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Noggin rescues age-related stem cell loss in the brain of senescent mice with neurodegenerative pathology

Increasing age is the greatest known risk factor for the sporadic late-onset forms of neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimers disease (AD). One of the brain regions most severely affected in AD is the hippocampus, a privileged structure that contains adult neural stem cells (NSCs) with neurogenic capacity.

Date:2018-10-26

Circulating cortisol and cognitive and structural brain measures

An article about "circulating cortisol and cognitive and structural brain measures" was published on Oct 24, 2018 on Neurology. This research was to assess the association of early morning serum cortisol with cognitive performance and brain structural integrity in community-dwelling young and middle-aged adults without dementia.

Date:2018-10-22

Cell-compressing technique a new path in immunotherapy

Cell-based immunotherapies, which often involve engineering cells to activate or suppress the immune system, have delivered some dramatic results to cancer patients with few other options. But the complex process of developing these therapies has limited a field that many believe could be a powerful new frontier in medicine.

Date:2018-10-22

Why are you still unable to stop when you are full?

Almost everyone feels that way. At a restaurant or a holiday meal, your stomach signals that youre full, so logically you should stop eating. But the food is so delicious, or your friends and family are still eating, so you havent stopped.

Date:2018-10-15

Science:Why can people see colors? The secret lies in thyroid hormones

Thyroid hormone signaling specifies cone subtypes in human retinalganoids this findings was published in the Journal Science, lay the foundation for the development of drugs for eye diseases such as color blindness and macular degeneration.

Date:2018-10-10

Immune receptor provides protective immunity against Group A Streptococcus

Group A Streptococcus (GAS), sometimes known as "flesh-eating bacteria," causes invasive infections that result in high mortality. GAS is susceptible to many antibiotics, but continues to cause devastating infections. Many studies have attempted to understand the mechanism for immune recognition of GAS, but none has provided a clear explanation, until now.

Date:2018-10-09

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