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Rapamycin is a drug used to prevent the rejection of organ and bone marrow transplants by the body. Rapamycin is an antibiotic that blocks a protein involved in cell division and inhibits the growth and function of certain T cells of the immune system involved in the body's rejection of foreign tissues and organs. It is a type of immunosuppressant and a type of serine/threonine kinase inhibitor. Rapamycin is now called sirolimus.
Fibrinogen-like protein 1 plays dual role in liver regeneration and hepatocellular carcinoma recurrence

Fibrinogen-like protein 1 plays dual role in liver regeneration and hepatocellular carcinoma recurrence

Synthetic cell mimics immune response via symmetry breaking

Synthetic cell mimics immune response via symmetry breaking

New paper reveals the broad potential of TNIK as a therapeutic target for some aging-related diseases

New paper reveals the broad potential of TNIK as a therapeutic target for some aging-related diseases

Disabling survival pathways could be a promising strategy for brain tumor treatment

Disabling survival pathways could be a promising strategy for brain tumor treatment

Diet and nutrition's influence on acne vulgaris

Diet and nutrition's influence on acne vulgaris

Rapamycin shows promise in slowing Alzheimer's disease progression linked to seizures

Rapamycin shows promise in slowing Alzheimer's disease progression linked to seizures

Exploring the potential of ketogenic diets in managing epilepsy

Exploring the potential of ketogenic diets in managing epilepsy

Ketamine's rapid impact on depression linked to immune system pathways

Ketamine's rapid impact on depression linked to immune system pathways

Protein intake during pregnancy affects offspring's facial features

Protein intake during pregnancy affects offspring's facial features

Exploring the link between prenatal nutrition and congenital craniofacial malformations

Exploring the link between prenatal nutrition and congenital craniofacial malformations

Middle age: A critical turning point for brain health and cognition

Middle age: A critical turning point for brain health and cognition

Unique bacteria colonize the gut shortly after birth and make serotonin to educate gut immune cells

Unique bacteria colonize the gut shortly after birth and make serotonin to educate gut immune cells

Schisanhenol suppresses cytokine storm and acute lung injury in mice

Schisanhenol suppresses cytokine storm and acute lung injury in mice

ChatGPT aids in discovering potential Alzheimer’s treatments through drug repurposing

ChatGPT aids in discovering potential Alzheimer’s treatments through drug repurposing

A high-protein diet and elevation in the amino acid leucine may contribute to buildup of plaque in arteries

A high-protein diet and elevation in the amino acid leucine may contribute to buildup of plaque in arteries

Researchers discover new mechanism of action between the nutrient adaptation of intestinal stem cells and aging

Researchers discover new mechanism of action between the nutrient adaptation of intestinal stem cells and aging

Scientists identify a new approach to treating sarcoidosis

Scientists identify a new approach to treating sarcoidosis

Immune checkpoint inhibitor target found to promote skin cancer growth

Immune checkpoint inhibitor target found to promote skin cancer growth

Unlocking the power of diet: How miRNAs influence health and disease

Unlocking the power of diet: How miRNAs influence health and disease

Study deciphers how misfolded protein drives dopaminergic neuron loss in Parkinson's

Study deciphers how misfolded protein drives dopaminergic neuron loss in Parkinson's

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