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Researchers at the Univeristy of California Irvine ( UCI ) discovered that a marijuana-like chemical in the brain is responsible for suppressing pain caused by severe injury during stressful moments. ...


Researchers at the University of California ( UC ), Berkeley, found how the natural killer ( NK ) cells - which are able to attack tumors - can differentiate cells that are cancerous from those that a ...


Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have clarified the role of the Notch protein in T-cell development. In this study, published in the Nature Immunology, the investiga ...


Mice, rats, worms, flies, and yeast all live longer on a low-calorie diet, which also seems to protect mammals against cancer and other aging-related diseases. A gene called SIR2 is thought to contr ...


Researchers at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory have discovered that the loss of a gene called p63 accelerates aging in mice. Similar versions of the gene are present in many organisms, including humans. ...


A project between American and Chinese researchers developed a way to study the function of genes in mice and man by using a moveable genetic element from moths. " We know how many genes are in th ...


The study found that survivors of stem-cell transplantation for blood cancers and case-matched controls reported similar rates of hospitalization and outpatient medical visits. They had similar rates ...


Researchers at the Johns Hopkins have discovered that a drug currently being tested against cancers might help children with a rare, fatal condition called Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome, which ...


Mayo Clinic researchers have discovered the inner workings of a defective DNA repair process and are first to explain why certain mutations are not corrected in cells. The finding is important becaus ...


The International HapMap Consortium published a comprehensive catalog of human genetic variation, a landmark achievement that is already accelerating the search for genes involved in common diseases, ...


Researchers at Emory University School of Medicine and their colleagues have discovered a genetic mechanism that controls cellular growth in the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, and believe it likel ...


A new type of immunotherapy in which dendritic cells are tricked into action against cancer when they are exposed to harmless pieces of viruses and bacteria is described in the journal Cancer Research ...


The molecular roots of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases such as asthma, arthritis, and multiple sclerosis ( MS ) have been discovered by a team of researchers led by The University of Texas M. D. ...


Researchers at the University of Utah found a gene that controls rhythmic events in a worm's life: swallowing food, laying eggs and pooping. If the gene is disabled, the worms can't swallow, so th ...


The Quaking gene, first described as a mutation in mice that causes rapid tremor, is thought to suppress tumor formation and protect humans from cancer. Now, a team of researchers from Northwest ...