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Disease Area Cell & molecular biology

Protein Expression In Neurogenesis: Right Place, Right Time?

| Olivia Gaskill

Phf21b, a protein associated with intellectual disability and depression, plays a crucial role in neurogenesis.

Research Field Genetics

Gut Feeling

| Phoebe Harkin

Twin study investigates how gut organisms influence the immune system

Research Field Drug discovery

Small, But Mighty

| Brent R Stockwell

Small-molecule inhibition of the SARS-CoV-2 viral protease may represent a promising route for therapy

Tools & Techniques Diagnostics & prognostics

All the RAGE

| Luke Turner

A new genomic barcode tracker could help spot the rare immune cells that are most effective against cancer

Research Field Biomedical engineering

Corneal Construction

| Jonathan James

Researchers fine-tune 3D printing technology to create better biomimetic corneas – and predict a “breakthrough” in global transplantation practice.

Tools & Techniques Omics

A Microbial Map to Cancer

| Michael Schubert

A new study uses machine learning to perform meta-analysis of eight metagenomic studies linking gut microbial signatures with colorectal cancer.

Disease Area Metabolism & Diabetes

Tackling the Fatty-Liver Timebomb

| Jonathan James

Could modulation of fibroblast growth factor 21 translate into a new treatment for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease?

Tools & Techniques Imaging

IVF ID

| Jonathan James

Artificial intelligence holds the key to improving embryo selection for in vitro fertilization.

Outside the Lab Public health

Picking up on the Subtler Signs of Brain Cancer

| Jonathan James

How early telltales of tumors are frequently missed by both patients and clinicians

Research Field Nanomedicine

Rewriting the Cancer Code

| Jonathan James

Scientists are targeting cancer’s “housekeeping” genes with biological nanomachines

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