Medicine / Pharmacy

Life Sciences - Health - Aug 14
Scientists at EPFL have demonstrated the mechanism that allows cells to fight off viral DNA without triggering an immune response against their own genetic material. Viruses multiply by injecting their DNA into a host cell. Once it enters the intracellular fluid, this foreign material triggers a defense mechanism known as the cGAS-STING pathway.
Health - Chemistry - Aug 13
Health - Chemistry

Since the late 1990s, immunotherapy has been the frontline treatment against lymphomas where synthetic antibodies are used to stop the proliferation of cancerous white blood cells.

Health - Physics - Aug 13

SLAC Overview - Our Mission, Vision & Values SLAC By The Numbers Director's Office - Past SLAC Directors and Deputy Directors - Wolfgang (Pief) K. H.

Pharmacology - Health - Aug 13

An international research collaboration, which includes the University of Bristol, has received funding to discover and accelerate the development of new antibiotics.

Health - Physics - Aug 13
Health - Physics

Why shaving dulls even the sharpest of razors Rebuilding cultures through art, design, and community The promise of using WhatsApp for low-tech distance learning MIT shares reopening plans with Cambridge City Council School of Architecture and Plann

Health - Aug 13

FINDINGS Drawing from a large number of national datasets , UCLA researchers found that counties across the U.S. have 2.8% more COVID-19 cases and 2.9% more COVID-19-related deaths for every 1 .0 percentage point increase in the population of Black residents.

History - Health - Aug 13
History - Health

Columbus brought syphilis to Europe - or did he? A recent study conducted at the University of Zurich now indicates that Europeans could already have been infected with this sexually transmitted disease before the 15th century. In addition, researchers have discovered a hitherto unknown pathogen causing a related disease. The predecessor of syphilis and its related diseases could be over 2,500 years old.

Life Sciences - Health - Aug 13

Neuroscientists at EPFL and the University of Edinburgh have discovered that the degree of motivation and the stamina to keep it up depends on the ratio between the neurotransmitters glutamine and glutamate in the nucleus accumbens of the brain.

Health - Life Sciences - Aug 12

The enzyme serine palmitoyl-transferase can be used as a metabolically responsive â¤oeswitch⤝ that decreases tumor growth, according to a new study by a team of San Diego scientists, who published their findings Aug.


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