Neu3 controlled the emergence of disease in a recurrent human food poisoning model of colitis
New technology reveals DNA in neurons is "mixed and matched," producing thousands of previously unknown gene variations
Findings may lead to therapies to repair ischemic tissue
SBP researchers advance tumor-imaging nanosystem for enhanced diagnostic imaging
Drug zeroes in on mutated nuclear receptors found in cancer, leaves normal proteins alone
A new study suggests that a key group of transcription factors are 'druggable,' including several that could be targeted to treat cancer, metabolic disease, or autoimmune conditions.
Research shows that cell recycling in the intestine is important for healthy aging