sci-Plex profiles gene expression in thousands of individual cells when a sample is perturbed; the technology holds promise for cancer, infection, prenatal medicine and other research.
A low-oxygen environment in the womb may foretell which children should be followed closely, study indicates.
Rodent study successfully targeted cell populations in a region of the brain called the nucleus accumbens.
Wound-repair capabilities preserve tissue integrity during early infection and might prevent inflammation that underlies immune exhaustion.
Across the country, some 10,000 dogs of all backgrounds, and their owners, will be recruited for a major study of what makes for a long, healthy dog’s life
Public health efforts to encourage sun-protection behaviors may be gaining traction, say UW Medicine and Fred Hutch researchers.
Study has implications for the use of personalized genetic risk in populations with diverse ancestries.
Vitamin D and fish oil don’t prevent loss of kidney function in adults with type 2 diabetes, a clinical study shows.
Inserted in the human genome thousands of years ago, the genes can produce viral proteins without activating the whole virus.
Presence of a modified protein identifies tumors that seem unharmful but actually are dangerous and require intensive care.