Seneca Applied Research and Neoglacia Inc., a company that builds equipment to freeze biological samples, recently teamed up to help the health-care sector by finessing a process to capture detailed images of proteins.
Researchers used blood and organoids to study the role of mRNA carried by brain-specific EVs in PPD and psychiatric conditions.
Researchers have shown for the first time that immune cells called monocytes, derived in the bone marrow and released into the bloodstream, can be drawn during stress into sites in the brain that control emotional behaviors. There, they release an enzyme called matrix metalloproteinase 8 (MMP8) that breaks down proteins and restructures the brain to alter the function of neurons and, ultimately, impair social behavior and reward.
Clinical laboratories and pathology groups should be on the alert to this new digital threat; telehealth sessions and video conferencing calls particularly vulnerable to acoustic AI attacks
Newly described cells, called type-2 memory B cells, hold allergen-specific IgE memory
Study finds certain metals, especially Copper and Chromium, adversely affect female fertility, while Zinc shows a protective effect, highlighting potential environmental factors in global fertility decline.
NIH collaboration has implications for neural-immune system responses and aging.
Activating calcium channels leads to a deadly influx of calcium ions into tumor cells.
Incorporation of molecules occurs in two steps, divided by an intermediate state
We are the only human species on the planet today. But for most of our history we have not been alone. Fossil and genetic evidence has revealed a diverse and fascinating set of human-like species, from Neanderthals to Denisovans, to Homo Floresiensis (The Hobbit) and more. We’ll meet many of them in this lecture, investigate why they died out and reveal why some of them are much closer relatives than you might think.