BiomedicineNews.net

Biomedicine Xagena

Xagena Mappa
Xagena Newsletter
OncologiaMedica.net
Medical Meeting

Nerve signals relayed directly to the pancreas after eating a meal play a critical role in normal blood glucose control. Therefore, drugs that increase the sensitivity to such signals might offer a n ...


Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine discovered that a protein called Elk-1 interacts with mitochondria, suggesting that this protein could play a role in cell death and mi ...


Researchers have reported that tumor cells display a dramatic reduction of cancer-causing genes when a newly discovered method is used to activate the expression of protective microRNAs in the cancer ...


In two related studies, researchers at the University of Texas ( UT ) Southwestern Medical Center have pinpointed defective genes in mice responsible for triggering the mysterious autoimmune disease l ...


Researchers at the University of Utah School of Medicine and other institutions have identified a major source of origin for two groups of adult cells that regulate muscle repair. The researchers fo ...


A team of Howard Hughes Medical Institute ( HHMI ) researchers has peeled back some of the mystery of how cells are able to turn off genes selectively to control critical events of development. The n ...


Researchers at the University of Florida ( UF ) have that growth hormone treatment can worsen a dangerous nighttime breathing problem. Sleep apnea disrupts breathing during sleep and is common amo ...


Researchers at the University of Utah School of Medicine and other institutions have identified a major source of origin for two groups of adult cells that regulate muscle repair. The researchers fo ...


A team of Howard Hughes Medical Institute ( HHMI ) researchers has peeled back some of the mystery of how cells are able to turn off genes selectively to control critical events of development. The n ...


In children with progeria, a mutant protein accumulates in blood vessel cells, hampering their ability to grow and multiply or killing them outright. In mice that produce this same toxic protein, th ...


A Mayo Clinic-led research collaboration has discovered that the protein MDC1 amplifies weak DNA injury signals so genetic repair can begin. Once amplified, even low-level damage signals become stro ...


Researchers from Georgetown University Medical Center and a Canadian research institute fpund that drugs that treat depression by manipulating the neurotransmitter serotonin in the brain may also aff ...


Researchers at Johns Hopkins restored the normal growth of specific nerve cells in the cerebellum of mouse models of Down syndrome that were stunted by this genetic condition. The cerebellum is the ...


A study has found that supplements of vitamin C can largely stop the serious depletion of vitamin E that occurs in smokers, demonstrating for the first time in humans a remarkable interaction between ...


Researchers at UCLA ( University of California – Los Angeles ) found that an experimental cancer drug improves the signs of progeria in a mouse model. Progeria is a rare genetic disease causing a ...