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Researchers at Stanford University were able to use light to induce normal patterns of muscle contraction, in a study involving bioengineered mice whose nerve-cell surfaces are coated with special light-sensitive proteins.
A structural molecule and the cellular pump that regulates its levels influence the severity of pneumonia and could provide new ways of treating the lung infection, which is a leading cause of hospitalization and death.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins have shown that using specific drugs can protect nerve cells in mice from the lethal effects of Parkinsonâ€™s disease.
Researchers at Gilead Sciences Inc said on Sunday that an extract of the kudzu vine being developed to treat alcoholism may also help treat cocaine addiction.
Clinical trials using patients' own immune cells to target tumors have yielded promising results.
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have identified a new way to regulate the uncontrolled growth of blood vessels, a major problem in a broad range of diseases and conditions.
Discarded livers have potential to be reengineered into usable replacement organs.
Paves way for safety testing of potential new use for asthma drug.
Mouse studies promising to colon cancer patients who currently have surgery as only option.
Researchers from the University of Leeds, UK, the CharitÃ© University Medical School and the Max DelbrÃ¼ck Centre for Molecular Medicine (MDC) in Berlin, Germany, have discovered a new driving force behind cancer growth.
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