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Researchers complete large analysis of new gene fusion responsible for development of cancers

Researchers complete large analysis of new gene fusion responsible for development of cancers

Spotlight on ECCMID 2019: Detecting Disease & Managing Infections

Spotlight on ECCMID 2019: Detecting Disease & Managing Infections

Biomolecular researcher provides comprehensive profile of B cells in rheumatoid arthritis

Biomolecular researcher provides comprehensive profile of B cells in rheumatoid arthritis

Eight-year study identifies potential new way to treat extreme childhood food allergy

Eight-year study identifies potential new way to treat extreme childhood food allergy

Pediatric Cell Atlas needed for better understanding of children’s health and illnesses

Pediatric Cell Atlas needed for better understanding of children’s health and illnesses

Walnut consumption could change gene expression in pathologically-confirmed breast cancers

Walnut consumption could change gene expression in pathologically-confirmed breast cancers

UTM researchers uncover 'master pacemaker' for biological clocks

UTM researchers uncover 'master pacemaker' for biological clocks

Thermally abused cooking oil may promote progression of breast cancer

Thermally abused cooking oil may promote progression of breast cancer

Researchers identify origin of chronic pain in humans

Researchers identify origin of chronic pain in humans

Dolomite Bio releases new Drop-seq datasets for single-cell RNA sequencing

Dolomite Bio releases new Drop-seq datasets for single-cell RNA sequencing

Dolomite Bio introduces high throughput sNuc-Seq protocol for its Nadia Instrument

Dolomite Bio introduces high throughput sNuc-Seq protocol for its Nadia Instrument

Dolomite Bio develops novel tools throughout 2018 and shows continued growth

Dolomite Bio develops novel tools throughout 2018 and shows continued growth

Study sheds new light on early development of embryos

Study sheds new light on early development of embryos

Colon cancer could be made more aggressive by common oral bacteria

Colon cancer could be made more aggressive by common oral bacteria

Researchers find how common oral bacteria accelerates growth of colon cancer

Researchers find how common oral bacteria accelerates growth of colon cancer

Nicotine could affect human embryonic development at the single-cell level

Nicotine could affect human embryonic development at the single-cell level

Why melanoma tumors in the brain may be worse?

Why melanoma tumors in the brain may be worse?

Study reveals how helper T cells support memory cells to function optimally

Study reveals how helper T cells support memory cells to function optimally

Specialized lung cells appear in the developing fetus much earlier than previously thought

Specialized lung cells appear in the developing fetus much earlier than previously thought

Fetal signaling pathways may offer future opportunities to treat lung damage

Fetal signaling pathways may offer future opportunities to treat lung damage