Latest Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Stories
Scientists at UCSF have discovered an abnormality in a patientâ€™s immune system that may lead to safer therapies for autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and colitis, as well as potential new ways to treat transplant rejection.
Imagine new treatments for heart disease or muscle loss that direct the body to repair damaged tissue rather than helping it cope with a weakened condition.
With cold and flu season in full swing, the fact that viruses and bacteria rapidly evolve is apparent with every sneeze, sniffle, and cough.
New article in the FASEB Journal shows that caffeine during pregnancy affects heart development and function
A stunning discovery based on epigenetics (the inheritance of propensities acquired in the womb) reveals that consuming cholineâ€”a nutrient found in eggs and other foods
MIT researchers offer tantalizing evidence on how to make people smarter, naturally
New study in the FASEB Journal shows how substances similar to THC are necessary for healthy skin and may lead to new skin disease treatments
New study in the FASEB Journal identifies c-FLIP and calpain-3 proteins as drug targets in limb-girdle muscular dystrophy and other conditions
Biologists have just confirmed what poets have known for centuries: eyes really are windows of the soulâ€”or at least of the brain.
- A woman chauffeur.
- A woman who operates an automobile.