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Targeting Developmental 'Road Block' Could Lead to New Treatments CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (PRWEB) February 10, 2014 Research at the University of
Two new publications by a team from Western University of Health Sciences shed further light on the mechanisms of learning and memory, and neuronal degeneration. Pomona,
Studies have shown that calpain participates in gentamicin-, neomycin- and kanamycin-induced inner ear cell apoptosis.
A protein critical to development appears to have a grave impact on lungs exposed to smoking and air pollution, researchers report.
2 major studies in 2 months make a new case for an old suspect in the mystery of how memory works.
Risky therapy for aging brain may be avoidable by focusing instead on hormoneâ€™s target, USC neuroscientists suggest.
UCSF researchers have successfully used protease inhibitors to restore to normal levels a key protein involved in early brain development.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have discovered that parasites hijack host-cell proteins to ensure their survival and proliferation, suggesting new ways to control the diseases they cause.
Researchers seeking ways to defeat malaria have found a way to get help from the parasite that causes the disease.
New study in the FASEB Journal identifies c-FLIP and calpain-3 proteins as drug targets in limb-girdle muscular dystrophy and other conditions
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