Latest Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Stories
New research in the FASEB Journal suggests that a fragment of a protein that increases production of a causative agent of Alzheimer's points to new drug targets.
A team of French scientists have found the dose of DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) that is "just right" for preventing cardiovascular disease in healthy men. In a research report appearing in the September 2009 print issue of The FASEB Journal
A research report featured on the cover of the September 2009 print issue of The FASEB Journal (http://www.fasebj.org) describes how Australian scientists developed a new gene therapy vector that uses the same machinery that viruses use to transport their cargo into our cells.
Short-term memory getting worse? Exercise getting harder? Examine your diet.
Scientists from Scotland and Singapore have unraveled a mystery that has perplexed scientists since red wine was first discovered to have health benefits: how does resveratrol control inflammation?
A protein in influenza virus that helps it multiply also damages lung epithelial cells, causing fluid buildup in the lungs, according to new research from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and Southern Research Institute.
Scientists from Texas are batty over a new discovery which could lead to the single most important medical breakthrough in human historyâ€”significantly longer lifespans.
If having malodorous armpits (called osmidrosis) and goopy earwax isn't bad enough, a discovery by Japanese scientists may add a more serious problem for women facing these cosmetic calamities.
It turns out that from the perspective of cell biology, Nietzsche may have been right after all: that which does not kill us does make us stronger.
New tool described in the FASEB Journal may help physicians monitor heart disease and help scientists grow new vascular tissue for transplants.
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