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DNA Methylation Involved in Alzheimer’s Disease
First large-scale study using EWAS to look at brain’s chromosomal make-up in relation to Alzheimer’s disease.
Stimuli-Responsive Drug Delivery System Prevents Transplant Rejection, Reduces Toxicity, and Lasts for Months
Researchers have developed a way to deliver immunosupressant drugs locally and when prompted, with the use of a biomaterial that self-assembles into a hydrogel (jello-like) material.
Decline in Daily Functioning Related to Decreased Brain Activity in Early Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease
Decline in daily functioning associated with Alzheimer’s disease is related to alterations in activity in certain regions of the brain.
Clearing Cells to Prevent Cervical Cancer
Researchers demonstrate novel approach in cervical cancer prevention.
Scientists Successfully Generate Human Platelets Using Next-Generation Bioreactor
Bioreactor-on-a-chip could help meet growing need for blood transfusions worldwide.