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In this article, AZoLifeSciences discusses how metabolic pathways between tissues are studied.
 
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 Researchers Identify Key Cells Involved in the Process of Cartilage Regeneration in Lizards
 
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 Oncolytic viruses could be used to 'warm up' cold tumors and improve immunotherapy
 
Oncolytic viruses could be used to 'warm up' cold tumors and improve immunotherapyEquipping cancer-infecting, or oncolytic, viruses with tumor-inhibiting genetic cargo stimulates the immune system and helps immunotherapy to shrink or completely clear aggressive tumors in mice, according to a new study in the Journal of Experimental Medicine led by University of Pittsburgh and UPMC researchers.
 
 
 Unveiling α1-AR secrets: breakthrough structures and targeted drug design
 
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 Scientists capture first images of ribosome-modifying enzymes in action
 
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