Salk Institute findings on premature aging syndrome could lead to way of slowing or reversing aging process.
Salk scientists use molecular "scissors" to eliminate mitochondrial mutations in eggs and embryos.
Salk research indicates a potential mechanism for cancer cells' adaptability.
Salk scientists find that a vitamin D-derivative makes tumors vulnerable to chemotherapy.
The switch controls the growth of telomeres, the timekeepers of cells.
The fast and safe technique developed at the Salk Institute circumvents problems that have hindered regenerative medicine.
Salk researchers discover a master gene responsible for sleep and wake cycles, offering hope for a drug that could help reset sleep.