possibilities of plasma-based therapies for cancer

Exploring the possibilities of plasma-based therapies for cancer

New therapeutic option for HPV-positive head and neck carcinoma discovered

New therapeutic option for HPV-positive head and neck carcinoma discovered

Chromatin accessibility as an early marker of severe COVID-19

Chromatin accessibility as an early marker of severe COVID-19

Molecular cage helps researchers to get atomic-level details of key cancer protein

Molecular cage helps researchers to get atomic-level details of key cancer protein

A closer look at the relationship between COVID-19 and Alzheimer’s disease

A closer look at the relationship between COVID-19 and Alzheimer’s disease

Study suggests a biological basis behind instantaneous compatibility reaction

Study suggests a biological basis behind instantaneous compatibility reaction

Probiotics may be beneficial in COVID-19 treatment

Probiotics may be beneficial in COVID-19 treatment

Expression of a specific gene could regulate feelings of fear and its extinction

Expression of a specific gene could regulate feelings of fear and its extinction

Study shows how G406R single point mutation of the Cav1.2 channel confers autism

Study shows how G406R single point mutation of the Cav1.2 channel confers autism

Drosophila flies lose long-term memory of traumatic event when kept in the dark, study shows

Drosophila flies lose long-term memory of traumatic event when kept in the dark, study shows

Researchers develop new approach for studying experience-driven activity of transcription factors

Researchers develop new approach for studying experience-driven activity of transcription factors

Discovery of protein function opens door to potential therapies for addiction, behavioral disorders

Discovery of protein function opens door to potential therapies for addiction, behavioral disorders

Salk study unlocks new way to target hard-to-treat cancers

Salk study unlocks new way to target hard-to-treat cancers

Study identifies proteins that interact with processes regulating gene p53

Study identifies proteins that interact with processes regulating gene p53

Cell scientist receives $1.9 million NIH grant to study muscle regeneration

Cell scientist receives $1.9 million NIH grant to study muscle regeneration

Cannabis, Alcohol and the Epigenome

Cannabis, Alcohol and the Epigenome

Active lifestyle influences regenerative capacity of neurons after spinal cord injury

Active lifestyle influences regenerative capacity of neurons after spinal cord injury