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Targeted mutations in mice uncover two key molecular events linked to learning

Targeted mutations in mice uncover two key molecular events linked to learning

Promising new targets for Alzheimer's drug therapies

Promising new targets for Alzheimer's drug therapies

New mechanism that regulates K-Ras - protein that plays an important role in cancer

New mechanism that regulates K-Ras - protein that plays an important role in cancer

Protein finding could lead to new topical treatment for inflammatory diseases

Protein finding could lead to new topical treatment for inflammatory diseases

Findings may help in development of new anti-inflammatory compounds

Findings may help in development of new anti-inflammatory compounds

Discovery of agent that can suppress cancer development

Discovery of agent that can suppress cancer development

Vanadium may help prepare the body to recover speedily from infections

Vanadium may help prepare the body to recover speedily from infections

Ubiquitin ligase Rnf6 may be involved in oncogenesis

Ubiquitin ligase Rnf6 may be involved in oncogenesis

Nanogen issued patent relating to biological screening device

Nanogen issued patent relating to biological screening device

New findings suggest balancing Chk1 activity will produce less toxic cancer drugs

New findings suggest balancing Chk1 activity will produce less toxic cancer drugs

Discovery of new gene FANCM sheds light on repair of damaged DNA

Discovery of new gene FANCM sheds light on repair of damaged DNA

Decline in energy production by mitochondria appears to be a key problem leading to insulin resistance

Decline in energy production by mitochondria appears to be a key problem leading to insulin resistance

Defect in the gene that makes YAP might contribute to cancer

Defect in the gene that makes YAP might contribute to cancer

New approach to preventing or reversing heart failure

New approach to preventing or reversing heart failure

Protein that was thought to simply turn genes on and off now looks to be more like a cellular dimmer switch

Protein that was thought to simply turn genes on and off now looks to be more like a cellular dimmer switch

Scientists show nuclear protein Ezh2 helps establish previously unknown signaling pathway in cells

Scientists show nuclear protein Ezh2 helps establish previously unknown signaling pathway in cells

Scientists have, for the first time, induced a state of reversible metabolic hibernation in mice

Scientists have, for the first time, induced a state of reversible metabolic hibernation in mice

First time video capture of chemical signals that traverse human cells messaging

First time video capture of chemical signals that traverse human cells messaging

Dundee Diabetes Research Centre in Scotland

Dundee Diabetes Research Centre in Scotland

Alternate view for pathology of Alzheimer's disease

Alternate view for pathology of Alzheimer's disease