The development of an artificial placenta — used successfully in premature lambs — could revolutionize the treatment of extreme prematurity.
Many parents worry that short stature spells psychosocial issues for children. But a U-M research review pokes holes in this premise.
Genetics experts used to think the Xist gene acted alone in silencing X chromosomes. But researchers say it has accomplices — and the implications matter for treating X-linked diseases.