Latest MontrÃ©al Stories
New study from Universite de Montreal and VGTI may lead to improved defenses.
People can reduce their sensitivity to pain by thickening their brain, according to a new study published in a special issue of the American Psychological Association journal, Emotion.
Moving to Canada could be hazardous for the health of young immigrants.
According to a Nature Genetics study, an international group of researchers has used genomics to decode the blueprint of Plasmodium falciparum â€“ a strain of malaria most resistant to drugs that causes the most deaths around the world.
The research group of Dr. FranÃ§ois Robert, a researcher at the Institut de recherches cliniques de MontrÃ©al (IRCM), in collaboration with the team of Dr. Daniel Durocher (Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute and University of Toronto) accomplished a technical breakthrough: they mapped all the fragile sites of a living organism, the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
A new study has found that Vitamin D, readily available in supplements or cod liver oil, can counter the effects of Crohn's disease.
A UniversitÃ© de MontrÃ©al research team is developing a pill composed of leptin, the protein that tells our brain to stop eating.
A study published in today's online edition the American Journal of Human Genetics, allowed the first identification of a new form of adult onset muscular dystrophy.
First-of-its-kind work sheds light on HPV transmission.
UniversitÃ© de MontrÃ©al research on semantic memory.
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