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Red blood cells lump by mobile phone

Red blood cells lump by mobile phone

$3.2 million for two shock-related studies

$3.2 million for two shock-related studies

Study indicates need for new standards and training for cornea transplants

Study indicates need for new standards and training for cornea transplants

Confocal imaging promises early detection of skin cancer

Confocal imaging promises early detection of skin cancer

Virologists make major step towards understanding the process of HIV infection

Virologists make major step towards understanding the process of HIV infection

Early Alzheimer's disease may be precipitated by a neuron traffic jam

Early Alzheimer's disease may be precipitated by a neuron traffic jam

Scientists have replicated hepatitis C virus (HCV) in the laboratory

Scientists have replicated hepatitis C virus (HCV) in the laboratory

Researchers have discovered an ample source of stem cells in an uncharted part of the umbilical cord

Researchers have discovered an ample source of stem cells in an uncharted part of the umbilical cord

New methods of gene delivery using lasers

New methods of gene delivery using lasers

Broadening treatment to battle recurrence of endometrial cancer

Broadening treatment to battle recurrence of endometrial cancer

Prototype needle-free drug and vaccine delivery device

Prototype needle-free drug and vaccine delivery device

Scientists examine the role of small sputum macrophages in the widespread disease chronic obstructive bronchitis

Scientists examine the role of small sputum macrophages in the widespread disease chronic obstructive bronchitis

Glia cells may be essential for the normal development of nerve cells responsible for hearing and balance

Glia cells may be essential for the normal development of nerve cells responsible for hearing and balance

Stem cells use inflammatory signals to find injured tissue

Stem cells use inflammatory signals to find injured tissue

Defect in one of nature's oldest proteins may be an underlying cause in human miscarriages

Defect in one of nature's oldest proteins may be an underlying cause in human miscarriages

First live imaging of specialized immune system cells reveals new clues about body’s security system

First live imaging of specialized immune system cells reveals new clues about body’s security system

New virtual microscopy system

New virtual microscopy system

Scientists create world’s smallest test tube

Scientists create world’s smallest test tube

Noted surgeon Frank J. Veith named first Jacobson Awardee for physician excellence by Vascular Disease Foundation

Noted surgeon Frank J. Veith named first Jacobson Awardee for physician excellence by Vascular Disease Foundation

Sequencing of human genetic code promises to usher in a new era of genetic medicine

Sequencing of human genetic code promises to usher in a new era of genetic medicine