University of Michigan researchers have studied two groups of brain cells that compete for the control of feeding behaviour and found that cells that drive the urge to eat overpower the ones that signal to stop.
Endocrine therapy is commonly used to treat recurrent breast cancer and metastatic breast cancer and it is the first therapy to specifically target in oncology. Anti-cancer hormone therapies for breast cancer act to block the effect of estrogen on breast cancer cells but achieve it through a variety of different modes of action.
Recent advances in technology have made it possible for point-of-care HbA1c testing to be performed outside the lab.
A new study has shown that performing high-intensity interval or sprinting exercise for a few minutes may be equally as beneficial as exercising at a moderate-intensity level for longer periods.
Researchers at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne have discovered the gene code that sets the pace and order of fetal development.
Study finds excess emissions from diesel cars produced by major auto manufacturers in Europe
Decision aids for parents of children with minor head injuries help communicate with physicians
Research scientist at Kessler Foundation receives $10,000 grant to study aphasia after stroke
New findings on characteristics of Burning Mouth Syndrome
Study sheds light on molecular mechanisms underlying progression of prion diseases
Innovation Fund Denmark supports research project that aims to fight Clostridium difficile diarrhea
What is Neuroimmunology?
Parkinsonism in Spinocerebellar Ataxia
What is Spinocerebellar Ataxia?
Dennis Karthaus, MSc
In many cases mammalian cells are the only option to produce recombinant proteins with correct post-translational modifications, e.g. glycosylation, which are required for proper function of the therapeutic protein.
Dr. Steven Simpson
An interview with Dr. Steven Simpson, MD, discussing the importance of raising awareness of the signs and symptoms of sepsis, and how Sepsis Alliance is helping to reduce the number of deaths caused by sepsis in the USA.
Dr. Paul Tesar
Dr. Paul Tesar from the Tesar Laboratory at Case Western University, Ohio, discusses the importance of organoids in biological research and the development of organoids which are capable of simulating the early stages of human myelin.
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