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New class of drugs may be effective against hard-to-treat lung and pancreatic cancers

New class of drugs may be effective against hard-to-treat lung and pancreatic cancers

Protein researchers identify several new potential targets for cancer

Protein researchers identify several new potential targets for cancer

OCA treatment stabilizes or reverses fibrosis/cirrhosis in patients with primary biliary cholangitis

OCA treatment stabilizes or reverses fibrosis/cirrhosis in patients with primary biliary cholangitis

Salk scientists discover protein that 'turns off' uncontrolled liver cancer growth

Salk scientists discover protein that 'turns off' uncontrolled liver cancer growth

Study finds first evidence of delayed aging among Americans

Study finds first evidence of delayed aging among Americans

InSysBio evaluates tau protein phosphorylation related targets for treatment of AD

InSysBio evaluates tau protein phosphorylation related targets for treatment of AD

Highly sensitive ELISA method for analysis of CET in plasma samples

Highly sensitive ELISA method for analysis of CET in plasma samples

Research project succeeds in palliating kidney disease caused by diabetes in mice

Research project succeeds in palliating kidney disease caused by diabetes in mice

Researchers uncover novel therapeutic target for type 2 diabetes

Researchers uncover novel therapeutic target for type 2 diabetes

Researchers identify potential enzyme as therapeutic target for type 2 diabetes

Researchers identify potential enzyme as therapeutic target for type 2 diabetes

New recommendations aim to improve diagnosis of liver disease, prevent unnecessary tests

New recommendations aim to improve diagnosis of liver disease, prevent unnecessary tests

UNIGE scientists unravel key role played by the liver in onset of type-2 diabetes

UNIGE scientists unravel key role played by the liver in onset of type-2 diabetes

Stem cells do not participate directly in cartilage regeneration but serve to ‘animate’ the process

Stem cells do not participate directly in cartilage regeneration but serve to ‘animate’ the process

Rutgers scientists shed light on fat-regulating enzyme’s role in human health

Rutgers scientists shed light on fat-regulating enzyme’s role in human health

Pfizer receives FDA approval for new therapy to treat adults and children with AML

Pfizer receives FDA approval for new therapy to treat adults and children with AML

Coffee consumption connected to a longer life

Coffee consumption connected to a longer life

New strategy allows researchers to identify potential treatments for altered levels of MeCP2

New strategy allows researchers to identify potential treatments for altered levels of MeCP2

Biomedical scientist receives $1.83 million NIH grant for inflammatory bowel disease research

Biomedical scientist receives $1.83 million NIH grant for inflammatory bowel disease research

Research identifies crucial insights into early T-cell development

Research identifies crucial insights into early T-cell development

Scientists find way to recover protein structure after chemical denaturation

Scientists find way to recover protein structure after chemical denaturation