Synaptic Damage In Alzheimer Disease Study suggests a molecular mechanism that could shed light on how Alzheimer disease produces the dementia and memory loss that are its major symptoms.
Interfering With HIV Scientists have found a molecule that interferes with the formation of infectious Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) particles.
Tickling Nerves Prevents Inflammation Stimulation of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChRs), which are found on both nerves and immune cells, can initiate a program that shuts down the inflammatory machinery of immune cells.
A Global View Of Cancer Specific modifications of histones are linked to changes in gene expression, and have been found to be altered in cancer.
The Dynamics Of A Human Cancer Revealed A team of researchers has developed a mathematical model based on the biology of blood cell formation to describe how certain cancer cells respond to a molecularly targeted therapy.