A PCR-based approach to a frontier of the human genome could speed discovery in chromosome-based diseases and birth defects.
Cancer can damage undifferentiated naive T cells, which keeps the fighter cells from doing their job.
Engineered polymeric materials known as hydrogels represent a new way to heal intestinal damage — a process that one day might be applied to other injured organs.
Personalized dosing of omega-3 fatty acids decreases prostaglandin E2 in the colon, but the beneficial effects are smaller in overweight people, research finds.
Helpful forms of E. coli may trigger steps that keep infections out, new experiments in dish-grown gut organoids show.
Suppressive Treg cells become even more suppressive when they die, a new study finds.