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Biological Regulation

cells that remember their identity
08.10.2020

Cancer cells turn out to have memories. But these are unreliable and can end up causing trouble

immune cells in cancer
31.08.2020

A possible cause for cancer resistance to immunotherapy could be reversed

When the NXF1 gene functions properly (left), RNA molecules (orange dots) of a particular single-exon gene are exported from the nucleus (purple) into the cytoplasm; when the NXF1 is silenced (right), the RNAs are largely stuck within the nucleus
28.07.2020

Cells use two separate routes to export RNA out of the nucleus

zebra fish swimming
07.07.2020

Researchers uncover a see-through secret to heart repair

Laboratory analysis of a mouse brain shows the enzyme ASL (purple) prominently expressed in the locus coeruleus in the brainstem
30.01.2020

Deficiency of a common substance could be linked to cognitive and behavioral problems

Igor Ulitsky
09.01.2020

A non-coding gene’s neighbors reveal what it does for a “living.” The findings may pave the way to developing therapies for epilepsy and autism...

Irit Sagi
06.10.2019

Institute scientists have developed a potential drug that attenuates autism-like behaviors in disease models

eradicating cancer
02.10.2019

A study in mice showed that reducing a particular hormone signal keeps the cancer from growing and spreading

Soma Ghosh
16.09.2019

"We attain higher achievement, better results and the opportunity to advance our scientific careers"

macrophage and bacteria
22.07.2019

An algorithm that predicts the immune response to a pathogen could lead to early diagnosis for such diseases as tuberculosis

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