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Metastasis triggered by macrophage cytoplasm
Macrophages are the first line of defense against infections, playing important roles in consuming pathogens and in regulating inflammation. In general, these functions help maintain a healthy organism, keeping infections at bay and promoting... Read More ›
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Anorexic mice
During the past several years, there has been an increasing public awareness of mental illness and their societal and health consequences. Eating disorders represent one of the most damaging groups of mental illnesses. Current estimates are... Read More ›
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'Trimming the fat' with CRISPR
Around 20 million years ago, for unknown reasons, wild pigs lost an important metabolic gene known as uncoupling protein 1 (UCP1). In most mammals this gene plays a major role in generating body heat for thermoregulation by burning fat... Read More ›
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A mammalian half-day clock
Last month, the Nobel Foundation recognized Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash, and Michael Young "for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm". This 24-hour "clock" influences many physiological processes... Read More ›
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Is ApoE the key to an Alzheimer's cure?
Alzheimer’s disease has gained a lot of attention in the past week or so due to new findings about Apolipoprotein E (ApoE) published in Nature1. ApoE genotype has long been known to be a major risk factor for Alzheimer disease... Read More ›
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Palmitoylation the key to redhead melanoma risk
Around 100 million people worldwide have red hair due to the variants of the melanocortin-1 receptor (MC1R) gene they carry. In addition to affecting hair color and skin pigmentation, red-hair-color (RHC) MC1R variants also... Read More ›
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Inducing regeneration
In many ways, regeneration is the ‘holy grail’ of medical research. To be able to completely heal from injuries and to regrow lost organs or tissues is a feat that most mammals are generally not capable of. However, many types of animals can regenerate... Read More ›
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CRISPR-based unicellular computer
A major goal of synthetic biology is to design and build digital genetic circuits inside cells, effectively programming cellular functions. Achieved this... Read More ›
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Healing a broken heart
Reduced heart function due to aging and disease is a major health problem. Heart attacks can have devastating impacts, often leading to the death of the... Read More ›
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Curing diseases with CRISPR
Over the past several years, huge advances in genome editing technologies have fueled an almost palpable excitement about the future of genome engineering... Read More ›
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