Reactivating genes normally active before birth could prevent the harmful effects of a blood disorder with few treatment options.
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A long-standing puzzle about long-term memory processing may be solved. The method: monitoring the brain activity of sleeping rats after they complete a new maze.
A deeper dive into genomic data can enable scientists to identify previously unrecognized differences between tumor cells.
Researchers develop a mathematical model of a cell’s response to disease-causing unfolded proteins.
Researchers offer potential solutions for scaling-up increasingly popular remote healthcare services.