Anticancer compound becomes more soluble and selective after glucose is attached
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Experiments reveal brain circuits that shape sensory perceptions
Experimental therapy restores normal fat metabolism in animals with atherosclerosis.
Finding suggests novel mechanism for treating epilepsy.
New technique allows scientists to track proteins known to create memories.
Improvements were seen within four weeks and generally persisted during treatment duration.
Using a powerful data-crunching technique, Johns Hopkins researchers have sorted out how a protein keeps defective genetic material from gumming up the cellular works. The protein, Dom34, appears to “rescue” protein-making factories called ribosomes when they get stuck obeying defective genetic instructions, the researchers report in the Feb. 27 issue of Cell.
Candida albicans is a double agent: In most of us, it lives peacefully, but for people whose immune systems are compromised by HIV or other severe illnesses, it is frequently deadly. Now a new study from Johns Hopkins and Harvard Medical School shows how targeting a specific fungal component might turn the fungus from a lion back into a kitten.
“Helper cells” improve survival rate of transplanted stem cells, mouse study finds.
Vessels grown from pluripotent stem cells able to function inside mice.