Research on telomerase RNA biogenesis offers antiaging potential
October 5, 2022 -- Researchers from Arizona State University and the Biodesign Institute have discovered a new pathway for producing telomerase RNA from a protein-coding messenger RNA. Read More
New crystallization method makes unstable proteins crystal clear
October 4, 2022 -- Researchers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology have developed a new cell-free protein crystallization method that enables improved analysis of unstable proteins. Read More
Researchers find reactive oxygen species key to inflammation prevention; implications for IBD
October 4, 2022 -- Mount Sinai researchers have demonstrated the importance of reactive oxygen species in maintaining stem cell function and preventing inflammation during wound repair, providing greater insights into inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Read More
Researchers create “brainier” brain organoids
October 3, 2022 -- Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles have discovered that early-stage stem cells are key to creating high-quality brain organoids -- miniature brainlike structures used in the laboratory to model a variety of diseases. Read More
Next-gen natural killer cell enhances antitumor activity
October 3, 2022 -- A next-generation natural killer (NK) cell improves tumor specificity and enhances antitumor activity by overcoming a process that contributes to NK cell dysfunction and tumor relapse, a new preclinical study finds. Read More
SuperAgers have ‘super’ neurons that stave off Alzheimer’s
October 3, 2022 -- “SuperAgers” are resistant to developing Alzheimer’s disease and have good memories. According to a study from Northwestern Medicine, these traits are genetic. Read More
Swiss researchers discover how pathogens poison cells
September 30, 2022 -- Swiss researchers have discovered the mechanism by which pathogens exploit a key cellular process to poison cells, furthering understanding of host-pathogen interactions and fundamental biological processes. Read More
Mitochondria shape influences autoimmune disorders: study
September 29, 2022 -- The shape and function of the immune system’s Th17 mitochondria play a key role in autoimmune and inflammatory disorders such as multiple sclerosis, new research suggests. Read More
Researchers successfully deliver protein to mouse brains
September 29, 2022 -- Texas researchers were able to successfully deliver a protein quickly, effectively, and briefly into mouse brains. The finding has implications for repairing spinal cord injuries and neurotrauma in humans, according to the study’s authors. Read More
Researchers visualize atomic details of how antibiotics affect protein production in bacteria
September 29, 2022 -- For the first time, EMBL Heidelberg scientists have visualized at atomic detail how antibiotics affect the process of protein production inside bacterial cell, according to a study published September 28 in Nature. Read More
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