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Molecular biologists find chink in the armor of Candida, the most common human fungal pathogen

Molecular biologists find chink in the armor of Candida, the most common human fungal pathogen

New centre of excellence to develop stem cell treatments for diabetes and diseases of the brain

New centre of excellence to develop stem cell treatments for diabetes and diseases of the brain

First license to begin research involving therapeutic cloning

First license to begin research involving therapeutic cloning

Possible therapeutic approach to lowering LDL cholesterol and homocysteine levels

Possible therapeutic approach to lowering LDL cholesterol and homocysteine levels

People with extremely early or extremely late sleep times may suffer from Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder

People with extremely early or extremely late sleep times may suffer from Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder

Bone marrow stem cells exposed to damaged liver tissue quickly convert into healthy liver cells

Bone marrow stem cells exposed to damaged liver tissue quickly convert into healthy liver cells

Research laboratory at the forefront of the science of metabolomics

Research laboratory at the forefront of the science of metabolomics

₤16.5 million investment in stem cell research

₤16.5 million investment in stem cell research

International adult stem cell 'retraining' project starts in Birmingham

International adult stem cell 'retraining' project starts in Birmingham

Toxoplasma gondii discovery may help fight against malaria

Toxoplasma gondii discovery may help fight against malaria

Revolutionary self healing bandage that uses the patient's own cells

Revolutionary self healing bandage that uses the patient's own cells

Are we as crazy as mad cows?

Are we as crazy as mad cows?

Cell division can be halted in multiple ways, with implications for cancer

Cell division can be halted in multiple ways, with implications for cancer

Scientists may have figured out how to use stem cells to regenerate lost or injured tissue

Scientists may have figured out how to use stem cells to regenerate lost or injured tissue

Closer to understanding the function of a protein linked to an inherited form of the movement disorder dystonia

Closer to understanding the function of a protein linked to an inherited form of the movement disorder dystonia

Scientists move closer toward treatment for degenerative diseases

Scientists move closer toward treatment for degenerative diseases

Study suggests that the vitamins, such as E, C, and beta carotene, could raise bad form of cholesterol

Study suggests that the vitamins, such as E, C, and beta carotene, could raise bad form of cholesterol

New technique of identifying genes may help researchers developing drugs

New technique of identifying genes may help researchers developing drugs

A burst of brain energy depends more on a unique molecular cycle than on blood flow variation

A burst of brain energy depends more on a unique molecular cycle than on blood flow variation

Protein on the centrosome key to new strategies for stopping cancer growth

Protein on the centrosome key to new strategies for stopping cancer growth