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2 hrs ago | Science
Pregnant women who smoke don't just harm the health of their baby-they may actually impair their child's DNA, according to new research.
3 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
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7 hrs ago | Nature Neuroscience
The main goal of our research is to study the mechanisms by which human neural stem cells balance between self-renewal and differentiation.
12 hrs ago | Medical News Today
Children born with so-called "bubble boy" disease have the best chance of survival if they undergo a hematopoietic stem cell transplant as soon after birth as possible, according to a detailed analysis of 10 years of outcome data by researchers at Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center.
Targazyme, Inc. a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing enzyme technologies and products to improve efficacy outcomes for cancer immunotherapy and cell therapy, announced today the receipt of an SBIR award to fund its program for a novel cell-based restorative approach to treat diabetes-related retinopathy.
We can all help to speed research into the prevention of every age-related disease: funding is the limiting factor, so let's raise funds.
There is epidemiological evidence that links type B coxsackie virus infection with heart disease , and research published on July 31st in PLOS Pathogens now suggests a mechanism by which early infection impairs the heart's ability to tolerate stress at later stages of life.
There's a good reason people over 60 are not donor candidates for bone marrow transplantation.
It was Tom Ryan's smile and kid-at-heart personality that first drew his wife, Staci, when they met at a New Year's Eve party 12 years ago.
TRADIES are involved in almost one in five series workplace injuries and are up to 50 per cent more likely to be forced into early retirement than white collar workers.
Human DPSCs isolated from the dental pulp were immobilized in 1% w/v alginate microspheres."
Babies born with so-called "bubble boy" disease can often be cured with a stem cell transplant, regardless of the donor - but early treatment is critical, a new study finds.
Development is typically thought to be a one-way street. Stem cells produce cells that mature into specific types, such as the neurons and glia that compose nervous systems, but the reverse isn't supposed to happen.
The University of Texas at San Antonio Department of Chemistry Post-Doctoral Fellow Emily Boice and The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Post-Doctoral Fellow Lei Huang.... The San Antonio Life Sciences Institute , a joint venture between The University of Texas at San Antonio and The University of Texas Health Science Center ... (more)
On the left, the spectrum of the white light consists of roughly equal parts of red and green , then blue and infrared waves .... Researchers at Inserm, led by Claude Gronfier , have, for the first time, conducted a study under real conditions on the body clocks of members of the international polar research station Concordia.
OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN: Australian singer Olivia Newton-John, 64, was diagnosed in 1992 and underwent a partial mastectomy and chemotherapy.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 01:03 pm
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