Latest Nature Medicine Stories
The origin of an innate ability the brain has to protect itself from damage that occurs in stroke has been explained for the first time.
Epidermal growth factor has been found to speed the recovery of blood-making stem cells after exposure to radiation.
University of Florida researchers and colleagues have identified a protein that, when absent, helps the body burn fat and prevents insulin resistance and obesity.
As part of their ongoing research on the physiologic factors that contribute to the development of obesity, Joslin Diabetes Center scientists have identified a cell cycle transcriptional co-regulator – TRIP-Br2 – that plays a major role in energy metabolism and fat storage.
Scientists from VIB and KU Leuven have discovered a new target molecule for the development of a treatment against Alzheimer's disease.
Rapid mutation has long been considered a key to viral adaptation to environmental change.
A novel miniature diagnostic platform using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) technology is capable of detecting minuscule cell particles known as microvesicles in a drop of blood.
A new approach to lung scanning could improve the diagnosis and treatment of a lung disease that affects approximately 24 million Americans and is the country's third-highest cause of death.
For decades, a successful HIV vaccine has been the Holy Grail for researchers around the globe.
For years, doctors treating those with HIV have recognized a relationship between how faithfully patients take the drugs they prescribe, and how likely the virus is to develop drug resistance.
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