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Integrin helps healing process in cells

.... This breakthrough gives us the chance of unraveling the unknown truths of wound healing....

Virus makes Hodgkin’s disease more deadl

...us. The scientists are now concentrating on unraveling how the disease works at the molecular level to ensure better treatment of those suffering from the dreaded disease. ...

Skin Cancer caused by mutations in a single Gene

...le in nearly all cases of basal cell carcinoma and unraveling how mutations in patched play a role in causing this common cancer will provide yet further insights into how cancers arise." (Source: BBC News...

Protective Protein Could Hold The Key In Fight Against Tuberculosis

...rs from university of Florida have joined hands in unraveling the mystery the associated with a protective protein, which they believe would boost the immune system to fight against the bacteria. Furthermore, it could enable easy and quick recovery of infected patients in addition to protecting individuals agai...

Alzheimer's-linked apolipoprotein E produced by neurons, Gladstone study

...xpression is regulated in neurons is important for unraveling the mechanisms underlying apoE4-related neurodegenerative disorders.’ ‘ApoE expression can be detected with unprecedented sensitivity and resolution in these mice,’ explains Qin Xu, PhD, a Gladstone postdoctoral scholar and first author of the pape...

Clues to the Mystery of Lou Gehrig's Disease

Researchers have recently reported clues to unraveling the mystery of the disease best known for striking down New York Yankees first baseman Lou Gehrig nearly 70 years ago//. According to Virginia Lee, Ph.D., of the University of Pennsylvania a team of researchers has identified the misfolded protein t...

Innovative Movies Show Real-Time Immune-Cell Activity within Tumors

...umor cells. “These experiments set the basis for unraveling the molecular requirements for T cell migration and T cell-tumor cell interactions. We should then be able to use results from this research to further improve immunotherapeutic strategies against cancer in patients.” br>Source-Newswise SRM...

A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

..., the elements provide a comprehensive approach to unraveling the mystery of the disease: from understanding why it develops, to how it can be diagnosed early, treated effectively and, ultimately, prevented. Much of the basic lab, animal research and drug discovery occurs in Jacksonville. Mayo researchers in ...

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