Laboratory News and Research

RSS
Creation of the UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC)

Creation of the UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC)

Nighttime surge of ghrelin may point to new targets for treating obesity

Nighttime surge of ghrelin may point to new targets for treating obesity

First presence of West Nile Virus in Kansas this year

First presence of West Nile Virus in Kansas this year

Understanding how some diseases evade our body's defense system may help explain the incomplete control of chronic viral infections by the immune system

Understanding how some diseases evade our body's defense system may help explain the incomplete control of chronic viral infections by the immune system

Unexplained neurological illness in cattle and sheep – assessing the potential risks to human health

Unexplained neurological illness in cattle and sheep – assessing the potential risks to human health

Australian biomedical scientists tackle malaria with on-line malaria information resource

Australian biomedical scientists tackle malaria with on-line malaria information resource

Continued commercial development of research into DNA repair

Continued commercial development of research into DNA repair

First university-based research center devoted to studying epigenetics

First university-based research center devoted to studying epigenetics

Gene chip technology can detect one of the commonest cystic fibrosis (CF) genetic mutations with 100% accuracy

Gene chip technology can detect one of the commonest cystic fibrosis (CF) genetic mutations with 100% accuracy

A moderately high protein diet could reduce a woman’s chances of becoming pregnant

A moderately high protein diet could reduce a woman’s chances of becoming pregnant

HHS has extended the availability of a recently approved rapid oral HIV test

HHS has extended the availability of a recently approved rapid oral HIV test

Mighty mouse gene works the same way in humans

Mighty mouse gene works the same way in humans

New York study reveals that babies in the womb are more sensitive than their mothers to DNA damage from pollution

New York study reveals that babies in the womb are more sensitive than their mothers to DNA damage from pollution

Prescription pain medications may slow healing process in shoulder operations

Prescription pain medications may slow healing process in shoulder operations

A single dose of a test vaccine sprayed into the nose protects monkeys against the SARS virus

A single dose of a test vaccine sprayed into the nose protects monkeys against the SARS virus

Anabolic steroids may improve surgical repair of shoulder tears

Anabolic steroids may improve surgical repair of shoulder tears

Hair cloning could be the cure for baldness

Hair cloning could be the cure for baldness

Health Canada is warning the Canadian public to immediately discard "BABY" / "BÉBÉ" brand pacifiers

Health Canada is warning the Canadian public to immediately discard "BABY" / "BÉBÉ" brand pacifiers

Treating cocaine addiction with a virus

Treating cocaine addiction with a virus

Implantable chip could serve as a prosthetic retina for people who suffer from age-related blindness

Implantable chip could serve as a prosthetic retina for people who suffer from age-related blindness